The Special-Purpose Garage Museum is launching a series of lectures on automotive manufacturing

19 july 2021

On 20 July, a technical lectorium will start working on a regular basis at the Special-Purpose Garage Museum of the Federal Guard Service of Russia. The museum is located in Pavilion No 53–54. The listeners will be able to learn more about the history of the Russian car industry and get acquainted with advanced technical solutions and innovations in Russian car manufacturing.

The first lecture is Electric Transport and Hybrid Cars. When Will the ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) Disappear? and it will start at 6:30 p.m., on 20 July. You will learn about the history of the electric car and have a chance to ask questions and discuss the future of this means of transport. The event will be hosted by Irina Vozmystcheva, an engineer at the Roadster Crimea Design Office and graduate of Bauman University.

The second lecture will start at 6:30 p.m., on 23 July, and will be about the specific features of the Roadster Crimea sports cars. The lecture will be given by Roman Safonov, chief engineer of the Roadster Crimea Design Office and a postgraduate student at Bauman University. He will tell you how cars are manufactured using Russian-made component parts. At the lecture, listeners will learn how young engineers have conducted virtual crash tests, developed their own folding-roof mechanism, optics and ergonomics as well as solved lots of other sophisticated problems.

The lectures are free, subject to preliminary registration, please call +7 (495) 638-08-20. Please note that places are limited.

All VDNH events comply with anti-coronavirus regulations. Visitors to the museum and exhibition venues should observe social distancing rules and wear masks and gloves. More details about the virus prevention measures at VDNH are available here.

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