NASU Institute of Pulse Processes and Technologies

Institute of Pulse Processes and Technologies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is a research institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 1959 on an initiative of young enthusiasts and support of the Mykolaiv city authorities there was created a joint laboratory for studying a new phenomenon at that time as high-voltage charge in water and processes that accompany it. Institute was established in 1991 on the basis of Planning and Design Bureau of Electrohydraulics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, which existed in Mykolaiv since 1962, it specializes in studies of physical and technical aspects of high-voltage electric discharge in condensed matter, the creation of environmentally friendly resource and energy saving pulse technology on its basis. IPPT is a scientific-industrial complex that includes the Institute, a research plant and research and development center "VEGA"; the structure of the institute - five academic departments, three engineering department.

More than 1000 technological systems for the foundry, metallurgical and other industries were developed in the IPPT. The following unique facilities were created: Laboratory park for studying the physical processes in the electric explosion, pulsed power capacitors laboratory for the study of processes in the cores of rock at a pressure of 500 atmospheres and temperatures up to 1000 °C and metallographic and metallophysical complexes. Since 1977 the Institute and its predecessor are publishing a collection of scientific papers. 1962 — 1969 Oleksandr Sorochynskyi 1969 — 1988 Hryhoriy Hulyi 1988 — Oleksandr Vovchenko Official website

Dakota Dunes Casino

Dakota Dunes Casino is a First Nations casino located in Whitecap, Saskatchewan. Situated on Whitecap Dakota First Nation land south of Saskatoon along Saskatchewan Highway 219, the 84,000 sq. ft facility opened in 2007, includes a casino, multi-purpose rooms, an 18-hole golf course. In September 2018, construction began on a new $38 million, 115-room hotel on the resort site, expected to open in 2020. There are plans for a spa as part of the next phase of the resort; the Teepee of Light consists of seven 4000-watt spot lights that at night project into the night sky to form a light effect in the shape of a teepee. The 18 hole golf course opened to the public on April 30, 2004; the golf course was designed by Graham Cooke. It hosts the SIGA Dakota Dunes Open on PGA Tour Canada. List of casinos in Canada Official website Dakota Dunes Golf Links