Chuck Kozlowski is Argonne’s Experimental Operations and Facilities (EOF) Division Director. The division supports engineering, design and experimental execution across Argonne National Laboratory and other laboratories within the complex. Throughout his career, Chuck has focused on providing world-class engineering and technical support to programmatic partners, ensuring safe, successful and efficient execution of experiments across Argonne’s portfolio.
Sergey Chemerisov is the Manager of the Intermediate Voltage Electron Microscope (IVEM) and Low Energy Accelerator Facilities (LEAF) in the Experimental Operations and Facilities division at Argonne National Laboratory. His experience includes electron paramagnetic spectroscopy; radiation chemistry of water in confined media; development of high-intensity positron sources; radiation chemistry of fissioning solution; development of novel ways for producing radioisotopes; development of high-power beam targets; and managing accelerator upgrades, operations, and maintenance.
Victor Guarino is the Manager of Engineering Services. In his 30+ year career at Argonne, he has had diverse roles in technical management such as project engineer for the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter at CERN, leading the design and fabrication of precision motion systems at the APS, project engineer for the design of several large telescope structures, and managing the Mechanical Support Group in the High Energy Physics division for 15 years.
Stuart has 15 years of experience with design and engineering and five years of experience in design supervision. Stuart leads a team of seven that make up the Design and Drafting group within Engineering Services. He is an expert in computer-aided design (CAD) and has worked in Inventor, AutoCAD, Creo, and NX.
Tony has 34 years of experience at Argonne National Laboratory, where he is currently supervisor of the Experimental Facilities Group in the Experimental Operations and Facilities division. He worked for ten years in the Argonne Environmental Monitoring Group, conducting field work on and off the Argonne Site. Tony also worked in the Energy Systems / Applied Materials Division for several years.
Mike is an Engineering Technical Assistant for Argonne’s Experimental Operations and Facilities division. He works primarily within the Advanced Mobility and Technology Laboratory providing experimental technical support for vehicle, grid, and infrastructure interdependent research.