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Andronikashvili Institute of Physics

General Information

The Institute of Physics acquired its contemporary potential and status mainly due to the efforts of Professor Elevter Andronikashvili who had been its director for almost 40 years and who is internationally recognized by physics community after his outstanding experimental investigations of superfluidity in liquid Helium. The total scientific staff of the Institute presently includes 106 persons.

Institute’s interests are concentrated on several fields, namely:

  • Particle Physics;
  • Condensed Matter Physics;
  • Plasma Physics;
  • Physics of Biological Systems;
  • Applied Physics.

Institute’s Focus

Nowadays the Institute’s core activity concerns the broad spectrum of topics. Some of them are the followings:

  • The theoretical researches of unified theories of grand unification and superunification, superstring phenomenology;
  • Participation in ATLAS and CMS experiments planned for the near future at LHC (CERN);
  • Theoretical investigations of low-dimensional strongly correlated electron and spin systems, exploration of frustrated antiferromagnets with orbital degeneracy and of superfluid phases of liquid 3He;
  • Experimental studies of stimulated dynamics of vortex matter in high-temperature superconducting alloys; complex studies of magnetic systems; metal-hydrogen compounds; studies of real crystals;
  • Nonlinear plasma physics; superstrong electromagnetic wave-dynamics in plasmas and complex optical media;
  • Dynamics of relativistic plasma flow in laboratory and in astrophysical conditions;
  • Formation of vertical structures and heating of different components in crossed electric and magnetic fields in nonneutral;
  • Study of dynamical, structural and functional changes of genetic apparatus initiated by various compounds;
  • Thermal Spectroscopy of Biological Systems;
  • Interaction of DNA with different ligands.

Valuable Technology Offerings

  • Samples for activation analysis;
  • Bacterial fertilizers;
  • High power electronics;
  • Cleaning of burning products;
  • Diagnostics of tumor;
  • Enrichment of the hydrocarbon material;
  • Ecologically clean electro energy source;
  • Electrohydrodynamic method of pulse pressure generation;
  • High quality quartz-resonator;
  • Capillary electrophoresis device;
  • Spectrometer with flame atomizer;
  • Biochips for diagnosis, etc.

Scientific Cooperation and Technology Transfer

Andronikashvili Institute of Physics has a long-run collaboration with colleagues from many leading scientific centers all around the world. Some of them are:

  • CERN (France-Switzerland);
  • Fermilab (USA);
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA);
  • International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy);
  • Imperial College, London (UK);
  • University of Brasilia;
  • Orsay, Paris (France);
  • University of Tokyo, (Japan);
  • Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka (Japan);
  • University of Texas, Austin, Texas (USA);
  • University of Innsbruck (Austria);
  • UKAEA Culham (UK);
  • Belgian Inst. of Space Aeronomy, Brussels (Belgium);
  • Universidad De Alcala, Madrid (Spain);
  • Center for Environmental Biotechnology (USA);
  • University of Portsmouth (UK);
  • Biocenter of Innsbruck Medical University (Austria);
  • Max-Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, Gttingen (Germany);
  • Budapest Medical University (Hungary);
  • Institute of Microbiology and Experimental Therapy, Jena (Germany).

Contact Details

Gela Gelashvili, Director
#6 Tamarashvili str. 0177 Tbilisi, Georgia
Tel: : (+995 32) 39 8783
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Chief Technology Commercialization Officer: Vladimir Paverman
Tel: (+995 32) 39 7830
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