On December 21, 2022 the Nuclear Engineering Center presented the summary seminar of the year to the Georgian Technical University’s Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems. Our group manager Alexander Sharmazanashvili presented about Collaboration with CERN Challenges and Future Steps.
Our group manager Alexander Sharmazanashvili and our group member Salome Vashakidze was participated in the 26TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING IN HIGH ENERGY and NUCLEAR PHYSICS (CHEP2023) CHEP 2023 – Paper approved by the CERN Speaker committee and conference peer
Nuclear Engineering center has a new employee Mariam Nozadze. She joined in 1st, December on 2022. Mariam studied at Georgian National University from 2015 – 2019 and has a Bachelor’s degree. She has 2 years of experience in web development
On 29, November 2022 was held a First PMBC’2022 Workshop – “Partners Meeting for Better Collaboration”. GTU wishes to contribute to ATLAS geometry description developments for simulation, to the development of cognitive software tools of visualization, as well as to
Our group member Nino Zurashvili has received invitation to participate in the ATLAS experiment activity from 15 October 2022 to 19 December 2022.The visit is about the development of a Tile Calorimeter visualization application which was planned in Tile Cal
Our group project manager Alexander Sharmazanashvili and our group member Nino Zurashvili participated in the meeting with the IPPOG team, which was held on 29 October 2022.The meeting was about plans for the application, its status, and the possibility that
Our group member Niko Tsutskiridze presented an investigation of PP1_outerwall on ITk Offline SW videoconference.The presentation was about a comparison between CAD model vs. gmx – pp1_outerwall. As well as about the calculation of Radiation Length L(X0) and comparing analyses
GTU Nuclear Engineering Center master’s program “Information Technology of Nuclear Engineering” has been modified and it will be reviewed by the Academic Council on 4.08.2022.The master’s program at the Georgian Technical University has existed since 2019, at first, it has
Tbilisi State University’s student and our group member Nino Zurashvili has successfully finished her Masters studies in Condensed matter physics with the help of adviser Tamar Tchelidze.Main topic of her thesis was “One dimensional nanostructures in excitonic complexes”.
This week was held a meeting with IPPOG team. Our group Project Manager Alexander Sharmazanashvili and our group member Nino Zurashvili were participants. They presented the concept of TracerEVD-mc, status of application, recent updates and future plans. The application received