INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC-PRACTICAL CONFERENCE - „THE DEVELOPMENT OF MINING AND GEOLOGY IS THE PRECONDITION FOR THE REVIVAL OF ECONOMY”

International scientific-practical conference - „The Development of Mining and Geology is the Precondition for the Revival of Economy”

On September 23-24, 2021 Mineralogical  Society of Georgia, G. Tsulukidze Mining Insitute and Georgian Technical University will hold International Scientific-Practical Conference - The Development of Mining and Geology is the Precondition for the Revival of Economy”

  • Current problems of mining and geology
  • The role of mineral resources in the development of the country's economy
  • Natural hazards and environmental protection
  • Mining technologies
  • Geology
  • Geophisics
  • Geography

Conference Venue:

Sep 23 - Georgian Technical University

77 Kostava st., Administrative Building, Georgian Technical University, 0160, Tbilisi.

Sep 24 - RMG GOLD

Kazreti, Bolnisi Municipality

  • Language: English, Georgian.
  • Presentation mode: Oral, Poster.
  • The conference materials will be published as an abstract-book.
  • A certificate will be granted to conference participants.
  • The deadline for registration and abstract submission is  30.04. 2021.
  • Application for participation in the conference must be filled in Georgian and English.

The abstracts should be sent to e-mail: msgeorgia2012@gmail.com

For additional information see the web-site: www.msgeorgia2012.com

Contact persons:

Maia Kobaxidze

Tel: (+995)   599 91-67-68

Asmat Shekiladze

Tel:  (+995)  599 70-84-28

Ketevan Gabarashvili

       Tel:  (+995) 593 31 73 97

Guidelines for abstracts

1 - The abstract should be represented in English; appropriate Georgian or Russian versions must be attached; 

2 - The abstract should not exceed two pages;

3 - The abstract should be done in the following form:

  • Title – capital letters, Sylfaen, №12, bold;
  • Author (authors) – capital letters, Sylfaen, №12;
  • Institution (№11, Italic);

The co-authors from different institutions should be marked with superscript (see the pattern);

  • The main text should be printed: in format - A4, Sylfaen, №12, single spacing, indentation – 10 mm, margins: top - 20 mm, bottom – 25 mm, left and right – 20 mm;
  • Tables – Number of the table must be in the upper right corner, the title – in the center (№11), bold, spacing from the title of the table to the table – 10 mm, font size within the table – №10;
  • Options  should be in Sylfaen, №11;
  • Graphic material and photos must be given in brackets, e.g. (Fig.1) in the appropriate place in the text;
  • Low-quality graphic- and photo-material will not be accepted;
  • References (maximum 5) should be in citation order, Sylfaen, №11, should be represented only in English with indication of the original language of publication in brackets, e.g. (in Russian); in the text the citation should be indicated in square brackets – [1].

4 - Each author may submit not more than two abstracts;

5 - The abstracts are to be sent to – msgeorgia2012@gmail.com

6 - The deadline for the abstract submission is APRIL 30, 2021;

7- The abstracts, not fitted with the requirements, will not be accepted;

8 - Poster presentation - size – 100 × 80 cm. The deadline for the poster el. version submission is

May 10, 2021.

Editorial board

Pattern:

MINERALOGICAL FEATURES OF CHALCEDONY-AGATE FROM

AKHALTSIKHE FIELD

THE FIRST AUTHOR1, THE SECOND AUTHOR2

1Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia

2A. Janelidze Institute of Geology of Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

According to the data of the researches of the chalcedony-agate samples from the Akhaltsikhe deposit carried out by optical-microscopic, X-ray phase, and X-ray fluorescence methods and the data existing in technical literature, it has been concluded that certain geode layers, often characterized by alternation of variously colored bands with concentric-zonal formations, are represented by various phases……..

Table 1

Composition of intrusive rocks (№11, bold)

SiO2

TiO2

Al2O3

Fe2O3

FeO

MnO

CaO

MgO

P2O5

Na2O

K2O

H2O+

1

2

3

4


REFERENCES

  1. Shekriladze I., Poporadze N., Zviadadze U. Shales of Georgia: Shale Gas Mining Context. Bulletin of Georg. Nat. Acad. Sci., vol.7,  №1, 2013, pp. 69-78;
  2. Topchishvili M. et. al. Stratigraphy of the Jurassic Deposits of Georgia. A. Janelidze Institute of Geology. Proceedings, new series, vol.122, 2006, 450 p. (in Russian);

Benidze G. The Peculiarities of Organic Carbon Distribution and Postdiagenetic Transformations in the Lower and mid- Jurassic Shale Terrigenic Sediments of Beyond-Alazani, Kakheti. Caucas. Inst. Min. Res., 2009, pp. 170-178 (in Georgian).


 

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