GTU grinding laboratory goes into intensive work mode

GTU grinding laboratory goes into intensive work mode

 

GTU grinding laboratory goes into intensive work mode

02-04-2024
GTU grinding laboratory goes into intensive work mode
The Department of Applied Geology of the Faculty of Mining and Geology of Georgian Technical University continues intensive work on raising the qualifications of professors and young specialists and renovating the laboratories in the process of preparing for the accreditation of the educational program - geology, all three levels - bachelor's, master's, doctorate.

As part of the accreditation preparation process, Martin von Doller, representative of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), conducted a one-week training for the specialists of the newly installed grinders manufacturing laboratory.

As the Head of the Department of Applied Geology of the Faculty of Mining and Geology, Professor Nodar Foforadze, says, the grinding laboratory, with the support of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, according to the European standard is equipped with Metkom Geoform 102, and Metkon Forcipol.

“The equipping of the grinding laboratory in the Department of Applied Geology is one of the most successful steps. The lab will soon be running at full capacity, making it more productive in the research of rocks, ores, and minerals. Also, the grinding laboratory will greatly help researchers and students in their educational and scientific work. I take this opportunity to thank the rector of Georgian Technical University, academician Davit Gurgenidze, for the initiative and organization of the work process with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. We would like to express our gratitude to Birgit Müller, the professor of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, the head of the DAAD project, Dr. Denis Quandt, and Benjamin Bush, who took part in solving important issues for our university”, said Nodar Foforadze.

In 2023, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, within the framework of the DAAD project – “Sustainable Development Project in the Caucasus” handed over the laboratory to Georgian Technical University for the production of grinders.

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