The Rector of GTU discussed with MIFP scientists the foundation of the International School of Physics

The Rector of GTU discussed with MIFP scientists the foundation of the International School of Physics

 

The Rector of GTU discussed with MIFP scientists the foundation of the International School of Physics

12-04-2024
The Rector of GTU discussed with MIFP scientists the foundation of the International School of Physics

The Rector of Georgian Technical University, Academician Davit Gurgenidze, met the organizer of the current ongoing International Conference in GTU on Physics of Light-Matter Coupling in Nanostructures – “PLMCN 24”, the representatives of the university’s partner institute - the president of Mediterranean sea Institute of Fundamental Physics (MIFP - Rome, Italy), Dr. Giuseppe Eramo, Scientific Director, Professor Alexey Cavokin of Westlake University (China), and Professor Jeremy Baumberg, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom).

The President of the Supervisory Board of GTU, Professor Zurab Gudavadze, Vice-Rector, Associate Professor Tamar Tsereteli, Deputy Rector for Science, Professor Tamar Lominadze, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Informatics and Management Systems, Professor Taliko Zhvania, as well as representatives of the university administration, participated in the meeting.

At the meeting, the parties discussed the initiative of the rector of Georgian Technical University to establish a regular international school of physics, along with issues related to future collaboration.

As the rector noted, the regular international school of physics, which will have a flexible structure and an organizational arrangement corresponding to the modern standard, should carry out activities in all directions of physics and include philosophy, as well as natural sciences adjacent to physics. According to Davit Gurgenidze, the idea of founding the International School of Physics is based on the desire to allow young researchers the opportunity to receive comprehensive information about the latest research in the field of physics, scientific consultations, and listen to public lectures from world-famous physicists, philosophers and scientists-researchers working in the adjacent fields of physics, as well as in a free format. hold dialogue and discussions. As Davit Gurgenidze noted, the International School of Physics is considered for young scientists as an important support link in the process of fundamental research.

 “We have a great desire to create an international school that will combine the directions of physics, philosophy, and the sciences adjacent to physics, because the world is built on research in the field of physics, and philosophy penetrates all sciences. First of all, we think about the talented and promising young people of our country, but we also want to note that the school will open its doors to young researchers from different countries. Talented young people will have the opportunity to meet great scientists personally. We offer, in partnership with Georgian Technical University, MIFP to become a co-founder of the International School of Physics. Also, we suggest joining forces around this idea to attract accredited universities and scientific research institutes in Georgia, as well as large international organizations and research centers operating in the field of physics - this is needed for the common future of our planet, and the young generations of scientists,” the Rector Davit Gurgenidze said at the meeting.

As a result of the reconciliation of opinions at the meeting, the parties consider Georgia as the place for the establishment of a regular international school of physics. According to them, the geographical area of international school gatherings will be wide and include different cities of the world.

 

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