ILIA STATE UNIVERSITY

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Three projects of Iliauni are the winners of the STEM 2022 grant call of Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia

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All three projects submitted by Ilia State University won the grant call STEM (targeted program – providing long-term support to research projects in engineering, exact and natural sciences (STEM)) of  Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia

The winning projects are:

  • Checking Lorentz Invariance of neutral weak bosons on ATLAS/CERN detector. –The   Principal Investigator, Associate Professor Juansher Jejelava
  • Effect of food processing on the PCR detection of wheat gluten -  Principal Investigator, Associate Professor Neli Datukishvili
  • Investigation of the problems of the coupled theories of thermoelasticity and thermoviscoelasticity for nanoporous materials – Principal Investigator, Professor Merab Svanadze

The grant call aims to promote the development of ideas, hypotheses and concepts focused on solving modern challenges, data processing and analysis, and developing new approaches, methods, methodologies and technologies by combining two or more scientific disciplines. Funded research should strengthen the national science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field and its inclusion in the country's social, political, economic, cultural and technological progress.

Link: https://bit.ly/3Wqd2aW

2022

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