The topic of the lectures will cover nuclear physics and medical physics.
Within the framework of the project, Hans Schröter, Director of Nuclear Physics Institute of Jülich Research Center, Professor Nadim Jonsha, Director of Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, professors of Jülich Research Center Detlev Gotta, Farida Grinberg, Markus Buscher and Andro Kacharava are visiting Georgia. Today, the project was opened at Georgian Technical University. Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Tamar Sanikidze greeted the guests and spoke about the importance of the project.
Several agreements of cooperation were signed on the same day, namely an agreement between Georgian Technical University and Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine. Within the framework of the Agreement, the students specializing in physics and biomedical equipment will be able to pass internship in Jülich Research Center. Georgian Technical University shall receive technical equipment and a laboratory from the Center.