The Minister of Education and Science of
Georgia, Tamar Sanikidze awarded another famous scientist, teacher and public
figure, an academician of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, a
professor of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Nodar Tsintsadze with the Presidential Order of
Tsintsadze turned 85 years old this year. Together with the Minister, members
of a science council of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences also
congratulated the scientist for the anniversary and national recognition.
academician Nodar Tsintsadze is the founder of widely recognized scientific
school of Plasma Physics in Georgia and the author of more than 300 scientific
studies. He always worked in the direction of the most current and difficult
problems of Plasma Physics. Nodar Tsintsadze was the first to process the
entirely new idea in Relativistic Plasma Physics, which became a foundation for
using strong lasers. In addition, the idea of creating a new accelerator
belongs to him. New quantum kinetic equation created by him is extensively used
here and abroad for examining physical events of quantum plasma.
Tsintsadze has worked for years in different countries of the world as a
visiting professor. During 2004-2011 Mr. Nodar was working in the chair of
Abdus Salam, famous Pakistani scientist and Nobel Laureate, at the University
of Lahore (Pakistan). He was the director of the International School of Plasma
Physics in the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics
(Trieste, Italy). Scholars and internationally recognized scientists, who were
raised by him, are now successfully working in our country or in the leading
scientific centers and universities abroad.
the behalf of the Government, Tamar Sanikidze thanked Mr. Nodar for his
extensive and productive scientific work and wished him long life and success.