(TSU) IN EU SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMES

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PARTICIPATION OF I.VEKUA INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED MATHEMATICS (VIAM) OF

Iv. JAVAKHISHVILI TBILISI STATE UNIVERSITY
(TSU) IN EU SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMES

George Jaiani

Director of VIAM TSU

Member of the Council of the Division of Mathematics
of the European Academy of Sciences

STAKEHOLDERS CONFERENCE “EU
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EECA S&T COOPERATION: THE WAY FORWARD”
(ATHENS, GREECE, 16
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17.06.2009)

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In 1968 VIAM of TSU was founded by


Ilia Vekua


well
-
known scientist in the International community of
mathematicians and mechanisists

(an evidence among others in Mathematical Reviews
Subject Classification


MSC:

30G20 Generalizations of Bers and Vekua Type).

About VIAM

http://www.viam.science.tsu.ge/

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Mathematical problems of the mechanics of
continua and related problems of the analysis

(Directed by Prof. Dr. G. Jaiani)


Mathematical modelling and numerical
mathematics

(Directed by


Prof. Dr. D. Gordeziani)


Applied logics and programmin
g

(Directed by
Prof. Dr. A. Kharazishvili)

Main Scientific Directions

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The Dynamics of Researchers with
at Least PhD Degrees

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International Scientific Cooperation

VIAM

Romania

Austria

Czech Rep.

Slovakia

Ukraine

Azerbaijan

Armenia

Russia

Poland

Germany

Italy

France

Great Britain

USA

Pakistan

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06
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1000017
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8886

Some nonclassical problems for
thin structures (
January 2007
-
January 2009)



Italian Team (Universita' degli Studi di ROMA "Tor Vergata"):

Prof. P.
P.
-
Guidugli (
team leader
)


IMNAS of Armenia (Institute of Mechanics

National Academy of Sciences of Republic of Armenia):

Prof. L.
Aghalovian (
team leader
)


French Team (
Laboratory of Modelling and Numerical Simulation
Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Electronique et Electronique

):

Prof. B. Miara
(
team leader
)


YSU Armenia (Yerevan State University):

Prof. V. Belubekyan (
team
leader
)


Georgian Team (VIAM):

Prof. G. Jaiani (
team leader
)


INTAS Project

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06
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1000017
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8943

Nongausian Transport, Strong
Turbulence, and Nonlinear Phenomena in the
Magnetosphere and Ionospher
(
January 2007
-
January
2009)




Georgian team
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I. Vekua Institute of Applied Mathematics of Tbilisi
State University ( VIAM TSU), M. Nodia Institute of Geophysics:

Prof. Dr. G.Aburjania (team leader).


Italian team
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Univesity of Calabria
: Prof. Dr. G. Zimbardo (team
leader).


Check Rep
. team


Institute of Atmospheric Physics:

Prof. Dr.
Z.Voros (team leader).


Russian team


Space Research Institute:

Dr. A. Milovanov (team
leader).

INTAS Project

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CA_05_008_ 1000008_8144

Practical Formal Program
Verification Using Automated Reasoning and Model
Checking
(
June 2006
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May 2009)



CONSORTIUM:

University of Linz
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Austria


Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University
-

Ukraine
Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics
-

Ukraine


Moscow State University
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Russia Institute


e
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Austria Timisoara


Romania


VIAM
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Tbilisi State University
-

Georgia



Georgian team leader

Prof. J. Antidze


INTAS Project

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GRNET (Coordinating Contractor, Greece); CERN
(Switzerland); IPP (Bulgaria); ICI (Romania); TUBITAK
(Turkey); SZTAKI (Hungary); UPT (Albania); UOBL
(Bosnia
-
Herzegovina); UKIM (FYR of Macedonia); UOB
(Serbia); UOM (Montenegro); Renam (Moldova); RBI
(Croatia); IIAP NAS RA (Armenia); GRENA (Georgia)


Leader of a group engaged to make an application in
meteorology is Prof. Dr. T. Davitashvili (VIAM)

European Commission 7
th

Framework
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FP7
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Deployment of Infrastructures for
Scientific Communities


Project N 211338 SEE
-
GRID Infrastructure for regional Science
(2008
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2010)

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ECONET
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16362VB “Inverse and boundary control problems with
application” (EGIDE, ECONET, France 01.01.2007
-
31.12.2008)



Implementers of the Project:


Nantes University


France


Baku State University


Azerbaijan


VIAM


Georgia


Coordinator of the Project: Prof. Dr. A. Nachaoui (France)


Partner
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country Project Coordinator: Prof. Dr. T. Tadumadze (Georgia)

ECONET



CRDF
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GRDF (3 Projects)



NATO SCIENCE PROGRAMME

Other Projects

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new contacts and development of existing
International Scientific cooperation


Joint publications (12)


Joint workshops (11)


Mobility of scientists, especially young ones


Consequent bilateral cooperation

Good Experience (Practices)

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1.
Announcing collaborative calls, besides of scientific
directions there should be separated topical urgent tasks
(problems) with higher financing in contrast to other
projects financed by the same scientific programme.

2.
Creation of research consortiums should be flexible.
Namely, based on the experience of their cooperation
scientists create teams and submit a project to solve jointly
certain problem; Competition Boards should elaborate
recommendations during competition to unite teams from
different submitted projects in one project with close
scientific targets. The minimal number of teams from
different countries should not prescribed in advance; it
should depend on globality of the project which should
defined during the process of evaluation.

Difficulties & Proposals

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3.
Often arise difficulties by covering operational costs by the
hosting institutions, especially by purchase of equipments.
So, only overheads for administrative expenses should be
transferred to the hosting institutions.

4.
All the facilities of the personal use (personal computers
included) should be left to the successful project
participants as awards.

5.
State Institutions and Institutions of Scientific Societies,
Unions, and Academies Should have equal wrights of
participation in EU Collaborative calls.

Difficulties & Proposals

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Thanks for attention