სსიპ - ფერდინანდ თავაძის მეტალურგიისა და მასალათმცოდნეობის ინსტიტუტი
LEPL - FERDINAND TAVADZE METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE INSTITUTE
№ 4 Metal Science and Metal Corrosion Protection Laboratory
Nodar Aslamazashvili
Engineer
nodar.aslamazashvili@gmail.com

Date of Birth

19.02.1963

Education

  • 1980-1985 - Georgian Polytechnic  Institute, Faculty of Metallurgy, Engineer;

Scientific Degree (Rank)

  • Engineer Metallurgist, (Master);

Work Experience

  • 2014-present - LEPL Ferdinand Tavadze Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, SHS Laboratory, Engineer;
  • 1988-1999 -Tbilisi Jewelry Factory, deputy director;
  • 1985-1988 - Factory “Centrolite”, Construction department, Engineer- Technologist;

Scientific Interests

  • Obtaining of composite, letal-ceramic, ceramic ultrafine structure and nanostructure materials by Self-propagating High-Temperature Synthesis Technology, Processing of Materials by SHS;

Papers and Publications

  • “Peculiarities of microstructure ceramic materials Ti-B-C-N system by SHS”, Z.Aslamazashvili, G. Zakharov, N.Aslamazashvili, G.Tavadze, M.Chickradze; XIV International symposium on SHS. Book of Abstracts, ISBN 978-9941-426-8, Tbilisi, 2017;
  • “Physical and mechanical properties and structural analiysis of materials obtained in Ti-Cr-C-steel, Ti-b, Ti-b-Me systems by SHS-Electric rolling”, G.Tavadze, G. Zakharov, N. Aslamazashvili , T.Namicheishvili, L.Antashvili, A.Tutberidze; ISBN 978-9941-8-0534—9, 3rd International Conference IMS 2018. Tbilisi, 2018;

Participation in Scientific Grant Projects

  • 2014 - Participant, Production of Cast alloys and products from them by SHS-Metallurgy, F. Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute;
  • 2015-2016 - Participant, Elaboration of Technologies for production of graded armor elements on the base of ceramic materials of Ti-B-C-N System , F. Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute;
  • 2017-2018 –Participant, Elaboration of technology for producing armor metal ceramic graded materials based on Titanium Chromium carbide by SHS method; F. Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute.