სსიპ - ფერდინანდ თავაძის მეტალურგიისა და მასალათმცოდნეობის ინსტიტუტი
LEPL - FERDINAND TAVADZE METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE INSTITUTE
№ 6 Semiconducting Materials Science Laboratory
Roland Razmadze
Researcher Specialist (Part-time)
RazmadzeRoland@rambler.ru

Date of Birth

02.11.1934

Education

  • 1952 – 1957-Georgian technical University, Faculty of Metallurgy, Engineer;

Scientific Degree (Rank)

  • 14.09.2006 - Academic Doctor;

Work Experience

  • 1957-1960 - City Tula’s Kosaia Gora Metallurgical Plant, Melting Master;
  • 1960-1964 - Tbilisi Machinery Construction Technical School, Head and teacher at foundry plant of production workshop;
  • 1964 - Lepl - Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute;
  • 1976 - Lepl - Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute, Senior Scientific worker;
  • 2011-present - Lepl - Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute, Scientific worker;

Contractual Works

  • 5 international and national grant projects;

Papers and Publications

40 scientific works including:

  • Study of thermodynamic probability of Silicon dioxide recovery process with Magnesium at high temperature;
  • Investigation of technological process of magnesium silicide producing by magnesium thermal restoration of low-grade quartzite”. New Developments in Material Science. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 13. New York, 2011;

Participation in Scientific Symposiums and Conferences

  • Investigation of technological process of magnesium silicide producing by magnesium thermal restoration of low-grade quartzite”. New Developments in Material Science. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 13. New York, 2011;

Participation in Scientific Grant Projects

  • 1998-1999-Grant of Georgian Academy of Sciences (11.1)
  • 2000-2001- Grant of Georgian Academy of Sciences (11.1)
  • 2001-2003- Grant of Georgian Academy of Sciences (11.01.02)
  • 2004-2005- Grant of Georgian Academy of Sciences (11.01.04)
  • 2011-2012-“Development of new, ecologically safe complex technology of gold containing antimony ore processing”- Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation;