სსიპ - ფერდინანდ თავაძის მეტალურგიისა და მასალათმცოდნეობის ინსტიტუტი
LEPL - FERDINAND TAVADZE METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE INSTITUTE
№ 4 Metal Science and Metal Corrosion Protection Laboratory
Givi Inanishvili
Researcher (Part-time)
g.inanishvili@mail.ru

Date of Birth

07.06.1937

Education

  • 1955-1960-Georgian Technical University, Metal pressure processing;
  • 1967-Georgian Technical University, Metallurgy, Doctor ( Candidate of technical Sciences);
  • 1997-Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Archeological Research Center, Archeology, Doctor (Candidate of Historical Sciences);

Scientific Degree (Rank)

  • Doctor;

Work Experience

  • 1960-1966- Rustavi Metallurgical Plant, Profiled rolling works, Shift Supervisor;
  • 1966-1970- Labor Protection Institute, Safety Equipment Laboratory, Chief Engineer;
  • 1970-1977-Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Historical, Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography, Archeology Department, Aspirant, Chief Scientific Worker;
  • 1977-2000- Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Archeological Research Center, Interdisciplinary Research Unit, Chief Scientific Worker, Head of Sector, Head of Department
  • 1993-present-Georgian Technical University, Humanitarian-Technical Faculty-Business-Engineering Faculty, Docent, Professor;
  • 2013-present- Lepl - Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute;

Papers and Publications

  • Iron Production in Colkhis (in 7th-1st cc. B.C). "Iberia-Colkhis", #9, 2013, pp. 196-211, Tbilisi;
  • Materials Science in Arts & Crafts, Georgian Technical University Publishing, Tbilisi, 2014;
  • Origins of Georgian Metallurgy, Georgian National Museum Publishing, Tbilisi, 2015;

Participation in Scientific Symposiums and Conferences

  • 2014 - Problems of early metal Age Archaeology of Caucasus and Anatolia, Some Aspects of Nonferrous Metalworking in the Caucasus-Near East (III-II millennium B.C.) Tbilisi (Georgia);
  • 2015 - 2nd International Conference Modern Technologies and Methods of inorganic materials science, South Caucasus in ancient metallurgical working system of Fore Asia (III-I millennium B.C.) Tbilisi (Georgia);