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LEPL - FERDINAND TAVADZE METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE INSTITUTE
№ 1 Boron and Powder Composite Materials Laboratory
Aleksandre Kandelaki
Researcher Specialist
al_kandelaki@yahoo.com

Date of Birth

01.04.1941

Education

  • 1958-1963 - Georgian Technical University;
  • 1966-1968 - Moscow Institute of Chemical Technology, Aspirant;
  • 1969-1971 - Institute for Metallurgy of Georgian Academy of Sciences, Aspirant;

Scientific Degree (Rank)

  • PhD;

Work Experience

  • 1963-1969 - Sukhumi Institute of Physics and Technology of Atomic Energy Committee of USSR: Junior Scientific Worker, Group Engineer;
  • 1971-1991 - Institute of Metallurgy of Georgian Academy of Sciences: Junior Scientific Worker, Senior Scientific Worker, Chief Scientific Worker, Head of Laboratory;
  • 1991-2006 - LEPL-Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute: Chief Scientific Worker, Senior Scientific Worker;
  • 2006 - Present - LEPL- Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute: Senior Scientific Worker, Scientific Worker;

Scientific Interests

  • Technology of semiconductor materials-27 scientific papers published in this area; 4 works were reported at scientific meetings (symposia and conferences); 5 inventors certificates received, thesis was defended (PhD diploma).
  • Technology of production of pure metals-15 scientific papers published in this area, 5 works reported at scientific meetings (symposia and conferences), 2 inventors certificates received, international grant received
  • Crystallography and crystal growth- 10 scientific papers published in this area, 2 works were reported on scientific meetings (symposia and conferences),Inventors certificate received;
  • Powder metallurgy and coatings- 18 Scientific papers published in this area, 3 works were reported on scientific meetings (symposia and conferences), inventors certificate received;
  • Extraction of precious metal and related useful materials from ores-7 scientific papers published in this area, 2 works were reported on scientific meetings (symposia and conferences), International grant received;

Papers and Publications

About 100 scientific works published in periodic publications, including:

  • Vazha Garibashvili, Aleksandre Kandelaki, Zurab Mirijanashvili, Giorgi Tavadze, “Study of the Process of Obtaining Metal Chlorides from Materials Containing Tungsten”, Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, v.6, №2, 2012, p.p. 94-99;
  • Jondo Bagdavadze, Aleksandre Kandelaki, Omar Mikadze, Leri Rukhadze, “Alternative Technology for Production of Pure Metals and Hard Alloys”,Bulletin of Georgian National Academy of Sciences, v.7, №1, 2013, p.p. 64-68;
  • Jondo Bagdavadze, Rusudan Chagelishvili, AleksandreKandelaki, Zurab Tsikaridze “Study of High-Temperature Processes for Obtaining Antimony Sulfide and Metallic Sb” Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, v.7, №2, 2013, p.p. 75-80;
  • Jondo Bagdavadze, Tsisana Gagnidze, Rusudan Chagelishvili, Aleksandre Kandelaki, Manana Mamporia and Zurab Tsiskaridze. “Electrochemical Gold Extraction From the Residues of Vacuum-Thermal Treatment of Gold-Containing Antimony ores”. Eur. Chem. Bulletin 2014, 3(2), 161-165;

Inventions ( Copyright Certificates, Patents)

15 Inventors Certificates, including:

  • The National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia “Sakpatenti”, Patent P 4512, Aleksandre Kandelaki and others “The method of producing nickel and cobalt“ 2007-02-19;
  • The National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia “Sakpatenti”, Patent P 4758, Aleksandre Kandelaki and others “The method of obtaining copper” 2008-06-24;
  • The National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia “Sakpatenti”, Patent P 5141, Aleksandre Kandelaki and others “The method of obtaining nanocrystalline solid materials based on tungsten carbide” 2011-02-17;

Participation in Scientific Symposiums and Conferences

Took part in about 30 scientific events, among them:

  • 27.11- 01.12 2011 -FRAY International Symposium on Metals and Materials Processing in a Clean Environment, Cancun, Mexico, J.Bagdavadze, A.Kandelaki, O.Mikadze, “Environmentally-friendly Technologies For Manufacturing Pure Metals”;
  • 29.06 - 04.07. 2014 -SHECHTMAN International Symposium – Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit & Exhibition, Cancun, Mexico. J.Bagdavadze, R.Chagelishvili, Ts.Gagnidze, A.Kandelaki, Z.Tsikaridze, K.Ukleba. “Development of a New Environmentally-Friendly Technology for Integrated Processing of Gold-bearing Antimony Ores”. A.Gachechiladze, V.Garibashvili, A.Kandelaki, O.Mikadze, A.Mikeladze, Z.Mirijanashvili, G.Tavadze, “Preparation of Nanocrystalline Hardmetal Powders From Tungsten-containing Wastes”;

Participation in Scientific Grant Projects

Took part in 11 projects, including:  

  • 2006-2008 - STCU (Science and Technology Center in Ukraine) Project # 3214 ”Development of Ecologically Secure Technology for Production of Pure Metals”, Project manager;
  • 2012-2013 - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, Project # FR/296/3-192/11 “Development of a New, Environmentally Friendly Complex Technology For the Processing Gold-Bearing Antimony Ores”, Project manager;

Additional information

  • From 2011 - International reviewer in the field of metal science and powder metallurgy;
  • 2003-2004 - Central Election Commission of Georgia, Member of Commission;