Cooperation with Georgian Universities and Research Institutes2022-05-23
14-21.05.2022 prof. A. Sładkowski was in Georgia. The immediate task of his business trip was to conduct classes with students of the Georgian Technical University (GTU) within the framework of the KA107 project of the Erasmus+ program. In addition, meetings with teachers and the leadership of the Faculty of Transportation and Mechanical Engineering of the State Technical University were important events. Issues of participation of the Georgian side in internships in Poland, participation in common pedagogical and scientific projects were discussed jointly.
Meeting prof. A. Sładkowski with professors and management of the Faculty of Transportation and Mechanical Engineering of GTU
An equally important aspect of A. Sładkowski's visit to Georgia was his meetings with the rector of GTU prof. David Gurgenidze and rector of Akaki Tsereteli State University prof. Roland Kopaliani. Among the many issues of common interest, special attention was devoted to the organization of education for Georgian students in Poland with the possibility of obtaining diplomas from the Silesian University of Technology.
Meeting with the rector of GTU prof. David Gurgenidze (right) and the dean of the Faculty of Transportation and Mechanical Engineering of GTU prof. Otar Gelashvili (left)
Participants of the meeting at Akaki Tsereteli State University (from left to right): dean of the Faculty of Technical Engineering, prof. Omar Kikvidze; prof. Pridon Gogiashvili; prof. Aleksander Sładkowski; rector prof. Roland Kopaliani; vice-rector Shalva Kirtadze
Meetings were also held with the leadership of the R. Dvali Institute of Machine Mechanics of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, professors Tamaz Natriashvili (Director of the Institute), Revaz Kavtaradze, Merab Glonti, Giorgi Tumanishvili and others. Issues of joint scientific research, participation in conferences and publications in scientific journals were discussed. In spare time also managed to get acquainted with the richest history and culture of Georgia.
Visit to the Shio-Mgvime Monastery together with colleagues from GTU