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Professor Kartlos Joseph Kachiashvili

MOJ Ecology & Environmental Sciences
Tbilisi State University

Research Interest

Mathematical Statistics; Data Analysis (Environmental, Agricultural and Medical);Mathematical Mo­deling and Simulation (Environmental Water Pollution); New Computer Technologies Development; System Analysis (Environmental Water Pollution); Com­pu­ting Mathematics.


Kartlos Joseph Kachiashvili was born 23, December 1950 in city Gurdjaani, Georgia. He was completed school with Gold Medal in 1967. He was completed Georgian Polytechnic Institute in 1972 specialty “Electronic computing Machinery” (Diploma with Honours). In 1977 he was completed post-graduate course at the Moscow Energy Institute, chair of ap­plied mathematics. He has the following scientific degrees: Candidate of Technical Sciences (1978) (Speciality: “Tech­nical Cybernetics and Information Theory”), Doctor of Sciences (1990) (Specialities: “Appli­ca­tion of computer sci­ence tech­niques, mathematical simulation and mathematical methods in rese­arch” and “Instruments and Methods for controlling the natural envi­ronment, substances, materials and goods”). Science 1972 up to day he works in different scientific-research institutes and Universities in Georgia, Russia, Pakistan on the following positions: engineer, scientific worker, chief of laboratory, chief of department, head of National Center, rector, professor. He read the lectures in the Universities: Moscow Energy Institute (Russian Federation), Georgian Technical University (Georgia), Tbilisi State University (Georgia), Tbilisi State University of Economic Relationshipes (Georgia), Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences of GC Univer­sity Lahore (Pakistan), International Black Sea University (Georgia). Since 1993 He is member of International Academy of Computer Science and Systems. He is secretary-academician of Georgian branch of this Academy. He is member of the Editorial Board of five international scientific journals. He has 198 published scientific works, among them six monographs, three text-books for University students and one brochure.