A nine-meter diameter Protective Aluminum Structures are being manufactured by the Georgian Technical University, intended for the Atlas experiment at the European Center for Nuclear Studies (CERN). The constructions are made on the industrial base of Elita-Burji plant. Furthermore, the design and the entire manufacturing procedure is carried out according to the ISO international standards. Today, an important part of the construction will be first sent to Geneva, where the structure will receive its final touches.
Mikheil Chkhenkeli - the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia has become an honorary member of the Academia Europaea.
The European Academy was creating in 1988 by the Initiative of the Royal Society of Great Britain, in collaboration with other Academies in Europe. It combines eminent scholars from all over the world and covers entirely all directions of research.
Mikheil Chkhenkeli - Minister of Education and Science of Georgia and Mariam Jashi – a Chairman of Education, Science and Culture Committee of Georgian Parliament held a meeting with the Director of European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) - Fabiola Gianotti.
The Minister of Education and Science of Georgia - Mikheil Chkhenkeli and the Chairman of the Education, Science and Culture Committee of Georgian Parliament - Mariam Jashi met with Georgian scientists and students participating in CERN experiments.