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Georgian Technical University

Georgian Technical University  is the main and largest technical university of Georgia. It is located in the capital city of Tbilisi. A university building viewed from overhead resembles the hammer and sickle form.
Georgian Technical University was founded in 1922 as a polytechnic faculty of the Tbilisi State University. The first lecture was read by the world famous Georgian mathematician Professor Andria Razmadze. Transformed in 1928 into an independent "Georgian Polytechnic Institute" it achieved University status by 1990.
Georgian Technical University currently has more than 12,000 students and around 1,500 faculty and staff members. Major faculties of the university are Civil Engineering, Power Engineering and Telecommunication, Mining and Geology, Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Architecture, Urban planning and Design, Informatics and Control System, Transportation and Machine-Building and Humanitarian-Social.

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Association of Professional Chemists of Georgia

Association of Professional Chemists of Georgia has been  founded in 2009. The main goal of association's activity is promotion of chemistry, education and chemical technology in Georgia, popularization scientific  and engineering achievements, assistance of chemists and chemical engineers, etc.

APCG actively participates in organizing conferences and scientific events as a partner or sponsor.

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