Georgian Doctors of Sciences 1992-200602.02.2015
The Georgian National Academy of Sciences and Georgian Encyclopedia Editorial Board named after Irakli Abashidze issued a book of Georgian Doctors of Sciences 1992-2006 with information about those scientists who defended Doctor of Sciences degree (this is a post-PhD degree) in post-soviet, free Georgia. Among them are our academic staff and invited lecturers:
Doghonadze, Natela – Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences
Teacher of the English and French Languages
Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, specialty – Teaching Methods.
The scientific degree was granted on 4 June 1998 by the Dissertation Board of Tbilisi Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Pedagogy Institute. The Chairman was Prof. I. Kiladze.
Professor’s scientific title was granted by the Academy Board of the Technical University of Georgia In 2000.
Natela Doghonadze’s research thesis: The Problem of Preparation and Application of Teaching-Methodological Complex in English for Adults.
Mylnikov, Aleqsandre – Doctor of Technical Sciences
Doctor of Technical Sciences, specialty – Use of Computational Technics, Mathematical Simulation and Mathematical Methods in scientific researches.
The scientific degree was granted by the Georgian Technical University Dissertation Board on 19 December 2002. The Chairman was Prof. G. Kevanishvili.
Alexander Milnikov’s research thesis: Development of Theoretical Foundations of Computation of Full Spectrum of Multidimensional Oscillatory Systems Eigen Values.
Kikvidze, Zaal – Doctor of Philological Sciences
Doctor of Philological Sciences, specialty – Theory and History of Linguistics
The scientific degree was granted by the Dissertation Board of Arn. Cikobava Institute of Linguistics on 15 March 2005.The Chairman was the Academy Member-correspondent G. Kvaratskhelia.
Zaal Kikvidze’s research thesis: Language in Culture and Culture in Language.
Kiknadze, Tamar – Doctor of Political Sciences
Doctor of Political Sciences, specialty – Theory and History of Political Sciences
The scientific degree was granted on 26 February 2003 at Tbilisi Iv. Javakhishvili State University by the Politics Dissertation Board. The Chairman was Prof. M. Matsaberidze.
Tamar Kiknadze’s research thesis: The Gender Aspect of the Social-Political Transformation of the
Contemporary Society (Georgia in the 80-90s).
Avaliani, Eka – Doctor of Historic Sciences
Doctor of Historic Sciences, specialty – World History
The scientific degree was granted on 26 January 2002 at Tbilisi Iv. Javakhishvili State University by the History Dissertation Board. The Chairman was Prof. Dr. Katsitadze
Eka Avaliani’s research thesis: Formation of the Old Civilization in The Near East and Central Mediterranean World.