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Irakli Noselidze
Professor
Head of Natural Science Department
Doctor
Department of Natural Sciences
School of Science and Technology


Education  
- - Doctor - - 12/26/1997
Lomonosov Moscow State University - Physics - - 09/01/1986 - 01/06/1992
Publications  
Google Scholar - https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=NTEXRWEAAAAJ
On the possibility of using two-Coulomb-centre wavefunction basis for quasimolecular calculations - 1995
The Coulomb Spheroidal Wavefunctions: Asymptotic solutions - 1996
The Coulomb Spheroidal Wavefunctions - 1997
The Two-Centre Coulomb Spheroidal Wavefunction - 1997
Asymptotically exact Coulomb spheroidal wavefunctions - 1998
On the Quasistable System of Two Metastable Helium Atoms - 1999
Double ionization of helium-like ions by electron impact: from 8DCS to total cross section - 2000
Differential cross section for double ionization of helium-like ions in 21S and 23S metastable states by electron impact - 2000
Asymptotic behaviour of the total cross section for double ionization of helium-like ions by electrons - 2001
Double ionization of helium-like ions in the metastable states by fast electron - 2001
Total cross section of 21S and 23S metastable states of helium and helium-like ions by fast electrons - 2001
I. Dipole moments of the Z1eZ2 system at different internuclear distances - 2001
II. Dipole moments of the Z1eZ2 system at large internuclear distances - 2001
The quasiradial and quasiangular wave functions of the Z1eZ2 quasimolecule at large internuclear distances - 2001
Reply to Comment on ‘Asymptotic behaviour of the total cross section for double ionization of helium-like ions by electrons - 2002
Electron Impact double ionization of helium-like ions in the metastable states - 2002
Radiative characteristics of the non-symmetrical ionized quasi-molecules Z1eZ2 - 2002
Oscillator strenths of quasimolecules formed by an elecron and two Coulomb centres with charges Z1 and Z2 - 2003
Analytical expressions for two-Coulomb-centre wavefunctions at large internuclear distances - 2003
Total cross section for di of highly charged helium-like ions by electrons - 2003
Radiative Transitions in the Z1eZ2 quasi-molecules - 2004
Polarization measurements in the He+ - N2 collisions - 2004
Dipole transition-matrix elements of the one-electron heterodiatomic quasimolecules - 2005
Behaviour of the total double ionization cross section of helium by electrons at intermediate and high energies - 2005
On the behaviour of the (e, 3e) total cross section for helium at high and intermediate energies - 2005
Absorption profiles of Lyman gamma of atomic hydrogen perturbed by collisions with protons - 2006
Absolute emission cross section of dissociative products in He+−N2,,O2 collisions - 2006
Phase continuity in molecular orbitals: enumeration of zeros in the dipole matrix element - 2007
Quantum interference in thin metal films with ridged surface - 2007
Optical transitions in one-electron quasi-molecules. The influence of the R-dependent dipole transition moments and the trajectories - 2007
Fermi gas energetics in low-dimensional metals of special geometry - 2007
Characteristics of quasi-molecular state interactions - 2008
New study of the quasi-molecular Lyman-γ satellites due to H-H+ collisions - 2009
Quantum state depression in a quantum well of special geometry - 2013
Formation of hydrogen in the early universe: quasi-molecular mechanism of recombination - 2019
Algebraic solution of the problem of two Coulomb centres—the continuous spectrum - 2019
Influence of a quasi-molecular mechanism of recombination on the formation of hydrogen in the early Universe - 2021
Non-standard mechanism of recombination in the early Universe - 2022
Courses  
Analytical and Quantitative Reasoning-MATH1515 (  2021/2022; )
Analytical and Quantitative Reasoning-MATH1414 (  2017/2018; 2018/2019; 2019/2020; 2020/2021; 2021/2022; 2022/2023; )
Antenna theory and design-EENG4129E (  2022/2023; )
Electricity and Magnetism-EENG1205 (  2020/2021; 2021/2022; )
Thermodynamics, waves and optics-EENG2108 (  2021/2022; )
Research project management-EENG7194 (  2019/2020; 2020/2021; 2021/2022; 2022/2023; )
Fundamentals of quantitative research methods-MATH1214 (  2016/2017; 2017/2018; 2018/2019; )
Mechanics-EENG1104 (  2017/2018; 2020/2021; 2021/2022; )
Experiments that changed the world-STEM0003 (  2022/2023; )
Practice 1-EENG4236E (  2020/2021; 2021/2022; )
Practice-EENG4012 (  2020/2021; 2021/2022; )
Bachelor project-EENG4010 (  2020/2021; 2021/2022; 2022/2023; )
Engineering Mathematics I-EENG2101 (  2019/2020; 2020/2021; )
Engineering Mathematics-MATH5114 (  2022/2023; )
Seminar-PHYS5240 (  2017/2018; )
Physics 1 (Mechanics)-EENG1103 (  2017/2018; 2018/2019; 2021/2022; )
Physics 2 (Electricity and Magnetism)-EENG1204 (  2017/2018; 2018/2019; 2019/2020; )
Physics 3 (Thermodynamics, Waves & Optics)-EENG2105E (  2021/2022; )
Fundamentals of Physics-EENG1105 (  2017/2018; 2018/2019; 2019/2020; 2020/2021; 2021/2022; )
Methods of Teaching Physics-PHYS4220 (  2017/2018; 2018/2019; )
Introduction in Technology-INFO3267 (  2017/2018; )
Schedule  
Analytical and Quantitative Reasoning-MATH1414
Research project management-EENG7194
Experiments that changed the world-STEM0003
Bachelor project-EENG4010

Irakli Noselidze - Professor, PhD (Candidate of Phys.Math Sciences at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Master of Sciences at Lomonosov Moscow State University) He is an author of scientific publications; I.Noselidze has longterm research and pedagogical experience in Physics as well as in Science management.






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