Vladimer Chavchanidze Institute of Cybernetics of the Georgian Technical University
The Vladimer Chavchanidze Institute of Cybernetics of the Georgian Technical University was founded on October 3, 1960 by the Resolution # 690 of the Council of Ministers of the Georgian SSR in the form of the Institute of Cybernetics of the Georgian Academy of Sciences. Based on Resolution # 58 of the Government of Georgia dated March 16, 2006, the Institute was transformed into a legal entity of public law and renamed into a legal entity of the Institute of Cybernetics. According to the Resolution # 61 of the Government of Georgia of March 2, 2010, the institute was named after its founder, Academician Vladimir Chavchanidze. Based on the Resolution # 185 of the Government of Georgia dated July 9, 2010, the Institute was reorganized as a Structural Unit of the Technical University of Georgia – an independent scientific-research institute.
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