**Georgian-German Algebra and Topology Partner Group**

The Georgian-German Algebra and Topology Partner Group is based on the collaboration between Universities of Germany on the one hand, the Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (http://rmi.acnet.ge) on the other hand.

The Georgian-German Partner Group is consisting of Georgian and German leading researchers in the field.

**Head of the Georgian-German Algebra and Topology Partner Group – **

Prof. Hvedri Inassaridze – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (hvedri-at-rmi.acnet.ge, inassari-at-gmail.com)

**Members:**

Dr. Malkhaz Bakuradze – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (maxo-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Guram Donadze – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (donad-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Prof. David Green – Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (green-at-minet.uni-jena.de)

Prof. Jens Hornbostel – University of Bonn, Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (jens.hornbostel-at-hcm.uni-bonn.de)

Prof. Nick Inassaridze – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (inas-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Dr. Tamaz Kandelaki – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (kandel-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Prof. George Khimshiashvili – A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (khimsh-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Dr. Emzar Khmaladze – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (khmal-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Dr. Bachuki Mesablishvili – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (bachi-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Prof. Ralf Meyer – University of Goettingen (rameyer-at-uni-math.gwdg.de)

Prof. Birgit Richter – University of Hamburg (fmfv002-at-math.uni-hamburg.de)

Prof. Gerhard Roehrle – University of Bochum (gerhard.roehrle-at-ruhr-uni-bochum.de)

Prof. Samson Saneblidze – A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (sane-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

Prof. Thomas Schick – University of Goettingen, Courant Research Centre “Higher Order Structures in Mathematics” (schick-at-uni-math.gwdg.de)

Prof. Rainer Vogt – University of Osnabrueck (rainer-at-mathematik.uni-osnabrueck.de)

Dr.Christian Voigt – University of Muenster (cvoigt-at-math.uni-muenster.de)

Prof. Robert Wisbauer – Heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf (wisbauer-at-math.uni-dusseldorf.de)

Dr. Dali Zangurashvili – Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute (dalizan-at-rmi.acnet.ge)

The Georgian-German Partner Group is located at the Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences. The Georgian-German Partner Group will have close collaboration with A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute and with the Tbilisi State University (http://www.tsu.edu.ge) on education and research.

**Aims of the Georgian-German Algebra and Topology Partner Group**

To contribute to the further successful development of pure mathematics (and its applications) in Georgia.

To stimulate the scientific cooperation between Georgian and German mathematicians.

To help the Tbilisi State University by fostering and developing in students of the University a fundamental understanding and a deep knowledge of basic fields of mathematics, by offering courses and special seminars for students in various disciplines of mathematics, particularly in algebra and topology.

To work on joint research projects devoted to modern topics of mathematics (particularly to Homotopical Algebra, K-Theory, Homotopy Theory, Non-Commutative Geometry, and Group, Module and Ring Theories as well) enhanced by mutual scientific visits.

To organize international workshops, seminars and conferences in algebra and topology with the participation of leading experts from European and US Universities.

To establish and develop scientific contacts with German Universities and other European Universities as well.

To provide Master and Doctoral programs in mathematics and the PhD defense procedure for the Tbilisi State University.

To be enlarged and extended to Georgian-German Research Institute for Mathematics.