Goderdzi Didebulidze

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School of Natural Sciences and Engineering, Associate professor of Atmosphere-Ionosphere physics

Researcher of E. Kharadze Abastumani Astrophysical Observatory, Head of the Atmospheric and space physics research group

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In 1979 he graduated from the faculty of physics at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, with speciality – Physical hydrodynamics. He defended his PhD thesis in the field of linear and nonlinear internal gravity waves in the Earth’s atmosphere and their influence on the nightglow.  He has been a researcher of Abastumani Astrophysical Observatory since 1979: in 1979-1982 – an assistance researcher, in 1983-1992 – a junior scientist-researcher, in 1992-2007 – a senior scientist-researcher, since 2007 – a researcher. Main field of investigation: atmospheric gravity waves and their influence on atmosphere and ionosphere layers, ionospheric sporadic structures, influence of atmospheric waves on the behavior of luminous layers, long-term trends of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere parameters, influence of cosmic factors on cloud covering and its consequence on regional and global climate changes. He is an author more than 45 scientific articles. He was a member of the working group of International Scientific Programms PSMOS (2000-2003 years), CAWSES-2 (2009-20013 years) and at present of the VarSITI (since 2014). Since 2007 he is an associate professor of Ilia State University in the field of the atmosphere-ionosphere physics and the head of the atmospheric and space physics research group.


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  •  Generation of atmospheric waves under various helio-geophysical conditions;
  • Influence of regional and global scale dynamical processes on atmospheric luminous layers;
  •  Influence of earthquakes on the upper atmosphere nightglow intensities;
  •  Modeling of formation of the ionospheric sporadic E layers;
  • Regional characteristics of the lower and upper atmosphere coupling in the Caucasus;
  •  Geomagnetic storms and their influence on the atmosphere-ionosphere coupling;
  •  Influence of galactic cosmic rays flux on the atmosphere structure;
  •  Influence of climate changes on the long-term changes of the atmosphere and ionosphere parameters;
  • Cosmic and anthropogenic factors of the climate change.

About

In 1979 he graduated from the faculty of physics at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, with speciality – Physical hydrodynamics. He defended his PhD thesis in the field of linear and nonlinear internal gravity waves in the Earth’s atmosphere and their influence on the nightglow.  He has been a researcher of Abastumani Astrophysical Observatory since 1979: in 1979-1982 – an assistance researcher, in 1983-1992 – a junior scientist-researcher, in 1992-2007 – a senior scientist-researcher, since 2007 – a researcher. Main field of investigation: atmospheric gravity waves and their influence on atmosphere and ionosphere layers, ionospheric sporadic structures, influence of atmospheric waves on the behavior of luminous layers, long-term trends of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere parameters, influence of cosmic factors on cloud covering and its consequence on regional and global climate changes. He is an author more than 45 scientific articles. He was a member of the working group of International Scientific Programms PSMOS (2000-2003 years), CAWSES-2 (2009-20013 years) and at present of the VarSITI (since 2014). Since 2007 he is an associate professor of Ilia State University in the field of the atmosphere-ionosphere physics and the head of the atmospheric and space physics research group.


Research interests

  •  Generation of atmospheric waves under various helio-geophysical conditions;
  • Influence of regional and global scale dynamical processes on atmospheric luminous layers;
  •  Influence of earthquakes on the upper atmosphere nightglow intensities;
  •  Modeling of formation of the ionospheric sporadic E layers;
  • Regional characteristics of the lower and upper atmosphere coupling in the Caucasus;
  •  Geomagnetic storms and their influence on the atmosphere-ionosphere coupling;
  •  Influence of galactic cosmic rays flux on the atmosphere structure;
  •  Influence of climate changes on the long-term changes of the atmosphere and ionosphere parameters;
  • Cosmic and anthropogenic factors of the climate change.