Nurbei Gulia is a Russian scientist and inventor in the field of flywheel energy storages, mechanical variators, hybrid vehicle drivetrains; Doctor of Technical Sciences; professor; member of the International Academy of Ecology, member of the Union of Russian Writers. For more than 30 years, Nurbei was actively involved in patenting – on the Supervisory Board and Expert Board of the State Inventions and Discoveries Committee.
Nurbei Gulia was born in Tbilissi, USSR where he later graduated from the Technical University. In 1964 Nurbei Gulia patented the world's first superflywheel: explosion- and rupture-proof flywheel of increased energy capacity. In 1973 Nurbei was awarded Doctor of Technology and from 1977 has worked as a professor in the Moscow State Industrial University, where he continued to work on mechanical energy storages for transport, as well as developed mechanical variators and flywheels for hybrid vehicles.
Dr. Gulia is the author of more than a hundred scientific papers and articles, more than 30 books and other publications. He is the inventor of more than 400 various devices and holds the 2nd place in the ranking of the top “Russian Scientists and Inventors”.