sudacevschi

 

VIORICA SUDACEVSCHI

Head of the Department
Associate Professor, PhD in Technique

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address: 9/7, Studentilor str., block of study nr. 3
Tel: +373 22 50-99-15
E-mail:

 

 

I. GENERAL INFORMATION

The Department of Computers (the original title – “Computing Machines”) was established in the autumn of 1974 by the division of the Department of Automation and Computing Machines into the Department of Automation and Department of Computing Machines. Later, in 1990, there was a new division of the department in one of profile – Department of Computing Machine and another, a general one – Department of Computing Mathematics and Programming. In 2005 Department of Computing Machines obtained its present name – Department of Computers of the Technical University of Moldova. The founder and first head of the chair was univ. prof., PhD. Severin ROTARI (1974-1986, 1994-1995). Later this position was occupied by assoc. prof., PhD. Vasile GASCA (1995-2005),. univ. prof, dr.hab. Emilian GUTULEAC (2005-2015). From July 2015, the Department is headed by assoc. Prof., Dr. Viorica SUDACEVSCHI. In 2016 Department of Computers obtained its present name – Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering.

With a tradition of over 40 years, the Department prepares competitive specialists on the national and international labor market in Systems Engineering and Computers based on modern study programs, in which the theoretical aspects are combined with practical skills. The Department offers programs for Bachelor, Master and PhD at the specialty 526.1 “Computers”, organized with the full-time and reduced attendancy studies for all programs.

Table 1. Key features of the specialty “Computers”

LEVELLICENSE

 (CyCLe I)

MASTERS

 (CyCLe II)

DOCTORATE
Studies duration4 years1,5 years3 years
ESTC study credits240 credits90 credits180 credits
Form of organizationFull-time and reduced attendancy (+1 year)Full-time and reduced attendancyFull-time, reduced attendancy (+1 year)
Registration requirementsThe BAC diploma, college degree, university degreeLicense diploma in the field 526 ” Systems Engineering and computers”Master Diploma
CertificationLicense diplomaMaster DiplomaDr. Diploma
Awarded titleBachelor of EngineeringMaster in EngineeringPhD in Technique

Graduates Fields of Activity

Fields of professional activity of the graduates of Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering cover a wide range of occupations, the basic advantage of the specialty being combining knowledge related to hardware and software aspects of computing systems and their relationship. Graduates can be employed at companies and organizations in the various fields, especially in positions that involve the following activities:

  • Elaboration, implementation, development and maintenance of information systems for different organizations (businesses, companies, banks, etc.); development and database administration, web applications programming; programming the applications in real-time;
  • Designing and administration of computer networks; operation and maintenance of computer systems; assembling and setting of computing machines; technical support; ensuring the functionality of computer components and information security through hardware and software methods;
  • Design, implementation and operation of incorporated systems based on microprocessors, microcontrollers, FPGA and CPLD circuits; programming the industrial applications; design and maintenance of technological lines and computerized production.

II. DIDACTIC-METHODICAL ACTIVITY

A prompt organization and holding of the educational process within the department is of particular importance in the formation of qualified and competent specialists. The factors that determine the main objectives in this field are: increasing the quality of teaching and methodical activities, focusing on competences and needs of the economic environment, alignment to demands of the European standards.

Education plan at the specialty 526.1 “Computers” is at large extent similar to the plans of European and American universities. The plan includes Basic Training Courses (Higher Mathematics, Physics, Mechanics), Common Courses for the profile Electronics or Computer’s domain (Circuits and Electronic Devices, Computer Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics); Theoretical Courses specific to the domain (Systems Modelling, Stochastic Processes, Performance Evaluation), Operating Systems (Windows platforms, Linux, Unix); Languages and Programming Environments (C, C ++, Java, Assembler etc.), Web Programming Techniques and Technologies; Data Transmission and Technologies, Communication Protocols in Networks; Network Design: Architecture, Configuration Management, Security; Internet Applications Design Technologies etc .;

The plan is updated regularly in accordance with the requirements and changes occurring in Computer Science.

Didactic-methodical objectives of the department:

  • Training of engineers to work in the fields of research, design, programming, maintenance and administration of computers, computer systems and computer networks;
  • Postuniversity training through Master and PhD studies of the specialists level advanced and the staff requalification in the field, for the national economy.

The Department pays a special attention to developing and publishing of didactic and methodical materials necessary to ensure the educational process in accordance with standard and educational plan for the specialty “Computers”. For this purpose the titulare department staff have elaborated and published 60 didactic materials for theoretical and practical courses, guide books for year projecting and laboratory projecting, including e-learning format.

 

III. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ACTIVITY

The scientific activity at the Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering is conducted mostly through:

  • Investigations within the scientific research contracts;
  • Investigations within the doctoral themes;
  • Fundamental researches;
  • Technical creativity activities.

The main areas of research within the department are:

  • Verification, security and performance evaluation of computing systems and computer networks,
  • data acquisition and virtual instrumentation,
  • designing, testing and validation of computer systems with reconfigurable architectures,
  • intelligent computing systems,
  • computing systems with concurrent data processing.

Nowadays the majority of department collaborators are involved in institutional and bilateral research projects. The obtained results are presented in publications at various national and international conferences, in journals, monographs, etc. During more than 40 years since its foundation, the department has been published about 1,000 scientific and didactic works, there were registered 35 inventions.

The research directions of the department staff were focused on the most actual problems of computer science. The latest realized projects are:

  • 2014-2015 –Republic of Moldova – Ukraine Bilateral Project “Networks of sensors distributed with reconfigurable computing nodes”, scientific coordinator: univ. prof., dr. hab. Emilian GUTULEAC;
  • 2015-2018 – Institutional Project “Models, methods and interfaces for the management and optimization of intelligent manufacturing systems”, scientific coordinator: associate prof., dr. Sergiu ZAPOROJAN;
  • 2016-2017 –Estonia – Republic of Moldova Bilateral Project “Training Lab and Curriculum for Network Administrators” within NATO program “Science for Peace and Security”, national co-director: associate prof., dr. Viorica SUDACEVSCHI.

At present within the department activate 5 doctors of technical science entitled with the right of doctoral supervisors.

The Department provides doctoral studies in the following specialties:

  • 13.05 – Elements and Devices of Computing Machines and Control Systems.
  • 13.13 – Computers, Computer Systems and Networks.
  • 05.05 – Informational Systems.

A special attention is given to the department student involvement in the scientific research and their preparation to participate in various conferences and technical and scientific competitions. During several years, UTM teams, consisting of students of the specialty “Computers”, won the first places in the following competitions:

  • Annual editions of the International Student Contest “Hard & Soft”, organized by “Stefan cel Mare” University, Suceava, Romania, since 1995;
  • Annual editions of international competition of robotic systems “3L & 3M” FCIM (first edition in 2012);
  • Annual editions of of the International Student Contest “Microelectronic Systems Engineering – Sergiu Radautan” CIM Faculty (first edition – in 2011);
  • Annual editions of of the International Student Contest “Earth Rover” FCIM (first edition in 2011);
  • Exhibition of TUM students creative works ” Creation Opens the Universe “;
  • International Informatics Competitions in Romania, Ukraine and Azerbaijan.

IV. MATERIAL AND TECHNICAL BASE

The Department has two laboratories with local area networks and Internet access that are available to students for laboratory works.

Within the structure of the department there are three specialized research platforms:

  • Scientific and Didactic Laboratory “Severin ROTARU”, founded in 1996;
  • Laboratory for Research and Development in Computer Engineering, founded in 2007;
  • Laboratory of Technical Creativity, designed to prepare students for national and international competitions.

The Department disposes of technical and material resources for laboratory works on the following subjects:

  • Advanced Architectures,
  • Computer Architecture,
  • Basis of Data Transmission,
  • Digital Integrated Circuits, Analogue and of Conversion,
  • Numeric Devices,
  • Software Engineering,
  • Concurrent and Distributed Programming,
  • System and Network Programming,
  • Computer-Aided Design,
  • Design with Programmable Devices,
  • Embedded Systems Design,
  • Design of Computer Networks,
  • Acquisition Systems and Data Processing,
  • Operating Systems and Network Technologies,
  • Microprocessor Systems,
  • Advanced Programming Techniques,
  • Network Technologies,
  • WEB Technologies,
  • Computer Systems Testing.

V. COLLABORATIONS

The Department has collaborative relationships in partnership with the following universities, scientific centers and companies:

  • Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova,
  • Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania,
  • Technical University “Gh. Asachi “Iasi, Romania,
  • “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania,
  • Polytechnic University of Timisoara, Romania,
  • University of Craiova, Romania,
  • “Stefan cel Mare” University, Suceava, Romania,
  • Aviation Institute (Technical University), Moscow, Russia,
  • National Technical University “Polytechnic Institute”, Kiev, Ukraine,
  • University “Joseph Fourier”, Grenoble, France,
  • Lille I University – Sciences et Technologies, France,
  • Endava Moldova Republic,
  • Pentalog, Moldova Republic,
  • Allied Testing, Moldova Republic,
  • Starnet, Moldova Republic,
  • Orange, Moldova Republic.

VI. STRUCTURE OF THE DEPARTMENT

NoName, surnameFunctionE-mail
1Guţuleac Emilianuniv. prof., dr. hab.
2Sudacevschi Vioricahead of the department, dr, associate professor
3Negură Valentindr, associate professor
4Ababii Victordr, associate professor
5Moraru Victordr, associate professor
6Zaporojan Sergiudr, associate professor
7Ţurcanu Iurieassociate professor
8Moraru Vasiledr, associate professor
9Bobicev Victoriadr, associate professor
10Buzurniuc Stepandr, associate professor
11Carcea Liviudr, associate professor
12Kulev Mihaildr, associate professor
13Luchianova Ludmiladr, associate professor
14Falico Nicolaedr, associate professor
15Marusic Galinadr, associate professor
16Maxim Victoriadr, associate professor
17Objelean Nicolaedr, associate professor
18Perebinos Mihaildr, associate professor
19Stadler Luciadr, associate professor
20Tutunaru Eleonoradr, associate professor
21Andrieş Iondr, associate professorion
22Rotaru Liliasenior lecturer
23Calmîcov Igorsenior lecturer
24Ţurcan Anasenior lecturer
25Cărbune Viorelsenior lecturer
26Branişte Rodicasenior lecturer
27Istrati Danielasenior lecturer
28Lazu Victoriasenior lecturer
29Şişianu Alasenior lecturer
30Tărîţă Stelasenior lecturer
31Mihail-Veleşcu Liliasenior lecturer
32Masaliutina Oxanasenior lecturer
33Oşovschi Marianauniv. lecturer
34Plotnic Constantuinuniv. lecturer
35Podubnîi Marinuniv. lecturer
36Anischevici Mariauniv. lecturer
37Loghineschu Dinauniv. lecturer
38Marin Ştefanuniv. lecturer
39Razdorojnaia Olgauniv. lecturer
40Stratulat Cristinauniv. lecturer
41Potlog Mihailuniv. lecturer
42Focşa Petruuniv. lecturer
43Olaru Valentinuniv. lecturer
44Borozan Oleseauniv. lecturer
45Tintiuc Corinauniv. lecturer
46Munteanu Silviauniversity assistant

Non-didactic personnel

 1.Saviliev Antoninahead of lab., engineer cat. I
2.Ursu Eugeniaengineer cat. I
3.Focşa Petruengineer cat. I
4.Munteanu Silviahead of lab.
5.Gheţu Ionengineer cat. I
6.Grigoraş Constantinengineer cat. I
7.Godonoga Octavianengineer cat. I
8.Baban Cristianengineer cat. I
9.Cojocari Mihailengineer cat. I