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SERGHEI ANDRONIC

Dean of the faculty
Associate professor, Ph.D. in technical sciences

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address: 168, Ştefan cel Mare bd., block of study nr. 1
Tel: +373 22 23-52-36
E-mail: serghei.andronic@fimet.utm.md

 

 

I. GENERAL INFORMATION

The faculty of Radioelectronics was founded in 1987 on June the 4th – according to the Rector’s order No. 228-/r of June 4, 1987, as a result of division of the Faculty of Electrophysics.

In 2013 it was renamed into the Faculty of Engineering and Management in Electronics and Telecommunications (FEMET).

In 1997 there was organized a new department called Optoelectronic Systems Department (OSD) – currently Optoelectronic Systems and Networks Communications Department (OSNCD).

In 1999 there was opened the specialty of Telecommunications Engineering and Management (TEM).

In 2004 the students of Academy of Telecommunications and Informatics were transferred to TUM, FEMET according to the order No.217 from l0 May 2004 of the Ministry of Education of RM. This led to a substantial increase of the quota of students at the faculty.

FEMET graduates are operating as:

  • CEOs of various companies,
  • CFOs,
  • technical directors,
  • operation and maintenance department chiefs,
  • wiring and development department chiefs,
  • heads of communications networks department in banking,
  • manager coordinators,
  • sales managers and products and services development administrators,
  • key specialists,
  • engineer coordinators, etc.

 

II. STRUCTURE OF THE FACULTY

  • The Department of Physics
  • The Department of Telecommunications
  • The Department of Optoelectronic Systems and Networks Communications
  • The Department of Electronic Systems and Devices
  • Department of Radiocommunications
  • Laboratory of Micro-Optoelectronics
  • Laboratory of Optical Spectroscopy and Optical Communications

 

III. THE TEACHING STAFF

There are over 80 members of the academic staff, including 7 professors, PhDs, 34 associate professors, doctors, 24 senior lecturers, 4 university lecturers, 11 assistant lecturers activating at the faculty.

 

IV. STUDY PROGRAMMES

Cycle I, License:

4 years – full-time

5 years – part-time

 

Electronics

Optoelectronic systems

Teleradiocommunications

Engineering and Management in Telecommunications

Cycle II Master Degree Studies

(1.5 years)

Electronic Systems and Communications

Maintenance and Management of Telecommunication Network

 

Cycle III,

Doctoral studies

3 years – full-time

4 years – part-time

 

Semiconductors physics and engineering

Theoretical Physics and Mathematics

Devices, systems and methods of measurement, information, control and diagnosis (of branches)

Systems, networks and telecommunication devices

Elements and devices of computers and control systems

Computers, computer systems and networks

The application of computer technology, mathematical modelling in scientific research

Economy and Management in Teleradiocommunications

Postgraduate retraining

(Second degree – getting a second university degree):

 

Evaluation of the property

Property rights

Cadastre

Design, consolidation and building rehabilitation

Modern technologies in construction

Geotechnics (Protection of real estate property against natural disasters)

 

V. STUDENTS

There are approximately 950 students currently attending classes at faculty, where 600 students are in full-time education and 350 students in part-time education; over 75% of the students get state funding scholarship.

Annually students participate in the competition of getting prestigious merit scholarships like „The scholarship of the Republic” and „The scholarship of the Government”, which they often win.

A particular interest is shown into The Moldcell Scholarship competition, organized by Î.M. Moldcell S.A. In addition to the scholarship, Moldcell offers an internship to the winners.

There are 9 students at the faculty who benefitted from one semester or one year university scholarship from Erasmus Mundus mobility projects EuroEast, Erasmus Mundus and Project INFINITY EWENT at the following universities in East-West Europe:

  • Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
  • Technical University of Ostrava, Cheque Republic
  • Aalto University, Finland
  • Politechnica di Torino, Italy
  • Technical University from Warsaw, Poland.

Annually, dozens of students at the faculty prove excellent results in scientific research, participating at the “Technical Scientific Conference of Teaching Staff, PhD candidates and students” held at TUM, and at the International Conference „Telecommunications, Electronics and Informatics”. (http://www.ictei.utm.md/).

 

VI. MATERIAL AND TECHNICAL BASE

Some research laboratories were equipped with modern equipment with material support from private organizations from Republic of Moldova and from abroad. The faculty maintains with them close working relationships. Among these can be mentioned:

  1. CISCO TUM Academy (RENAM Association);
  2. Mobile Communications (Î.M. Moldcell S.A.);
  3. Communication Networks (International Union of Telecommunications);
  4. Advanced Technologies in Telecommunications (S.A. Moldtelecom);
  5. Digital Television (Î.S. Radiocomunicaţii).

 

VII. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Besides academic activities, the faculty departments perform scientific research. Basic scientific research areas are:

  • The Micro – Optoelectronics lab is conducting research in the field of optical radiation sensors, gas sensors, optoelectronic systems for optical fibre communication and atmosphere, micro-optoelectronic devices and special medical purpose.
  • Within departments of Physics and Telecommunications, fundamental research is carried out into semiconductor lasers based on semiconductor and micro-optoelectronic devices.
  • within departments of Optoelectronic Systems and Networks Communications and Radiocommunication is carried out research on developing structures for communications systems and processing optical information, developing algorithms and optimization methods, models and the operation of communications networks analysis, development of methods and devices for reducing action on field of mobile communications beneficiaries.

The results of the researches enjoy international scientific recognition, being awarded with diplomas and prizes of Academies of Sciences from Romania, USA, Ukraine, Belarus, with the State Prize of the Republic of Moldova in science. The results are used in training, thus improving the quality of education.

 

VIII. THE GRADUATES

Since the foundation of the faculty (1987) until now there graduated 6755 engineers all in all.

Our graduates have the opportunity to be employed in most enterprises, Moldovan state and private organizations such as Moldtelecom S.A., SE Registru, Î.S. Radiocomunicaţii, Ministry of Domestic Affairs, Security Service of the MDA, Î.M. “Plant TOPAZ” S.A., Customs Service, Information Security Service, National Center for Data Protection, National Center for Radio, National Center for Sustainable Development, Î.M. Moldcell S.A., Orange S.A., Starnet S.R.L., and others. The employment rate in service in the first year after graduation is 70-80%.

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Faculty of Engineering and Management in Electronics and Telecommunications