Did you recently graduate from high school or college? Do you have a baccalaureate diploma? Have you already chosen the field in which you want to build a career, and it is in the field of engineering? Congratulations! The Technical University of Moldova, the only engineering inclined institution in the Republic of Moldova, is the best place for you to start your career as an engineer!
The first group of master students from FEIE who benefited from the double diploma program in collaboration with the Faculty of Energetics of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest reached the final stage: defending the master thesis.
During the 24-27th of June, 2019, the Faculty of Informatics of “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania, hosted the ECODAM Summer School of Evolutionary Computing in Optimization and Data Mining, particularly for PhD students interested in optimization techniques and intelligent data analysis.
Univ. prof., dr. hab. Vasile Tronciu, head of the Physics Department, TUM, has been conducting a two-month research visit at the Ferdinand Braun Institute in Berlin, Germany, within the dr. Hans Wenzel group, benefiting from the support of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (www.humboldt-foundation.de).
The walls of the Technical University of Moldova have been transformed into works of art. The two murals were painted by some of the most appreciated graffiti artists in the country and over the Prut, their works being exhibited during the second edition of the Festival of Creative Industries “Moldovan Design Week”.
According to the Double Diploma Agreement established by the Technical University of Moldova (TUM) and “Ștefan cel Mare” University of Suceava, Romania (USV), both our students and those from Romania have the opportunity to study abroad. On June 25th, a group of students from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Public Administration defended their Master’s Theses at TUM.
The ELTECS Regional Scientific and Practical Conference – “Electrotechnical and Computer Systems: Theory and Practice”, held on June 24-26 at the National Polytechnic University of Odessa, has among its participants a team of two researchers from the Institute of Energetics and a PhD student from the Technical University of Moldova.
The delegation of the Technical University of Moldova, formed by Dinu Țurcanu, vice-rector, Dumitru Ciorbă, dean TUM Faculty of Computer Science, Informatics and Microelectronics, Pavel Nicolaev, head of Telecommunications and Electronic Systems Department at TUM, Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications, is making a study visit at Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany, under the Erasmus+ program.
The researchers from the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science, Informatics and Microelectronics, Nicolai ABABII, PhD student, 3rd year, Excellent Scholar as designated by the Government of the Republic of Moldova, 2018-2019, together with Vasili CREŢU, prof., Ph.D., under the guidance of univ. prof., dr. hab. Oleg LUPAN, the director of the Nanotechnology and Nanosensors Center, in collaboration with the University of Kiel, Germany, designed, researched and developed CuO / Cu2O nanowires based acetone sensors with a heterojunction network through 3D printing method in a single stage. The results of this scientific paper have been published in one of the most prestigious scientific journals – “ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces” in the United States, with an impact factor of 8.5, after 3 rounds of reviews of 3 reviewers, forwarded to be selected on the Cover of the Journal.
Within the “Electronic Resources for Moldova” (REM) project, the Scientific Library of TUM offers online access to the InCites database (https://incites.clarivate.com) for the year 2019. The log-in data can be obtained from email@example.com