The Technical University of Moldova has awarded its best graduates, the 10 valedictorians of the year 2019.
Graduate of the Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Urbanism and Architecture, currently general manager of an enterprise where more than 2500 employees exert over 90 complex professions, Dorin CIORNÎI, believes that the Republic of Moldova will always need quality engineers: UTM is the core pillar of training some of the most professional engineers and keeps up with this standard, spreading its fame all over the world. Engineers create the Future! “
Researchers of the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering of the Faculty of Computer Science, Informatics and Microelectronics, Vasile POSTICA, PhD student, third year, winner of the BCR scholarship “Bursa Speranței” (2017) and of the nominal scholarship “Sergiu Rădăuţan” (2018-2019) of the Government of Moldova, under the guidance of univ. prof. dr. hab. Oleg LUPAN, director of the Center for Nanotechnologies and Nanosensors, UTM, in collaboration with scientists from AȘM, University of Kiel, Germany, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany, and the Institute of Solid State Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, designed, manufactured and researched a nanosensor based on an Aerographite hybrid microtube, including a thin layer of CdTe. The results of this scientific paper have been published in one of the most prestigious scientific journals – “Nanotechnology” in England, with impact factor 3.4, DOI: 10.1088 / 1361-6528 / aaf0e7. Following an international competition, the results of the paper, along with the names of the authors, were selected for the front cover of the magazine “Nanotechnology”.
Today, on the 1st of July 2019, the Technical University of Moldova received a visit from the participants of the 9th edition of the International Scientific Conference “Amorphous and Nano-structured Chalcogenides (ANC-9)”, organized in cooperation with two major institutions in the field – The National Institute of Physics of Materials and the Institute of Virtual Physics, both in Romania.
The International Exhibition “Inventica 2019”, organized by the National Institute of Inventions at the Technical University “Gheorghe Asachi” in Iasi (TUIASI) took place in the Hall of Passover Lost in Copou, between 26-28 June, Iași.