The conditions created by the pandemic cannot become a barrier in carrying out the activities planned within the Jean Monnet Module project – EU4SID. On Thursday, May 14th, 2020, the webinar “Achievements and perspectives of sustainable industrial development in the context of European integration,” organized by the Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business of the Technical University of Moldova, hosted about 60 participants.
Victor RAŢOI is a graduate of the Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Department of Roads, Materials and Machinery for Construction, study program “Railways, Roads and Bridges”, class of 2018. Recently, he completed his Master’s studies at FUA-UTM, within the Department of Transport Infrastructure Engineering study program “Roads, materials and mechanization in constructions”, class of 2020.
In the time coming, UTM will implement two projects with the support of AUF: one referring to the training of language skills, and the second to the training of digital skills of teachers.
The COVID-19 pandemic generated multiple social and economic problems, instigating the need for new and creative approaches. In this context, the EBRD Representation in the Republic of Moldova, with the support of the European Union, organized several webinars, in which various alternatives and solutions for SMEs were presented.
Graduate of the Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Technology and Management in Food Industry (today – Faculty of Food Technology), class of 2007, works at the Confectionery Factory in Chișinău SA “Bucuria” – the largest and only company in the Republic of Moldova specialized in the production of all types of sugary confectionery, chocolate and chocolate products.
What are microchips? How and why could they be implanted in humans? How are they used in developed countries? And what would that have to do with 5G technology and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic? The moderators of the show Bună Dimineaţa (Good Morning) broadcast by the TV station Moldova1 together with their guest – Dinu ȚURCANU, Vice-Rector for Informatization, Partnerships, Institutional Image and Communication, intend to destroy the myths about microchips.
The Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business of UTM invites you to participate in the webinar “Achievements and perspectives of sustainable industrial development in the context of European integration”, which will take place on May 14th, starting at 1:00 pm, within the Jean Monnet Module project “Sustainable Industrial Development in the Context of European Integration” – EU4SID.
A study of the bibliometric indicators of researchers with affiliations in the Republic of Moldova with 10 or more publications in the Web of Science (WoS) database, published yesterday by PhD Gheorghe CUCIUREANU, head of ANACEC department, highlights the scientific performance of 78 scientific researchers (currently active) in 15 institutions in the Republic of Moldova (7 research institutes and 6 universities), among which there are 9 well-known researchers representing the Technical University of Moldova.
Passionate about fashion and art, Marinela DRĂGAN had the happy opportunity to become part of the Faculty of Textiles and Polygraphy at Technical University of Moldova, choosing from the varied range of #UTMstudies programs, promoted diligently by the Career Information and Guidance Center – CEGHID.
May is a very strenuous month for students, as it marks the beginning of the preliminary Bachelor thesis defense period – on which depends whether or not the student will be admitted to the actual defense session in June. The pandemic requires both stages to be conducted online. How will the sessions take place and what are the new tools implemented at the Technical University of Moldova that will assure an agreeable, efficient and practical process?