The Technical University of Moldova and the Romanian Aeronautical Authority/European Aviation Institute, signed, on Saturday, September 26, 2020, a Memorandum of Understanding and a Cooperation Agreement.
The eagerness of students and teachers to return to the classrooms inspired the collaborators of the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering (DMIB) of the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics (FCIM) to make and assemble plexiglass protection separators in classrooms, with the purpose of preventing the risk of contamination with the Covid-19 virus.
Timid and quiet at first glance, but, according to his professors, worthy of being named the top student of the faculty, Mircea ZUBCU, in his fourth year at the specialty “Industrial Design”, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport, UTM, recently won the Presidential Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The start of the 2020-2021 academic year was marked by multiple changes imposed by the pandemic triggered in March. Elena Guțu, host of the show Obiectiv Comun broadcasted by Tvr Moldova, invited several representatives of the academic environment to a dialogue on how higher education adapts to the conditions of Covid-19.
In today’s meeting, September 23, the Government of the Republic of Moldova approved the lists of the best students of higher education institutions in the Republic of Moldova who, during the academic year 2020-2021, will receive the Republican Scholarship worth 1600 lei, the President’s Scholarship – 1455 lei and Government Scholarship – 1335 lei per month. Among the merit scholarship holders are 8 students of the Technical University of Moldova.
The University Information Center announced the winners of the 24th edition of the Merit Scholarship Program – the country’s best students of the 2019-2020 academic year! Among the 50 young winners, there are 13 students of the Technical University of Moldova: Andrian ANTON, Irina APOSTOL, Adrian BÎRNAZ, Elena EFTODI, Natalia GONCEARU, Nica GRAUR, Mihai JANU, Vladislav KOVALSKII, Ion MALEAR, Nicolai POSMAC, Ion SAMOIL, Mihaela STAMATI (Bachelor cycle) and Ion MANEA (Master’s cycle + integrated studies).
Maxim CONOPLIN, Oleg SARGU and Victor DAMASCHIN are the three engineers who pursued the challenge of developing a conversion kit and transforming one of the most popular cars in Moldova with traditional type of propulsion – Dacia Logan – into a one hundred percent electric car! This became possible thanks to an R&D project, supported by the Technical University of Moldova and carried out within FabLab-Chișinău, part of UTM.
The Technical University of Moldova and implicitly the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics (FCIM) received, on September 17, the visit of the representatives of the Research and Development Center from Iași of the Slovak Cyber Security Solutions Company ESET Iași, Romania (https://www.eset.com/int/) – Ovidiu Andrei CIUBOTARU, director, and Eugen Alexandru IRIMIEA, software engineer.
An automated parking system will be built in the capital. A unique project, which the Chișinău City Hall will implement in collaboration with the Technical University of Moldova. The plans were discussed yesterday with the UTM administration and the Public Property Agency.
“A shorter, but very intense experience, a fruitful challenge both in terms of the results obtained and the feelings I lived” – this is how the student of the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning of the Technical University of Moldova, David CHIRACOSEAN, describes his internship at the Faculty of Architecture “G. M. Cantacuzino” of the “Gh. Asachi” Technical University from Iași, within the Erasmus+ academic exchange program.