Irina APOSTOL is very close to reaching her goal of becoming an engineer. Four years ago, she chose to study at the Technical University of Moldova, at the Faculty of Power and Electrical Engineering, wanting to embrace a modern specialty that is in high demand and offers her a secure future here, at home.
Within the Nanotechnologies and Nanosensors Center of the Technical University of Moldova, new laboratory equipment for measuring and supplying electrical quantities, worth over 1 million lei, was purchased. The valuable acquisition is due to the selection of UTM as a partner in the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) project G5634 “Advanced Electro-Optical Chemical Sensors” AMOXES, https://amoxes.unibs.it by the University of Brescia – Università degli Studi di Brescia.
The “Performance in Education and Research” Award, 11 gold medals, 6 – silver, 9 – bronze and 3 Diplomas of Excellence were earned by the researchers and inventors of the Technical University of Moldova at the 12th edition of the European Exhibition “EUROINVENT 2020”, held between May 21-23, at the Palace of Culture in Iași.
Ana CIOBANU, graduate of the Bachelor’s program “Law” (2018) and the Master’s program “Cadastre and Real Estate Development” (2020), brings us a number of arguments to why you should choose Law studies at the Faculty of Construction, Geodesy and Cadastre, Technical University in Moldova.
“Introduction to IT security” is one of the 6 optional courses in Computer Science, for which the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research of the Republic of Moldova has ordered the establishment of working groups for curriculum development, but also course materials for teacher staff training, according to art. 40 of the Education Code, for the diversification of the curricular content.
At the Technical University of Moldova, information technologies switched around the circumstances initially imposed by the quarantine of COVID-19.
Sergiu ISTRATI, a graduate of the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications, sends us greetings from Düsseldorf, Germany, from the headquarters of the famous company Huawei Technologies Deutschland GmbH, where he works as a Project Manager.
Today, May 19th, 2020, the General Assembly of the members of the Faculty Councils and of the representatives of the student-members of the Senate and of the Councils of the Faculties of UTM, elected, through secret ballot, two members of the Council for Institutional Strategic Development (CDSI) of the Technical University of Moldova from among the teaching staff of UTM.
The training seminar “Development of the university strategy in the regional perspective” takes place between 18 and 22 May 2020, with the support of the German project partner – ISOB (Institut für sozialwissenschaftliche Beratung GmbH).
Over 160 academics participated today in the General Assembly of the members of the faculty councils, of the representatives of the student-members of the Senate and of the faculty councils of the Technical University of Moldova.