More than 500 students of high schools and centers of excellence from different localities of the Republic have responded promptly to the initiative of the Technical University of Moldova, which for several years has been organizing free preparatory courses for the Baccalaureate exams.
At the meeting of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) in Vienna, the Scientific-Technical Subcommittee organized a collateral session on the 7th of February with the theme “Strengthening nanosatellite development capabilities: KiboCUBE opportunities”, under the auspices of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).
11 high schools in Chișinău – “Gaudeamus”, “Mircea Eliade”, “Vasile Vasilache”, “Ginta Latină”, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, “Bogdan Petriceicu Hajdeu”, “Vasile Lupu”, “Vasile Alecsandri”, “Iulia Hașdeu”, “Mihai Eminescu”, “Mircea cel Bătrân” and two others from Ialoveni – “Petre Ştefănucă” and “Andrei Vartic” opened their doors this week for the team of the University Center for Career Information and Guidance (CEGHID) of the Technical University of Moldova.
In the presence of an audience made up of UTM professors, academics, correspondent members, scientific researchers from the Academy of Science, the scientific seminar “Nanotechnologies, new multifunctional materials and electronic devices” assisted, on February 12th, 2020, at the first examination of the doctoral thesis of doctoral student Vasile POSTICA with the topic “SENSORY PROPERTIES OF THE HYBRID STRUCTURES BASED ON METAL OXIDES AND THEIR NETWORKS”, the Doctoral School of Computer Science, Electronic and Energy Engineering, specialty 233.01 Nano-microelectronics and optoelectronics; scientific coord.: PhD, prof. Oleg LUPAN.
Irina GRUMEZA, Andrei PETCO and Cristina EFREMOV are the three deserving doctoral students of the Technical University of Moldova, who will receive the Government Grant of Excellence in 2020, worth 2500 lei. The decision was approved by the members of the Executive Power during a meeting that took place on Wednesday, February 12th, thus recognizing and appreciating their effort, perseverance and innovative spirit, which they have been proving in their research activity.
On the International Day of Girls and Women active in Science, marked throughout the world on February 11th, the news site www.agora.md published an interview with prof. Rodica Sturza, head of the Department of Oenology and Chemistry of the Faculty of Food Technology, UTM, through which she portrayed women in science shoulder to shoulder with men.
Representatives of 6 higher education institutions from the Republic of Moldova (UTM – Technical University of Moldova; USM – State University of Moldova; ASEM – Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova; USMF – State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu”; USARB – “Alecu Russo” State University of Bălți; US Cahul – “BP Hașdeu” State University of Cahul; UASM – State Agricultural University of Moldova) and the head of the Political Directorate in the field of higher education, Ministry of Education, Culture and Research of the Republic Moldova, associate professor, dr. Nadejda VELIȘCO conduct a study visit to the University of Gloucestershire, UK, as part of the Erasmus+ project for Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) – “Moldova Higher Education Leadership and Management” (MHELM).
Between 4th-6th of February, 2020, Livia Nistor-Lopatenco, associate professor, D. Eng., dean of FCGC participated in the launch of the GEOBIZ project – Business driven problem-based learning for academic excellence in geoinformatics.
The workshop “The efficient use of the Moodle platform for the Master’s programs”, held at the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, brought together professors from two departments: DIIS – Computer Science and Systems Engineering and DISA – Software and Automatic Engineering.
The process of transformations at the Technical University of Moldova is constantly ongoing.