Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering



Head of the Department
Associate Professor, PhD in Technique



Address: 9/7, Studentilor str., block of study nr. 3
Tel: +373 22 50-99-15

In a rapidly moving digital world, the role of computing and its impact on our day-to-day lives is significant. New, emerging and innovative computer technologies are constantly appearing, with software engineers, systems developers, programmers and analysts playing a critical role in their creation and development.

With more than 45 years of successful teaching, our Computer Science and Systems Engineering department focuses on modern approaches to software systems development, teaching both the theoretical and practical skills needed to understand programming language concepts, software design methods, secure web systems, computer architecture and computer networks.

Research directions:

Distributed and concurrent data processing. Specification, modelling, analysing and design of reconfigurable real-time systems, Synthesis and modelling of parallel and distributed computer architectures for real-time data processing; Methods, models and algorithms for real-time data acquisition and processing and functional testing of printed circuit boards.

Petri Nets formalism. Specification, modelling, analysing and design of digital systems based on Petri net formalism for real time control in robotics, technological and industrial processes; Design environment that support synthesis, modelling and validation of a control system with concurrent data processing based on Petri net model, performance analysis and translation of this model into HDL code that allows control system configuration into FPGA or CPLD circuits;

Security. Modelling and testing of IPS / IDS intrusion identification models and algorithms based on Artificial Immune Systems. Data protection in Internet of Things (IoT) systems.

Intelligent and multi-agent systems. Modelling and synthesis of intelligent and multi-agent systems; Development of new models and decision-making algorithms based on microcontrollers with concurrent data processing for application in multi-agent systems and multi-robot systems to solve complex problems.

Cognitive systems. Methods, models, techniques and algorithms for the implementation of specialized processors with cognitive properties capable of changing over time the architecture and set of rules. Modeling and implementation of knowledge-based systems.

Robotics. Models and algorithms for navigation of mobile robots based on wireless sensor networks. Application of artificial intelligence algorithms for multi-robot systems.

Natural Language Processing. Statistical methods of text processing; corpus linguistics; syntactic annotation; machine learning; text classification; sentiment analysis; associative lexicons;

Educational Software in universities in the areas of exact and natural sciences curriculum. Includes:

  • Methodological benchmarks of educational software development and implementation.
  • Virtual Learning Technologies. E.g. Virtual classroom in the digital age: concept, product and applicability. 

Examples of National Projects

  1. Methods and technologies of modelling, verification and implementation of computer systems with concurrent data processing (2006-2011).
  2. Development and implementation of intelligent technologies for microwire parameters measurement and casting process control (2008-2009).

The main objective of the project was the development of the intelligent measurement techniques of the microwire parameters in a dynamic mode and in the control of the casting process. The goal of the project was to increase the quality of the microwire and the labour productivity of the operators. Work included designing and building an advanced system for measuring wire parameters, development of algorithms for on-line image processing of the droplet and building the mathematical model of the droplet. A three-dimensional model of the microwire casting with insulated glass was also produced.

  1. Methods and advanced technology design and development of reconfigurable computing applications (2011-2014).

The research carried out within the project enabled automation of the design and implementation of a specialized processor with real-time reconfigurable architecture based on FPGA circuits. To achieve this goal, a method of synthesis of control systems (specialized processors) with reconfigurable architecture based on the implementation of the Hardware Petri Net (HPN) model working with FPGA circuits was proposed and developed. For the specification and modelling of the specialized processor, a synchronous reconfigurable temporised HPN was developed which enabled using the design of the logical description of the computer system architecture for the direct implementation of the HPN model in the reconfigurable hardware architecture. The proposed method, based on the direct mapping of the Petri net models (HPN) into reconfigurable circuits, enables reduced algorithmic complexity and a transparent correspondence between the elements of the initial specification and the components of the resulting circuit.

  1. Models, methods and interfaces for the management and optimization of intelligent manufacturing systems (2015-2019)

The objective of the project was the development of new models and methods that can contribute to intelligent products design. The following scientific results were obtained within the project:

  • New models and methods for LN processing that can be used in human-machine interfaces for structured data sources;
  • New methods and algorithms for complex technical systems managing;
  • Definition of a new class of generalized half-Markovian and fuzzy Petri nets (GMF) with reconfigurable automation that enables performing both the functional verification and the performance evaluation of the discrete-continuous processes of the elaborated systems;
  • A software toolkit was developed for functional verification, animated simulation and performance evaluation of systems designed using descriptive-restructuring GMF models;
  • New improved models for the analysis and optimization of intelligent production systems;
  • New methods and techniques for planning manufacturing systems based on the theory of reservation tables.


Examples of International Projects

  1. Cyber Defence Laboratory at Technical University of Moldova” within the NATO SPS Programme

Period: 2016-2017


  • European Cyber Security Initiative, Estonia
  • CERT-GOV-MD, Moldova
  • Romanian CERT, Romania

The objective of the project was to ensure that the Technical University of Moldova obtained internationally recognized know-how in the setting-up and implementation of a state-of-the-art cyber security laboratory and receive specially tailored training in cyber incident management. This laboratory is essential for developing human competencies among relevant IT personnel of both the University and responsible agencies to counter technically sophisticated cyber threats. Several directions of activity are provided within the laboratory:

  • Training of ICT personnel from Moldovan organizations and agencies in order to manage cyber incidents and create relevant competences to counter technically sophisticated cyber threats;
  • Use of the laboratory equipment in the educational process at TUM;
  • Scientific research in the field of cyber security and cyber infrastructure protection;
  • Cyber security exercises, both nationally and internationally, which provide simulations of cyber-attacks and have the purpose of testing procedures and capabilities to deal with network dangers at technical (detection, investigation and mitigation of incidents), operational (warning, crisis assessment, coordination, analysis and exchange of information at operational level) and strategic (decision making, political impact and public affairs) levels.
  1. Moldova-Ukraine bilateral project Distributed sensor networks with reconfigurable computing nodes,

Period: 2014-2015

Development of a reconfigurable hardware-software platform and universal computing nodes, to ensure the optimization of the architecture and topology of the sensor network.

The following scientific results were obtained within the project:

  • Universal sensor modules, as components of the distributed sensor network with the possibility of real-time reconfiguration;
  • New topologies of the sensor network with real time reconfigurable architecture;
  • New methods for universal sensor modules testing;
  • New algorithms and methods for modelling, designing and direct mapping of nodes in reconfigurable hardware architectures (FPGAs).
  1. Erasmus+ Project N° 573901-EPP-1-2016-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP LMPI Establishing Bachelors and Masters’ degrees in the development, administration, management and protection of computer systems and information networks at enterprises from Moldova, Kazakhstan, Vietnam-LMPI

Period: 2017-2019

Companies with which we collaborate:

  1. C.S. Endava S.R.L.,
  2. Pentalog CHI S.R.L.,
  3. Amdaris,
  4. Eliation,
  5. Allied Testing,
  6. Arobs Software,
  7. IAWInternationale Akademie,
  8. ICG Engineering
  9. Simpals,
  10. Moldcell,
  11. Orange,
  12. Unite,

Examples of Participation in international conferences:

  1. International Conference on Development and Application Systems, Suceava, ROMANIA: DAS-2018, DAS-2016, DAS-2014, DAS-2012, DAS-2010, DAS-2008, DAS-2006, DAS-2004, DAS-2002:
  2. International Conference on Microelectronics and Computer Sciences, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova:  ICMCS-2017, ICMCS-2014, ICMCS-2011, ICMCS-2009, ICMCS-2007, ICMCS-2005;
  3. International Conference “Telecommunications, Electronics and Informatics”, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova ICTEI-2015, ICTEI-2017, ICTEI-2019;
  4. International Conference and Exhibition on Electromechanical and Energy Systems, Craiova, Romania – SIELMEN-2015, SIELMEN-2017, SIELMEN-2019.
  5. International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications, IDAACA-2015, 24-26 September 2015, Warsaw, Poland
  6. Syntactic Parser for Old and Regional Romanian. DATECH conference, May 2019, Brussels, Begium, 2019;
  7. International conference “Linguistic Resources and Tools for processing the Romanian Langiage”, Iași, România, 2018.
  8. The XVIIth National Conference – CNIV, Alba-Iulia, Romania, 25-26 October, 2019. SECTION C: Software in the preuniversity learning. Projects and Applications. University from București & National Colege “Mihai Eminescu” from Satu Mare.
  9. The-14th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON VIRTUAL LEARNING. România, Satul Mare. Section A: Methodologies, Virtual Learning Technologies and Virtual Reality – implementation and applications. University from București & National Colege “Mihai Eminescu” from Satu Mare. October 25-26, 2019.
  10. International Conference Language Technologies for All (LT4All): Enabling Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism Worldwide, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, 2019 

13th February 2020, Edited by Michael Remes, EFPC

For H2020 and other EU funding opportunities, please contact Prof. Michael Remes