Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, an “Advanced Research and Education” awarded university (by Order of the Ministry of National Education no 5262/September 5th, 2011), is today a tertiary education institution having a long-standing tradition as well as national and international recognition.

The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca comprises twelve faculties in the two academic centres, Cluj-Napoca and Baia Mare, and programme locations in Alba-Iulia, Bistrita, Satu Mare and Zalau. The educational offer, aligned to the Bologna system, includes bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs, as well as life-long learning programs. These cover a wide range of domains, from engineering, architecture, fundamental sciences, to social sciences, humanities and arts. In addition to these, the Department for Continuing Education, Distance Learning and Reduced Frequency Learning organizes and conducts life-long learning activities and programs, postgraduate courses, continuous professional development programs and courses, or custom-tailored courses based on occupational standards.

With a strong belief in the value of international exchanges, The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca has currently over 400 inter-university collaboration agreements and has carried out a large number of student mobilities. Opening up towards the European and global education and research, a steady process of internationalization is one of the major objectives of the university.

Alongside quality education, research is a main priority in the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. There are numerous research structures, from groups and laboratories to research centers and platforms, in all faculties of the university.

Open research directions are oriented towards global priorities and perspectives: from the Information and communications technology to Renewable Energy and Ecology; from superconductivity, spintronics and nanomaterials, to management and robotics; from mechatronics and electrical engineering to the automobile and the home of the future, or to urbanism and society.

TEAM MEMBERS

Lucian Busoniu,

UTC Principal Investigator

Tassos Natsakis

Researcher In Hardware Design and Robotics

Stefan Pirje

Research Engineer in Mapping and Localization

Levente Tamas

Researcher In Mapping and Localization

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