Departments

Bases of Electronics Department

 

The Basses of Electronics Department is the organiser of undergraduate studies domains Applied Electronics (English section) and Engineering Economics in the Electrical, Electronic and Energetic domain, as well as of Master’s specialisation Circuits and Integrated Systems. The activity of the department's members is mainly addressed to students of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, undergraduate, master and doctorate levels, in the field of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications.

 

The Department covers the basic disciplines: Electronic Devices, Fundamental Electronic Circuits, Signal Theory, Circuit Analysis and Synthesis, Integrated Digital and Analog Circuits, Optoelectronics, as well as specialized disciplines:Digital and Analog VLSI Circuits, Numerical Processing Signals, Linear and Nonlinear Electronic Circuits, Adaptive Filters, Computational Intelligence Techniques, Optical Fiber Communications, FPGA Systems, Applied Statistics, Intelligent Decision Support Systems, Quality Management, Energy Management, Logistics Management, etc.

 

Besides the educational activity, the members of the department are involved in national and international research, academic and institutional development projects. In this way, teaching professionals, PhD students and students in the last year participate in researches, collaborations, experience exchanges and intensive courses, with prestigious partner universities in Germany, Finland, Austria, Great Britain, Ireland or Spain.

 

 

 

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Communications Department 

 

The Communications Department is the organiser of undergraduate studies with major in Technologies and Telecommunication Systems (Romanian and English sections), as well as of Master's specialisations of Telecommunications, Multimedia Technologies, Integrated Communication Systems with Special Applications and Signal and Image Processing (in French). The activity of the department's members is mainly addressed to students of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, undergraduate, master and doctorate levels, in the field of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications.
The Department covers the fundamental disciplines: Algorithms and Programming Techniques, Microwaves, as well as specialized disciplines: Microprocessors, Theory of Information and Coding, Modulation Techniques, Telephony, Switching and Routing Systems, Radiocommunications, Television, Internet Protocols, Mobile Communications, Data Transmission, Multimedia Technologies, Voice Signal Processing, Numerical Processing of Images, Media Processors, Electronic Commerce, Cloud-based unified communications, Wireless Systems, Database Designing and Programming, Information Security Grading Techniques, Biometric Security Systems and so on.
Besides the didactic activity, the members of the department are involved in national (CNCSIS, CEEX, TD, PNCDI, PNCDI II IDEI) and international (H-2020, FP7, COST, CHIST-ERA) research projects, with the World Bank and the companies in the industry (Telekom Romania, Siemens Convergence Creators, Brinel, Frequentis, Emerson, Nokia, HP, Betfair, Huawei, Softvision, AROBS Transilvania Software, Business Logic, NTT Data, Fortech, iQuest Technologies etc.).

 

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Applied Electronics Department 

 

The Applied Electronics Department is the organiser of the Applied Electronics (Romanian Section) undergraduate program as well as the Master's program of Electronics Engineering. The activity of the department's members is mainly addressed to students of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, undergraduate, master and doctorate levels, in the field of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications.

 

The Department covers the basic disciplines: Passive Electronic Components and Circuits, Electronic Devices, Fundamental Electronic Circuits, Computer Assisted Design, and the specialized disciplines: Data Acquisition Systems, Power Electronics, Microcontrollers, Sensors and Transducers, Virtual Instrumentation, Power Supply, Project Management, Standardization, Embedded Systems Software, Advanced Simulation and Design Techniques, The Electronics of Biomedical and Automotive Systems, Design for Thermal Compatibility, etc.

 

The department's staff also supports students in extracurricular professional activities such as student scientific circles and professional competitions: Electronic Interconnection Techniques, Digilent Design Contest or Hard and Soft. The members of the department are involved in national/international research and academic projects, as well as in collaborations with industry partners: Continental Automotive, Bosch, Siemens, National Instruments, Elster-ABB, Hidroelectrica etc. The department has links with universities in Europe and the United States.

 

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