CfP White-Collar Education in Central and Eastern Europe’s Socialist Systems, Bucharest, 2019

International Conference White-Collar Education in Central and Eastern Europe’s Socialist Systems , Bucharest, July 4-6, 2019

The fate of universities, higher education and the related knowledge production during Eastern Europe’s communist regimes has only discontinuously come under scrutiny by historians and other social scientists, for reasons having to do, among other things, with the marginal role of higher education in the functioning of socialist systems, the scarcity of theoretical frameworks for their examination, and the meager access to relevant sources and evidence. Existing studies have aimed to provide economic models of higher education policies or demographic trends, and stressed the connection between higher education and production policies in countries of the region, e.g., during the 1960s and 1970s. This conference aims to bring together scholars interested in studying the various ways the communist policies and social change impacted on the functioning of universities,  the professionalization of the faculty and their students, and related networks, inside or outside universities, with other research or cultural institutions of the regimes, such as academies, research institutes, library systems, publishing houses, journalism schools or other cultural institutions, however lop-sided, responsible for knowledge production and mobilization. 

The conference is a follow-up of the research project Economic Planning, Higher Education, and the Accumulation of Human Capital in Romania during Communism (1948-1989) financed by the National Research Council (ID_PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0476), and in connection with the project Confounding Freedoms: Academic Autonomy at a Sovietized University, financed by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities  Research Council through an Insight Development Grant (2018-2020).

The main topics on which we expect contributions are:

  1. Ups and Downs of Massification
  2. Faculty Recruitment, Professionalization and Agency
  3. Forms of Student Agency
  4. Ideological Uniformization Against Divergence in Educational Attainment
  5. Workers versus Higher Education Graduates in Socialist Enterprises and Institutions

Any other topic considered appropriate will be welcomed. Presentations based on a comparative approach are encouraged. We are very much interested in analyses focusing on national and/or local case-studies.

The submission of paper proposal will consist of filling in a proposal form (see infra) and of attaching a short CV (no more than one page) to

Deadline for submission: April 15, 2019

The official language of the conference will be English.


Hosting institution

Research Institute of the University of Bucharest, in cooperation with the Interdisciplinary School for Doctoral Studies, University of Bucharest, and with the Museum of the University of Bucharest

Scientific Committee

  • Peter Apor (Central European University, Budapest/Vienna)
  • Ulf Brunnbauer (Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg)
  • Romiţă Iucu (University of Bucharest)
  • Brigitte LeNormand (University of British Columbia – Okanagan)
  • Bogdan Murgescu (University of Bucharest)
  • Florentina Nițu (University of Bucharest)
  • Robert Reisz (Western University Timişoara)
  • Jan Sadlak (IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence)
  • Manfred Stock (Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg)
  • Manuela Ungureanu (University of British Columbia – Okanagan)

Organising Committee

  • Drd. Marius Ștefan Deaconu
  • Drd. Diana Alexandra Dumitrescu
  • Dr. Matei Gheboianu
  • Dr. Valentin Maier

Dates and deadlines

April 15, 2019 Deadline for paper proposals submission
April 30, 2019 Notification of paper acceptance
June 15, 2019 Notification of the draft program of the conference
July 4-6, 2019 Days of the conference
July 7, 2019 Departure

Practical aspects

The participants are expected to arrive in Bucharest on Thursday, July 4, 2019, before noon (afternoon we plan the first meeting), and to depart on Sunday, July 7, 2019. Accordingly, the organizers will provide accommodation for 3 nights, as well as conference materials, refreshments for coffee breaks, lunches and dinners. The participants are expected to fund from other sources their travel costs, but, in case of need, the organizers will assist them in their fundraising efforts.

CfP DIPRC2019, London

DIPRC2019: Digital Inclusion Policy and Research Conference 2019

University of Liverpool in London, Finsbury Square

London, UK, June 18-19, 2019

As more of our everyday lives become digital, from paying bills, to contacting companies and services and keeping in touch with your friends and family – it has become crucial to include everyone in the online world. What type of skills do people need to ‘be digital’? Do different people from different ages and abilities need different types of skills and training? And how can we foresee what skills will be needed for future work? While these questions have been occupying the private sector and policy makers, as more tasks become automated and digitalised they become ever more crucial.

Evidence shows that inequalities in access to and use of digital media have measurable impacts on the life chances, health and economic wellbeing of citizens. The GoodThings Foundation published a reporton September 2018 which identified that over 11 million UK citizens lack the basic digital skills they need to participate fully in our digital economy. As the Foundation predicts, by 2028 the UK will lose over £22 billion of value as a direct result of digital exclusion.

Since the introduction of machine learning and artificial intelligence research has shifted to understanding inequalities in complex skills and use. In addition, as ‘fake news’ and misinformation have become common practice by various entities it has introduced new avenues to include in digital literacies. This shift has become key to some governmental digital strategies, such as those of the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and their equivalents around the globe. This conference will bring together academic research with policy makers and stakeholders to review the current state for the art in digital inclusion policy and practice.

The conference will draw upon over two decades of research, policy, and practice. Over this time digital inequalities, digital inclusion and digital literacies have changed in response to developments in digital technologies and media. Though key themes have remained, such as: material and financial access; skills and digital literacy; effective use by citizens and communities; the impact of socio-economic factors; motivation and attitudes; and, more recently socio-economic and socio-cultural variations in patterns of usage. Digital inequities therefore have become an important part of broader persistent issues of social equity and justice.

The primary aim of this conference is to link up international policy efforts to address digital inequalities, access and skills with the outcomes of recent research at from around the globe. The intention being to support sharing best practice and research insights.

The conference will be a mix of invited presentations from policy and research colleagues, along with open paper sessions. For the open sessions we seek presentations that cover empirical research as well as policy and practice interventions, such as:

  • Data analysis of levels of digital inclusion/exclusion and engagement
  • Studies on the link between misinformation and data literacies
  • Studies of the impacts of digital exclusion
  • Policy interventions
  • Case studies of initiatives and programmes
  • Case studies of community impact

Submission and Registration Guidelines

The conference is FREE of charge. To register go to the Eventbrite page:

If you wish to present a paper or case study please submit a 300 word abstract by 31st March 2019 to:

Acceptance notification will be sent by 25th April 2019.


The conference is organised by Professor Simeon Yates and Dr. Elinor Carmi, Department of Communication and Media, Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences, School of the Arts, Liverpool University, UK

For questions and other inquiries please email Dr. Elinor Carmi –

We look forward to seeing you in June!


The conference will run from 18 June to 19 June at the London Campus of the University of Liverpool, University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG:  – just off London’s “Silicon Roundabout” district: .
Do you have questions about DIPRC2019: Digital Inclusion Policy and Research Conference 2019? Contact School of the Arts – University of Liverpool                  

CfA ”New Secular Religions”, with prof.dr. Nicu Gavriluță

This event will take place on the 18th of October, 16.00-18.00, Council Room, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work (Schitu Măgureanu. nr.9), sector 5, Bucharest.

,,We live in a world in which religiosity has unexpected sides see is the  secularisation we’ve covered the Occident and it is spreading at a global  level. In his book, Nicu Gavriluta analyses the rupture between the  traditional religions in the new secular ones which tend to generalise and  to bring major changes in our lives. Do you Internet, finances, new  mass-media, political correctness, transhumanism or posthumanism generate  radical modifications in politics society and in universal fields creating  new religions with still unknown gods. But is this the direction that we  want? The new secular religions raise some questions regarded the path we  choose to follow and tries to enlighten the positive and negative aspects  that might wait for us at the end of the road”.

CV available here.

More information on ICUB website

CfP Southeast Europe Studies, 2018

The “Southeast Europe Studi​es” is an academic journal established by the Capital Normal University’s Center for Study of Civilizations. The purpose of the publication of this journal is to create an academic platform of communication, which will promote the development of the research of Southeast Europe in China, present the latest scientific results concerning Southeast European studies made in Southeast Europe, China and the rest of the world, and which will improve academic dialogue between the Chinese and the world’s research institutions and researchers.

By using, presenting and confronting the diverse perspectives which belong to the present, as well as those which belong to the past, the journal itself focuses on interpreting the various aspects of the Southeast Europe region. The content of the journal is divided into three main sections: history research, analysis of the current events and issues, and the information transfer. Once per year, with the approximate size of 150,000 words per issue, the journal will simultaneously publish papers in English and Chinese. Each issue will be arranged around one major theme, which will always be connected either directly with the area of Southeast Europe, or with the issues which deal with the Southeast Europe and the rest of the world.

The theme of the first issue, which is planned to be published at the end of the year 2018, is „The history and current state of research of the Southeast Europe in China and the world”. We are now calling out to researchers and Southeast Europe experts to join us and present their research results in China. The basic requirements are as follows:

1. Please make sure that your paper satisfies the theme requirement. The submitted papers should be between 8,000 and 15,000 words long.

2. The papers in English language should be submitted in the international APA format, while the papers Chinese language should be submitted in the format recognized by the “World History Journal” (世界历史).

3. Each paper should have an appropriate abstract and keywords. The length of the abstract of the papers submitted in English should not exceed 1,000 words, while the abstract of the papers in submitted in Chinese should not exceed 500 characters. Each paper should have 3-5 keywords.

4. With the submission, please do not forget to write the author’s name, year of birth, place of birth, employment institution, title, correspondence address, postal code, contact phone and the contact e-mail.

The deadline for submission for the first issue is August 31st, 2018.

Contact person: Li Jianjun (李建军)


Address: Address: Center for Study of Civilizations at Capital Normal University, West 3rd Ring Road, North Street 105, Haidian district, Beijing, PR China (北京 市海淀区西三环北路 105 号首都师范大学文明区划研究中心)

Postal code: 100048

Office phone: (+86) 10-68901620

Center for Study of Civilizations Capital Normal University

CfP Romanian Journal of Society and Politics, nr. 1/2018

Call for Papers

Volume 13, Number 1, due to appear in June 2018

The editors of the Romanian Journal of Society and Politics invite you to submit articles and book reviews for the first issue of the Romanian Journal of Society and Politics in 2018.

We welcome contributions from a wide array of research perspectives, including, but not limited to: political science, political theory, international relations, European studies, history, sociology and anthropology. Interdisciplinary approaches are also welcome. The submission guidelines can be found on our website in the Instructions for Authors section ( All contributions should be sent by email to:

The Romanian Journal of Society and Politics (ISSN print: 1582-5795, ISSN online: 2393 – 3224) adheres to both an open access policy and a double-blind peer review policy and is indexed in several international databases, such as EBSCO, DOAJ, CEEOL or ERIH PLUS. The time between the submission of a manuscript and the first response of the editors (on whether to introduce it in the peer-review process) does not usually exceed two weeks. The final editorial decision to accept (with or without revisions) or reject the article usually takes between 3-4 months and the publication of a manuscript, both online and in printed form, does not usually exceed 2 months from the moment of its acceptance.

Timișoara Political Science Conference 2018

Invitation to the Timișoara Political Science Conference 2018
Organized by the Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy and Communication Sciences, West University of Timisoara

Place and date: West University of Timisoara, Romania, 22-24 March 2018

Deadline for proposals: 01 March 2018

Dear Madam / Sir,

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the upcoming Timișoara Political Science Conference 2018.

The event aims to bring together researchers interested in all fields of political science. We welcome paper proposals from scholars on topics like comparative politics, international relations, political ideologies, higher education policies, public policies, political elites, political history, political parties, political psychology, social movements, scientometrics. The proposal should be no longer than one page and it should include a short Curriculum Vitae. All selected participants will be informed before the 15th of March 2018.

Selected papers will be published in a forthcoming volume of the Political Studies Forum, a journal edited by the Politics Department of the West University of Timisoara.

The conference will include panels like the following:

  • Education policies (panel coordinator: Prof. Dr. Adrian Hatos, University of Oradea)
  • Local government and politics (panel coordinator: Conf. Dr. Cristina Stănuș, „Lucian Blaga” University, Sibiu)
  • Political ideologies in a changing world (panel coordinator: Lect. Dr. Emanuel Copilaș, West University of Timișoara)
  • Political elites (panel coordinator: Dr. Laurențiu Ștefan, Presidency of Romania, Dr. Gabriela Ilonszki, Corvinus University of Budapest)
  • Politics and religion (panel coordinator: Prof. Dr. Silviu Rogobete, West University of Timișoara, Dr. Bogdan Tătaru-Cazaban, Institute for the History of Religions, Romanian Academy, Bucharest)
  • Social organizations and movements (panel coordinators: Prof. Dr. Liviu Andreescu, University of Bucharest, Lect. Dr. Viorel Proteasa, West University of Timișoara)
  • Political communication (panel coordinators: Lect. Dr. Lucian Vasile Szabo, West University of Timisoara)
  • Political philosophy (panel coordinator: Conf. Dr. Florin Lobonț, West University of Timișoara)
  • Quantitative models in political science (panel coordinator: Prof. Dr. Robert Reisz, West University of Timisoara, Prof. Dr. Mihai Păunescu, National School of Political and Administrative Studies)

These are just some of the scientific topics that will be addressed during the conference. We also welcome contributions on similar topics from the fields of political science and international relations.

Until now, three keynote speakers have announced their attendance to our conference: the father of network science, Prof. Dr. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi from the Northwestern University, U.S.A., the communication sociologist Prof. Dr. Sorin Adam Matei from Purdue University, U.S.A. and the philosopher, rector of the University of Bucharest and former minister of education, Prof. Dr. Mircea Dumitru.

The participation fee is 120 RON (30 Euro), and includes the program booklet, refreshments, coffee and two dinners. Unfortunately, the organizers cannot cover the costs for travel and accommodation, and we recommend you to apply to your own university for such funds. We can, however, assist you with reservations in the university dormitory and other practicalities.

For further information, details and for sending the application please visit the website of the conference:

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Timișoara!

Revista Calitatea Vieții nr. 3/2017 și Numărul special „Zilele Fr. I. Rainer”

A fost publicat nr. 3/2017 și Numărul special „Zilele Fr. I. Rainer” al Revistei Calitatea Vieții. Varianta electronică a numărului 3/2017 poate fi descărcată dând click aici. Varianta electronică a numărului special „Zilele Fr. I. Rainer” poate fi descărcată dând click aici. Din cuprins:


Precupețu, Iuliana, Cosmina-Elena Pop. 2017. „Pentru o abordare socială în domeniul sănătății. Factorii structurali ai determinării stării de sănătate.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):219-242. (RIS)

Ilie, Simona, Ana Maria Preoteasa. 2017. „O perspectivă asupra ocupării atipice: România în comparație europeană.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):243-266. (RIS)

Bonea, Georgiana Virginia. 2017. „Abuzul asupra copilului.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):267-282. (RIS)

Leovaridis, Cristina, Roxana Antimiu. 2017. „Modalități de petrecere a timpului liber pentru tinerii din țara noastră.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):283-312. (RIS)

Rotună, Carmen Ionela, Carmen Elena Cîrnu, Alexandru Gheorghiță. 2017. „Implementing smart city solutions: Smart City Map and City Drop.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):313-327. (RIS)

Mărginean, Ioan. 2017. „Strategia de dezvoltare a României în următorii 20 de ani.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):328-338. (RIS)

Stănescu, Simona Maria. 2017. „Infograficul Calitatea Vieții.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):339-341. (RIS)

Lăzărescu, Luciana. 2017. „Școala de vară CDCDI – Advocacy în politicile de migrație.” Calitatea Vieții XXVIII(3):342-345. (RIS)

Third International Conference on Balkan Cinema, Bucharest, 2018

Third International Conference on Balkan Cinema

The Great War(s): Our Story

Bucharest, Romania: 8 – 10 May, 2018


Following on the second International Conference on Balkan Cinema that took place in Belgrade in 2017, The Great War(s): Our Story aims to explore how the Great War and other conflicts in the region have been narrated through cinema. The 3rd International Conference on Balkan cinema will focus on moving images made by filmmakers both from within and outside the Balkans in order to highlight the connections and differences between these war narratives that have at times coalesced into “our story”. The term “our” can refer self-reflexively to a view from the Balkans as both a unified but also more dispersed space, but also to a range of identities: victims or perpetrators, civilians or soldiers, women and children in devastated cities and in the wasteland of the countryside, or men on the front, the generations of participants or the post-generations.
These war narratives told from different perspectives of the involved parties eventually challenge History or work with it, or bring together diverse and often confronting and competing national histories.
The “G. Oprescu” Institute of Art History in Bucharest hosts the event in commemoration of 1914-18 War, but also as the opportunity to analyse and map out the rich range of insights offered by cinematic images of war and recounted through multiple narratives of wars in the region – from the Balkan Wars to the breakup of former Yugoslavia. War has been one of those perennially rich topics since the beginning of cinema, narrated through a wide range of genre guises, from documentaries to fiction films, war spectacles, historical films, melodramas, musicals etc. For instance, documentary war footage is a key component in historiography, while fictional portrayals of war are source of entertainment and pleasure, as well as material for the recognition of trauma, suffering, and victimisation. Nowadays, popular archival documentaries or docufictions have transformed films on history into “memory making films”, by showing that cinematic narratives of the past and present wars are important factors in the politics of remembering and forgetting, and constituents of collective/individual/national memory and identity.
Being part of a series, the conference aims to further develop transnational scholarship, transcend Balkanism and exoticism, and offer critical explorations of historical and contemporary manifestations of South Eastern European cinemas. It also helps the building of the transnational community of scholars working on the cinemas of the Balkans, South/Eastern Europe, the borders and neighbouring regions such as Central Europe or Near East, works of diaspora or communities in exile, spanning from early cinema on nitrate stock to contemporary digital cinema; and dealing with a range of themes set in the present or the past.
A range of possible themes for conference papers includes, but is not limited to:
o      The First and Second World Wars as the cornerstones of cinema in the Balkans
o      War and conflict – a typical Balkan topic?
o      Representation and Self-representation of the Balkans
o      War and archives
o      Changing concepts of war, changing narratives of war.
o      History and memory in cinematic war narratives
o      Intertextuality and transmediality of the past, present and future
o      Representing/deconstructing “the nation” on screen
o      Cultural memory and Balkan cinema
o      Reading and re-writing film (hi)stories
o      History, Military and Film Archives
o      Multidirectional memory in cinema
Special event. Public lecture
Prof. dr Dina Iordanova
Film Studies Department, University of St.Andrews
Keynote speakers
Prof. dr Nevena Daković
Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Arts, Belgrade
Prof. dr Dominique Nasta
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Conference language: English
Presentation time: 20 minutes
Proposal submission deadline: February 25th, 2018
Admission notification date: March 20th, 2018
Proposal length: 250 words + short CV (Abstract proposals, names, affiliations and short CVs should be sent as ONE Word document) to the address
Contact & Submissions
Organized by the “G.Oprescu” Institute of Art History, Bucharest
With the support of
The Romanian Academy
The Romanian Cultural Institute
The Romanian Filmmakers’ Union (UCIN)
The Romanian National Film Archive (ANF)
Filmicon. Journal of Greek Film Studies
Programme Committee
Prof. Marian Tutui (“G.Oprescu” Institute of Art History, Bucharest)
Dr. Lydia Papadimitriou (Liverpool John Moores University)
Dr. Ana Grgić (University of the Arts London)
Dr. Gergana Doncheva (Institute of Balkan Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
Dr. Aleksandra Milovanović (Associate professor, Faculty of Drama Arts, Belgrade)

EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021 Romania: funding available for travel support

Funding is now available for facilitating partnerships with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway in three programmes in Romania – Energy, Education and Innovation. A total of €502.5 million has been allocated to Romania under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021.

Organisations and businesses in Romania and the three donor countries – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – are now able to apply for funding for preparatory visits for establishing partnerships in three programmes:

Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Security Programme

About the programme:

The programme aims to contribute to less carbon intensive energy and increased security of supply in Romania. The focus areas of the programme are increased renewable energy production capacity, increased energy efficiency and reduced emissions in all sectors, research and development within the energy sector, and electrification of households.

Who can apply for travel support?

Any public or private entity, commercial or non-commercial, as well as non-governmental organisations established as a legal person either in Romania or in Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.

More information, including further criteria and how to apply.

Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeships, Youth Entrepreneurship Programme

About the programme

The programme aims to strengthen the education sector in Romania and strengthen cooperation with the three donor countries. The focus areas of the programme are improved skills and competences of students, staff and researchers in higher education, strengthened institutional cooperation between higher education institutions in Romania and the donor states, improved skills and competences of education experts, improved quality of work based learning, and increased institutional capacity of schools to increase inclusion of Roma children.

Who can apply for travel support?

  • Personnel employed in public or private accredited entities (universities, research centres, companies, etc.) in Romania or in Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.
  • Experts in education (teacher trainers, school inspectors, counsellors) from ISJ, CJRAE, CCD or their counterparts in Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.
  • Teaching staff teaching VET subjects and managers of VET school, and representatives of economic operators, partners of the VET schools (managers, stage tutors etc.) in Romania, and representatives of VET schools in Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.

More information, including further criteria and how to apply.

Business Development, Innovation and SME programme

Funding for preparatory visits between businesses in Romania and Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway have already been announced under the Business Development, Innovation and SME programme in Romania. For more information see here.

CfA NEC „Spiru Haret” Fellowships 2018

Academic year 2018-19


New Europe College – Institute for Advanced Study in Bucharest, Romania announces the competition for the “Spiru Haret” Fellowships for the academic year 2018-19.

The program targets young Romanian and International researchers/academics in the humanities and social sciences whose projects address questions relating to migration, displacement, and/or diasporas. Candidates are expected to focus on specific or comparative cases seen in broader historical, socio-economic, and political contexts. Such aspects as transnational mobility, migrant routes and networks, the impact of communication technologies and of digitalization, migration policies, border regimes, the development of transnational communities, remittances and entrepreneurial capital and their impact on families and communities, may be taken into account. NEC also welcomes projects which look at cultural phenomena (in literature, visual arts, music etc.) related to migration.

The Fellows will be integrated in the NEC community and will work, alongside other colleagues whose projects tackle similar questions, as a focus group in diaspora and migration studies, in accordance with the goal of the “Spiru Haret” Fellowship Program.

Applicants must hold a Ph.D.. Preference is given to candidates up to the age of 40, and to those who have not yet benefited from a NEC Fellowship.
Working languages: English, French, and German. A good command of English is desirable.

Duration of the Fellowship: a full academic year.

Location: New Europe College – Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania.

The Fellowship consists of: a monthly stipend of 750 Euro (tax free), accommodation and transportation costs for the Fellows residing outside Bucharest, and financial support for a one-month research trip abroad to an institution of their choice. As an alternative, Fellows may opt to do field research related to their projects.
The Fellows are expected to work on their own projects, and take part in the scientific events organized by the New Europe College. At the end of their Fellowship, each Fellow is expected to submit a research paper, reflecting the results of his/her work over the duration of the Fellowship. The papers will be included in a NEC publication.

Applications will be submitted in electronic format only, to the address:
Candidates are asked to enter in the Subject field of their e-mail message ”NEC Spiru Haret Fellowship”.

The deadline for the submission of applications is December 7, 2017.
Incomplete or late applications will not be taken into consideration.
We will acknowledge receipt of an application and confirm whether the application requirements have been met within 14 days after the deadline.
The applicants will be notified of the results of the pre-selection in the first half of March 2018, by e-mail. The shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview, which will take place on April 18-20, 2018.
The application form, the application guidelines and additional information on New Europe College can be downloaded from here:
Call for Applications NEC Haret 2018-2019.doc
or requested by e-mail, at For other details, please contact Ana Buculei (

Mailing address: New Europe College, str. Plantelor 21, 023971 Bucharest, Romania

Phone (+4) 021 307 9910, Fax: (+4) 021 327 0774, E-mail:

Program supported by the Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation – UEFISCDI, project number PN-III-P1-1.1-BSH-2-2016-0004