Professor Răzvan Andonie obtained in 1984 his PhD title in mathematics and computers science from Bucharest University under the supervision of Acad. Solomon Marcus. Răzvan Andonie is a PhD supervisor in computers and information technology and he is active in computational intelligence, machine learning, parallel and distributed computing and computational biochemistry.
Assistant professor Mihai Ivanovici obtained in 2006 his PhD title in electronics and telecommunications from Politehnica University Bucharest, based on his research activity at CERN, Geneva, under the supervision of prof. Vasile Buzuloiu. His domains of interest include texture analysis, image segmentation and biomedical image processing and analysis.
Lecturer Angel Cațaron obtained his PhD title in 2004 from Politehnica University Bucharest and the domains of interest are data mining and computational intelligence.
PhD Honorius Gâlmeanu is a software engineer at Siemens România and associated lecturer at Transilvania University. He obtained in 2008 his PhD title from the same university. His domains of interest are data mining and bioinformatics, especially sequence alignment.
Radu Coliban (PhD student) joined the PhD program in 2012.
Guests / invited researchers
Sebastian Berschneider (PhD student) from University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany, visited us for three months (January-March 2014).
Alumni / collaborators
- Alexandru Căliman (PhD) defended in November 2013 his PhD thesis entitled “Color Texture Characterization for Psoriasis Image Segmentation” (abstract in Romanian available here [PDF, 2.46 MB])
- Zoltan Gaspar (PhD)