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The 21th edition of IManEE 2017 International Conference

May 25-26, 2017 Iasi, Romania

Over 20 years of excellence in research.

MODTECH / TMCR Renewed Series


Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management,

Gheorghe Asachi Tehnical University of Iasi, Romania

Department of Manufacturing Engineering

 The activities of the Manufacturing Engineering Department from the “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Romania – develop in a building placed in the south-east zone of the Iasi city, on the left bank of the river Bahlui. The department was founded in 1964, aiming to coordinate the didactic activities for two studies programmes: machine manufacturing technology and agricultural mechanics.

Nowadays, the department coordinates the didactic activities for the following studies programmes: – license programmes 1. Machine manufacturing technology; 2. Welding engineering – master studies programmes 1. Engineering and management in machine manufacturing; 2. Production management and technology; 3. Advanced manufacturing technologies; 4. Industrial Entrepreneurship.

Eight professors from the department can coordinate the doctoral activities in the field of industrial engineering. The department includes laboratories specific to the manufacturing technologies: machine manufacturing technology, cold pressing technology, welding technologies, non-conventional technologies, fine mechanics technology, technologies for flexible systems, automation and robotization of the production processes, computer aided technological design etc. The research activities developed in the department refers to aspects specific to the manufacturing technologies.

The department of manufacturing engineering is a component of the Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management; Partial view of the university library about 1100 students yearly attend the didactic activities of this faculty. The department developed collaboration relations with many universities, industrial enterprises and research institutes from Romania and from abroad. Together with the Department of Machine Manufacturing Technology from the Technical University of Moldova (Chisinau – Republic of Moldova), the department of Iasi yearly organizes international conferences (alternatively, in Iasi and Chisinau) where the results of the research activities are presented.

The Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management

The Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management is one of the main faculties of the university. The faculty includes five departments: Department of Physics, Department pf Theoretical Mechanics, Department of Machine Manufacturing Technology, Department of Machine Tools, Department of Fluids Mechanics. More than 100 teaching didactic staff and more than 30 technical administrative staff work within the faculty. About 1100 students attend the didactic activities (license studies programmes, master studies programmes, doctoral studies programmes). The general departments of physics and theoretical mechanics develop also didactic activities for other faculties of the university.

Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania

The first attempt to set up a form of higher education in the region of Moldova took place in 1562 when the Latin School in the village of Cotnari, near Iasi was founded. But it was only in 1813 when the scholar Gheorghe Asachi founded the first school for surveyors and civil engineers. This school can be considered the nucleus of the technical higher education in Moldova. Later on, the school is developed within the Michaelian Academy (1835), and afterwards within the University of Iasi, established in 1860.

On 7 November 1912, as a consequence of the new internal law of the Faculty of Sciences within the University of Iasi, an independent section of higher education – for the electro-technical, the applied chemical and the agricultural sciences – was set up. This event represents what may be called the birth certificate of what later became The Polytechnic Institute of Iasi.

In March 1937, when the Parliament of those times voted the Law of Education, the technical higher education is transferred to the new established Polytechnic School which was, at that time, the only higher education institution qualified to issue engineers’ diplomas. As a natural consequence of the development of the engineering school in Iasi, the new institution took from the very beginning the name of Gheorghe Asachi, the founder of the Romanian technical education.

In 1948, by the reform of education The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Romania was set up, its name being changed again under a new reform of education when, on 17 May 1993, it became The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Romania. After a series of internal reforms, The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi has 11 faculties.

The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Romania has a central library including more than one million volumes of Romanian and foreign technical books, periodicals, collections of standards and inventions descriptions. The activities concerning the national and international conferences, meetings with personalities of the scientific, cultural and politic fields, presentations of the doctoral thesis, conferring the titles of Doctor Honoris Causa of the university develop in a beautiful great amphitheater.


Technical University of Moldova, MOLDOVA

Department of Machine Manufacturing Technology

General information
The department of Technology of Machine Engineering was established in 1964. Since then till present time it trained 4050 engineers (1132 at the correspondence section), at the speciality 2001 – Technology of Machine Engineering (specialization Technology of Automated Manufacturing).

Department main tasks:
Initial and continuing professional training at the university and postgraduate education levels in the field of machine engineering;
Scientific and technological investigation, technical and innovational creativity; Transfer of science, innovations, technologies, and know-how in production and services.

Department structure:
Head of department -1; Didactic staff – 11 persons; Centre of Technological, Organizational and Economic Projection; Training Laboratories – 5; Laboratories of Scientific Investigations – 2.

Forms of study
University education with the term of 4 years (full time section) and 5 years (part time section) at the following specialities: Technology of machine engineering; Technology of automated manufacture; Computer design in machine engineering; Innovational engineering and technological transfer.

Staff The Department staff consists of 11 persons, among them are 1 professor PhD, 5 associate professors PhD and 5 lecturers.

Competences and facilities
The speciality 2001-TCM refers to the industrialization processes of the products. The content and form of education are determined by the industrial contemporary context and the university context according to the declaration of Bologna. The department orientates the didactic-scientific process in order to ensure the increasing of industry’s competitiveness, based on innovations and modern technologies, by ensure of a continuing progress in
research activities and staff’s requalification in different fields.

The education and investigation within this department ensure the formation of:

– Professional competences which refers to:
» Promotion of durable industrial development on the base of technological innovations and transfer, computer design and industrial informational technologies; » Increasing of industrial enterprises’ competitiveness by reorganization and an advanced managerial level; » Design of products and manufacturing processes; » Control of manufacturing and quality of products, organization and administration of small enterprises in the field of machine engineering; » Creation and using of new machines, production systems, technological processes and automation means, etc.; » Creation and using of industrial informational systems; » Creation of the possibility of continuing improvement of products and industrial processes, promotion of ecological quality and security according to the international standards.

– Skills:
» Using of constructive-functional designing systems – 2D and 3D CAD/CAE/CAPP/CAM/PDM/CALS for machines and production systems;
» Choosing and elaboration of technical solutions for industrial products, technological processes and systems, equipments, tools, automation means;
» Determination of the quality of materials, products and processes, elaboration of technical documentation;
» Analyses of reasons of defects and rejects and elaboration of efficient methods of their preventing;
» Using of Internet as an informational source;
» Identification and solving of technical, technological, organizational and managerial problems, etc.;
» Efficient communication within a team as member of it as well as a team leader;
» Realizing of experiments, analyses and application of their results for improvement of products, components and processes.