D E A N

Prof. Eng.  Mircea GORDAN, PhD
VICE DEANS
Assoc. Prof. Eng. Eugen GERGELY, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Liviu MOLDOVAN, PhD
 
* * *

DEPARTMENT HEADS

Assoc. Prof. Eng. Mirela PATER, PhD – Department of Computer Science and Information Technology
Prof.Eng. Dorel HOBLE, PhD – Department of Electrical Engineering
Prof.Eng. Daniel TRIP, PhD – Department of Electronics and Telecommunications
Prof.Eng. Helga SILAGHI, PhD – Department of Control Systems Engineering and Management
* * *

Council of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Prof. Eng. Mircea GORDAN, PhD - Dean
Assoc. Prof. Eng. Eugen GERGELY, Phd – Vice dean
Assoc. Prof. Liviu MOLDOVAN, PhD – Vice dean
Prof. Eng. Daniel TRIP, PhD – Department head
Prof. Eng. Dorel HOBLE, PhD – Department head
Prof. Eng. Helga SILAGHI, PhD – Department head
Assoc. Prof. Eng. Mirela PATER, PhD – Department head
Prof. Eng. Alexandru GACSÁDI, PhD
Prof. Eng. Cristian GRAVA, PhD
Prof. Eng. Erica MANG, PhD
Prof. Eng. Daniela POPESCU, PhD
Prof. Eng. Ioan-Mircea GORDAN, PhD
Prof. Eng. Doina ZMARANDA, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Eng. Livia BANDICI, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Eng. Carmen MOLNAR, PhD
Lect. Eng. Viorica SPOIALĂ, PhD
Lect. Eng. Laura COROIU, PhD
Alexandru Dumitru Bere – 2nd year of study, Computer science
Anca Raluca Breje - 3rd year of study, Information Technology
Petru Paul Morgovan – 3rd year of study, Automation and Applied informatics
Marcel Trif – 3rd year of study, Electrical Systems
Delia Violeta Mateaş – 4th year of study, Economical engineering in the electric, electronic and energetic domain
Adrian Iosif Gal – 3rd year of study, Applied electronics
* * *
 Representatives of the Faculty for Electric Engineering and Information Technology in the Senate of University of Oradea
Prof. Eng. Sorin CURILĂ, PhD – President of university Senate
Prof. Eng. Cristian GRAVA, PhD
Prof. Eng. Liviu MOLDOVAN, PhD
Assoc.Prof.Eng. Gianina GABOR, PhD
student Romeo FILIP – Vice president of students in the University Senate

 

A brief history

In the academic year1992-1993, it is created by restructuring, according to the Minister’s Order 5009 of 13.08.1992, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, as a separate entity, with the specializations: Automation, Computers, Electromechanics, General Electrical Engineering and Applied Electronics. In 1995, by the order of the Minister of Education 3795 of 17.04.1995 the name of the faculty becomes Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and beside the existing specializations there is added the Economical Engineering in the electrical, electronic and energetic domain. Since the academic year 2005-2006, the new name of the faculty has been the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, retaining its previous structure.

The mission of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, according to its own strategy is to train specialists with higher education - engineers with scientific knowledge, skills and abilities in the European and international performance in accordance with the requirements of market economy and new technologies. The actions of recent years aimed at constantly encouraging active partnership between the faculty and business partners in the interests of the local community, enhancing the quality of educational programs offered and the development of international relations. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology has the responsibility to train graduates with high professional and moral standards.

However, inorder to match the higher education system in Romania with those in the European area, the structure of curricula focus is a versatile training base to provide advanced knowledge of electrical engineering, electronics, automation, informatics and computer science for over 1,000 students.

The97 teachers of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology follow, besides the proper training of students, their good scientific training implying them in projects and research programs, the results of which can be harnessed through publications or contracts.

The faculty has an infrastructure of education and research, which both in terms of real estate, as well as equipment, is comparable to the most prestigious European universities. The curriculum is supported by modern teaching materials and equipment; many features are realized within the framework of international projects by Tempus, Erasmus, etc., by internal funding from the budget or through contracts with ministries and industrial units.

Universities in Romania were classified for the first time in history after European criteria by an international evaluation organism, the University of Oradea occupying a leading position, being in the category of universities of Education and Scientific Research.