|Proposals for tutorials and special sessions||December 31, 2012|
|Electronic submission of papers (extended)||April 30, 2013|
|Notification of acceptance||May 31, 2013|
|Submission of camera-ready papers||June 29, 2013|
UPB is the oldest, the largest, and the most prestigious technical university in Romania . Its traditions go back to the founding of the first higher technical school in 1818 by Gheorghe Lazar. UPB has now 12 schools of Engineering -- five in Mechanical Engineering, three in Electrical and Computer Engineering, one of Power Engineering, one of Chemical Engineering, one of Materials Science, and the Faculty of Engineering Sciences in Foreign Languages (founded July 1990).
Currently, UPB has over 20,000 students, more than 700 postgraduate students pursuing advanced studies, and over 700 postgraduate students enrolled in doctoral studies. Several hundreds foreign students pursue engineering studies at UPB. The teaching and research activities are carried out by over 1,800 full time academic staff, assisted by more than 2,000 technical and auxiliary staff.
Subway Stations: Grozavesti (upper-right side of map) Politehnica (lower-right side of map) Petrache Poenaru (upper-left side of map)
Buses and Trams: 601 (upper side of map), 11, 105 (near subway stations, right-side of map), 61, 62,136, 236, 336 (lower side of map)
or you can use a cab (http://www.speedtaxi.ro or call 9477 or 9488)
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