DCTI - Department of Computers and Information Technologies

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The Department of Computer and Information Technology (DCTI) was established following the decision  no. 6180/29.07.2011 of the Rector of the University of Craiova.

The Department CTI was formed by bringing together the Department of Computer and Communication Engineering, and Software Engineering Department of the Faculty of Automatics old structure, Computers and Electronics, University of Craiova.

Research in digital electronic computers started in 1978, when it began to teach the course "Computer Engineering". The Department of Computer Science at the University of Craiova was founded in 1990 with the transformation of the old faculty of Electrical power in 3 faculties: Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Electromechanics. The coordination structure was called the Computer Science Department, which operated until 2000 when it was separated into two other departments: the Department of Communications and Computer Engineering and Software Engineering Department. In 1993 the Department of Computer Science taught in English was founded, with great impact on the labor market of Computer and Information Technology Department is in continuous development, involving people, resources and partners to the highest levels of quality . Additional information on the establishment and history of the two departments that make up the new department can be found in section CTI History faculty page ACE.

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02.Nov.2014 The UCV student team won third prize in the IMSmart contest.

UCV won third place in July 2014 in the international Embedded Systems Design Contest (ESDC 2014) in Shanghai, China with a team composed of the students: Cristian Totolin, Marius Neghina and Marian Marcu guided by T.A. Ph.D. Eng. Sorin Ilie, T.A. Eng. Ioan Lemeni, Prof. Ph.D. Eng. Costin Badica and Prof. Ph.D. Eng. Marius Brezovan from the department of Computers and Information Technology (CIT) which is part of the Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics.  This contest is organized every two years and it attracts over 150 international teams. Attendance is invitation based and the CIT department was invited by the Intel Romania co-organizer.

Facultatea de Automatică, Calculatoare și Electronică,
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