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Computer Science Research Laboratory

Short history

The laboratory was founded at the end of 1990, its main purpose being the promotion of research activity in a top field, that of object-oriented technology and the actual involvement of the best students in this activity.
All the members of the team, except the head of the laboratory, were students at the time they were employed. If we refer only to the period of 1995-1998, 5 of the members of the laboratory were granted, through selection, PHD scholarships abroad:

  • Corina Cirstea at Oxford University,
  • Marius Dorel Bozga at Joseph Fourier University – Grenoble,
  • Mihaela and Marian Scuturici at the Politechnical Institute of Lyon,
  • Ileana Ober at the Politechnical Institute of Toulouse,
  • Dan Suciu at the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in 1996.

Three of the members of the laboratory also held study scholarships at the present time:

  • Catalin Dartu at Karl Ruprecht University of Heidelberg,
  • Radu Lupsa at the Ecole Normale Superieure of Paris,
  • Iulian Ober at the Politechnical Institute of Toulouse.

Beginning with 1995, six members of the laboratory have held TEMPUS scholarships for a period of time of 2 to 6 months. Other members, who decided to leave the laboratory, work now for IT Industry leaders such as Siemens or Microsoft.
The average age of the team is very low. All the members of the laboratory (except the head of the project) are between 22 and 27 years of age.

Carrying out the activity under these circumstances has been made possible by the special quality of the members of the team. Most of them were winners of the national contests of Computing and Mathematics, for example, RADU Lupsa won the first prize at the International Olimpic Contest of Computer Science.

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