Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics (ACE) prepares and trains young engineers, making them a fundamental theoretical and a practical-applied in areas such as:
- Computers and Information Technology
- Systems Engineering,
- Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering,
- Mechatronics and Robotics.
The current plan is the result of education of about 40 years of experience and evolution, their successive amendments carefully watching developments in the fields mentioned above. Diploma awarded by the Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics is equivalent to the diplomas awarded by other universities in the EU in these fields of study.
Currently, Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics has 1489 students (1164 students and 325 undergraduate specializations specializations for master students) divided as follows.
- Automation: 337 (approx. 29%),
- Multimedia Systems Engineering: 113 (approx. 10%),
- Computer teaching in Romanian: 241 (approx. 21%),
- Computer teaching in English: 190 (approx. 16%),
- Applied Electronics: 140 (approx. 12%),
- Mechatronics: 72 (approx. 6%),
- Robotics: 71 (approx. 6%)
- Automation of complex systems: 82 (approx. 25%),
- ICT systems engineering: 38 (approx. 12%),
- Computer and Communication Engineering: 23 (approx. 7%),
- Computer and communication engineering: 18 (cca. 6%),
- Advanced Electronic Systems: 26 (approx. 8%),
- Software Engineering: 70 (approx. 21%),
- Information systems for e-business: 24 (approx. 7%),
- Distributed Systems: 14 (approx. 4%),
- Control systems in robotics: 30 (approx. 9%),
Faculty structure is currently composed of two departments:
- Department of Automation, Electronics and Mechatronics ( link),
- Department of Computer Science and Information Technology ( link ).
Research component is represented by the three research centers:
- Automation nonlinear stability and oscillations,
- Developing multimedia applications,
- Mechatronics and robotics
Faculty teaching staff currently comprises 64 teachers distributed as follows:
- University professors: 25,
- Speakers: 10,
- Chief works: 16,
- Asistents: 12,
- Preparators: 1
Learning spaces (spread over a total area of 2300 square meters) under management of the Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics include:
- 1 auditorium,
- 5 classrooms,
- 10 seminar rooms,
- 16 laboratories (approximately 700 square meters).
Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics has academic collaboration with numerous prestigious educational and research institutions, both in Romania and abroad. These relationships have allowed the improvement of teachers, updating curricula and upgrading of laboratories. Every year, more than 30 students receive scholarships to universities in Germany, France, Greece, Portugal, Italy, USA, Holland and Belgium.