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This stone carved table with 12 stools is a masterpiece of the great Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi. Initially intended to glorify our nation's apostles, this entity is proposed as a symbol for high level discussions.
Romanian School of Fundamentals in Electrical Engineering

Prof. Remus Răduleţ (1904-1984), the long time head of the Electrical Engineering Department in our university, is the founder of the Romanian school of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering. A member of the Romanian Academy, prof. Răduleţ has outstanding contributions in the electromagnetic field theory, and edited the Romanian Technical Lexicon. Prof. Răduleţ has been the president of the International Electrotechnical Commission (1964-1968), and coordinated its multilingual dictionary of electricity (1983). His work has been continued by his PhD students prof. Alexandru Timotin (1925-2007) and prof. Andrei Ţugulea (1928-2017), members of the Romanian Academy, as well as by a lot of professors and researchers in our department.

Symposium Tradition

In the '70s a group of assistants and lecturers from the Department of Electrical Engineering in our university initiated the Seminar of Electrical Engineering Fundamentals which analyzed new works in this area. 15 years ago this seminar became the National Symposium on Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, considered as a prestigious meeting for the Romanian and foreign researchers in this field. Considering that this symposium came of age, this year it becomes the International Symposium on Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering.

Previous Editions

ISFEE 2018 / IEEE Proceedings

ISFEE 2016 / IEEE Proceedings

ISFEE 2014 / IEEE Proceedings

SNET until 2012 / 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012


The 100th anniversary of our Faculty of Electrical Enginering in the University Politehnica of Bucharest

On June 10-th 1920 the Politehnica School of Bucharest has been founded, having four departments: Electromechanic, Civil Engineering, Mines and Metallurgy, Industrial Engineering.

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Professor Nicolae Vasilescu-Karpen (1870-1964), member of the Romanian Academy (from 1923)   


The Department of Electrical Engineering in the The School of Bridges and Roads, Mines and Architecture the has been established in 1905. Nicolae Vasilescu-Karpen, an associate professor at the University of Lille, France, has been appointed as the Director of this department. As a result of his efforts, this School has been transformed later into the Politehnica School of Bucharest.
This year we celebrate the 115th anniversary of this event and 150 years from the birthdate of Nicolae Vasilescu-Karpen, also.

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