Adrian Nicolae Branga


Dr. Adrian Nicolae Branga received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics at the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in February 2003. His current research concerns are Advanced Numerical Algorithms, Statistical analysis, Computational models, Spline Functions, Modelling and Simulation, Signal Processing, Software Engineering, Database Applications. He is currently in the position of Associate Professor at Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania. Between 2002 and 2010 he worked in the Software Industry as a Programmer Analyst at AMN Systems Ro, with the following technologies: C++, C#, ASP, PHP, SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, CSS, JQuery, XML. Dr. Branga worked on several research projects during his career. He wrote 8 books/monographs and published 18 scientific articles in journals indexed in Thomson Reuters Web of Science or other international databases and 6 papers in proceedings of international conferences. He was a member in the scientific and organizing committees of 16 international conferences and invited speaker/participant (with scientific papers) at 45 international conferences and research seminars. Dr. Branga is a member of the Research Centre in Mathematics and Applications and a member of the International Research Seminar in Mathematics and Related Fields, within Lucian Blaga University.

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Advanced Numerical Algorithms, Statistical analysis, Computational models, Spline Functions, Modelling and Simulation, Signal Processing , Software Engineering, Database Applications

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