Transilvania University of Brasov
During its 70 years of existence, Transilvania University of Brașov has developed into a truly prestigious institution both at a national and international level. Without abandoning our history, which integrates the scientific, industrial, and cultural traditions of the region, we focus on the dynamics of the present and plan our future. Modernity, stability, and dynamism are the coordinates that currently define our university, along with our aspirations for innovation, creativity, and relevance for the contemporary society.
Transilvania University of Brașov is a higher education institution located in Brasov, Romania, and by its education offer, scientific research and number of students represent one of Romanian’s large universities. The faculties offer academic degree programs in a wide range of fields (from different engineering domains to economic and social sciences, humanistic sciences, medicine, and music. The mission of Transilvania University of Brașov is the production and transfer of knowledge to society by means of initial training at bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, advanced scientific research, development, innovation, and technological transfer. The largest Research Institute of a Romanian university, EU funding (built and equipped in 2009-2013) with 30 research centers and 20.780 m in 12 buildings unified by a central spine.
UTBV has Bachelor's and Master's degree programs developed in partnership with companies, Laboratories equipped in collaboration with economic partners, Internships with employment opportunities at partner companies.
Angela Repanovici is a professor at the Faculty of Product Design and Environment, Transilvania University of Brasov. She completed her Ph.D. in Engineering Science in 1999 and another Ph.D. in Marketing in 2009. She was the university library director from 2001 to 2008. Currently, she is the president of the Information Literacy section of the Romanian Library Association. She has published books, research articles and coordinated several research projects. She teaches Information Literacy, Digital Repositories Management, Project Management, Medical information and medical devices management. She is the editor of the Romanian Journal of Library and Information Science; She was project leader of the ERASMUS + project, DECIDE -Developing Services for Individuals with Disabilities, and now a partner coordinator in the Knowledge Alliance project: INNO3D - 3D Printing Support Service for Innovative Citizens, IPEDU - Introducing Intellectual Property Education for Lifelong Learning and the Knowledge Economy, DIGITOOLS- Innovative Tools for Enhancing E-Learning Solutions in Universities.