Council of Doctoral School of Cybernetics and Economic Statistics

Prof. univ. dr. Emilia ȚIȚANDirector
Prof. univ. dr. Daniel-Traian PELEMember
Prof. univ. dr. Stelian STANCUMember
Acad. Liviu Lucian ALBU Member
Cerc. șt. I Valentina VASILE Member
PhD Student Marina Diana AGAFIȚEIPhD Student Representative
PhD Student Iliana-Brîndușa CARAGEAPhD Student Representative


Current NoNameE-Mail
6.Adriana Anamaria
8.Gina Cristina
11.Giani Ionel GRĂ
12.Claudiu HERȚ
14.Daniela - Ioana
15.Constantin MITRUŢ
16.Mihaela PĂ
17.Daniel Traian
18.Madalina Ecaterina
20.Monica Mihaela
23.Vasile Alecsandru
24.Emilia ŢIŢ

About the Doctoral School of Cybernetics and Economic Statistics

The history of the Doctoral School of Economic Cybernetics and Statistics (SDCSE) is closely linked to the history of the Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics (CSIE). The first doctoral theses were done in the field of statistics. In the years 1956-1965, seven titles of candidate in sciences (the current equivalent of the PhD title) in the specialization Theoretical Statistics were awarded, and eight such titles in the specialization Planning of the National Economy.

After the faculty was established, in 1967, the following doctoral fields of research were developed: Planning of the national economy, Economic calculation and cybernetics, and Economic and theoretical statistics. The doctoral program featured Manea Mănescu, Mircea Biji, Ludovic Tövissi, Nicolae Ivanciu-Valeanu, Constantin Ionescu, Gheorghe Vasilescu, Elena Biji, Mircea Bulgaru among the doctoral supervisors. After 1990, the number of PhD supervisors increased considerably. From 2000 to 2004 the faculty managed a unique doctoral field, Economic Cybernetics and Statistics, with three specializations: Economic Cybernetics, Economic Informatics, Economic Statistics.

Since 2008, the doctoral training has been carried out within the faculty, in two fields namely, Economic Informatics, and Cybernetics and Statistics. Each field corresponds to a doctoral school. The organization of doctorates has undergone changes during its evolution. In 2011, ASE is re-accredited as an Institution Organizing Doctoral Studies – IOSUD for 10 doctoral programs in the fundamental fields of Economic Sciences and Law, including the Economic Cybernetics and Statistics program.

At present, during the three years of study, individual research is done in direct collaboration between the doctoral student and the supervisor, supported by a guidance commission. Renowned specialists together with teachers with concerns in the research areas of the PhD candidates make up the guidance commissions. These meet periodically with the doctoral students, offering consultancy during the elaboration of the doctoral thesis. Each year the doctoral student presents his/her research achievements, and as a result, a progress notice is issued or not. The doctoral thesis can be defended after the three-year training program comes to an end, but not later than five years.