Christian names: Mihai-Sorin
Academic degree: Ph.D.
Date of birth: 25.11.1968.
Place of birth: Sibiu, Romania
Civil status: married, one child
University and graduate studies
1988-1993: Faculty of Mathematics, Bucharest University
1993: Master Degree (Diploma) in Mathematics, Bucharest University,
Title of thesis: The Evolution of the Views on the Solar System , Advisor: Prof. K.Teleman
1996-1998: Ph.D.-student, with a position as assistant at the Institute of Mathematics of Zurich University
June 1998: Ph. D., Zurich University, Title of the thesis:
The Kobayashi-Hitchin Correspondence for Vortex-Type Equations Coupled with Higgs
Fields Advisors: Prof. Ch. Okonek, Prof. A. Teleman
1993-1996: Subassistant, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Bucharest
1996-1999: Assistant, Institute of Mathematics, University of Zurich
1999-March 2001: Assistant, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Bucharest
April-June 2001: EAGER postdoctoral fellowship, University of Zurich
July 2001-June 2002: Postdoctoral assistant, University of Zurich
July 2002-June 2003: Postdoctoral assistant, University of Leiden
Oct. 2003 - Sept. 2004: Postdoctoral assistant, University of Zurich
Oct. 2004-Sept. 2005: Assistant, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Bucharest
Oct. 2005-Sept. 2016: Lecturer (Assistant professor), University of Bucharest
Since Oct. 2016: Associate professor, University of Bucharest
Research team member of the projects:
- Improved wind energy assessment based on coupled wind, terrain and vegetation modeling (PI of the Romanian team); Joint Research Project, Romanian-Swiss Research Programme (2013-2015); Swiss PI: Prof. Fernando Porte-Agel.
- Development and implementation of an algorithm for landscape assessment and prognosis. Application to the mountainous and subcarpathian sector of the Prahova Valley, CNCSIS. Project manager: Prof. I. Patru-Stupariu.
- Riemannian geometry and applications , CEEX. Project manager: Prof. I. Mihai.
- Riemann spaces invariants and applications, CNCSIS (National University Research Council, Romania). Project manager: Prof. I. Mihai.
- Project Complex Geometry, Swiss National Foundation. Project manager: Prof. Ch. Okonek.
- Project EAGER (European algebraic geometry research and training network), IHP Research Network.
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Last updated: 01.10.2016.