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MoU UAO - JIITD

Written on Dec. 13, 2017.

MoU UAO - JIITD

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

BETWEEN

AGORA UNIVERSITY OF ORADEA, ROMANIA

AND

JAYPEE INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INDIA (Deemed to be University)

Agora University of Oradea and Jaypee Institute of Technology (Deemed to be University), wishing to enhance relations between the two universities and develop academic exchange in the area of education and research have agreed upon the following programs based on principles of equality and reciprocity of mutual benefits.

Article 1: Exchange of Faculty Members

1.     Both Universities may receive faculty members of the other institution to give lectures, to engage in joint research, and/or for the exchange of views to further these objectives. The procedures and other details involved in such exchange shall be subject to a mutual agreement.

Article 2: Exchange of Students

2.     Under the present scheme for non-degree awarding student exchange, both universities will exchange students for academic study and/or research internship. Exchange students are required to be regular students registered in either an undergraduate or graduate program in their Home University.

3.     The total number of exchange students shall be determined by mutual consent. However, the number may be adjusted to achieve a balanced exchange over the term of this agreement.

4.     The Home University will be responsible for screening and selecting the students for this program, subject to acceptance by the Host University. Students must be proficient in English at least and/or in the language of instruction at the Host University to qualify for nomination.

Before the start of each exchange, both Universities recommend that their students contact the Professors of the other University to discuss research topics in detail.  The students should submit the name of their major advisor to both Universities.

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5.     Exchange students may transfer credits to their Home University for courses taken at the Host University. Exchange students shall register for a full course load.

6.     Exchange students will pay tuition fee to their Home University only. Both Universities will make a reasonable effort to assist exchange students in obtaining accommodations. Participating exchange students shall be responsible for housing, travel, medical insurance, and subsistence costs.

Article 3: Joint Research

7.     Both Universities will pay attention to joint research projects. The details of specific research projects and the form of cooperation associated therewith, including creation of an eventual international joint research laboratory, will be determined by mutual agreement and concluded by a separate memorandum of understanding.

8.     Both Universities will consider holding joint conferences. The details of specific conferences will be determined by mutual consent between the two Universities.

Article 4: Administrative Co-coordinators

9.     Both Universities agree to appoint an overall Administrative Co-coordinator for the administration of this agreement. The co-coordinator will serve as the contact person on campus, being responsible for ensuring that necessary approvals are in place, and overseeing the general welfare of the exchange students and arrangements associated with visits.

This agreement will be effective from the date of signature and shall remain in effect for an initial period of five years. Thereafter, it shall be automatically renewed for successive five-year periods, unless either University terminates this agreement at any time by mutual consent or by giving six months advanced notice in written form to the other.


Signed MoU: PDF

ICCCC2018: Last Call for Papers

Written on Nov. 15, 2017.

ICCCC2018: Last Call for Papers

ICCCC2018: 2018 7th International Conference on Computers Communications and Control

http://univagora.ro/en/icccc2018/ , May 8-12, 2018 : Hotel President (4 stars, aqua-park, spa), Băile Felix, Oradea, România

Co- Sponsored by

IEEE Region 08 -Europe, Middle East, Africa

Deadlines for ICCCC2018

  • Abstract or Full Paper Draft Submission: November 30, 2017
  • Notification of Acceptance/Rejection of Abstracts: December 15, 2017
  • Full Paper Submission : January 15, 2018
  • Notification of Acceptance/Rejection of Papers: February  15, 2018.
  • Final Submission of Accepted Papers: March 15, 2018.
  • Conference Fees TransferFebruary 16- March 15, 2018

Note: All submissions will be performed via EasyChair:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icccc2018

List of Topics

Special Session 1: Network Optimization and Security (Organizers and Chairs: Y.
DONOSO and D.BUCERZAN)Special Session 2: Advances in Fuzzy Systems (Organizer
and Chair: B. BEDE)
Special Session 3: Brain-inspired Nano-architectures (Organizer and Chair: V. BEIU)
Special Session 4: Affective Computing (Organizer and Chair: A. KAKLAUSKAS)
Regular Session: Miscellanea (artificial intelligence, quantum computing, soft computing,
communications, control, decision making etc.) (Organizer and Chair: I. DZITAC)

Invited Speakers

1. Prof. Alfred Bruckstein (Israel)
2. Prof. Barnabas Bede (USA)
3. Prof. Arturas Kaklauskas (Lithuania)
4. Prof. Yezid Donoso (Colombia)
5. Prof. Valeriu Beiu (Romania)

Publication

ICCCC2018 proceedings will be published in IEEE Proceedings of 2018 7th
International Conference on Computers Communications and Control (ISBN
978-1-5386-1934-6) and will be indexed and abstracted in IEEE Xplore and
other A&I independent databases (ex. ISI Web of Science, Scopus etc).

Several extended papers will be published in ISI quoted journal (IF = 1.374):

http://univagora.ro/jour/index.php/ijccc/

General Program of ICCCC2018:

http://univagora.ro/en/icccc2018/program/

General Chair of ICCCC2018: Prof. Ioan DZIŢAC, Ph.D.

E-mail: icccc@univagora.ro, rectorat@univagora.ro

ITQM2017: Agora's special session in India

Written on Nov. 8, 2017.

ITQM2017: Agora's special session in India

ITQM2017, 8-10 December, 2017, Delhi, India

Special Session 01: Soft computing methods in quantitative management and decision making processes

Organizers and Chairs:

1. Florin Gheorghe Filip, Romanian Academy, Romania& Doctor Honoris Causa of Agora University;
2. Ioan Dzitac, Rector of Agora University of Oradea &  Professor at Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania;
3. Simona Dzitac, Assoc. Professor at University of Oradea, Romania & Researcher at R&D Agora Center.

  • In according with Zadeh’s definition, Soft Computing (SC) is based on Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning and Probabilistic Reasoning. SC can deal with ambiguous or noisy data and is tolerant of imprecision, uncertainty, partial truth, and approximation. In effect, the role model for SC is the human mind. Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence based on SC provide the background for the development of smart management systems and decisions in case of ill-posed problems.
  • In many real-world situations, the problems of decision making are subjected to some constraints, objectives and consequences that are not accurately known. After Bellman and Zadeh introduced for the first time fuzzy sets within multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM), many researchers have been preoccupied by decision making in fuzzy environments. The fusion between MCDM and fuzzy set theory has led to a new decision theory, known today as fuzzy multi-criteria decision making (FMCDM), where we have decision-maker models that can deal with incomplete and uncertain knowledge and information. The most important thing is that, when we want to assess, judge or decide we usually use a natural language in which the words do not have a clear, definite meaning. As a result, we need fuzzy numbers to express linguistic variables, to describe the subjective judgement of a decision maker in a quantitative manner. Fuzzy numbers (FN) most often used are triangular FN, trapezoidal FN and Gaussian FN. We highlight that the concept of linguistic variable introduced by Lotfi A. Zadeh in 1975 allows computation with words instead of numbers and thus linguistic terms defined by fuzzy sets are intensely used in problems of decision theory for modelling uncertain information. After Atanassov introduced the concept of intuitionistic fuzzy sets, where each element is characterized by a membership function, as in fuzzy sets, as well as by a non-membership function, the interest in the study of the problems of decision making theory with the help of intuitionistic fuzzy sets has increased.
  • The goal of this special session is to bring together researchers interested in applications of soft computing algorithms and procedures in quantitative management and decision making, in order to exchange ideas on problems, solutions, and to work together in a friendly environment.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

    - Ant colony optimization algorithms;
    - Artificial intelligence methods for web mining;
    - Bayesian networks and decision graphs; Computational intelligence methods for data mining;
    - Decision support systems for quantitative management;
    - Decision making with missing and/or uncertain data;
    - Fuzzy multi-criteria decision making;
    - Fuzzy and neuro-fuzzy modelling and simulation;
    - Fuzzy numbers applications to decision making;
    - Fuzzy-sets-based models in operation research;
    - Knowledge Discovery in Databases;
    - Machine learning for intelligent support of quantitative management;
    - Neural networks in decision making tools;
    - Smarter decisions;
    - Support Vector Machine in SC applications;

  • Special Sessions: http://www.itqm-meeting.org/2017/workshop.htm#ss1

  • AILC2017

    Written on Oct. 4, 2017.

    AILC2017

    11th Agora International Law Conference, AILC 2017

    “Prospects and Challenges of 21st Century Law”

    October 19-20, 2017, Oradea - Romania

    http://univagora.ro/conferences/ailc2017

    Organized by:

    • Agora University, Juridical and Administration Science Faculty, Social Sciences Department
    • Transilvania University of Braşov, Faculty of Law

    In collaboration with:

    Conference Chair

    PhD. Professor Elena-Ana IANCU

    Satellite events: Exposition and BACStud2017: http://univagora.ro/ro/conferinte/bacstud2017/

    Parallel Sessions:

    Call for Papers: Icon PDF (511,2 KO)

    Session I:  The impact of legislative changes in judicial practice

    Session II: The role of interdisciplinarity in legal sciences

    Session III: The dynamics of crime in contemporary society

    Session IV: Comparative Approaches to International Law

    In the conference program will be able to enroll research teams, teams of specialists from Romania and abroad with online interventions. For this purpose the organizers will provide appropriate technical equipment and conduct discussions via video conference.

    Publication

    Accepted papers presented at  AILC 2017  will be published in AGORA International Journal of Juridical Sciences,  http://univagora.ro/jour/index.php/aijjs/index 1843-570X, E-ISSN: 2067-7677, indexed in many international databases.

    Important Dates

    • Register: October 05, 2017
    • Paper Submission Deadline: October 05, 2017
    • Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: October  10, 2017
    • The fee payment: October 10, 2017
    • Author’s enrolment in the program of conference: October 18, 2017

    Contact

    Agora University of Oradea

    Address:

    8 Piața Tineretului

    Oradea, BH 410526

    GPS coord.:    Lat.  N: 47.04893842183075

                            Long. E: 21.950868387444626

    Office:                       (+40) 259 427 398,(+40) 259 472 513

    Fax:                (+40) 259 434 925

    E-mail:           ailc@univagora.ro

    Web:               http://univagora.ro/

    Previous Editions

    2016 -             http://univagora.ro/ro/conferinte/ailc2016/

    2015      -             http://univagora.ro/ro/ailc-2015/

    2014      -             http://univagora.ro/ro/ailc-2014/

    2013      -             http://cepct.ro/galerie/AILC2013/index.html/

    http://www.ovidan.ro/?p=articles.details.9374

    2012      -             http://www.ovidan.ro/?p=articles.details.7628     

    2011      -             http://www.ovidan.ro/?p=articles.details.5936

    2009    -          http://www.cepct.ro/assets/arhiva-cepct/cepct2009.pdf  

    2008      -             http://www.ovidan.ro/?p=articles.details.1481

    2007      -             http://www.ovidan.ro/?p=articles.details.555

    IJCCC, Impact Factor = 1.374

    Written on July 18, 2017.

    International Journal of Computers Communications & Control

    ISSN 1841-9836. Frequency: 6 issues/ year. ISO: Int. J. Comput. Commun. Control; JCR Abbrev: INT J COMPUT COMMUN.

    Covered by Thomson/Clarivate in  Science Citation Index  Expanded (Impact Factor/3 years in JCR2016: IF=1.374).

    Scopus: CiteScore 2016 = 1.06.

    Ethics: This journal is a member of, and subscribes to the principles of, the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). IJCCC is a member of CrossRef/DOI. 

    Editor's note: The authors must read the IJCCC Rules before Submission. The manuscripts submitted  via e-mail will be ignored by the Editorial Team. All submitted manuscripts will be scanned for identification of similiraties and will be analized by editors for plagiarism prevention  (for this reason submission tax is required).


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    Vol 12, No 4 (2017): INT J COMPUT COMMUN

    Full Issue

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    Table of Contents

    Articles

    Ioan Dzitac, Misu-Jan Manolescu
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    449-460
    Cristian Barría, David Cordero, Claudio Cubillos, Miguel Palma, Daniel Cabrera
    PDF
    461-474
    Angel Cațaron, Razvan Andonie, Yvonne Chueh
    PDF
    475-491
    Qifeng Cheng, Tiantian Wang, Sicong Guo, Dayi Zhang, Kai Jing, Liang Feng, Zhifeng Zhao, Peizhuang Wang
    PDF
    492-502
    Daniel Lima Gomes Jr, Paulo Roberto Jansen dos Reis, Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva, Aristófanes Corrêa Silva, Geraldo Braz Jr, Marcelo Gattass, Antônio Sérgio de Araújo
    PDF
    507-518
    Endrowednes Kuantama, Tiberiu Vesselenyi, Simona Dzitac, Radu Tarca
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    519-532
    Neelamegam Manoharan, Subhransu Sekhar Dash, Kurup Sathy Rajesh, Sidhartha Panda
    PDF
    533-549
    Francisco José Pérez, Marcelo Zambrano, Manuel Esteve, Carlos Palau
    PDF
    550-561
    Xiaoli Song, Yunzhan Gong, Dahai Jin, Qiangyi Li, Hengchang Jing
    PDF
    562-576
    Dalin Zhang
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    577-591

    Rector's Word 2016-2017

    Written on March 10, 2017.

    Rector's Word 2016-2017


    "Access to Success!" (Motto UAO)

    "The management team of Agora University of Oradea assumes transparency as an essential component of quality." (Mission assumed by the rector and his team)

    EUA-IEP Team: "The team has enjoyed learning about the characteristics of Agora University and its role as an entrepreneurial provider of higher education in the fields of law, management and social science. It has been an interesting experience to discuss with staff, students, and external stakeholders the challenges faced by UAO and the university’s efforts to address constraints and to explore future opportunities. We believe the university has the potential to take successful steps in its next stage of development."

    Agora University of Oradea is a higher education institution of private law and public utility, founded in 2000 by Agora Foundation,  accredited by ARACIS in 2010 and  validated by the Romanian Parliament by Law 59/2012, as a part of national system of higher education in Romania.

    On 24.04.2012 I was elected rector by all teachers and students of the University Agora, the legislature from 2012 to 2016, and in 2016  I was re-elected for the mandate 2016-2020.

    Rector legally represents the University Agora of Oradea (UAO) in the National Council of Rectors in relations with the Ministry of National Education and its subordinate entities or advisory (ARACIS, CNATDCU, UEFISCDI etc.), with central and local government, educational institutions and national research and abroad, with domestic and international public bodies.

    Although young and small, with two faculties (Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Law and Administration), University Agora is extremely dynamic and active. Instead of a quantitative prefer qualitative development.

    Without false modesty, Agora University have some performance difficult to achieve even some old and larger academic institutions: 5 research centers (two international), a publishing house editing 5 international scientific journals in English language (one of which is indexed in ISI Web of Science), 5 international conferences in English, a computer laboratory, a forensic laboratory, three rooms with smart boards for videoconferencing courses, three lecture halls with over 100 seats, platform for e- functional learning, and 10 POS-DRU successfully  projects.

    If you agree a higher quality education, through modern teaching technologies, in full transparency and legality, come with the greatest confidence to University Agora.

    In total transparency spirit that characterizes us, I invite you to read the document below: Rector's report about UAO 2015 (Cf. article 130 of Law 1/2011): PDF


    Success to  Access!

    Rector,  Prof.dr. Ioan Dziţac

    http://www.digi24.ro/video/emisiuni-regionale/oradea/recrutat-in-crisana/recrutat-in-crisana-25-mai-2015-15-ani-de-agora-in-oradea-396618

    Tel. /fax: +40 359 101 032,
    Mobil: +40 722 562 053
    Email: rector@ univagora.ro

    Mission and Goals

    Written on March 7, 2017.

    Mission and Goals

    Vision, Mission and Goals

    The team has enjoyed learning about the characteristics of Agora University and its role as an entrepreneurial provider of higher education in the fields of law, management and social science. It has been an interesting experience to discuss with staff, students, and external stakeholders the challenges faced by UAO and the university’s efforts to address constraints and to explore future opportunities. We believe the university has the potential to take successful steps in its next stage of development.”

    (EUA-IEP evaluation team, 2014)

    Extract from Chapter II (from University Charter).  Mission and Goals

    Art. 2.  (1) The mission of the Agora University is based on initial vision of the founders, who not randomly chose as a name, an ancient symbol of public democracy. The democratic spirit of "Agora" was and always will be the straight line of its development and will also bring for the university an innovative value, dynamism and harmonious growth. The founders understood that the encouragement of thinking and expressing freely of the Agora’s students, academic and research staff, the opening mind, in order to have as managers and leaders professionals and important cultural and scientific personalities from outside, able to obtain and even to exceed in a short period of time the performances of some important academic institutions with tradition in this area.         

    (2) Being a young university, centered on education in the field of social sciences, the Agora University assumes the mission to transmit to its students the spirit of "Agora", based on the values of democracy and trans-disciplinary humanism, this spirit being forwarded to the society by the students. Starting with the present goods and internal potential, with the opening towards external collaborations, the Agora University wants for the near future to add new values for the human knowledge, promoting and encouraging  the research, tending towards a mission of education and research, so as to be well recognized in the Romanian and European academic areas as an efficient model for the access to success in a dynamic society.     

    (3) The Agora University aims to become a cultural and civic center, designed to contribute to forming and transmitting the national and universal values, promoting the pluralism of options for the civic and political  development and, through its own graduates and scientific researches, to contribute to the improvement of the performances obtained by the economical companies in the Western part of Romania.  

    Art. 3. In order to fulfill its mission, the Agora University established the following objectives:

    1.  Being a student education centered university, Agora aims:

    a) engaging teaching methods  and modern learning, based on the implementation of the e-learning technology in teaching,  to all university programs and, also, post graduate programs, of professional continuous formation, and development and to all its forms of education;

    b) the exact identification of the objectives of the university programs and post graduate programs, as well as the correct evaluation of costs and benefits;

    c) the creation of an "Agora" academic culture, based on democracy, interdisciplinary, opening for new and for exterior, that should contribute to the community efforts to high up the level of culture and civilization of Romanian people;

    d) providing the community  specialists with highly professional,  moral and civic background, locally and regionally recognition of educational services that are offered.  

    (2) the optimization of activity for research-development-innovation through:

    a)  the establishment of  a strategy for basic and applied scientific research in the economic, juridical and social carried out in collaboration with other Romanian and foreign  universities and research institutes, aimed for supporting economic, social and cultural development.

    b) the dissemination of research results through publications, exploratory workshops, conferences and research networks with internal and external participants;

    (3) Strengthening and expanding relations with the external environment, scientific, economic and social one:

    a)  consolidation and development of a  responsible institutional and managerial culture in order to value the strengths,  to exploit opportunities and to always ensure the effective management of risks;

    ICCCC2018

    Written on Feb. 2, 2017.

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    ICCCC2018  7th International Conference on Computers Communications and Control

    Co-Sponsored by IEEE Region 8 - Europe, Middle East, Africa (ICCCC2016)

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    and by Research & Development Center of  Agora University

    Place: Link - Hotel President****, Băile Felix, Oradea, România

    Period:  May 08-12, 2018

    Organizer:  Agora University of Oradea,

    under the aegis of Romanian Academy: - Information Science and Technology Section.

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    - This edition is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of RICHARD  P.  FEYNMAN (1918-1988) - American theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics and others, Link - The Nobel Prize in Physics 1965-

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    Previous edition: ICCCC 2016: http://univagora.ro/en/icccc2016

    The Proceedings of  ICCCC2016 has been published by IEEE and indexed in Link - IEEE Xplore and in Link - ISI Web of Science (Thomson Reuters).

    Some selected proceedings papers was extended and published in Link - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS COMMUNICATIONS & CONTROL .

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