Written on May 3, 2016.
Ioana Moisil was born in-Bucharest, on 25 of May 1948.
- She graduated the high-school college “George Coşbuc” in Bucharest
- In 1971 she obtained the MSc in Mathematics, speciality Elasticity, at the Universityof Bucharest
- Specialisation in informatics – ICI Bucharest 1972
- Scientific degree certificate – Université Libre de Bruxelles, School of Public Health - 1991
- PhD in mathematics in 1997 from the Romanian Academy, Institute of Mathematics Statistics “Gheorghe Mihoc”(coordinator professor Tiberiu Postelnicu), with the thesis Incertitudine şi decizie în analiza factorilor de risc (Uncertaity and Decision in Risk Factors Analysis).
During 1971- 1986 she worked at ICI Bucharest, at the sector for training in informatics, first as stagiar porogrammer, and then as trainer and expert trainer in informatics. Between 1986 and 1989 she is senior mathematician at IMF „Carol Davila” Bucharest – Biophysical Department. , and from1989 until 1999 senior analyst-programmer at the Ministry of Health – CCSSDM- Computing, Health Statistics and Medical Documentation Centre. Starting wit 1999 she is a reader and then full profesor at the „Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu (ULBS) – Facultaty of Engineering, Since 2010 she is retired but continues the collaboration with ULBS in the frame of the Research Centre for Informatics and Information Technology-Faculty of Sciences.Her main research interests are: applied computer science, CAI and CAL, e-learning, e-health, statistical modelling and simulation, artificial intelligence and decision-making.
Prof. Ioana Moisil was a honorary guest of theAgora University of Oradea (UAO) in 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2015, contributing substantially to the prestige of the scientific activities organized by UAO.
The Rector proposes to the Senate to award the title of Professor Honoris Causa of the Agora University to Professor IOANA MOISIL, with the occasion of the 6th edition of the International Conference on Computers, Communications and Control (IEEE- ICCCC 2016), conference dedicated to the anniversary of 110 years since the birth of Grigore C. Moisil (1906-1973).