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ACADEMIA ROMN PRESIDENT IONEL HAIDUC

EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS PRESIDENT - FELIX UNGER

UNIVERSITATEA DE VEST VASILE GOLDI ARAD RECTOR AUREL ARDELEAN

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGIES IN THE CHARPATHIAN AND DANUBIAN AREA TECHNICAL AND ECONOMICAL ECOLOGY ISSUES AND THE MEDICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS 27th and 28th NOVEMBER 2009 VASILE GOLDI WESTERN UNIVERSITY, ARAD, ROMANIA
We would kindly ask you to submit the titles of your presentations, until the 1st of September 2009. Contact persons: Francisc Schneider and Turbatu Nicolae

Vasile Goldi Western University Arad, International Relations Department 94 96 Revoluiei Blvd., 310025, Arad, Romania Tel. / Fax: (+40) 257 / 285 813, E-mail: relint@uvvg.ro

TOPICS
Solar Power Potential

- Solar Roof-Program - Converting solar energy in electricity (fotovoltaic cells) Wind Energy experience - Recent achievements and problems in Wind Industry Biomass Bio fuels : Biogas, Bioetanol, Biodiesel Wood energy - celuloze Geothermal Potential

Recent achievements and problems of the Wind Industry Municipality Energy Independence best practice - waste reciclyng generating power Clean energy Hydropower, micro-hydropowerplants Energy efficiency in constructions Social and medical impact

Impact upon Environment using high-tech machinery for generating clean energy

Scientific Comitee :

Executive Comitee :

Momir Djurovi - President - Montenegro Adrian Cotoraci President - Romania Antoanela Naaji - Romania Adriana Puca - Romania Dorina Ardelean - Romania Anca Hermenean - Romania Florin Dumescu - Romania Ciprian Pribac - Romania Francisc Schneider - Romania Cristian Haiduc - Romania Gavril Ardelean - Romania Dru Aurel - Romania Gheorghe Dehelean - Romania Isabela Alic - Romania Gylbert Fayl - Austria Mihai Brad - Romania Ioan Trifa - Romania Monica Ciobanu - Romania

Ioan Vdan Ladislau Veka Liana Mo Sorin Pavel Viorel Prelici Virgil Maier

Romania Romania Romania Romania - Romania - Romania

Nicolae Turbatu - Romania Sorin Fildan - Romania Stelian Boia - Romania Violeta Turcu - Romania

VASILE GOLDI WESTERN UNIVERSITY ARAD, EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY


Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad was founded in 1990, and became accredited 2002 by law no. 240. Its spiritual patron is the brilliant historical personality of Vasile Goldis, ideologist of the Great Union taking place on 1 December 1918. In september 2007, the Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad signed the MAGNA CHARTA UNIVERSITATUM in Bologna thus becomming part of the EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION AREA EHEA and of the MAGNA CHARTA OBSERVATORY Conference. Today, the Vasile Goldis Western University is member of the European University Association E.U.A., the European Federation of Superior Schools F.E.D.E. and the Danubian University Association. With more than 16000 undergraduate students, master and doctoral candidates, and over 25,000 who have already graduated, the University is a founding member of the Private Universities Union of Romania. The modern academic curriculum, focusing on students' interests, and based on the Bologna Declaration Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad offers all three levels of higher education: bachelor's degree, master and doctoral programs. The European credit transfer system provides both undergraduate and graduate students, with the chance of national and international mobility. The highly qualified teaching staff, the pedagogical infrastructure, and research center set up at European standards, are proof that Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad meets all the requirements by challenging students to acquire not only knowledge but become competitive on the global labor market. RECTOR,

Professor AUREL ARDELEAN, PhD


THE CITY OF ARAD The geographical location of the city at the junction of major commercial roads as well as the vicinity to the border has favored the economical development of the city. The city of Arad is an industrial and commercial centre of old tradition. The guilds set up in the 17th and 18th centuries will constitute the basis for the further industrial development. In the late 19th century, the big industry develops along the small one. We mention the steam mill, the alcohol and yeast factory and the textile factory of the Neuman brothers, Hendel tool-machines factory, Lengyel furniture factory that will became famous in Europe for its high quality products, the railcars factory managed by Johann Weitzer. At the beginning of the 20th century Arad was considered one of the most developed cities in Transylvania.

Nowadays, the city of Arad is the main entrance gate in Romania coming from the European Union and the most important trans- European road and rail transportation junction in western Romania, included in the 4th Pan-European Corridor linking Western Europe to South-Eastern European and Middle East countries. Another element of attraction is the extended infrastructure, the qualified labour force and the rich industrial tradition.