Professors

Cătălina-Lucia COCIANU

Full Professor

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Corina Agarici

Director, Project Management Lead at The Estée Lauder Companies

Skilled in building cross-functional teams, demonstrating strong communication skills and making critical decisions during challenges. Adaptable leader with an ability to form and coach team members and team leads. Developing opportunities that further establish organizational goals. Large Program Management in multinational environment, versatile experience, including Program Management in System Integrations, Software Development, HR Areas, Employee Relations, Recruitment, Vendor Management. Dynamic and motivated professional with a proven record of generating and building relationships, managing programs and projects from concept to completion.

Catalin Silvestru

Cătălin Ionuț SILVESTRU is associate professor in Economic Informatics and Cybernetics Department, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest. He received his PhD in the field of Economic Informatics at the Academy of Economic Studies. He is a member of INFOREC professional association, Project Management Romania association, ACM, IEEE and others. He has one invention and one prototype approved. His work focuses on the programming, robotics, blockchain, information system, e-learning, long life learning, and project management, building management system, software application, integrated management systems and human resources development. His research experience is consistent as Project Manager of 7 research projects won by competition in National contests and 9 projects won by competition in International contests. . He is also member in several working groups as European level (such as EQF AG, ESCO) as well as in various working groups and committees at local level involving adult education and training, higher education and professional development. He published over 40 articles in journals and magazines in computer science, informatics, e-learning, project management and long life learning fields, over 30 papers presented at national and international conferences, symposiums and work-shops and he was member in over 38 research projects.

Christian Nasulea

Associate Professor

Christian Nasulea teaches economics at the Faculty of History of the University of Bucharest and is an associate lecturer at the Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. His courses cover topics such as Global Economics, Globalisation, History of Economic Thought, Business Administration, Innovation Management and Cross-Cultural Management. He is the Executive Director of the Institute for Economic Studies – Europe and a fellow of the Institut de Recherches Economiques et Fiscales. He has a PhD in management with a thesis on complex adaptive systems. His research interests revolve around economics and technology. In addition to his academic work he is also a tech entrepreneur currently holding positions as CEO or CTO in several tech businesses. His business work deals with software development, blockchain, information security, online education, media production.

Cristian Negrutiu

Partner @ Sparking Capital

Currently the co-founder of a Venture Capital fund, Cristian Negrutiu has an experience of 19 years in the Operations & Supply Chain field.

Carmen Paunescu

Professor

Carmen Paunescu is a Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation at the Faculty of Business Administration in foreign languages, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE).

Cătălina Chinie

Lecturer - FABIZ

Economist with a PhD in Business Administration and over 10 years of experience in finance and IT sectors

Christian Fieseler

Professor Of Economics

After stations at the University of St. Gallen, and as visiting researcher and faculty associate at the Universities of Harvard and Stanford, Christian currently serves as full professor for Communication and Management at the Department of Communication and Culture at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway, where he dedicated the last five years to building an interdisciplinary research group (the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society) and a solid curriculum at the intersection of New Media, Digital Technologies and Society.