Experience in the domains of engineering, Quality Assurance, electronics and Internet services (translation, web design, Internet marketing, web business solutions).
Owner and manager with MultiMedia
Developer of MultiMedia Network
Partner with MultiMedia in several European and national research and development projects
Project Coordinator for European Teleworking Development Romania (ETD)
Member of Rotary Club Drobeta Turnu Severin Continental
Cofounder of the regional association and president of the Mehedinti Branch of Romanian Association for Electronic Industry and Software
Initiator, cofounder and president of Romanian Association for Telework and Teleactivities
Member of Internet Society
Initiator, cofounder and president of Romanian Teleworking Society
Cofounder and vice-president of the Mehedinti Branch of the General Association of Engineers in Romania
Physicist engineer - Bachelor of Physics, Major Nuclear Physics
Training for a doctor degree in telecommunications
Internal auditor for the Quality Management Systems
Specialist in industrial Nondestructive Testing
Attested for Quality Assurance
Hundreds of publications (books, e-books, articles), mainly from the IT domain.
Languages: Romanian, French, English
A guide for music: compositions, events, forms, genres, groups, history,
industry, instruments, language, live music, musicians, songs, musicology,
techniques, terminology , theory, music video.
Music is a human activity which involves
structured and audible sounds, which is used for artistic or aesthetic,
entertainment, or ceremonial purposes.
The traditional or classical European aspects
of music often listed are those elements given primacy in European-influenced
classical music: melody, harmony, rhythm, tone color/timbre, and form. A more
comprehensive list is given by stating the aspects of sound: pitch, timbre,
loudness, and duration.
Common terms used to discuss particular pieces
include melody, which is a succession of notes heard as some sort of unit;
chord, which is a simultaneity of notes heard as some sort of unit; chord
progression, which is a succession of chords (simultaneity succession); harmony,
which is the relationship between two or more pitches; counterpoint, which is
the simultaneity and organization of different melodies; and rhythm, which is
the organization of the durational aspects of music.
This plain-English guide helps readers find the right parakeet and offers expert advice on feathering his nest, from setting up the cage and selecting foods to keeping messes at bay. Readers will discover how to groom a parakeet, recognize the symptoms of illness, and keep a parakeet safe from other pets. They will also see how to teach a parakeet to talk, understand parakeet behavior, and find an avian veterinarian.
What would normally be a quiet, very private event was, in Alex's case, headline news. Over the thirty years they had worked together, Alex and Irene had become famous—two pioneers who opened an unprecedented window into the hidden yet vast world of animal minds. Alex's brain was the size of a shelled walnut, and when Irene and Alex first met, birds were not believed to possess any potential for language, consciousness, or anything remotely comparable to human intelligence. Yet, over the years, Alex proved many things. He could add. He could sound out words. He understood concepts like bigger, smaller, more, fewer, and none. He was capable of thought and intention. Together, Alex and Irene uncovered a startling reality: We live in a world populated by thinking, conscious creatures.
The fame that resulted was extraordinary. Yet there was a side to their relationship that never made the papers. They were emotionally connected to one another. They shared a deep bond far beyond science. Alex missed Irene when she was away. He was jealous when she paid attention to other parrots, or even people. He liked to show her who was boss. He loved to dance. He sometimes became bored by the repetition of his tests, and played jokes on her. Sometimes they sniped at each other. Yet nearly every day, they each said, "I love you."
Alex and Irene stayed together through thick and thin—despite sneers from experts, extraordinary financial sacrifices, and a nomadic existence from one university to another. The story of their thirty-year adventure is equally a landmark of scientific achievement and of an unforgettable human-animal bond.
A computer is a machine that inputs (takes in) facts and information
(known as data), and then processes (does something to or with) it.
Afterwards it outputs, or displays, the results for you to see. Data is
all kinds of information, including, pictures, letters, numbers, and
sounds. There are two main parts of computers, hardware and software.
Hardware is all of the parts of the computer you can see and touch.
Software is the instructions that a computer uses to do what you ask it
to. Pieces of software are often called programs.