Dr. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU is at present an associated Professor of Software Engineering at UNESCO Department University "Politehnica" of Bucharest. Following the approved Joint Council of Europe/UNESCO " Convention on the recognition of qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region " (Lisbon, 1997), Dr. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU has been appointed as UNESCO Chairholder , by City University London, at the beginning of the academic year 1998/1999. Dr. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU has been a Visiting Professor at:
He has been invited in October 2014 to joint Steering Committee for Erasmus Mundus Action 2 " Leading Mobility between Europe and Asia in Deveoping Enginireeng Education and Research ( LEADERS) project as the representative of the University of Oradea, for the period 2014 - 2018.
Prof. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU has published over 100 papers in International Journals and Conference Proceedings and is author of one book and co-author of 3 books.
He has worked for many years on problems associated with software reliability and has been Co-Director of two NATO research projects involving collaboration with partner institutions throughout Europe. He is on advisory board of several international journals, Reliability: Theory & Applications Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics ( JSCI) and Microelectronics Reliability . He is reviewer for ACM Computing Reviews, IJCSIS, and Associated Editor to IJICT .
Also he is a member of ENBIS, IEE, IEEE and IEEE Communications Society. Dr. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU was elected active member of The New York Academy of Science in 1996 and of the ARA in 2004. Also Dr. Florin POPENTIU has been elected Fellow of the Academy of Romanian Scientists in 2008.He is EU Expert for the H2020 and ALL EU Programme. His Research ID is E-5787-2010. Also in 2009 he has been nominated UNESCO Expert in the field of Higher Education, Research and Knowledge.
Prof. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU is currently Visiting Professor at "ParisTech" which includes the "Grandes Ecoles", The ATHENS Programme , where he teaches courses on Software Reliability. He also lectures on Software Reliability at International Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering - Technical University of Denmark.