Ion Marghescu

Prof. Ion MARGHESCU, Ph.D, is professor since 1995 at the Telecommunication Department of “Politehnica” University of Bucharest and Director of the Center for Research in Communications and Signal Processing of the same university. The main fields of expertise of Dr. Marghescu are: mobile communications networks, radio communications systems and circuits, analog and digital signal processing for communications, modulation techniques, multiple access techniques, and satellite communications.  Dr. Marghescu was/is involved as coordinator or as a member of the research team, in more than 30 national and international research projects between 1970 and 2012, in the field of telecommunications and signal processing. He was the director of 5 research projects supported by CNCSIS, a project supported by ANSTI, a project supported by MEC and World Bank, a project supported by the Romanian Academy, a project in the PNII IDEI frame, a project in the PNII Partnership frame. He also worked as a key expert or member of the research team in 7 national or European Projects (e.g. key expert in the EONAVCOM team of the ROSA STAR project).

Dr. Marghescu occupies the following positions: president of  “Electronica 2000” foundation; Referent for presentations of PhD degree thesis in Romania and abroad; Co-chair of numerous national and international Conferences; President of CT 267 Standardization Technical  Committee. He also acts as scientific advisor of Bachelor or Master thesis and scientific advisor of PhD students. Dr Marghescu has received the Traian Vuia Prize from the Romanian Academy and the AGIR Prize for his monography on GSM technology.

Dr. Marghescu has received in 1979 his PhD degree in Radio Communications from the Electronics and Telecommunications Faculty of The Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest. In 1967 he received his Engineer Diploma in Radiotechniques Specialization from the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Electronics and Telecommunications Faculty. Below are selected  some recent scientific papers published by Mr. Marghescu.