Research

Physico-chemical laboratory for water and sediments (LIAS)

Physico-chemical laboratory for water and sediments (LIAS)  The laboratory provides technical and analytical chemistry support for the:-       faculties scientific research projects, as well as for the students researches at PhD, master and bachelor level LOCATION Environmental Science and Engineering Faculty A body first flour MEMBRES Responsible Associate Professor PhD Eng. Radu MIHĂIESCU · Staff Associate Professor PhD Eng. Radu MIHĂIESCU Professor PhD Eng. Cristina ROȘU Scientific researcher III dr. Carmen ROBA Scientific researcher III dr. Ildiko MARTANAȘI Technician Gyongyi JAKAB ACTIVITIES

SAtellite based Monitoring Initiative for Regional Air quality

Project title: SAtellite based Monitoring Initiative for Regional Air quality Acronym: SAMIRA General description The project aims at improving regional and local air quality monitoring through synergetic use of data from present and upcoming earth observation satellites, traditionally used in situ air quality monitoring networks and output from chemical transport models. Duration of the project: 2016-2019. Funding: ESA/ESRIN. UBB partner resonsible: Assit. Prof. Dr. Nicolae Ajtai Partners: Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), Norway Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania INOE2000

ASSESSMENT OF THE GENOTOXIC EFFECTS RELATED TO CHRONIC LOW-DOSE IONISING RADIATION EXPOSURE IN POPULATION FROM BĂIȚA-ȘTEI URANIUM MINE AREA

The aim of the project is to provide data on the genetic hazards due to environmental exposure of low doses of ionizing radiation in population residing near the depleted Băița-Ştei uranium mine (Bihor County). For this purpose, two main objectives will be achieved, consisting in the accurate assessment of the annual effective dose for the population under study as well as the rigorously evaluation of the DNA damage in lymphocytes induced by radiation using the alkaline comet assay and the

GEOGENIC EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES FROM GEOTHERMAL AND PETROLEUM SYSTEMS- APPLICATION TO ROMANIA

Project title GEOGENIC EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES FROM GEOTHERMAL AND PETROLEUM SYSTEMS- APPLICATION TO ROMANIA Funding Program Program IDEI_Proiecte de Cercetare Exploratorie_Competitie 2011 Project PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0537 Project duration October 2011 – September 2016 Summary The project proposes a complex approach intending to provide a more precise quantification and understanding of the geogenic emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), especially CH4 and CO2, and photochemical pollutants from geothermal and petroleum systems. Romania is one of the richest European countries in surface manifestations of

Research units

Research Institute for Sustainability and Disaster Management based on High Performance Computing (ISUMADECIP) ISUMADECIP Mission The Institute operates as a research unit dealing with topics like causes of disasters, the effects generated by various disasters, appropriate management strategies, short-, medium- and long-term effects on the population, economy and environment and proposed management strategies for various types of disasters. ISUMADECIP provides the framework for interdisciplinary research, setting the basis for addressing the challenges induced by the complex disaster management process. The

Research laboratories

RADO Laboratory Physico-chemical laboratory for water and sediments (LIAS)

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