Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis

Since 1951

Founded in 1951 by T. Popoviciu

Research fields

Numerical Analysis & Modeling

Most notable

B-splines (invent. nonunif. grids)

Notable results

  • Papers (in journals: Numer. Math., Math. Comp., J. Comp. Phys., Adv. Water Res.,…)
  • Books (in: Springer, Birkhauser,…)
  • Survey, JCR/ISI,… papers
  • Honors,…

Works, categorized -as posts- by

Birkhäuser/Springer

Springer

Springer

Lambert

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Supercomputing experience

Cooperation agreements with Forschungszentrum Jülich (Germany), allowing numerical applications on supercomputers.

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Journal of Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory

A peer-reviewed journal since 1972.

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acad. Tiberiu Popoviciu

 

One of the greatest Romanian mathematicians.

One of the Romanian computer pioneers.

Appears in the select History of Approximation Theory (Technion Univ., Israel).

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MARICA Computer (1959), Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis, Romanian Academy
DACICC-1 (1963) electronic computer, in complete configuration
The DACICC-200 computer (1968), installed at Bucharest (1969), operated by engineers Petre Soreanu, Mircea Bocu and Gheorghe Farkas

Some of the first electronic computers in Romania built here:

  • MARICA, ’59, relay computer;
  • DACICC-1, ’63, 3rd in Romania, but 1st with transistors & RAM memory;
  • DACICC-200, ’68, most powerful Romanian computer; 1st with OS & compiler.
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The tree of the PhD descendants of T. PopoviciuG. Călugăreanu and D.V. Ionescu.

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