Mihai Dascalu


is a full professor at UPB, responsible for the courses of Object-Oriented Programming, Semantic Web Applications, and Data Mining and Data Warehousing. He was head of the class in 2009 (e.g., GPA 10/10; ranked 1st across specialization and university) at University Politehnica of Bucharest and holds a double Ph.D. with the highest distinctions in Computer Science and Educational Sciences, with his thesis published as a book in Springer, Studies in Computational Intelligence. He has extensive experience in national and international research projects with more than 300 published papers, including 30 articles at top-tier conferences, 100+ papers indexed ISI at renowned international conferences, and 10+ Q1 journal papers.



Last update: February 2020


Articles published on IXD&A:


• OntoStrength: An Ontology for Psychomotor Strength Development, N. 52, pp. 101 - 118,  abstractdownload (https://doi.org/10.55612/s-5002-052-006)


Joining Informal Learning in Online Knowledge Communities and Formal Learning in Higher Education: Instructional Design and Evaluation of a Blended-Learning Seminar with Learning Analytics Support, N. 43, 2019, pp. 110 - 127,  abstractdownload


• Smartness of Learning Ecosystems and its bottom-up emergence in six European Campuses, N. 27, pp. 79 - 92, abstractdownload


• Designing Smart Knowledge Building Communities', N. 22, pp. 9 - 21 abstractdownload


• Smart City Analytics: state of the art and future perspectives, N. 20, pp. 72 - 87, abstract, download