Professional Profile

DANIEL-IOAN CURIAC, Ph.D.


Studies:

1980-1984 High School for Informatics Timisoara
1985-1990 "Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Department of Automation and Applied Informatics
1996 Ph.D. in "Automatic Systems"


Professional Experience:

from February 26, 2001 Professor - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics
1999-2001 Associate Professor - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics
1996-1999 Lecturer - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics
1990-1996 Teaching Assistant - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

- PhD Supervisor - domain: Computer Engineering and Information Technology


Publications

- more than 120 scientific papers, 10 books;

Clarivate Analytics Web of Science (formerly ISI Web of Knowledge) Journal Publications:
  • D.I. Curiac, O. Banias, C. Volosencu, C.D. Curiac, "Novel Bioinspired Approach Based on Chaotic Dynamics for Robot Patrolling Missions with Adversaries", Entropy, MDPI, May 2018 pdf
  • M.V. Micea, C.S. Stangaciu, V. Stangaciu, D.I. Curiac, "Novel Hybrid Scheduling Technique for Sensor Nodes with Mixed Criticality Tasks", Sensors, MDPI, July 2017 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, "Towards Wireless Sensor, Actuator and Robot Networks: Conceptual Framework, Challenges and Perspectives", Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Elsevier, March 2016 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, "Wireless Sensor Network Security Enhancement Using Directional Antennas: State of the Art and Research Challenges", Sensors, MDPI, April 2016 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "A generic method to construct new customized-shaped chaotic systems using the relative motion concept", Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, Vilnius Univ, February 2016 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "Path Planning Algorithm based on Arnold Cat Map for Surveillance UAVs", Defence Science Journal, DESIDOC, November 2015 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "Imparting protean behavior to mobile robots accomplishing patrolling tasks in the presence of adversaries", Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, IOP Science, October 2015 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, M. Pachia, "Controlled information destruction: the final frontier in preserving information security for every organisation", Enterprise Information Systems, Taylor & Francis, May 2015 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "A 2D chaotic path planning for mobile robots accomplishing boundary surveillance missions in adversarial conditions", Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Elsevier, October 2014 pdf
  • D. Pescaru, D.I. Curiac, " Ensemble based traffic light control for city zones using a reduced number of sensors", Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Elsevier, September 2014 pdf
  • D. Pescaru, D.I. Curiac, "Anchor node localization for wireless sensor networks using video and compass information Fusion", Sensors, MDPI, March 2014 pdf
  • C. Volosencu, D.I. Curiac, "Efficiency improvement in multi-sensor wireless network based estimation algorithms for distributed parameter systems with application at the heat transfer", EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, Springer, January 2013 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "Chaotic trajectory design for monitoring an arbitrary number of specified locations using points of interest", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Hindawi, December 2012 pdf
  • D.I. Curiac, C. Volosencu, "Ensemble based sensing anomaly detection in wireless sensor networks", Expert Systems with Applications, Elsevier, August 2012 pdf

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