Gheroghe M. Stefan teaches digital design in the Polytechnics of Bucharest. Its scientific interests are focused on digital circuits, computer architecture and parallel computation. In the 1980s, he led a team which designed and implemented the Lisp machine DIALISP. In 2003-2009 he worked as Chief Scientist and co-founder in Brightscale, a Silicon Valley start-up which developed the BA1024, a many-core based chip for the HDTV market. In 1990-1991 served as Minister of Education and Science in the Romanian Government. More at http://arh.pub.ro/gstefan/. Nihil simul inventumest et perfectum (Cicero).
Gheorghe M. Stefan, born on 23 April 1948, vice-president, member of the board, since the BSUF’s founding. Engineer, Professor for the Polytechnics University of Bucharest, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology. Correspondent member of the Romanian Academy.