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Mircea Malitza
Member of the Romanian Academy
Member of the Writers’ Union of Romania

Born: February 20, 1927

Past Positions

  • 1950-1956 - Director of the Library of the Romanian Academy
  • 1956-1961 - Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Romania to the United Nations, New York
  • 1962-1970 - Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • 1970-1972 - Minister of Education
  • 1971-1989 - Professor, University of Bucharest, Department of Mathematics
  • 1980-1982 - Ambassador to Switzerland and UN Geneva
  • 1982-1984 - Ambassador to the USA
  • Member of the Preparatory Committee of the World Conference on Population, Bucharest (1974), and of the World Conference on Science and Technology for Development, Vienna (1979), where he chaired the Committee on the Future of Science

Present Positions

  • President of the Future Studies Commission of the Romanian Academy
  • Vice-President of the Commission of Science Policy Studies of the Romanian Academy
  • Secretary General of the Association of International Law and International Relations
  • Vice-President of the European Cultural Center, Bucharest
  • Founding President of the Black Sea University Foundation and Professor of International Relations
  • Doctor Honoris Causa of the Cheboksary University, the Russian Federation, "Polytehnica" University, Timişoara, Romania and University of Oradea, Romania
  • Director International Quarterly Millennium III

Affiliations

  • Club of Rome
  • World Academy of Arts and Science (WAAS)
  • Collaborator of CEPES-UNESCO,
  • Académie Internationale de Prospective Sociale
  • Quantitative Group in IPSA
  • World Future Studies Federation (WFSF)
  • European Center for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences (Vienna)
  • International Council for Science Policy

Books

Related to Diplomacy and Negotiations

  • Pagini din trecutul diplomaţiei româneşti (Pages of the History of Romanian Diplomacy), 1966
  • Diplomaţia. Şcoli şi instituţii (Diplomacy. Schools and Institutions), 1970
  • UN Charter, 1970
  • Romanian Diplomacy. An Historical Outlook, 1970
  • Teoria şi practica negocierilor (Theory and Practice of Negotiations), 1972
  • Mathematical Approaches to International Relations (ed.), 3 vols., 1977-1978
  • Mecanisme de reglementare paşnică a diferendelor dintre state (Mechanisms for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes Between States), 1982

On Mathematics

  • Programarea patratica (Quadratic Programming), 1968
  • Mathematics of Organizations, 1971
  • Modele matematice ale sistemului educaţional (Mathematical Models of Educational Systems), 1973
  • Programarea neliniară (Nonlinear Programming), 1973
  • Triade (Triads), 1973
  • Coalition and Connection in Games (with S. Guiasu), Pergamon Press, 1980
  • Incertitudine şi decizie (Uncertainty and Decision), 1982
  • Bazele inteligenţei artificiale (The Bases of Artificial Intelligence), 1987

Other Works

  • Repere (Landmarks), 1967
  • Cronica anului 2000 (Chronicle of the Year 2000), 1969. Translated into German, Polish, Slovak, Hungarian, Spanish
  • Sfinxul (The Sphinx), 1969
  • Aurul cenuşiu (Grey Gold), 3 vols. 1971-1973. Translated into Hungarian, Polish, Italian
  • Pietre vii (Living Stones), 1973
  • Idei în mers (Ideas in Marching), 2 vols., 1975, 1982. Translated into Hungarian
  • Fire şi noduri (Knots and Threads), 1975
  • Zidul şi iedera (The Wall and the Ivy), 1977
  • "No limits to learning", Report by the Club of Rome, co-author, Pergamon Press, 1979
  • "New informational technologies in higher education", CEPES-UNESCO, Bucharest, co-editor, 1989
  • Zece mii de culturi, o singură civilizaţie (Ten Thousand Cultures, One Single Civilization), 1998

Recent and Present Activities

Participation in international Conferences and Meetings

  • Chairman and initiator of “Improvement of the Contents of International Relations Programs” Workshop (Black Sea University Foundation-BSUF and German Rectors Conference, Germany, USIP, UPAZ, Costa Rica and CEPES-UNESCO)
  • Moderator and Rapporteur of CEPES-UNESCO session on scientific and cultural collaboration in S-E Europe
  • International Workshop “Science and religion”, Bucharest
  • Round table on Future of Education
  • National School for Political Studies’ Session on conflicts, Bucharest
  • VII World Future Studies Conference, Brasov
  • Presentation of the project “Enhancing the regional dimension of CPSC”
  • UNDP’s regional reunion Rio+10, Bucharest
  • Inter-university session in Salzburg
  • International seminar ”The New Generation of Conflicts in the 21st Century”(Black Sea University Foundation and Ebert Foundation), Bucharest

Address

  • Private: Professor Mircea Malitza 24, Şoseaua Kiseleff, Bucharest-1, Romania, Phone: +40-21-2227544, E-mail: m_malita@rnc.ro  
  • Office: THE BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY, 50, Primăverii Blvd, Bucharest-1, Romania, Phone/Fax: +40-21-222.4118, E-mail: cpsc@rnc.ro 
 

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