Insight 5th Ed_Nicholas Andronesco

ACADEMICIAN NICHOLAS ANDRONESCO Professor University of Bridgeport Ansonia, CT A gifted mind in the fields of physics, math- ematics and literature, the award-winning academician, Dr. Nicholas Andronesco, has contributed countless research papers, books, methods and projects that have shaped his industries for several decades. For more than 20 years, he has transferred his vast wealth of knowledge and hands-on experience to the lecture hall as an impactful educator. He hopes to leave behind a legacy of establishing a more precise line of communication among people. Dr. Andronesco’s earliest passions lie in building airplanes and filmmaking. While studying film and filmmaking, he had the opportunity to meet the president of cinematography at the I.L. Caragiale Institute of Theatre and Film Arts in the city of Bucharest, who advised him to study physics and mathematics before delving into cinematography. He subsequently developed a love for physics and mathematics and earned a Master of Science in statistics, economic cybernetics and artificial intelligence to increase productivity. Dr. Andronesco most recently obtained a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Bridgeport in 2007 and a Master of Science in physics from Southern Connecticut State University in 2016. Throughout his homeland in Romania, Dr. Andronesco established himself in the field of physics, frequently presenting papers and lecturing at many venues, including the National and Archaeological History Museum of Constanta, as well as finding success as an international physics coach. In the late 1990s, he served as a coach for the Yale Physics Olympics. Furthermore, between 1983 and 1985, he worked on a vast number of projects that combined physics, mathematics and education, the research from which proved to be invaluable to students. Dr. Andronesco has primarily focused on research pertaining to the publication of “Cybernetic Atom 2012,” in addition to the system he experimented with in order to better teach physics to students. Since arriving in the United States in 1991, he has excelled as a professor of physics at Fairfield University School of Engineering. Additionally, since 2001, he has served My goal — my dedication — is to give others good advice on how to be better in this life.