Gheorghe Asachi


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Asachi, Gheorghe

 

Born Mar. 1 (12), 1788, in Gertsa; died Nov. 12 (24), 1869, in Iasi. Moldavian and Rumanian writer and enlightener.

Asachi fought for the development of a national culture at the time of the disintegration of feudalism. He organized the first theater performances in the native language (1816) and published the newspaper Albina Romînească (1829–49) and others. His collections Poems (1836) and Selected Fables (1836) and his historical short stories Princess Roxana (1841), Helen, the Moldavian Girl (1851) and The White Valley (1855), which were patriotic and didactic works, played a well-known role in the history of Moldavian and Rumanian literature.

WORKS

Opere alese. Kishinev, 1957.
Scrieri literare, vol. 2. Bucharest, 1957.
Scrieri alese. Bucharest, 1960.

REFERENCES

Istoriia literaturii moldovenesht’, issue 1. Kishinev, 1958.
Levit, F. George Asaki. Kishinev, 1966.
Blazian, H. Gh. Asachi. Bucharest, 1956.
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Ion Bogdan, Dean of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi.
Through this collaboration with Infineon, one of our major customers, and Gheorghe Asachi TU Iasi, one of the leading educational institutions in the region, we are able to ensure that graduates are proficient in these state-of-the-art methodologies and ready to contribute to the growing electronics market in Romania.
Major organization : UNIVERSITATEA TEHNICA GHEORGHE ASACHI DIN IASI
Theoretical and experimental contributions on vibrorolling process (in Romanian), PhD thesis, Technical University Gheorghe Asachi of Iasi
Published by Gheorghe Asachi Technical University from Iasi, ISSN 1011-2855, Romania.
1, Screening of electronic devices Gheorghe Asachi Publishing House, Iasi, Romania
Implementing agency : Universitatea Tehnica Gheorghe Asachi din Iasi