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Ioan Manuel Ciumasu

Ioan Manuel Ciumasu
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin (UVSQ)

PhD

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  • Coordinator of the International Professional Master in "Management of Eco-Innovation"
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  • in English
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  • Econoving Chair in "Generating Eco-Innovation"

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Publications (17)
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Common denominators emerge difficultly in projects bridging science and society or/and across disciplines. Managing crises require inter-organizational learning and citizen involvement, but, often such undertakings lead to bargain resulting in sub-optimal decisions. Building resilience into human communities demands complex projects, which further...
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Landfills continue to represent the most frequent managerial practice for municipal solid wastes and an increasing and complex problem globally. In certain countries, a transition to an open society and free market is superimposed on the transition to sustainability, resulting in even higher complexity of management. This paper proposes an approach...
Technical Report
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This is a first global report of the Integration Seminar – a module of innovation and learning within the International Professional Master in Management of Eco-Innovation. This is a graduate program managed by the Econoving Chair in Generating Eco-Innovation – a cluster of academic, industrial and government actors focused on urban sustainability....
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Landfills continue to represent the most frequent managerial practice for municipal solid wastes and an increasing and complex problem globally. In certain countries, a transition to an open society and free market is superimposed on the transition to sustainability, resulting in even higher complexity of management. This paper proposes an approach...
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This paper proposed to investigate two alternative paths for urban transition to sustaibnable development: by design (de novo cities), and by transformation (re-development). This type of comparison is necessary, since a lot of confusion exists on the relation between cities and sustainabilities, and current enthusiasm for futuristic projects may h...
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This article argues that, given the difficulties of reversing brain drain and of creating brain circulation, small developing countries should instead put efforts into brain networking, which is the systematic development of an ICT-based form of links between scientific diasporas and resident scientists. The study suggests that brain networking is...
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Background, aim, and scope: Current knowledge on environmental impacts of industrial activities in Romania, particularly persistent organic pollutants (POPs), indicates that environmental standards of the European Union are not systematically met. In our study area, additional sources of POPs are agriculture and domestic wastes. Very scarce inform...
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The former socialist countries in Central Europe (referred to in this paper as EU10) appear to undergo a situation where the transition to free society and market economy is now super- imposed on the transition to sustainable developments, in which the EU assumes a leading role in the world, meaning achieving itself this transition in the first pla...
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In sediments along river Bahlui, in northern Romania, chemical loads of PCBs, HCHs, DDTs and PAHs are lower than the admitted thresholds. Biological indices derived from phytoplankton show moderate levels of pollution. Ecotoxicological bioassays indicated low/no toxicity for river waters, but high toxicity for certain discharge points near the rive...
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The present study is one of the first having such an interdisciplinary approach, and one of the first one independent from the national water authorities (‘Apele Romane’). The objective was to establish for the study area a body of baseline information for future studies of the kind. This study, instead, appeals for increased attention, because eco...
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Five new rat monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) for 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) and other nitroaromatic compounds, including, especially, the metabolite 2-amino-4,6-dinitrotoluene (2-ADNT), are described. Five heterogeneous, competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) were developed. Assay 1 uses mAb DNT4 3F6 as recognition element and gives...
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This paper presents a new, versatile, portable miniaturized flow-injection immunosensor which is designed for field analysis. The temperature-controlled field prototype can run for 6h without external power supply. The bio-recognition element is an analyte-specific antibody immobilized on a gold surface of pyramidal structures inside an exchangeabl...
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Der entwickelte Biosensor ist ein vielseitiges, halb-automatisiertes, miniaturisiertes, Vor-Ort Instrument, das einen Einweg-Chip nutzt. Es kann 6-8 Stunden unabhängig von einer externen Stromquelle arbeiten und hat einen temperatur-controllierten Bereich. Das Konzept des Instruments wurde auf der Basis von Fließinjektion und Immunoanalytik gebaut....

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In short, the PROJECT consists in developing an internet platform that uses inputs from many people to distill the main trends in science and in society, which are then displayed in the form of interactive knowledge maps. These can be navigated for general orientation within the current knowledge landscape, but also for practical knowledge about jobs, education programs, projects and tools. Details on Youtube (video, 2:38): https://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=eY9cutdmw6Y and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/experts-citizens-interface-update-video-ioan-m-ciumasu?trk=prof-post,