Progress of Cryogenics and Isotopes Separation


The National Conference with international participation on New Cryogenic and Isotope Technologies for Energy and Environment - EnergEn 2018 is organized by the National Research-Development Institute for Cryogenic and Isotopic Technologies - ICSI Rm. Valcea with the scientific participation of the University of Pitesti and the University of Craiova and will be held at Baile Govora, in 2018.



Ioan Ştefănescu1, Ion Iorga-Simăn2, Gheorghe Săvoiu2, Constantin Manea2

1ICSI- Rm. Valcea, 1000PO box10, Romania, fax 4050732746, e-mail: istef@ns/
2University of Pitesti, 110040 Pitesti Str. Targu din Vale, nr.1, Arges, Romania
Fax: +40 348-453123 e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Today’s language has emphasised the importance of the concepts of development and economic growth, and the complexity of contemporary life has made them evolve, in an interdisciplinary manner, along another three directions: sustainable development, life quality and social cohesion. A forth direction, apparently long forgotten, seems to be decisively prevalent in the new, vast field of the quantifications of the continuity of progress, i.e. human ecology, which does not analyze ecological processes and phenomena proper, but rather social processes. The authors of the present paper propose an extension of human ecology through interferences towards academic education and scientific research. The new systemic approach involves new managerial attitudes, ranging from acknowledging intellectual energy to repositioning the whole of the educational system, as well as research, essential producers of the new energy. Finally, the European community governing bodies illustrate through themselves the new paradigm of human ecology, centred on the principle of subsidiarity, according to which if a state is unable to meet its own development needs, the other member states of the community are obliged to come to its assistance, which can be translated as an inference of human ecology at the level of modern communities. 
Key words: theory of systems, life quality, human ecology, sustainable development, social cohesion.