A Professionally-Disillusioned Generation — Can There Be Found Any Remedies?
The requirements in the field of control engineering in the Romanian industry of the eighties and aspects of the employment of the young graduates are presented. Social and economical consequences and perspectives are also discussed.
KeywordsControl Engineering Control Engineer Digital Control System Engineer Education Classical Automation
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