The Adaptive Systems Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory (ASL) carries out research in the area of adaptive techniques for wireless communication systems and services.

The main focus of our work is on developing models and solutions for various aspects of WCSs by using Computational Intelligence and Game Theoretical tools.

A short presentation may be downloaded from here.

Permanent members, co-founders:
Marcel Cremene, associate professor, PhD, head of the laboratory, habilitation thesis available here , and PhD thesis available here.
Nicolae Crisan, associate professor, PhD
Ligia Cremene, lecturer, PhD
Kuderna-Iulian Benta, lecturer, member, PhD

Associate members (involved in ALS projects):
Suciu Mihai, PhD
Gasko Noemi, PhD
Toma Andrei, ing.
Camelia Sarosi, ing.

External collaborators (incomplete list):
D. Dumitrescu, professor, Babes-Bolyai University
Rodica Ioana Lung, assoc. prof., Babes-Bolyai University
Michel Riveill, professor, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Denis Pallez, professor, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Karima Boudaoud, assoc. prof., University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Carolina Fortuna, PhD, researcher, Josef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Ioana Cocia, PhD, Babes-Bolyai University
Silviu Matu, PhD, Babes-Bolyai University
Mircea Vaida, professor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Monica Borda, professor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Romulus Terebes, assoc. prof., Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Aliou Diallo, associate professor, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Costin Miron, professor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Anca Rarau, associate professor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Sorina Zahan, professor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca


CREW FP7 Open Call 3, "Game Theoretical Experiments on Interference Coordination in Cognitive Radio Environments", project coordinator: Prof. Ingrid Moerman (iMinds, Belgium), GAME-COG-NET experiment coordinator: Dr. Ligia Cremene, CREW - FP7 - GA No. 258301, 2014,

COST Action IC0905 TERRA, "Techno-economic regulatory framework for radio spectrum access for cognitive radio/ software defined radio", Special Interest Group on ISM–Advanced, Chair: Dr. J. Sydor (Communications Research Centre, Canada), member: Dr. Ligia Cremene, 2012-2014,

John Templeton Foundation grant, "Towards a conceptual integration of Artificial Intelligence, Game Theory, and Decision Theory", Leader: Prof. D. Dumitrescu (Centre for the Study of Complexity, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca), Co-leader: Dr. Ligia Cremene, ID 21481, 2011-2012,

Bilateral project PAI "Brancusi", EGIDE, France, "Plateforme logicielle pour la scénarisation des applications collaboratives personnalisées", coordinator: Prof. M. Vaida, cod 19608SE, member: Assoc. Prof. M. Cremene, 2009-2010.

International project ECO-NET 18826YM, 2008-2009, "Auto adaptation dynamique de services pour la personne handicapée", coordinator: Assoc. Prof.M. Cremene, parteners: France, Moldavia.

Research and development project with "Zesium", Germany, "WAP Push Server", coordinator: Assoc. Prof. R. Terebes, TUCN, 2006.

Bilateral project PAI "Brâncusi", EGIDE, France, "Assemblage dynamique de services WEB pour l’accès personalisé à une encyclopédie multimédia", coordinator: Prof. M. Vaida, TUCN, cod 08875UE, member: Assoc. Prof. Marcel Cremene, 2004-2006.

BROADWAN FP6 „Broadband Services for Everyone Over Fixed Wireless Access Networks” FP6-2002-IST-1, Project Coordinator: Dr. Terje Tjelta (Telenor, Norway), member: Ligia Chira (Cremene), PhD student, 2003-2006.

COST 280 „Propagation Impairment Mitigation for Millimeter Wave Radio Systems”, Chair: M. Filip, UK, 2001-2005 member: Ligia Chira (Cremene), PhD student, 2004-2005.

SHUFFLE, European research project IST-1999-11014, coordinator: Sorina Zahan, TUCN, member: Marcel Cremene, PhD student, 2000-2002.


TUCN project "Efficient use of resources in cognitive wireless networks", CI 24311/2013, coordinator: Dr. Ligia Cremene, 2013-2014.

"Game Theoretical Approach to Cognitive Radio Environments", Ligia Cremene, postdoctoral researcher within "4D-POSTDOC – Dezvoltarea şi susţinerea de programe postdoctorale multidisciplinare în domenii tehnice prioritare ale strategiei naţionale de cercetare - dezvoltare – inovare", POSDRU/89/1.5/S/52603, 2010-2013.

CNCS, TE, 2010-2013, code TE252, contract 33/2010, "Distributed service composition and adaptation mechanisms, based on multi-criterial optimization", coordinator: Assoc. Prof. M. Cremene website:

CNCSIS competition grant PD 637/2010-2012, coordinator: Dr. Ligia C. Cremene "Integrated Adaptation Model for Complexity Management in Wireless Communications Systems", individual project.

PNCDI II "Ideas", UEFISCSU, 2007-2010, code CNCSIS: 1062/2007, "Autonomic adaptation platform based on a service-context meta-model", coordinator: Assoc. Prof. M. Cremene, website:

CNCSIS grant, AT, 2007-2008, code CNCSIS: 220/2007, "Software platform for dynamical unanticipated service adaptation applied in mobile communications systems", coordinator: Assoc. Prof. M. Cremene, website:

CNCSIS competition grant TD 519/2007, coordinator: PhD student Ligia Chira Cremene "Development of new adaptive strategies for broadband wireless systems", individual project.

CNCSIS competition grant "Integrating Medical Imagistics in Information Society", coordinator: Prof. R. Ciupa, scientific coord. Prof. M. Vaida, cod A15-1055.

POSDRU/5/1.5/S/1, Structural funding project, "Doctoral studies in Romania – Organizing doctoral schools", engineering team coordinator Prof. Acad. D. Banabic. 2010.

Project COMCORDIA within RELANSIN programme, contract no. 466/5.01.2000, coordinator: Prof. Sorina Zahan, 2000-2002.

The publications database is available here.

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Lab 406, +40-264-401913
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