ВТУ "Тодор Каблешков"

New Book

New book

The three-years project ДДВУ – 02/11 between Todor Kableshkov University of Transport and the Bulgarian Science Fund resulted in publishing a monograph by the Project Leader Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Nikolay Tonchev. The monograph is published by the German academic publishing house “Lambert” and is entitled Materials Science, Effective solutions and Technological variants.
The research presented in the monograph is devoted to numerical approaches to identification of effective solutions in the field of metallurgy and metalworking production. The effective solutions of the rational alloying process can increase the strength /reduce the weight while the cost of the alloy remains still or less. To determine these solutions numerical methods, algorithms and procedures that do not depend on the used databases are created.


The defences of final theses of MSc students, trained in Department Of Economics and Accountancy in Transport took place on February 18th, 19th and 20th, 2014.
The Examination Committees were chaired by Prof. Dr. Emil Jelezov and the members were leading lecturers in the professional field.
Prof. Dr. Emil Jelezov being Chairman of the Committee and Head of Department had a welcoming speech, emphasizing on the importance of the day in terms of the forthcoming start in the career development of the graduates. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Daniela Todorova, Vice-Rector of Research and International Activities also addressed the audience. She noted that the new requirements of the dynamic global economy, as well as the challenges of the highly competitive labor market show that nowadays only an educated nation could be rich and prosperous.
The knowledge has long been recognized as an important factor for economic growth and an increase of the living standards. She wished the graduates to turn their enterprising ideas into a reality.
There were presented different developments related to transport, banking, SME development, as well as realistic business plans for small and medium companies.
The students that successfully defended their final theses are from the following Programs:
1. Economics of Transport Companies;
2. Transport Economics;
3. SME Economics.