International conference on NEW TRENDS IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING will be held on the campus of University "Dunarea de Jos" of Galati.
"Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Romania, was founded in 1948. Currently, it has 15 faculties, more than 100 specialties, 12000 students, and 1200 members of the staff.
The city of Galati is situated not far from the worldwide famous Danube Delta, a unique place in Europe due to its flora and fauna. With about 250,000 inhabitants, Galati is the 8th greatest city of Romania. The inhabitants are mostly Romanian, Orthodox Christian. The climate is of continental type, with hot dry summers and windy winters. Due to this climate the wine yards in the county of Galati offer some of Romania's finest wines.
Located on the left bank of the Danube at 150 km (80 Mi) from the Black Sea, at the confluence of the Danube with two North - South flowing rivers, Galati developed very early as a main commercial centre, the biggest Romanian inland harbor for sea - going ships.
Galati is about 200 km (120 Mi) North-East of the capital Bucharest, on the border with the former USSR (nowadays Ukraine). The town's industry consists mainly of iron-and steel processing and shipbuilding. Galati occupies the first place in the national iron smelting production and is the biggest Romanian centre for metal processing industry.