An immigrant from Romania, Dr. Nicholas Andronesco was ingrained with a sense of motivation and perseverance from a young age, having been raised in a family pressured by the Communist regime. His teachings from his parents lent to his mission of fighting for his rights, which was later exemplified by his career path into movie direction, academia and physics. He was accepted to the USA as a scientist. Before coming to the USA, he was invited to 17 scientific conferences in nine countries. He received a degree from the Physics College of Babes–Bolyai University from Cluj – Napoca, Transylvania, Romania, in 1974. After being involved in fighting for students’ rights, he was known as the “Leader of Our Generation.”
Upon moving to the United States in 1991, invited by the State University of New Jersey with the research paper “Information Elements and Cybernetics in Physics,” Dr. Andronesco took coursework in movie production and direction before attending the University of Bridgeport, where he received a Doctor of Philosophy in 2007. All scientific research for his doctorate took place at Yale University. Desiring to further his education later in life, he also received a Master of Science in physics from Southern Connecticut State University in 2016. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in biology. While living in Romania, Dr. Andronesco received a Master of Arts in economics and cybernetics from the Academy of Economic Studies in 1987, Bucharest. As of today, he is credited with 436 college credits. He served as an international physics coach in Romania in late 1970s and 1980s. In 1981, his 12th grade physics student was first awarded in the Germany International Physics Olympiad. He also prepared students for the USA International Physics Olympiad qualifying semifinalists.
Previously teaching at the Fairfield University School of Engineering for a number of years, Dr. Andronesco has been a professor at the University of Bridgeport since 2001. Likewise, he has lent his considerable expertise to the Yale Physics Olympics as a coach since 1998 and served as a student preparation coach for the American League in Mathematics. In 1979, he founded the Andronesco Scholarship for high school and college students in Romania and later in the United States. In 2004, he founded the Andronesco Publishing Company and the School of Physics & Mathematics in Connecticut, USA.
Dr. Andronesco has authored several books, papers and articles to professional journals. Recently in 2012, he published “Cybernetic Atom 2012,” in honor of Niels Bohr who authored Quantum atom model in 1913. Previously Dr. Andronesco authored “Constructivism in Mathematics” for the Creative Availabilities in the World international symposium at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Romania in 2010. That same year, he penned “Limits and Truth” and “Constructivism in Physics,” papers that were presented to the 10th Congress of Macedo-Romanian Culture in Easton, Connecticut. Furthermore, Dr. Andronesco authored myriad papers that were presented at the Rutgers Center for Operations Research in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1991, as well as “A New Method for the Affectation Problems” at the University of Coimbra in Portugal. Impressively, he has presented his plethora of written works, including research papers, literary short stories and books, across the globe in Romania and the United States, totaling in excess of 1,400 research papers in the fields of physics and cybernetics.
Likewise, Dr. Andronesco is an award-winning poet, publishing seven poetry books in English and Romanian over the course of his career, and a film director of the eponymously named “Nicholas Andronesco.” The book “Resurrection from Hell” was co-written and translated by him, which was nominated for the Nobel Prize in the Field of Literature in 2016-2021. In 2015 and every year since that time, he was named Best Romanian Poet, Best Scientist, Best Creator of Prose and Film & Literary Critic, being selected by the literary magazine “Literatura & Arta” of the Republic of Moldova.
Looking toward the future, Dr. Nicholas Andronesco tends to still be teaching at the collegiate level, as well as continue directing movies. He also would like to obtain an additional doctorate in mathematics.