Tiberiu Popoviciu High School of Computer Science

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Tiberiu Popoviciu High School of Computer Science from Cluj-Napoca, Romania (Romanian : Liceul de Informatică „Tiberiu Popoviciu”) is a Romanian high school founded in 1971, together with three other similar high schools in Bucharest, Iaşi and Timișoara. [1] From 1993 it holds the name of mathematician Tiberiu Popoviciu (1906–1975), known for establishing the academic field of computer science in Romania.

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