Assistant Professor PhD. Daniel Constantin DIACONU


Assistant Professor PhD. in Physical Geography

Assistant Prof. PhD. of the Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest, Department of Meteorology and Hydrology
Senior Researcher of Research Center for Integrated Analysis and Territorial Management

Tel. Mob.: 0751316467


Curriculum Vitae


Education and Training

  • 2017, PhD Supervisor in the field of Geography;
  • 2005, PhD. in the field of Geography, Institut of Geography, Romanian Academy;
  • 2001, Master degree, in the field of Inginery of water resources, Faculty of Hydrotechnics, Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucharest;
  • 1998, In-depth studies in the field Sustainable use of the water resources, Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest;
  • 1997, Bachelor Degree in Geography, Environmental Science, Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest.


Teaching activity

  • Hydrological forecasts
  • Hydrological regionalization
  • Water supply
  • Water management
  • Lymnology


Research interes

  • Hydrology
  • Integrated Analysis and Territorial Management of water resources


Selection of recent publications

  • Draghici, C. C.; Peptenatu, D.; Simion, A. G.; Pintilii, R. D.; Diaconu, D. C.; Teodorescu, C.; Papuc, R. M.; Grigore, A. M.; Dobrea, C. R. (2016) – Assessing economic pressure on the forest fund of Maramures County – Romania, Journal of Forest Science (Prague),Vol.62,4, Pages:175-185.
  • Drăghici C.C, Andronache I., Ahammer H., Peptenatu D., Pintilii R.D, Ana-Ciobotaru A.M., Simion A.G., Dobrea C.R., Diaconu D.C., Vișan M.C., Papuc R.M. (2017) – Spatial Evolution of Forest Areas in the Northern Carpathian Mountains of Romania, Acta Montanistica Slovaca, vol. 22, 2.
  • The restrictions imposed upon the urban development by the piezometric level. Case study: Otopeni-Tunari-Corbeanca. Urbanism. Arhitectură. Construcții, (2017), Vol. 8, nr. 1. pp 27-36. Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Daniel Peptenatu, Adrian Gabriel Simion, Radu-Daniel Pintilii, Cristian-Constantin Draghici, Camelia Teodorescu, Alexandra Grecu, Andreea Karina Gruia, Ana-Maria Ilie.
  • Identification of urban flood vulnerability in Eastern Slovakia by mapping the potential natural sources of flooding – implications for territorial planning, Urbanism. Arhitectură. Construcții, (2017), Vol. 8, nr. 4. pp 365-376. Lenka Gaňová, Martina Zeleňáková, Pavol Purcz, Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Tomáš Orfánus, Žofia Kuzevičová.
  • Impact of Agriculture Upon the Chemical Quality of Groundwaters within the Saharian Atlas Steppe El-Meita (Khenchela-Algeria), REV. CHIM. (Bucharest), (2017) 68, No. 2, p. 420-423. Abdenour Sedrati, Belgacem Houha, Gheorghe Romanescu, Ioan Gabriel Sandu, Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Ion Sandu.
  • Study of Utilization of Agricultural Waste as Environmental Issue in Romania, Revista de chimie, 68, No. 3, p. 570-575, 2017. George Ungureanu, Gabriela Ignat, Catalin Razvan Vintu, Constantin Daniel Diaconu, Ioan Gabriel Sandu.
  • Fractal drainage model – a new approach to determinate the complexity of watershed, Acta Montanistica Slovaca, (2017) Volume 22, number 1, p. 12-21. Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Ion Andronache, Helmut Ahammer, Ana-Maria Ciobotaru, Martina Zelenakova, Roxana Dinescu, Aleksandr Vasilievici Pozdnyakov and Svetlana Alekseevna Chupikova
  • Mitigation of the Adverse Consequences of Floods for Human Life, Infrastructure, and the Environment. M. Zeleňáková, L. Gaňová, P. Purcz, M. Horský, L. Satrapa; P. Blišťan; and D. C. Diaconu, Nat. Hazards Rev., 2017, 18(4): -1–15, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000255
  • Risks Associated of the Waters from Hydric Systems Urban’s, the case of the Rio Barigui, South of Brazil, REV. CHIM. (Bucharest), 68, No. 8, 2017. Paulo Roberto Bairros da Silva, Cleyton Nascimento Makara, Ana Paula Munaro, Danielle Caroline Schnitzler, Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Ion Sandu, Cristiano Poleto.
  • Environmental Impact of Small Hydro Power Plant—A Case Study, Environments 2018, 5, 12; doi:10.3390/environments5010012, 2018, Martina Zeleňáková, Rastislav Fijko, Daniel Constantin Diaconu and Iveta Remeňáková.