Studijní program Informační technologie nabízí vynikajícím absolventům magisterského studia prestižní vzdělání nejvyššího typu v oblastech informatiky, výpočetní techniky či informačních technologií. Téma vaší disertační práce, které se zvolíte, určí celkový ráz i průběh studia. Klíčovou součástí výuky bude výzkum pod vedením školitele. Po absolvování najdete práci na domácím pracovním trhu i v zahraničí. Bude z vás tvůrčí pracovník na špičkových vědecko-výzkumných pracovištích, vedoucí výzkumných a vývojových týmů nebo vědecký a pedagogický pracovník na univerzitách. Své bohaté znalosti uplatníte i v soukromém sektoru.
Information technology moves the world
During 1 and 2 year, you will focus on completing two courses of your choice, one theoretical and one optional specialized, focused on the area of your dissertation. You will refine the focus of your topic and report on your scientific results. You will participate in internships and conferences and network with colleagues in academia and industry and publish your results.
They will pass on all their knowledge and hold you in difficult moments
He is a theoretical computer scientist and expert on compiler design, formal languages and automata. Formerly, he taught theoretical computer science at various Asian, European and American universities, including the University of Missouri, where he spent a decade teaching advanced topics of formal language theory. He wrote over ninety scientific papers and several books.
Tomas likes to work on the edge between mathematics, formal methods, and their applications in computer science and engineering. He is interested in static analysis and verification with formal roots but also dynamic analysis and testing. He lectures on operating systems too. Apart from the factual contents of the different courses, he strives to teach students to think systematically and to precisely formulate their ideas.
He lectures on Computer Systems Design (how it works and how to build a processor) and a master's course Bio-Inspired Computers. It deals with the use of biology-inspired artificial intelligence for the design and optimization of software and hardware. He leads the Evolvable hardware research group at FIT.
What are we talking about?
It started with an interest in nuclear physics, chemistry and energy, and continued with an internship at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva. Since March, FIT student Silvie Němcová has been working as an intern in a team developing software that is part of CERN's critical infrastructure. "For me, it is a great opportunity to combine IT with my other interests, while participating in a project which includes interesting experiments," she says.
Painting with the motif of death from the Královo Pole monastery
The ancient buildings of the former Carthusian monastery in Královo Pole hide many artistic treasures within their walls. The lavish monastery founded by the Moravian branch of the royal House of Luxembourg was one of the most important religious institutions in Moravia since the Middle Ages, which naturally influenced the selection of outstanding architects, painters, sculptors and artisans who worked on it. Although the monastery, dissolved by the Austrian Emperor Joseph II, has not served its original purpose for 240 years, several remarkable testaments to its history remain. One of them is the scene of the Carthusian dance of death in one of the monastery hallways.