Computer Science and Informatics offers excellent graduates of the Master's degree programme a prestigious education of the highest type in the fields of computer science, computer engineering or information technology. The topic of your dissertation will determine the overall nature and course of study. The research will be a key part of the coursework, which will test practical skills. After graduation, you will find work in the domestic job market and abroad. You will be a creative worker at top research institutes, a leader of research and development teams, or a university research and teaching staff. You will also apply your extensive knowledge in the private sector.
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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.
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.
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