Specializace "Počítačová grafika a interakce" je určena pro ty, kteří se chtějí věnovat, jak název napovídá, grafice a interakci. Studenti se v ní naučí zobrazovat a počítači dobře a rychle 3D scény a objekty, sestrojit uživatelské rozhraní počítačů tak, aby si dobře rozuměly s uživateli, ale i další související dovednosti.
Information technology moves the world
students gain practical experience
students successfully pass the State Final Examination
graduates find work in the month
40 938 Kč
is the average starting salary for graduates
Compulsory courses of specialization
These courses are the bare minimum of what you should know if you want to specialize in this field. Therefore, they are mandatory in this specialization. However, we also offer a number of other subjects relevant to your area of interest or suitably supplementing and expanding it. You can enroll in the optional courses.
They will pass on all their knowledge and hold you in difficult moments
Prof. Dr. Ing.
Teaches Multimedia, Image Processing, Advanced Computer Graphics and Computer Vision. These are subjects that are useful to students in practice. If necessary, he will be happy to advise students on study, as well as research on image and video.
Teaches User Interface Programming and lectures selected topics in the areas of image processing, video and depth data and UX/GUI design. Furthermore, it deals with the area of Natural User Interfaces, especially in Human-Robot Interaction. He plays drums in his rock band.
Prof. Dr. Ing.
He teaches Signals and Systems, mostly a hated object full of complex numbers, convolutions, and other disgusts. Only later will the students appreciate that they will be useful in their life in the processing of sound, video, but also sensory or large-scale data. He like to advise thoughtful students with many projects including Erasmus+.
Prof. Adam Herout teaches and performs research in computer vision and machine learning. He is also interested in user interfaces, especially for mobile devices. He loves innovative applications - their complex backends with computer vision and machine learning algorithms and their smooth and beautiful frontends lovable by users.
What are we talking about?
Jakub Pružinec, an FIT graduate, has been working in the distant Singapore for over two years. At Nanyang Technological University (NTU), he is a research assistant in the HP-NTU Corporate Lab, a new laboratory created in collaboration between the university and HP. "You get a taste of both, the academia and the industry," Jakub Pružinec says.
Matej Viskupič's award-winning algorithm will be used at the National Museum
The algorithm for tracking people, developed by Matej Viskupič, a student of the Faculty of Information Technology, helps determine the optimal placement of exhibits in museums and galleries. His work was awarded by the Sewio company, the main partner of the Excel@FIT 2022 student competition, which also deals with this problem in its business. In addition, the system will be installed this summer at the National Museum in Prague.