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Open days at the Faculty of Informatics at MU

Where? Botanická 68a, Brno 602 00 (rooms D1 and D3)

14. 12. 2018 Open day 2 , Facebook event
1. 2. 2019 Open Day 3, including the presentation of new study programs in the Master's degree program

As? Video from last year:

Open Day Program 14 December 2018

Accompanying Morning Preprogram: Testing IQ - Mensa ČR

Did you know that applicants with IQ 130 and above may be admitted to FI MUNI without entrance examinations? Testing will take place from 10:00 to 11:00 registration , 11: 00-12: 00 registration , room D3.

The main program

12: 30-13: 00 Registration in the entrance hall FI MU - come to choose information material about MU MU. Meet the activities The gamekeeper . Turn your brain threads into a fun informational quiz. Representatives will be there to answer your questions of the study department FI MU .

13: 00-13: 50 Presentation about the possibilities of study with subsequent discussion - study at FI MU will be presented by prof. Jiří Barnat, Vice-Dean for Study Programs. You will get answers to the questions: What is FI MU specific? What programs can be studied here , what items to combine? What to watch out for during your studies? How to file an application ? What are the options to travel ? What can you expect? do you finish school?

Following will be an organized excursion led by current students at research institutes and laboratories at MU MU. Student guides will be waiting for you at the end of the presentation in front of the lecture hall and FI courtyard . Do not be afraid to ask anything during your excursion. Writers or students working in labs can, in addition to their professional or study topics, get to know how to find a place to live in Brno or how to make a living while studying.

14:00 Excursion around the building - location:

CRoCS + RedHat (VTP) - security projects

  • Joint presentation in the framework of Red Hat's collaboration, as an industry partner of the faculty, and laboratories CRoCS Center for Research on Cryptography and Security. You will learn how to collaborate on open source security projects, whether in the bachelor's thesis, collaborative work on research projects, or internship.

    CBIA - look at how to work with digital video and video

    • How can the image be decomposed into pixels, how do pixels look up and how can it be used? How can a damaged image or video be repaired, how can we use mathematics to graphically depict image properties that are otherwise unmanageable to humans? Lab CBIA interested in biomedical image. It brings together experts in the fields of computer science, mathematics and physics, as well as biology and medicine that investigate cell behavior, which is used for proper diagnosis and treatment of diseases and drug efficacy.

      NLP - Natural Language Processing Lab

      • What does linguistics have with computer science? Natural language processing. In the labu NLP intelligent computer programs are created, without which you can not use Google or It develops programs that will make people understand, search for them, translate texts, automatically respond, create language analyzes, and analyze large word data packages.

        LEMMA - Laboratory of Electronic Multimedia Applications

        • IN LEMMA we develop applications and technologies for processing large data collections including multimedia (digital libraries, production and post-production of films). LEMMA is a playground where different fields blend in and projects for practice in three areas: information retrieval (in arXiv digital libraries, etc.), machine learning (walking recognition), production of multimedia content (film festival tradition, festival).

          HCILAB - let yourself be fooled by virtual reality

          • Where is the boundary between you and your computer? Look for a moment in virtual reality. Find out what our students are doing during their studies. IN HCILAB are engaged in developing methods with use in areas such as immersive virtual reality, fast visualization, serious games, real-time simulation, motion tracking, data filtering and computer vision. New principles are used primarily in the areas of digital cultural heritage, patient health monitoring, molecular visualization, and smart office design.

            EmLab - how to control and program the electronics around us

            • In the lab EmLab not only our people are waiting for you, but also robots or drones. You will learn how such electronics are programmed and controlled around us. Find out how to detect neutrons and gamma rays around us and what EmLab people are working with nuclear scientists. The laboratory is equipped with measuring technology and contemporary technical and program tools for the application of programmable FPGAs, single chip microprocessors and DSP processors. It focuses on the study, development and application of so-called embedded systems for unique, dedicated applications.

              SITOLA - Laboratory of Advanced Infrastructure Technologies

              • Are you interested in high-speed networks (40 Gbps or more), powerful computing, storing large volumes (PB and more) and what can you do with these technologies? Are you interested in High Definition Multimedia (8K) and how to transmit data? Are you interested in how to program and control the most powerful systems with the latest graphics cards or thousands of processes? And looking unexpected in big data? Then there is a lab for you SITOLA the best place to start. High-end visualization technology is available, in cooperation with partners (CESNET, CERIT-SC), to access the fastest networks and the most powerful systems, as well as to engage in international projects and collaborate with teams from a wide range of disciplines.

                KypoLab - meeting with experts from the Cyber ​​Security Team of Masaryk University - CSIRT-MU

                • We will combine the latest scientific knowledge with cutting-edge practice. A good example is the Cybernetic Polygon Project ( KYPO ), a unique virtual environment for simulation of cyber attacks. KYPO is mainly used for research and large cybernetics. At the same time, we also use KYPO for education in the subjects we teach. Thanks to this, FI MU students have a unique opportunity to try everything they learn in KYPO to get really valuable practical skills. At our site we will introduce our team, the KYPO project, and finally, we will add a sample of simulated cyberbullying.

                  GoodData (VTP) - student in practice and performance tests - everyone wants to do it, but few know how to do it

                  • FI MU student, Dominik Labuda, will talk about what he has learned at Good Data while working for his bachelor in the field of Applied Informatics at FI.

                    DISA - large scale data processing

                    • In the lab DISA (Data Intensive Systems and Application) we develop techniques for the modern and efficient processing of large scale data. We focus on complex multimedia data such as images, videos, movements, biometrics, and more. The main objective of our laboratory is to teach computers to work with the duality of objects, similar to how one works with them. However, the processing of large sets of data using object similarity is computationally demanding and therefore it is necessary to develop sophisticated ways to work efficiently with similarity. In a short presentation and subsequent demonstration of working demo applications, the candidates will be introduced to the main challenges and the use of similarities in machine data processing.

                      16:30 - expected ending. We look forward to your visit!

                      More information and brochures to download

                      Web with studio programs: , On FI without receivers , Individual excursions and other activities for secondary schools
                      Brochure Information on Studies at the Faculty of Informatics (CZ, 2018, 1,8 MB PDF) to download .
                      Brochure Research Areas and Laboratories (EN, 2018, 4.4 MB PDF) to download .
                      Brochure of Research Areas and Laboratories (CZ, 2015, 34,7 MB PDF) to download .


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