Open days for those interested in studying at the Faculty of Informatics, MU
3. 2. 2020 Open Day 3
How is it going with us? Open Day program
Accompanying morning pre-program: IQ testing - Mensa CR
Did you know that candidates with an IQ of 130 or more can submit an application to FI MU for admission without entrance exams ? Verify that the criterion is met by an hourly IQ test, which will take place in room A217 on the FI. Before the test, registration on the Mensa ČR website is required: 9:00 to 10:00 , 10: 00-11: 00 , 11:00 to 12:00 .
The main program
12: 30–13: 00 Registration (FI entrance hall) - you will receive information materials about FI MU. You can chat with existing FI students and student representatives Nordic Game Friends Association . There will also be representatives study department of FI MU , ready for individual consultations. During the entire Open Day, the study department will also be open to all visitors for questions.
13: 00–13: 55 Presentation about the possibilities of study with subsequent discussion - study at FI MU will be introduced to you by prof. Jiří Barnat, Vice-Dean for Study Programs. You will get answers to the questions: What makes FI MU specific? What programs can be studied here What subjects to combine? What to watch out for during your studies? How to apply ? What are the options to travel ? What awaits you when you finish school?
13: 55–16: 10 Excursion to the laboratories and stations of the faculty partners - After being divided into smaller groups, you will be taken in by current FI students, who will take you around the faculty and its science and technology park. You can also ask them anything.
14: 10–14: 25 Information for those interested in master's studies (will take place in KYPO premises ) and a subsequent tour of the labs under the guidance of a master's guide who will answer your questions.
- Joint presentation in cooperation between Red Hat, as an industrial partner of the faculty, and laboratories
CRoCS (Center for Research on Cryptography and Security). You will learn what security problems the CRoCS laboratory deals with, how you can get involved in solving open source projects during your studies, whether within a bachelor's thesis, collaboration on research projects of the laboratory, or even an internship.
- How can an image be broken down into pixels, how do pixels look up close, and how can it be used? How can a damaged image or video be repaired, how can we usefully, with the help of mathematics, usefully depict such image properties that are otherwise incomprehensible to humans? How does image and video compression work? Group
CBIA brings together experts in computer science, mathematics and physics, but also biology and medicine, who monitor cell behavior, which is used for the correct diagnosis and treatment of diseases and the effectiveness of drugs.
- What does linguistics have to do with computer science? Natural language processing. Laboratory activities
NLP will introduce you to the robot Karel Pepper. It creates intelligent computer programs here, without which Google or Seznam.cz cannot do without. It develops programs that will understand a person, whisper to him in search engines, translate texts, answer automatically, create linguistic analyzes and analyze large packages of text data.
LEMMA we develop applications and technologies for processing large data collections, including multimedia (digital libraries, film production and post-production). LEMMA is a playground where various fields intersect and projects for practice are created, in three areas: production of multimedia content (tradition of film festivals, festival.fi.muni.cz), information retrieval (in digital libraries such as arXiv, etc.), machine methods learning (recognition by walking).
- Where is the line between man and computer? Find out what our students are working on during their studies and find themselves in a different reality for a while. IN
HCILAB we use technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, Motion Capture, 3D printing or brain-computer interfaces to develop new methods of human-computer interaction. Together with experts from other disciplines, we test these new methods in various areas, including: monitoring the health of patients, digitizing cultural heritage, and / or game development.
- In the lab
EmLab not only our people are waiting for you, but also robots or a drone. You will learn how such electronics are programmed and controlled around us. You will learn how to detect neutrons and gamma rays around us and what people from EmLab are collaborating with nuclear scientists on. The laboratory is equipped with measuring technology and modern technical and software tools for the application of programmable FPGA arrays, single-chip microprocessors and DSP processors. It focuses on the study, development and application of so-called embedded systems focused on unique, single-purpose applications.
- Are you interested in powerful calculations, storage of large volumes (PB and more) of data, high-speed networks (40 Gb / s and more) and what can be done with such technologies? Are you interested in state-of-the-art visualization technology, high-definition (8K) multimedia and how to transfer data? Are you interested in how to program and control the most powerful systems with the latest graphics cards or thousands of processes? Then there is a faculty laboratory for you
SITOLA the best place to start.
- You've probably heard of cybersecurity, and you probably know it's important in the 21st century. But you may not know that there is a long-term shortage of quality experts in this area. We focus on making students such experts.Thanks to the cooperation of experts from
CSIRT-MU cybersecurity team we can combine the latest scientific knowledge with experience from sharp practice when teaching at FI MU. At our stand you will learn more about us and how you can work with us while studying.
- In the lab
DISA (Data Intensive Systems and Application) we teach machines to efficiently process large volumes of multimedia data (images, videos, movements, biometric data, etc.), using their double similarity. In a short presentation and a subsequent demonstration of web applications, those interested will get acquainted with the main challenges associated with big data and similarity search.
- How does the Internet of Things (IoT) help solve everyday life problems? Why is it necessary for devices to exchange data with each other? IN
Lasaris you have a unique opportunity to not only learn more about Arduino Smart Technology, which will be explained on various examples (automatic street lighting, smart home, communication via RFID reader / tag). Come and talk to us about our other research areas, such as Smart Infrastructures, cybersecurity and Big Data.
- In the AHEAD offices, we will guide you through the development of a mobile application from the initial drawings to the final release on Google Play or the AppStore. We will explain to you in what positions you can intervene in the development of mobile applications for Czech banks or even the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic while studying. Working student Peter Žiška will introduce you to how you can combine study and work for a young dynamic company, which mainly supplies secure mobile applications. Finally, we will show you a hot news: a payment terminal built on the Android platform, which will soon begin to replace existing terminals to which you are currently attaching your mobile phones or payment cards.
- Are you interested in modern technologies in the field of Aerospace? Did you know that at Honeywell we develop, for example, software for aircraft cockpits, navigation and communication systems or technologies for use in space? At our stand, you will meet people from practice and learn how studying IT at the Faculty of Informatics at MU can move you to research and development of the most modern aviation technologies. In addition, you will take a closer look at the special drone BFD-1400 and learn how to navigate it in an environment without GPS.
16:10 - expected end. We look forward to your visit!
Photos from the Open Day on October 24, 2019
The whole event will be recorded by a faculty photographer.
During the Open Day, forms will be available for any confirmation of your participation in the event.
More information and brochures to download
Website with study programs:
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Individual excursions and other activities for high schools
Brochure Information on studies at the Faculty of Informatics (CZ, 2019, 1.4 MB PDF) to download .
Research Areas and Laboratories brochure , print version (EN, 2020, 14.9 MB PDF) to download .
Research Areas and Laboratories brochure , web version (EN, 2020, 1.4 MB PDF) to download .
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