"If you want to get to know what it's like to study at the university, chat with future classmates or just soak up a bit of the atmosphere, don't hesitate to come and see us.Martin Mackovík
student of the Bachelor's degree in Programming and Application Development
When and where
- Monday 18 December 2023
- The main program starts at 9:00 a. m. , you can arrive from 8:15 a. m.
- Faculty of Informatics MU, Botanická 68a, Brno
What can you look forward to?
Welcome to FI!
Official opening of the main programme
Moderated by Eliška Cigánová, student of the NMgr. program Visual Informatics.
Lecture on study opportunities at FI MU
Lecture by Prof. RNDr. Jiří Barnat, Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Informatics.
Student presentation not only about university life at FI
Presented by Ondřej Hrdlička, student of the BSc. program Programming and Application Development.
Moderated debate with representatives of Bc. study programs
Moderated by Eliška Cigánová, student of NMgr. program Visual Informatics.
Dividing into groups for excursions
Excursions around the faculty
Read the descriptions of the stations that open their doors. Choose your route based on what interests you. Get to know the Faculty of Computer Science accompanied by current students!
IQ Testing - Mensa CR
You must register in advance for one of the dates.
Giving out rewards for completing the feedback questionnaire
Come and have your unique photo taken: in a faculty setting or around the city of Brno in the popular game Minecraft.
Laboratories, industrial partners, associations, opportunities for foreign trips
Room C403 & C405We combine graphic design with computer science. We guide students to learn the principles of design in graphic design with overlaps to other disciplines - animation, programming or freelance. You can see our work in the programme of this year's Brno Christmas in the form of augmented reality.
Room A320The CBIA laboratory deals with digital image processing. You can learn about the workings of digital cameras or the principles behind photo editing software, for example. We work closely with biomedical disciplines, so you can also find out how to analyse images of cells from a fluorescence microscope or 3D scans from an MRI scanner.
Room B203The Natural Language Processing Centre at the Faculty of Computer Science at MU is dedicated to obtaining theoretical and applied results in the field of natural language processing. Our work mainly concerns corpus linguistics, lexical databases, knowledge representation, representation of the meaning of natural language expressions, and the use of machine learning methods for automatic text processing. In addition to its research goals, the Centre focuses on engaging graduate and undergraduate students in projects in the interdisciplinary field of "language engineering".
Room C522The ability to express oneself in cinematic language is a skill that comes in handy in today's accelerating and clip-based world. Guided demonstrations of student film productions will give you a glimpse into the creative workshop of the LEMMA lab and the Film Festivals organised by the Faculty of Informatics of MU.
Room A415The laboratory focuses on the study, development and application of embedded systems (unique single-purpose applications). It is equipped with measurement technology and contemporary technical and software tools for the application of field programmable gate arrays (FPGA-type circuits), single-chip microprocessors and digital signal processors (DSP-type circuits).
Our laboratory specialises in research, development and teaching in the field of information technology and software systems. We focus on solving theoretical and practical problems related to the development of large-scale software systems and infrastructures. Our main areas of interest are information systems design, process and data modeling, and development management. Furthermore, we specialize in the use of software technologies for building applications, including mobile platforms.
Currently, our lab is working on the following specific topics:
- Trust between systems
- Internet of Things (IoT) security
- Visualization of cyber exercises
- Forensic preparedness
- Insider attack detection
Room S108The lab specializes in research topics in cybersecurity. Its members have been working in this field for over 15 years and have been behind a number of successful projects during their career, including the creation of a technical cyber training platform and a collaboration with the US Army. They currently focus on key challenges in the domain and regularly involve students in solving them. At the lab station, you will see the spaces where cybersecurity exercises take place and learn more about studying this field at FI MU.
Are you interested in how a fully automated warehouse the size of the Brno Exhibition Centre can work, what hospital information systems or building management systems look like? Do you want to collaborate on the development of IT systems for well-known brands from all over the world? Then SEACOMP is the right place for you!
You can also become a part of us from the very beginning of your studies. Are you no stranger to JAVA, C++, C#, .NET, Python and others? Here you will meet almost a hundred developers and you can enjoy an internship/externship, part-time job, bachelor's and then master's thesis and after graduation SEACOMP will open doors to a great IT career.
We are a group of people, not only from the Faculty of Computer Science, who share a passion for computer science, natural sciences and their popularisation. Together we organize activities to impart knowledge to high school students in an interesting and fun way and get them excited for further studies. However, we are also behind a number of events for FI students, other university students and the general public.
Our events include the Correspondence Seminar in Computer Science, the K-SCUK Informatics and Biology Camp, the InterLoS online logic competition, the InterSoB city game, or even the Know FI weekend at the faculty premises.
Room B204Did you know that students who have done a placement abroad during their studies at FI, for example as part of the Erasmus+ programme, often remember it as the best experience of their studies? Get to know the opportunities for trips abroad for you too!
Each group will visit 5 different sites around the faculty during the excursion:
|To the world with FI MU
|Into the world with FI MU
|Into the world with FI MU
|To the world with FI MU
|Into the world with FI MU
You can find out what each station means, where it is located and what it offers on the Excursion stations tab.
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Fill out the form and pick up your reward in the foyer when you leave!
In the afternoon after the end of the main program, in cooperation with Mensa CR, we offer the opportunity to take the Mensa CR IQ test at a discounted price at the faculty premises. A good IQ test result in conjunction with a good grade point average is one of the ways to avoid the FI entrance exams. If interested, it is necessary to register in advance on the Mensa CR website for one of the dates:
On-site registration may not be possible.
By attending the event, you consent to the taking of photographs of you and their use for promotional purposes of FI MU.
In some rooms at the faculty there may be concurrently with this event live examinations. Therefore, please pay attention to the signs that indicate this fact and keep quiet near such rooms.
- Overview of study programmes
- Information about the admission procedure for Bc. study programmes
- Admission test waivers
- Frequently asked questions from applicants
- Events for high school students
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