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Scientific Research and Development

Not only do we teach computer science, we push the boundaries of knowledge forward

How to recognize a good faculty? It does top science. Just like we do at FI.

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We focus on selected research topics and projects

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We are one of the top Czech institutions

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We can do basic research and apply the results in practice

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Lectures, Informatics Colloquia, and News

  • 21 Nov

    Informatics colloquium 21. 11. Segmentation and Tracking of Spiky Cells

    Informatics colloquium 21. 11. 2017, 14:00 lecture hall D2 RNDr. Martin Maška, Ph.D., FI MU Segmentation and Tracking of Spiky Cells Abstract: To monitor their surroundings and to promote their movement, motile cells protrude spikes. Although modern fluorescence microscopy allows us to observe spiky cells at unprecedented spatio-temporal resolutions, a fully 3D image analysis approach to automatically quantifying the behavior of spikes is still lacking. In this talk, we briefly explain crucial aspects of such a quantitative task and present our recent advances in the field, demonstrating how convolutional neural networks combined with realistic computer-generated image data help to increase segmentation and tracking performance beyond that of traditional image analysis approaches without machine learning.

  • 28 Nov

    Informatics colloquium 28. 11. Software Architectures and Techniques for Compliance Monitoring . . .

    Informatics colloquium 28. 11. 2017, 14:00 lecture hall D2 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Uwe Zdun, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna Software Architectures and Techniques for Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Abstract: IT compliance means in general complying to regulations that apply to an IT system. There are many other rules and constraints in a software system that have characteristics similar to IT compliance rules stemming from regulations, including security policies, business rules, QoS rules, deployment rules, and even architecture conformance rules. In this talk, we discuss software architectures and techniques for automated compliance monitoring and enforcement. Goals are to enhance the automation in compliance controls and make compliance controls easier to implement, reuse, and change - and thus less costly. We will discuss different categories of compliance checking techniques, like those that check at design time, runtime, or after runtime, and those that are primarily focussed on structures or behaviors. Further we discuss the need and techniques for involving domain experts more closely, as well as semi-automatic guidance for control definition, monitoring, and enforcement.

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"I'd like to thank our academics and students, particularly our doctoral students, for publishing work that has seen the Faculty of Informatics ranked first out of 55 institutions in the area in disciplinary comparisons published by IDEA CERGE in Oborová publikační výkonnost pracovišť výzkumných organizací v ČR v letech 2009-2013.

Jiří Zlatuška Prof. Jiří Zlatuška
FI MU Dean

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