Faculty of Electrical Engineering
and Informatics

Department of Computers and Informatics

Department of Computers and Informatics (DCI) has been a principal body of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (FEI) conducting the process of education and scientific research in the area of Computer science and engineering (CSE) since 1989. DCI is one of two successors of the former Department of Technical Cybernetics at the FEI.
Education at DCI covers all forms of university studies in CSE and DCI grants bachelor (Bc), master (Ing) and doctoral (PhD) degree in CSE.
DCI consists of 4 research groups:

  • Informatics
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Systems

DCI programs enrollment counts more than 700 students in bachelor and 200 in master programs. Number of doctoral students studying towards PhD degree is more than 40.
The graduates can work as system engineers, specialists for development, installation and maintenance of the information systems and technologies in wide spectrum of applications, designers of the computer systems, specialists dealing with research, development and operation of computer systems and their components.
Scientific research at DCI covers following fields:    

  • formal methods for design and analysis of discrete systems
  • programming paradigms and theory of programming
  • parallel and distributed programming, real time systems
  • methods, tools and methodologies of analysis and design of software systems
  • computer graphics and virtual reality systems
  • agent technologies for design and implementation of distributed software systems
  • modeling and simulation of systems
  • advanced database and information technologies
  • information systems security
  • e-learning systems, intelligent tutoring systems
  • parallel architectures for specialized high performance computer systems
  • theory of design of MIMD computer architecture - data-flow
  • computer networks and advanced network infrastructures
  • transfer of the multimedia nature information with the required quality of services parameters, effective methods of quality service property parameters assessment
  • implementation of the powerful streaming technologies in the IP network environment,
  • videoconference solution and voice services of the new generation,
  • monitoring, control and visualization of topologies in LAN and WAN,
  • virtual communication infrastructures and their use in practical, e-learning technologies and their solutions.

WWW page: dci.fei.tuke.sk

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