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International Stringology Conferences at FIT

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At the end of August, two international stringology events are held by the Prague Stringology Club from the Department of Theoretical Computer Science at FIT. The first one is the Prague Stringology Conference, which takes place on August 26–28. The program consists of twelve lectures by foreign experts. There is also an invited talk by Jakub Radoszewski from the University of Warsaw. The second event is the Summer StringMaster, an informal workshop, held on August 29–31. It aims to bring together stringology researchers from all over the world. Full participation in these events assumes registration.

Two Doctoral Degrees in One Study

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The Faculty of Information Technology has entered into partnership in science and research with the University of Antwerp. It culminated in the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on June 6. Thanks to the unique Doctoral Double Degree Programme, students with the software engineering specialisation can now graduate from both universities. The partner universities recognise the selected subjects of the study programme, and the study plan is designed to meet the requirements for awarding a diploma from both the home and the Belgian university.

Press release on collaboration with the University of Antwerp (only in Czech)

Faculty is Celebrating 10 Years Since Its Founding

Awarded personalities

On July 1, 2019, the Faculty of Information Technology, CTU, commemorates ten years since its establishment. On June 6, a festive meeting took place in Bethlehem Chapel to celebrate this event. The university and faculty management decided to award twenty selected colleagues for merit in the establishment and development of FIT. The Dean of the faculty awarded eighteen personalities the FIT Medal. Furthermore, the Dean Emeritus, prof. Pavel Tvrdík was awarded the Felber Medal and Ing. Ivan Halaška the CTU Medal of II degree.

FIT Students Developed a Unique Device for Drones

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A four-member team of students, in collaboration with the faculty, has developed a unique Dronetag device that makes drones safer and more usable. This independent IoT device uses mobile and satellite technology to impart the location of the drone, making any drone visible in the flight tracker. It can be used, for example, to coordinate several drones with a rescue helicopter or to deliver parcels. The faculty also owns a six-engine drone that is 1.2 meters in diameter and can carry up to 6 kg of cargo.

Press release on the unique device for drones (only in Czech)

Last modified: 21.8.2019, 16:16