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We Opened the Department of Information Security

New Department of Information Security

The Faculty of Information Technology, CTU became the first faculty in the Czech Republic, which founded the Department of Information Security—a specialised workplace for the study of IT security. The department specialises in network and system security, cryptology, hardware and software security. At present, the new department also offers four professional laboratories—Hardware Laboratory, RFID Laboratory, Forensic Analysis Laboratory, and Ethical Hacking Laboratory. The head of the department is prof. Róbert Lórencz.

LinuxDays Offer Foreign Guests This Year

LinuxDays 2018 – přednáška

The seventh year of the LinuxDays conference will be held on October 6 and 7 at the Faculty of Information Technology, CTU. The conference program traditionally offers expert lectures, practical workshops, and interesting project boots. Several foreign experts have been invited to this event. FIT lecturers Lukáš Bařinka, Jan Buriánek, and Ondřej Guth will also speak. Participation is free of charge, but you need to register.

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Euromicro DSD/SEAA 2018

Euromicro DSD/SEAA 2018 - baner

On August 29–31, the Euromicro DSD/SEAA 2018 Conference will be held at the Faculty of Information Technology, CTU. It covers current trends in embedded, high performance and cyber-physical systems, hardware/software co-design, and software engineering. There will be a total of six keynote speeches in the program. Lectures will include PhD students and staff from the Department of Digital Design. The conferences are paid. If you have any questions or offers, please contact doc. Hana Kubátová.

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International Stringology Conferences at FIT

PSC 2017 – people

At the end of August, two international stringology conferences will be held by the Prague Stringology Club from the Department of Theoretical Computer Science. The first one is the Prague Stringology Conference, which takes place on August 27–28. The program consists of eleven lectures by foreign experts. Among them, there will be also an invited talk by Esko Ukkonen from the University of Helsinki. The second event is the Summer StringMasters, an informal workshop, held on August 29–31. Its aim is to bring together stringology researchers from all over the world. Full participation in these conferences assumes registration.

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