Presentation of Bachelor Branches on the Open Day on Dec. 1

Presentation of Bachelor Branches
on the Open Day on Dec. 1, 2018

If you want to learn more about bachelor branches offered by the faculty, visit their stands in the atrium of the New Building CTU. Some branches are also prepared for you in their rooms and laboratories in the adjacent Building A. For example, you can look forward to workshops or teasers of students’ work and theses.

Presentation Stands of Bachelor Branches

Each bachelor branch has its stand on the first floor of the New Building CTU. Here teachers and students introduce you to the branch and answer all of your questions.

When:
10:00–16:00
Where:
the first floor of the New Building CTU
Computer Security and Information Technology (BIT)—taught in English
Find out what is inside a contactless credit card, biometric passport, or entrance card
We show you examples of how smart cards are vulnerable and how you can resist it
Information Systems and Management (ISM)
Complete Belbin’s test and find out if you are closer to an IT specialist or an IT manager
You will learn more about the DA-SPACE laboratory, which specialises in supporting innovative projects for young teams and startups
Computer Engineering (PI)
Test the hardware used in the classes to find out that you can also program in the hardware branch
Computer Science (TI)—taught in English
Solve logical tasks and get interesting prizes
Take a look at the theses of our students
Web and Software Engineering (WSI)
Learn about three specialisations of this branch—Computer Graphics, Software Engineering (taught in English) and Web Engineering
You will learn what the courses look like, what you can try during the study or what you can do after you graduate
Knowledge Engineering (ZI)
Get to know the fastest growing and technologically advanced field of today—knowledge engineering

Tours of the Laboratories

The bachelor branches also open the doors to their research laboratories. You can visit them by yourself in the adjacent Building A.

When:
10:00–16:00
Where:
Building A, floors 9–14
  • Computer Security and Information Technology (BIT)taught in English
    HackingLab—9th floor, TH:A-957
    Demonstration of web application security and attacks on them
    RFID Laboratory—11th floor, TH:A-1158
    Presentation of side-channel attacks such as breaking smart contact card with AES cypher
    Demonstration of breaking password chosen by you
  • Information Systems and Management (ISM)
    Centre for Conceptual Modelling and Implementation—9th floor, TH:A-951
    Presentation of project management training and the DA-SPACE innovative projects laboratory which is part of this centre
  • Computer Engineering (PI)
    Laboratory of Network Traffic Monitoring—9th floor, TH:A-956
    Practical demonstration of attacks on the Internet of Things (IoT) protocols, including their detection and monitoring of computer network using network streams (flow)
    Interactive games with Arduino and XILINX products—10thfloor, TH:A-1042
    Demonstration of student tasks of courses and a chance to try them out
    Intelligent Embedded Systems Laboratory—10th floor, TH:A-1054
    Meeting with the Pepper and NAO humanoid robots who shows you what the students have taught them
    Hardware Workroom—10th floor, TH:A-1058
    Examples of cypher breaking, oscilloscope or microscope breaking and the possibility of making a toy—embedded system
    Workshop on how to design, bake and program your product within 15 minutes
  • Web and Software Engineering (WSI)Computer Graphics specialisation (PG)
    UsabilityLab—14th floor, TH:A-1444
    Opportunity to try real user testing
    Demonstration of the Dráček student application that is used for training the smallest children
    SAGELab—14th floor, TH:A-1452
    Demonstration of the display system with a resolution of 8K+ (9600 × 4320 px)
    Demonstration of autostereoscopic imaging and work of graphic design students
  • Web and Software Engineering (WSI)Software Engineering specialisation (SI)—taught in English
    Centre for Conceptual Modelling and Implementation—9th floor, TH:A-951
    Demonstration of interesting projects used in the Czech Republic and abroad
    Discussions with graduates, nowadays with teachers, about the experience of the study and classes
    AppleLab—11th floor, TH:A-1142
    Examples of student applications from the Fundamentals of iOS Application Development for iPhone and iPad (BI-IOS) course and the theses built on this platform
  • Knowledge Engineering (ZI)
    ImproLab—12th floor, TH:A-1256
    Demonstration of image and video processing options—interactive camera system for detecting and tracking objects and persons, glass defect detection, workload analysis, reading of the value of dice or thermal imaging computer heat analysis
    DataLab—13th floor, TH:A-1347
    Presentation of projects dealing mainly with artificial intelligence and machine learning
    Demonstration of algorithms for video content recognition, data analysis, referral systems, and deep learning
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