branch detail

Applied Computer Science and Control

Original title in Czech: Aplikovaná informatika a řízeníFSIAbbreviation: M-AIŘAcad. year: 2017/2018Specialisation: -

Programme: Mechanical Engineering

Length of Study: 2 years

Accredited from: Accredited until: 31.5.2021

Profile of the branch

The aim is to educate experts in the development and application of information technologies, designing, implementing and using elements and systems of automation with the use of state-of-the-art computing technology. Major focus is on issues of industrial production as well as on automation in non-industrial areas. Great emphasis is also placed on new and future-oriented approaches based on artificial intelligence. The graduates may find jobs at companies that design and develop information, control and regulation systems, create software products, sell programs and computers. Next they may find profitable jobs at organisations in various areas of human activities as experts in installing and operating means of automation, in building and operating information systems and systems supporting design, manufacture, marketing and economic administration. They may, for example, work as analysts, system engineers, computer network and information system administrators, system programmers, designers and operation engineers of automation and information systems, operators, or automation consultants.

Key learning outcomes

Mastering the practical skills required for the development and applications of information technology and for the design, implementation, and use of computer-based automation components is the primary objective.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

The graduates may be employed as analysts, system or specialised programmers, administrators of computer networks, information and knowledge systems, specialists in designing and operating information and automation systems, and as consultants in automation and information technologies.
After receiving a Master's degree, students may continue their studies in a Doctor’s degree programme to receive a Ph.D. degree.

Programme supervisor

Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
VZI-KMathematical Principles of Computer Sciencecs4winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VMD-KMeasurement and Diagnostic Techniquescs6winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VOB-KObject-Oriented Programmingcs4winterCompulsoryClAcyes
FOA-KOperational and Systems Analysiscs6winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VA1-KControl Theory Ics5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VTI-KInformation Theory and Encodingcs5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
A5KEnglish 5 for Combined Type of Studyen0winterCompulsory-optionalAc1yes
N5KGerman B1 for Combined Type of Studyde0winterCompulsory-optionalAc,Ex1no
1. year of study, summer semester
VAI-KArtificial Intelligence Algorithmscs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VDS-KDatabase Systemscs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VAU-KAutomatic Control Equipmentcs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VSC-KSoft Computingcs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VA2-KControl Theory IIcs6summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
A6KEnglish 6 for Combined Type of Studyen0summerCompulsory-optionalAc,Ex1no
VAB-KBuilding Automationcs4summerCompulsory-optionalClAc1yes
0PPVIndustrial Project (M-AIR)cs4summerCompulsory-optionalClAc1yes
2. year of study, winter semester
VAP-KApplied Electronicscs5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VEX-KExpert Systemscs5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
FSI-KSystem Simulationcs5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VTG-KGraph Theorycs5winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VVF-KControl Theorycs6winterCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VPG-KComputers and Graphicscs4winterCompulsory-optionalClAc1yes
VPW-KProgramming in Windowscs4winterCompulsory-optionalClAc1yes
2. year of study, summer semester
VTR-KAlgebraic Theory of Controlcs4summerCompulsoryClAcyes
VD9-KDiploma Project (M-AIR)cs12summerCompulsoryAcyes
VPP-KOptimization of Processes and Projectscs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VPK-KComputer Communicationcs5summerCompulsoryAc,Exyes
VD8-KDiploma Seminar (M-AIR)cs4summerCompulsoryAcyes