Department of Informatics

General information

Phone 041/5134151
Head prof. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD.
Contact 041/5134150
Room RA204
Deputy Ing. Monika Václavková, PhD.
Contact 041/5134171
Room RA211
Secretary Anna Ilovská
Phone 041/5134151
Room RA203

Employees

doc. Ing. Ján Boháčik, PhD. RA210 041/5134187
Teaching: Informatics I, Informatics II, Practice of Programming I, Practice of Programming II, Parallel Programming, Development of Advanced Applications, Principles of Operating Systems, Project-Based Learning
Research: Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery, Big Data, Fuzzy Rule Extraction, Medical Informatics, TeleHealth
Anna Ilovská RA203 041/5134151
doc. Ing. Jozef Kostolný, PhD. RA202 041/5134186
teaching: Informatics 1, Informatics 2, Principles of operating systems, Advanced application development, Software development Project
researcher: reliability analysis, bioinformatics
doc. Ing. Miroslav Kvaššay, PhD. RA302 041/5134176
teaching: algorithms and data structures 1, principles of operating systems, programming languages for embedded systems, introduction to system programming, basics of theoretical medicine
research: reliability analysis, application of multiple-valued logic in reliability analysis
Ing. Michal Kvet, PhD. RA325 041/5134024
teaching: database systems, advanced database systems, hospital information systems (project), intelligent parking information systems (project), Faculty examination system (project)
research in the field of temporal database approach, database architectures, data analytics and performance optimization used in the field of intelligent transport systems and hospital information systems.
doc. Ing. Marek Kvet, PhD. RA325 041/5134024
teaching: informatics 1, algorithms and data structures 1, project 1, 2, 3
research: intelligent transport systems, modelling and optimization of public service systems, large locations problems solving, metaheuristics
prof. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD. RA204 041/5134150
Knowledge Discovery in Databases, Data Mining, Expert Systems, Programming in C++, Fuzzy Logic , Medical applications
RNDr. Denisa Maceková, PhD. RA209 041/5134184
Teaching: Biomolecular Chemistry and informatics The Basics of Theoretical Medicine
Applied Informatics in Preclinical Medicine
Research: Processing and Analysis of Biomedical Data
prof. Ing. Karol Matiaško, PhD. RA208 041/5134179
Database systems, Data structures, Programming, Information and control systems, Big Data,
Inteligent Transport systems, Data Science
Ing. Ján Rabčan, PhD. RA302 041/5134156
teaching: principles of operating systems, software tools for biomedical informatics
research: reliability analysis, data analysis
Ing. Monika Václavková, PhD. RA211 041/5134171
programming, database systems, expert systems, security systems
Ing. Michal Varga, PhD. RA324 041/5134183
teaching: informatics 1, algorithms and data structures 1, design patterns
research: modeling and simulation of transportation systems, pedestrians' movement and behavior modeling, on-line simulation models
RNDr. Peter Varša, PhD. RA209 041/5134184
programming languages, information systems, complexity of algorithms, parallel programming
doc. Ing. Michal Zábovský, PhD. RA202 041/5134181
courses: database systems, database languages and applications
research: data processing, data analytic, large datasets processing
prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD. RA207 041/5134189
Teaching: Spreadsheets, Reliability analysis
Research: Reliability Analysis, Multiple-Valued Logic, Multiple-State Systems and Reliability Analysis, Medical Informatics

PhD Students

Ing. Roman Čerešňák RA206 041/5134156
Ing. Oľga Chovancová RA205 041/5134155
Fuzzy clustering
Mgr. Adam Dudáš RA205 041/5134155
Optimization of decomposition models of parallel and distributed computations in high performance computing
Ing. Andrej Forgáč RA205 041/5134155
Ing. Patrik Rusnák RA324 041/5134156
Analysis of the reliability and risks of complex systems, multiple-valued logic.
Ing. Veronika Šalgová RA206
Ing. Peter Sedláček RA206 041/5134156
teaching: principles of operating systems, database systems; research: Reliability and risk analysis of complex systems, Multi-valued decision diagrams

Department activities

International events on Department of Informatics

25-27 June 2019   International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies 2019  (http://dt.fri.uniza.sk/ or http://idt.conf.sk).   The aim of the conference IDT 2019 is to bring together researches, developers, teachers from academy as well as industry working in all areas of information technologies. Young researchers and postgraduate PhD students are greatly welcome to participate in this event. The special section for such presentations will be at the Conference. Beside the scientific field, several cultural and social events are planned for the enjoyment of conference attendees.

8 November 2018   IEEE Workshop on Reliability Engineering of the IEEE Czechoslovakia Section Reliability Society Chapter  (https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/179364).   This workshop is working meeting for PhD students and young researchers to discuss background, terminology and principal conception in reliability engineering. The workshop was hold at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Žilina.

5-7 July 2017 International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies 2017  (http://dt.fri.uniza.sk/2017 or http://idt.conf.sk/2017). The Conferences Proceedings were indexed in IEEEXplore, Scopus and Web of Science.

7-9 July 2015 International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies 2015  (http://dt.fri.uniza.sk/2015  or http://idt.conf.sk/2015 ). The Conferences Proceedings were indexed in IEEEXplore, Scopus and Web of Science.



International Scientific, Research and Teaching Projects

2020-2023  Project EACEA.CBHE no.: 610166-EPP-1-2019-1-SK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Advanced Centre for PhD students and young researchers in informatics (ACeSYRI), supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD

2020-2022  Project EACEA.KA2 no. 612462-EPP-1-2019-1-SK-EPPKA2-KA.  University-Industry Educational Centre in Advanced Biomedical and Medical Informatics (CEBMI), supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva , PhD

2019-2020  Project APVV no. SK-SRB-18-0002. Binary and Multivalued Decision Diagrams in Reliability Analysis of Complex System (DDiRA), supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD; Partner: The Mathematical Institute of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Belgrade (Serbia).

2019-2020  Project V4 no. 21830315. Exhibition and Special Discussion Section on Information and Digital Technologies, Grant of the International Visegrad Fund’s, supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD; Partners: VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic), University of Debrecen (Hungary), University of Rzeszow (Poland), University of Defense in Brno (Czech Republic), Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice (Slovakia).

2018-2019   Project APVV no. SK-FR-2017-0003. Multilevel logic units for neuromorphic computing, supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD; Partner: University of Picardie, Amiens (France).

2014-2017    Project FP7 no. 610425. Regional Anaesthesia Simulator and Assistant (RASimAs), FP7-ICT-2013-10 (ICT-2013.5.2 Virtual Physiological Human, supervisor: prof. Tomas Decerno (Dept. of Medical Informatics, University Hospital Aachen, Germany), supervisor from Slovakian team: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD., http://rasimas.imib.rwth-aachen.de  .

2014-2017   Project EACEA no. 544137-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-SK-TEMPUS-JPHS. Centers of Excellence for Young RESearchers (CERES), supervisor: prof. Ing. Karol Matiaško, PhD., http://ceres.fri.uniza.sk/en.

2014-2017   Project EACEA no. 543889-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-SE-TEMPUS-JPHES. Advanced Training and life Long learning Program in Applied Health Sciences (ATHEALTH), supervisor: prof. Mosad Zineldin (Linnaeus University, Sweden), supervisor from Slovakian team: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD., http://www.uit.ac.ma/tempus-athealth.

2013-2014   Project V4 no. 21320401. International Workshop on Biomedical Technologies, Grant of the International Visegrad Fund’s, supervisor: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2013-2014  Project APVV SK-PL-0023-12. Support systems for medical decision making, supervisor: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2012-2015   Project EACEA no. 530270-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-UK-TEMPUS-JPCR. Green Computing & Communications, supervisor: prof. Chris Phillips (Newcastle University, UK), supervisor from Slovakian team: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD, http://my-greenco.eu/

2011-2012 Project  Intelligent assistance systems: multisensor processing and reliability analysis. Canadian-Slovakian-Belarusian Research Co-operation, NATO linkage grant CBP.EAP.CLG 984, supervisor: prof. Svetlana Yanushkevich (University of Calgary, Canada), supervisor from Slovakian team: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.


National Projects (VEGA, KEGA, MVTS, etc.)

2019-2023  Project  APVV 2018-0027. New methods development for reliability analysis of complex system . Grant of the Slovak Research and Development Agency , supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD

2019           Project no. 2018et020.. 3D print at FRI, Grant of the Tatra bank, supervisor: doc. Ing. Miroslav Kvaššay, PhD.

2017-2020   Project VEGA 1/0354/17. Reliability analysis based on uncertain data. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2016-2018  Project VEGA 1/0038/16. Decision support based on fuzzy data. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: prof. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD.

2014-2016  Project VEGA 1/0498/14. New methods and algorithms for reliability analysis of complex system. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: prof. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2013    Project no. 2012et016. Preparing an Attractive Virtual Learning Portal, Grant of the Tatra bank, supervisor: doc. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD.

2011-2013   Project VEGA 1/0598/10. Using visualization techniques when exploring large databases, Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science,supervisor: doc. Ing. Michal Zábovský, PhD.

2008-2010  Project VEGA 1/0796/08. Modeling and processing of data in large databases, Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science,supervisor: doc. Ing. Karol Matiaško, PhD.

2008-2010  Project VEGA 1/0664/08. Creating algorithms for data processing based on multiple-valued and fuzzy logic. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD.

2006-2008  Project MVTS Bil/Fin/SK/ZU/06. System reliability investigation by decision trees. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2006-2008  Project Vega 1/3084/06. Research of structural-complex systems reliability. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Elena Zaitseva, PhD.

2005-2007  Project MVTS Bielorus/Slov/ŽU/05. Development of decision support systems based on fuzzy values. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Vitaly Levashenko, PhD.

2004-2006  Project VEGA 1/1053/04. Processing of large databases. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Karol Matiaško, PhD.

2004-2006  Project KEGA 3/2198/04. Implementation of Learning System MOODLE into the university education process. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: Ing. Karol Grondžák, PhD.

2004-2006  Project MVTS. Adaptive replication system for mobile devices. Grant of the Minister of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Science, supervisor: doc. Ing. Karol Matiaško, PhD.


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