Department of Software Engineering

Each year the department is involved in public educational activities:

  • organising contests for children;
  • preparation of demonstration stands and display of students‘ works in various events and exhibitions (“Study Fair”, “Researchers’ Night”, “Spaceship Earth”, “Technorama”, etc.), related articles in the internet portals, journals;
  • open training for school-children “Lessons of Programming”;
  • cooperation with regional schools in the framework of the competitions organised by Faculty of Informatics, visiting schools with exhibits.

Bachelor degree study programme

Software SystemsThe programme aims at preparation of  highly qualified specialists of software systems, who comply with the needs of Lithuanian economy and global export, are able to analyse, create, install and test software products, work as software systems project managers and software maintenance specialists.

Master degree study programmes

Software Engineering. The graduates from this Master’s degree study programme have overall fundamental knowledge of software engineering, are able of systematic analysis and evaluation of computerised environment, creation and installation of software, independent performance of applied research in the field of computers, assimilate modern automated software design and management tools, have the skills of practical design and are ready for the professional activity of software engineering.

Information Technologies of Distance Education. The programme aims at preparation of Master degree graduates in information technologies: having comprehensive knowledge and skills, related to designing, implementation and application of information technologies for learning in virtual and distance studies, using contemporary teaching and learning theories and content, able to develop electronic means and content for teaching and learning, organise and provide distance studies of good quality, ensuring lifelong learning possibilities. This programme is designed not only for the specialists of informatics or informatics engineering, but also for the specialists, who have higher education in other areas.

Fields of research

  1. Development and research of testing methods for digital schemes. Analysed coherent synchronous scheme can be transformed into combination scheme, using a model of iterative logic array. A few failure models were offered for inspection of failure of switching delay at the structural level of scheme. Testing of coherent schemes without dissemination chain was analysed. Technique for making of tests for such schemes was offered. The impact of selection of test kits on the results was analysed.
  2. Development and research of human brain-computer interface methods. Human brain-computer interface requires complicated algorithms for processing of electroencephalogram (EEG) signals, noise removal, feature extraction and classification. Use of non-linear operators, such as Taeger-Kaiser energy operator (TKEO) and several varieties, was offered for processing of EEG signals. Effectiveness of these operators is assessed using support vector method with a linear function for classification. Discrete cosine transform allows concentration of EEG energy in a few of the first transformation coefficients. This method is used as a step of feature extraction, it allows a significant reduction of the volume of data without the loss of relevant information.
  3. Development and research of testing methods for software systems. Generation of functional (unit) tests in hardware languages using formal methods from (according to) models. Development of tools for static analysis, compilation, analysis and application of symbolic analysis method, “Satisfiability modulus” (SMT) theory. Development and research of automated methods for testing and generation of test cases, based on static code analysis and composite dynamic symbolic performance. Theoretical research of the offered method for testing of distributed systems was performed. Analysis of the kind of mistakes such method is able to detect was performed.
  4. Development and research of technologies and methods for virtual learning. Methods of competition-based social learning were analysed. Characteristics of provision of modules of information technologies were analysed.
  5. Analysis of variability of the systems and their components in the subject area, feature-based modelling and research of automated development methods. Modelling methods are analysed in the context of meta-designing paradigm. Development of generic component models (meta-models, field’s anthologies) was analysed. Variability was analysed in the context of product line methodology. Possibilities of application of generative methods in learning were analysed.

Contacts

Zita Janulytė
Administrator

Studentų st. 50-406, Kaunas
phone +370 (37) 454 229
e-mail zita.janulyte@ktu.lt

 

Department staff

Assoc. prof. dr. Tomas Blažauskas

Head of Department

Studentų g. 50-406, Kaunas
phone: +370 (37) 454 229
email tomas.blazauskas@ktu.lt

Professors

Name / Surname Position Address Phone E-mail
Eduardas Bareiša Professor Studentų st. 50-412 +370 (37) 300 351 eduardas.bareisa@ktu.lt
Robertas Damaševičius Professor K. Baršausko st. 59-A332 robertas.damasevicius@ktu.lt
Vacius Jusas Professor Studentų st. 50-404 +370 (37) 327 617 vacius.jusas@ktu.lt
Kęstutis Motiejūnas Professor Studentų st. 50-405A +370 (37) 327 617 kestutis.motiejunas@ktu.lt

Associate professors

Name / Surname Position Address Phone E-mail
Tomas Blažauskas Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-406 +370 (37) 454 229 tomas.blazauskas@ktu.lt
Sigitas Drąsutis Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-416 sigitas.drasutis@ktu.lt
Eimutis Karčiauskas Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-415B eimutis.karciauskas@ktu.lt
Romas Marcinkevičius Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-415A romas.marcinkevicius@ktu.lt
Lina Narbutaitė Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-440A lina.narbutaite@ktu.lt
Šarūnas Packevičius Assoc. prof. K. Baršausko st. 59-A320 sarunas.packevicius@ktu.lt
Giedrius Ziberkas Assoc. prof. Studentų st. 50-415 giedrius.ziberkas@ktu.lt

Lecturers

Name / Surname Position Address Phone E-mail
Dominykas Barisas Lecturer Studentų st. 50-101A dominykas.barisas@ktu.lt
Mikas Binkis Lecturer Studentų st. 50-101A mikas.binkis@ktu.lt
Aurelijus Budnikas Lecturer Studentų st. 50-415B aurelijus.budnikas@ktu.lt
Tatjana Dulinskienė Lecturer Studentų st. 67-415B tatjana.dulinskiene@ktu.lt
Evaldas Guogis Lecturer K. Baršausko st. 59-A320 evaldas.guogis@ktu.lt
Vitalija Jakštienė Lecturer Studentų st. 50-415A vitalija.jakstiene@ktu.lt
Mindaugas Jančiukas Lecturer K. Baršausko st. 59-A342 mindaugas.janciukas@ktu.lt
Vitalija Keršienė Lecturer Studentų st. 50-402 +370 (37) 300 363 vitalija.kersiene@ktu.lt
Ramūnas Kubiliūnas Lecturer Studentų st. 67-411 ramunas.kubiliunas@ktu.lt
Virginija Limanauskienė Lecturer Studentų st. 50-404 +370 (37) 327 617 virginija.limanauskiene@ktu.lt
Rima Sturienė Lecturer Studentų st. 67-408 rima.sturiene@ktu.lt
Andrej Ušaniov Lecturer Studentų st. 50-405 andrej.usaniov@ktu.lt
Kęstutis Valinčius Lecturer K. Baršausko st. 59-A342 kestutis.valincius@ktu.lt
Mindaugas Vasiljevas Lecturer Studentų st. 50-101A mindaugas.vasiljevas@ktu.lt

Administrative staff

Name / Surname Position Address Phone E-mail
Tautvydas Fyleris Assistant K. Baršausko st. 59-A420 tautvydas.fyleris@ktu.lt
Mantas Lukoševičius Research fellow Studentų st. 50-101A mantas.lukosevicius@ktu.lt
Neringa Kelpšaitė Academic assistant Studentų st. 67-405 neringa.kelpsaite@ktu.lt
Andrius Paulaukas Academic assistant Studentų st. 50-347 andrius.paulauskas@ktu.lt
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