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The projects and and scientific research that are carried out at the Faculty of Informatics are devoted to the possibilities of applying information technology in various activities and sectors. The Faculty is the only in Lithuania belonging to the Informatics Europe association, which unites the strongest informatics scientists, researchers and academic staff. The Association now has 115 members from all over Europe.


Research topics

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. E. Kazanavičius  

The fast growth of IoT has high potential in many applications that impact personal lives, workplace productivity, and consumption. New IoT applications face a variety of unsolved security, design, and deployment challenges. The development of new methods, algorithms, and technologies is required.  

Researchers work on smart environments and the Internet of Things and Services. Innovations created are based on an open architecture model, which allows integration of various third-party services, thus creating new business models for potential providers of services. The following topics are planned to cover: real- time systems, AI-based automation for IoT enabled smart environments, secure and scalable IoT-based solutions (for smart healthcare, cities, logistics, mobility, etc.), IoT protocols and standards.

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. A. Venčkauskas 

Cybersecurity is critical to European economies, functioning of the democracy, and European values. Malicious cyber activities, in particular disinformation campaigns, fake news, and cyber operations targeted at critical infrastructure, varying in scope, scale, duration, intensity, complexity, sophistication, and impact, are becoming increasingly common and demand a mobilization of the full range of respective tools and instruments, and joint response.  

Researchers analyze and developed various cybersecurity methods, covering the areas of security of computer networks and cyber-physical systems, situational awareness of cybersecurity and visualization, fog computing security, orchestration of fog computing services, and computer forensics.

Principal investigators: Prof. Dr. R. Butleris 

The main goal is the facilitation of the growth of the quality of the surrounding information systems through the improvement of systems engineering approaches and information management capabilities.  

Researchers develop solutions that involve business intelligence, machine learning, distributed ledger architectures and smart contracts, ontologies, natural language processing, semantic technologies, modelling of business processes, specialized CASE tools, and model-driven development paradigm- based solutions. The group focusses on research and development of solutions to such problems as seamless integration between deliverables of analysis, requirements specification and systems design as well as automated understanding and utilization of vast amounts of heterogeneous data and information, using methods based on semantic analysis, knowledge modelling and AI.

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. T. Blažauskas 

Reserchers’ aim is to find new approaches to education, health, rehabilitation, and other areas by exploiting the advances in the fields of mixed reality, human body tracking, haptics and AI.  

Research and solutions already developed are related to virtual reality technologies, which we apply to disease diagnostics, rehabilitation and training. Researchers are focusing on human body tracking for sports and rehabilitation using VR technologies, and immersive technologies for education.  

Principal investigator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. D. Gudonienė 

There is a gap in intelligent supportive technologies in the market of the education sector.  

The topic is smart content production, covering such areas as: (1) Digital lessons, (2) Information visualization, (3) Learning content design, (4) Chabot’s based support systems.  

Principal investigators: Prof. Dr. R. Maskeliūnas, Prof. Dr. R. Damaševičius 

The application of computer vision in healthcare can help to improve diagnostics, earlier detection of health issues, and better treatment plans. In bio signal analysis, AI algorithms can be trained to recognize patterns in signals that indicate disorders or other health issues.  

The expertise in computer vision and signal processing gained by our researchers solving tasks like recognition of Alzheimer’s disease, screening Parkinson’s disease, tumour/cancer detection and classification, and human posture detection makes solid background for further research. We aim to improve the feature extraction and analysis techniques to achieve better performance of the models and extend their applicability.  

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. A. Paulauskaitė –Tarasevičienė 

As the use of AI systems in various domains can have significant impacts on people’s lives, it is crucial to ensure that these systems are aligned with ethical principles and human rights standards. The transparency and explainability of AI systems play a critical role in this regard. Research background and topics.  

The experience of researchers is gained in different AI approaches (from expert systems to deep learning architectures), data analysis, and XAI methods including local and global explanation models applied in the following sectors: health, manufacturing, cybersecurity and agriculture. The development of XAI algorithms is a key area of research that seeks to address the challenges posed by black-box AI solutions. It covers the topics of robust model interpretation algorithms for visualizing and interpreting the inner workings of AI model; bias detection and mitigation techniques; adversarial attacks and adversarial robustness.

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. R. Barauskas 

AI models are known for their ability to identify patterns. This feature enables AI-based models to solve problems that cannot be described by physical equations due to their complexity.  

Direct application of such models to simulate physical behavior usually lacks physical consistency and poorly generalizes in out-of-sample cases. The combination of AI and computational mechanics allows us to employ physical equations and data-driven knowledge to simulate the processes of dynamic systems in acceptable resolution while ensuring physical consistency. 

Principal Investigators: Prof. Dr. G. Palubeckis. 

One of the most significant parts of computer science and computational intelligence is heuristic and metaheuristic optimization algorithms. Optimization is everywhere – its methods constitute a field of research capable of providing one of the greatest economic benefits.  

Currently, there exist a number of algorithms for solving combinatorial optimization problems arising in real-world applications, but there is a need for new metaheuristic algorithms with increased performance and quality measures. Nature-inspired heuristic algorithms are simple, yet effective and can deal with complex, multimodal, high dimensional objective functions, can be hybridized with other types of optimization algorithms and can save computational and energy resources.  

The capabilities of algorithms are enhanced by the synergy with other computational intelligence techniques and other research directions, such as manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, healthcare, etc. 


Research groups

Research Group Department Principal Investigator
Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing Methods in Multimedia Department of Multimedia Engineering assoc. prof. dr. Armantas Ostreika
Cyber Security Department of Computer Sciences prof. dr. Algimantas Venčkauskas
Internet-of-Things and Services Department of Computer Sciences prof. dr. Egidijus Kazanavičius
Multidisciplinary Models Department of Applied Informatics prof. dr. Rimantas Barauskas
Multimodal Human-Computer Interactions Department of Software Engineering prof. dr. Tomas Blažauskas
Semantics and Knowledge-Based Engineering of Information Systems Department of Information Systems prof. dr. Rimantas Butleris
Smart Educational Technologies and Their Application Department of Multimedia Engineering dr. Daina Gudonienė
Systems Design and Testing Department of Software Engineering prof. dr. Eduardas Bareiša
Other Researchers in Informatics

Research at Divisions


Scientific achievements and impact

Research priorities

Faculty of Informatics focuses on the various research areas related with modern computer science and engineering, as well as computational science, including scientific computation based on multidisciplinary mathematical models, optimization and artificial intelligence. Simultaneously, focus is held on fundamental research in the field of related mathematical methods. The Faculty of Informatics is following the institutional priorities of Digital transformation, Industry transformation, Smart cities and resilient communities. Additionally, we adhere to the national priorities of Smart specialization and to five priorities of European Commission: Green deal, Digital age, economy that works for people, a stronger Europe in the world, and promoting our European way of life.

Defended dissertations

Dissertations defended at the faculty are in Informatics (N009) and Informatics Engineering (T007)

Dovilė Verenė Genetic hierarchical algorithms for the quadratic assignment problem Alfonsas Misevičius 2022
Aušra Gadeikytė Multiscale models and algorithms for the simulation of heat and moisture transfer in textile structures Rimantas Barauskas 2022
Jurgita Arnastauskaitė Development and comparative study using the Monte Carlo method of goodness-of-fit tests for normality Tomas Ruzgas 2022
Vaiva Šiaučiūnaitė Application of nonlinear dynamics methods and algorithms in cardiac signal analysis Minvydas Ragulskis 2022
Audrius Kulikajevas Reconstruction algorithm of invisible sides of a 3D object for depth scanning systems Rytis Maskeliūnas 2022
Kazimieras Bagdonas Multimodal security system for Internet of Things communications Algimantas Venčkauskas 2022
Rytis Augustauskas Detection of textured surface defects using deep neural networks Arūnas Lipnickas 2022
Sandeepak Bhandari Research and implementation of timeline analysis method for digital forensics evidence Vacius Jusas 2022
Indraja Elžbieta Germanaitė Research of spatial patterns description, identification and application solving spatial analysis tasks Rimantas Butleris 2022
Sam Gilvine Samuvel Research and Implementation of the Methods to Recognize Vacius Jusas 2021
Gintarė Žekienė Hybrid Recognition Technology for Lithuanian Voice Commands Kastytis Ratkevičius 2021
Eglė Butkevičiūtė ECG Signal Analysis for the Modelling of Training Process and Fatigue Evaluation Liepa Bikulčienė 2021
Donatas Mažeika Model-Based Systems Engineering Method for Creating Secure Systems Lina Nemuraitė, Rimantas Butleris 2021
Darius Dirvanauskas Algorithm for Live Cell Classification and Monitoring Based on Deep Neural Networks Rytis Maskeliūnas 2021
Tadas Telksnys Construction of Solitary Solutions to Differential Equations via Operator Techniques Minvydas Kazys Ragulskis 2020
Šarūnas Grigaliūnas Development of Cybercrime Forensic Investigation Method Jevgenijus Toldinas 2020
Justas Šalkevičius Virtual Reality for Anxiety Recognition Using Physiological Signals – Framework, Methods and Evaluation Robertas Damaševičius 2020
Andrius Lauraitis Hybrid Classification Model for Neural Impairment Detection Rytis Maskeliūnas 2020
Tomas Uktveris Multi-Class EEG Signal Classification and Acquisition System for Brain-Computer Interface Vacius Jusas 2019
Sandra Aleksienė Hiding Visual Information in Deformable and Two-Dimensional Moiré Gratings Minvydas Kazys Ragulskis, Eligijus Sakalauskas 2019
Mindaugas Vasiljevas Human-Assistive Interface Model of Physiological Computing Systems Robertas Damaševičius 2019
Mindaugas Bražėnas Investigation of Phase-Type Distribution of Fourth Order Structures for Fitting and Markov Arrival Process Fitting by Expectation Maximization Algorithm Parallelization Eimutis Valakevičius 2019
Julius Gelšvartas Multifunctional User Interface for Quadriplegics: Development and Investigation Rimvydas Simutis 2019
Jonas Muleravičius The E-Wallet in an E-Commerce System Eligijus Sakalauskas 2019
Evelina Stanavičienė The Application of Hybrid Genetic Algorithms for the Grey Pattern Problem Alfonsas Misevičius 2019
Martynas Vaidelys Self-Organizing Patterns in Information Hiding Applications Minvydas Kazys Ragulskis 2018
Jonas Minelga Computational Intelligence Methods for Non-Invasive Larynx Pathology Screening Antanas Verikas 2018
Eglė Mickevičiūtė Business Process Representation Based on Business Vocabulary and Business Rules Semantics Rimantas Butleris 2018
Audrius Nečiūnas Algorithms of Numerical Simulation of Elastic Waves Propagating in Dissipative Environments Rimantas Barauskas 2018

Nerijus Jusas


Creation of Systems of Internet of Things, Based on Feature-Based Models


Algimantas Venčkauskas 2017

Algirdas Šukys


Ontology Queries Based on the Semantics of the Vocabulary and Activity Rules


Lina Nemuraitė 2017

Andrius Kriščiūnas


Creation of Fast Convergent Numerical Algorithms for Short Wave Research


Rimantas Barauskas 2017

Dalia Čalnerytė


Creation of Multidisciplinary Numerical Models for the Analysis of Dynamics of Flexible Unidirectional Composites


Rimantas Barauskas 2017

Rolandas Girčys


Creation and Research of a Wearable, Real-Time Blood Flow Monitoring System


Egidijus Kazanavičius 2016

Ignas Martišius


Data Capture and Signal Processing Algorithms for Brain-to-Computer Interface


Robertas Damaševičius 2016

Jaroslav Karpovič


Representation of Semantics of Operational Dictionaries and Activity Rules in Language of Semantic Network Ontologies


Lina Nemuraitė 2015

Kristina Bespalova


Automated Creation of Meta-Softwares and Specialisation Using Transformations of Feature-Based Models


Vytautas Štuikys 2015

The impact of R&D&I

In order to increase the visibility and appreciation of the Faculty’s researchers and to promote science and technology, the research works and inventions produced by the researchers are presented at national and international science exhibitions. Startups based on the inventions of Faculty graduates are among the most ambitious and successful in Lithuania.

Publications and their impact

Faculty scientists publish their research results in top-ranked foreign journals with citation factor (Nature Scientific Reports (IF= 4.996), Biophysical journal (IF=3.669); Composite structures (IF=6.603), Information Sciences (IF=8. 233), Computers & operations research (IF=5.159), Computers & industrial engineering (IF=7.18), Journal of systems and software (IF=3.514), Sensors (IF=3.847), Expert systems with applications (IF=8.665), and presenting at high-level international scientific conferences (IEEE SSCI, DAC, ICAISC).

Scientific events and their impact

The International Conference on Information and Software Technologies (ICIST) (formerly known as “Information Technologies”) has for many years remained the largest and most important international scientific conference in the field of information technologies, organised annually in Lithuania. It started in 1995 and became an international conference in 2008. The programme committee is mainly composed of foreign scientists, and the publications of the conference proceedings are included in the Thomson Reuters WoS Proceedings database since 2008. The event is relevant for Lithuanian science and studies in several aspects, i.e. a wide range of topics in the fields of computer engineering and computer science, with a particular focus on systems modelling and software development.  Every year, Lithuanian and foreign researchers submit more than 120 papers to the International Programme Committee of the conference, of which no more than 40% are selected for publication in the main journal. Since 2012, the main journal has been published in the Springer-Verlag CCIS series (this series is referenced in the Clarivate Analytics Os and Scopus databases). 

International Conference “Infomation Society and University Studies” (IVUS) is a joint event that brings together by three countries and is aimed at Master’s and PhD students as well as at young scientists at the beginning of their careers to share ideas, present research results and provide new scientific opportunities. The participation of researchers and practitioners of the field is also encouraged.  

ALTA International Conference – “Advanced Learning Technologies”.  In this conference, researchers, study experts, representatives of government and educational institutions will present new methodological and technological solutions for the education system. The aim of the conference is to promote international cooperation, the development of Lithuanian science and scientific relations.

Science laureates, awards and achievements

Lithuanian National Broadcasters’ LRT Award of the Year (source):
  1. Prof. Rytis Maskeliūnas, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Dr. Modupe Odusami, Kaunas University of Technology
Best paper award in the “8th International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management” (source):
  1. Dr. Tautvydas Fyleris, Kaunas University of Technology
World Summit Award 2020 (source):
  1. Dr. Tomas Blažauskas, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Erika Kisieliūtė
  3. Lekt. Andrius Paulauskas, Kaunas University of Technology
Danske Bank award at Technorama 2020 for the work “Household Recyclable Waste Sorting System“ (source):
  1. Dr. Agnius Liutkevičius, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Ovidijus Grigas, Kaunas University of Technology
“Sun Patches” team led by prof. Agnius Liutkevičius received 3rd place award at “Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge” (source):
  1. Dr. Agnius Liutkevičius, Kaunas University of Technology
“R1 Lietuva” award for the “Neural Impairment Test Suite mobile app” (source):
  1. Prof. Rytis Maskeliūnas, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Doc. Andrius Lauraitis, Kaunas University of Technology
“R1 Lietuva” award for project “Inveso” issued to Aidas Jankauskas, “Escape the lab” (source):
  1. Virtual Reality Lab, Kaunas University of Technology
Centric IT Solutions award for the project “Gunplay VR” (source):
  1. Lekt. Andrius Paulauskas, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Lekt. Lukas Paulauskas, Kaunas University of Technology
  3. Romas Šleževičius, Kaunas University of Technology
“TransUnion” award for the interactive museum exhibition “Flight Through Atlantic” (source):
  1. Aurimas Gečas
  2. Ignas Lunis
  3. Vadimas Kožuchovskis
  4. Viltė Gražulevičiūtė
  5. Laimutė Varkalaitė
  6. Erika Kisieliūtė
  7. Laura Rimkutė-Šimaitė
  8. Mindaugas Tamošiūnas
  9. Justas Motijauskas
Award for “GovTech Lab” project and work on Statistics Lithuania challenge – “How to create a real time satellite image of Lithuania?“:
  1. Dr. Andrius Kriščiūnas, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Dr. Tautvydas Fyleris, Kaunas University of Technology
Best Paper Award Certificate” 7th International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management (GISTAM) (source):
  1. Dr. Tautvydas Fyleris, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Dr. Andrius Kriščiūnas, Kaunas University of Technology
  3. Dr. Dalia Čalnerytė, Kaunas University of Technology
Award “Best Dissertation 2020” competition of the Lithuanian Young Scientists Union (LYSU):
  1. Doc. Andrius Lauraitis, Kaunas University of Technology
Award – Top Peer Reviewer 2019 — Global Peer Review Awards 2019 (Web of Science Group, a Clarivate Analytics company) (source):
  1. Dr. Svajūnas Sajavičius, Kaunas University of Technology
The researcher together with the student Liutauras Butkus received the award for the “Polite robot” at Technorama exhibition (source):
  1. Doc. Mantas Lukoševičius, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Liutauras Butkus, Kaunas University of Technology
The most interesting presentation at the Meeting of Lithuanian Young Mathematicians in 2020:
  1. Doc. Mantas Lukoševičius, Kaunas University of Technology
Best paper award in the conference “IVUS 2019” (source):
  1. Doc. Mantas Lukoševičius, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Lukas Stankevičius, Kaunas University of Technology
LMA (Lithuanian Academy of Sciences) Young Scientist scholarships for the achievements in the fields of physical, biomedical, agricultural and technological sciences (2010-2011):
  1. Dr. Robertas Damaševičius, Kaunas University of Technology
  2. Prof. Rytis Maskeliūnas, Kaunas University of Technology

Participation in working groups or commissions set up by national public bodies and organisations

Agnė Paulauskaitė – Tarasevičienė Work on the State Progress Strategy “Lithuania 2050” Government Strategic Analysis Center 2022-02-10 – present
Mantas Lukoševičius Member of the 2022 awards commission Artificial Intelligence Association of Lithuania 2022-01-30 – present
Agnė Paulauskaitė – Tarasevičienė Institutional representative working the strategic group Artificial Intelligence Association of Lithuania 2022-01-30 – present
Rimantas Butleris KTU representative INFOBALT association 2022-01-01 – present
Rimantas Butleris KTU representative European Research Infrastructure Consortium “Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure” CLARIN ERIC (CLARIN LT) 2018-01-01 – present
Rimantas Barauskas Expert for evaluation of scientific projects and programs Research Council of Lithuania 2018-01-01 – present
Rimantas Barauskas Full Member Division of Technical Sciences the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences 2018-01-01 – present
Rytis Maskeliūnas Expert for evaluation of scientific projects and programs Research Council of Lithuania 2017-09-18 – present
Rytis Maskeliūnas Member of the Lithuanian construction sector development monitoring and coordination working group Lithuanian construction sector 2017-09-18 – present
Algimantas Venčkauskas Steering committee member at the Cybersecurity Council, Ministry of National Defense Republic of Lithuania. Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania 2012-11-08 – present
Rita Butkienė Leader of the experts group Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education 2019-10-17 – 2022-12-31
Renata Burbaitė Chairwoman of the Information Technologies Examination Assessment Board National Agency for Education 2020-01-01 – 2022-06-30
Rytis Maskeliūnas Lithuanian representative in the committee of the European Union research and innovation program “Horizon 2021” Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology 2021-05-13 – 2021-12-10
Audrius Lopata Expert Lithuanian Business Support Agency 2020-01-01 – 2020-12-31
Šarūnas Grigaliūnas Expert and IT Security Group Leader at KTU ITD Computer network centre Computer network of Lithuanian research and study institutions LITNET 2019-01-01 – 2019-12-30
Robertas Damaševičius Lithuanian representative in the committee of the European Union research and innovation program “Horizon 2020” Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) 2019-01-01 – 2019-12-30
Egidijus Kazanavičius Member of the Cyber Security Council under the Ministry of National Defense Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania 2019-04-30 – 2019-12-30
Rimantas Butleris Member of the working group of the national industrial digitalization platform “Industry 4.0” Ministry of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania 2019-04-11 – 2019-12-30
Algimantas Venčkauskas Member of The National Industrial Digitalization Platform “Industry 4.0”. Cyber security working group Ministry of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania 2018-05-11 – 2019-12-30

Researchers in editorial boards of scientific journals

Martynas Patašius Reviewer Board member Mathematics 2022-01-10 – present
Martynas Patašius Editor Computation, Special issue “Application of Finite Element Methods 2022-01-10 – present
Miguel A.F. Sanjuan Editor in Chief Journal of Applied Nonlinear Dynamics 2022-01-10 – present
Miguel A.F. Sanjuan Associate Editor Discontinuity, Nonlinearity and Complexity 2022-01-10 – present
Rimantas Barauskas Editor Computation 2022-01-03 – present
Jevgenijus Toldinas Editor MDPI Electronics 2021-01-01 – present
Rytis Maskeliūnas Special Issue Editor Sustainability, MDPI 2021-01-01 – present
Vacius Jusas Editor in Chief Information Technology and Control 2016-01-01 – present
Rytis Maskeliūnas Editors board member Covenant Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology 2013-01-23 – present
Rimantas Barauskas Editors board member Information Technology and Control 2011-01-10 – present
Agnius Liutkevičius Guest Editor Journal of Computer Science & Computational Mathematics 2020-01-01 – 2020-12-31
Vytautas Rudžionis Editors board member Information systems and technologies security 2020-01-01 – 2020-12-31
Robertas Damaševičius Editor in Chief Information Technology and Control 2020-01-01 – 2020-12-31
Egidijus Kazanavičius Editors board member Baltic Journal of Modern Computing 2019-01-01 – 2019-12-30
Vytenis Punys Member of the Advisory Board Machine Graphics & Vision 2011-01-01 – 2020-12-31
Audrius Lopata Editors board member Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly 2019-01-01 – 2019-12-30
Tomas Skersys Editors board member Social Technologies 2019-01-01 – 2019-12-30

Research infrastructure and achievements

Researchers of the Faculty of Informatics use the IT infrastructure provided by KTU for their research. The software can be used at the workplace, in computer labs, in the library or by connecting to the KTU cloud services via. Researchers can also use the High Performance Computing (HPC) services provided by the KTU Artificial Intelligence Centre. 

The services provided by the researchers of the Faculty of Informatics are registered and available through the University’s Open Access Resources and Services Management and Accounting Information System (APCIS) 

Two centres provide research services at the Faculty:

Centre of Information Systems Design Technology

The Centre focuses on scientific research and technological development of informatics engineering and informatics fields, on creation of new scientific knowledge and its application in study process and promotion to the society. There are five active research laboratories at the Centre:

  • Laboratory of Semantic Technologies
  • Laboratory of Data Analysis
  • Laboratory of Requirements Engineering
  • Laboratory of Business Process Management
  • Laboratory of Information Systems Development

Centre of Information Systems Design Technology

The Centre was established by reorganising a science laboratory of Information Systems and Databases Programming at the Faculty of Informatics, Department of Information Systems. An official abbreviation for this centre is ISPTC.

The Centre provides services for applied research, experimental development and technical feasibility studies.

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Centre of Real Time Computer Systems

The Centre of Real Time Computer Systems carries out applied and fundamental research in the areas of smart environments and the Internet of things and services. Scientists and researchers of the Centre take part in international and national projects, actively collaborate with companies around the world. Together with TEO LT AB projects such as GALA and TV MOZAIKA were completed. AXMEDIS content distribution system was created in collaboration with foreign partners. The Centre collaborates with Aalborg, London City, Danish Technical, Darmstadt universities and their research centres. The Centre is also in contact with Siemens, Philips, Advantech, Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, Microsoft, Intermedix and other global companies.

Centre of Real Time Computer Systems

The staff of the Centre is actively involved in the tudy process. They are in charge and supervise various modules belonging to Informatics Engineering study programme, and the new Health Informatics programme, the aim of which is to train specialists that have public health and informatics skills, are able to design, create and install software for solving health problems.

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KTU Open Access Centre

Using technological solutions created by our scientists and researchers we help our clients solve technological problems. Partnership with business encompasses all stages of cooperation: from simple orders and first tests to joint R&D projects and other services.
Reserve equipment or order a service through KTU Open Access Centre.

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Science Projects

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Significant publications

KTU Faculty of Informatics publishes journal Information Technologies and Control . Since 2007, the journal is included into the ISI Master Journal List database.

Since 1994 the Faculty organises international conference “Information and Software Technologies” (ICIST).

Since 1995 the Faculty organises international university conference of Master and Doctoral Students “Information Society and University Studies” (IVUS).

The Faculty organises international conference ALTA: Intelligent Learning Technology


Vice-Dean for Research
Dr. Daina Gudonienė
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Administrator for Science Production
Edgaras Dambrauskas
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