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KTU Faculty of Informatics is proud of their students and staff – our teachers have extensive practical knowledge and our students are the most sought-after in the job market. The Faculty’s master’s students can acquire tailor-made competence package through unique for KTU master’s study model Ma+. Our students are engaged in various interdisciplinary projects and create IT solutions that solve immediate problems of today’s world.

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The future of information technology is the environment built of smart computer systems. Informatics Engineering study programme is those those who are willing to design, develop and manage the smart systems of the future. The students will acquire skills to work with specific technical programmes, to manage and to create computer systems for companies, to ensure information safety and gain knowledge and skills essential for successful career.

Study Programme Head
Agnius Liutkevičius
e-mail agnius.liutkevicius@ktu.lt
phone +370 (626) 22 304

About the programme

Information technologies used today have changed the forms and ways of receiving and sharing information. In this study programme the students learn to understand the principles in which the images and sounds are manipulated or created using cutting edge computer technologies. During studies they are introduced to various tools used for sound, video and 3D graphics creating and editing, the students learn to create games and other type of graphic entertainment. Multimedia technologies’ specialist is a mediator between the artist (painter, scriptwriter, director) and the final product – published digital content.

Study Programme Head
Ingrida Lagzdinytė-Budnikė

email ingrida.lagzdinyte@ktu.lt
phone +370 37 300 356

About the programme:

In this study programme students acquire skills and knowledge of developing different information systems (IS) that ensure efficient functioning of any enterprise. They learn to develop the systems, which allow to comprehend, analyse and shape the activities, to design and to program different IS and data bases, to work in a team and to manage IS projects. The students acquire comprehensive knowledge on every stage of IS development including its design and programming, IS project management, preparing the IS project models, programming and installing. The graduates of Information Systems study programme are able to understand and analyse the necessities of company management that are based on information. Specializations: designing IS and project management; programming Internet IS and data bases.

Study Programme Head
Tomas Skersys
e-mail tomas.skersys@ktu.lt
phone +370 37 327 628

About the programme:

The programme aims at preparation of qualified specialists of informatics, who have a very good knowledge of technologies of programming, internet or three-dimensional graphics (depending on specialization) and are able to apply the acquired knowledge professionally in their work. Students deepen their knowledge in programming technologies, models of informatics-mathematics and their application in cloud computing for simulation of behaviour of physical-engineering systems. They study the issues in the areas of artificial intellect, IT protection, internet, learn to create and design network, multimedia services, distributed and mobile internet systems.

Study Programme Head
Ingrida Lagzdinytė-Budnikė
e-mail ingrida.lagzdinyte@ktu.lt
phone +370 37 300 356

According to recommendations of the World’s computing association ACM, this study programme integrates knowledge and skills’ development in computer science and software systems field. The students studying Software Systems acquire professional knowledge on new programming languages and carcases, on optimising algorithms, on effective data structure and data bases. The application of designing tools and UML models, testing of different programs and static analysis will provide the students with necessary technical skills, and the project development in Agile method, which is perfect for managing software projects aiming to meet client’s needs and assure the software systems quality, will help students develop their teamwork skills. Programming of real distributed systems – parallel architectures, designing of web services and cloud computing systems will allow to gain the designing solution skills in different areas.

Study Programme Head
Ramūnas Kubiliūnas

e-mail ramunas.kubiliunas@ktu.lt
phone +370 (688) 15 330

About the programme:

If you want to become information technologies professional in a unique, perspective and popular area, if you are willing to develop computer systems that will help solve health problems, then Health Informatics study programme is perfect for you. The students of this programme gain knowledge in health informatics field, learn to design, create, install and maintain software and technical devices that help solve health related questions.

Study Programme Head
Agnius Liutkevičius
e-mail agnius.liutkevicius@ktu.lt
phone +370 (626) 22 304

About the programme:

Future Master’s graduates study IT services in cloud computing, project management, multimedia data mining, digital video and audio processing, virtual reality and 3D modelling, and other subjects.
Specialists of informatics, who graduated from this programme, have deeper knowledge of applied informatics, as well as multimedia, methodological knowledge of data analysis, are able to plan and coordinate work of the team of specialists, to take decisions and independently perform scientific research.

Study Programme Head
Ingrida Lagzdinytė-Budnikė
e-mail ingrida.lagzdinyte@ktu.lt
phone +370 37 300 356

This study programme is aimed at training specialists that are able to organise and implement studies with the help of contemporary information technologies. The students acquire knowledge and gain skills on application of the information technologies in studies, using contemporary theories and methods of teaching and studying. They also learn how to create content for e. learning, how to organise and conduct virtual and distance studies.

Study Programme Head
Ramūnas Kubiliūnas
e-mail ramunas.kubiliunas@ktu.lt
phone +370 (688) 15 330

About the programme:

Software engineering master’s studies incorporate the aspects of software systems and engineering, just like it is recommended by ACM (Association for Computing Machinery). This programme’s graduates possess broad range of fundamental knowledge on software engineering, are able to systematically analyse and evaluate a computerised environment, to create and install software, to independently carry out scientific research in computer science field; they have deep understanding of contemporary automated means of software designing and management. The KTU software engineering masters also have skills of practical designing and are well prepared for the professional activities of a software engineer.

Study Programme Head
Ramūnas Kubiliūnas
e-mail ramunas.kubiliunas@ktu.lt
phone +370 (688) 15 330

About the programme:

Information systems (IS) are becoming more and more important and complicated. Effective scientific and engineering solutions and their successful applications are essential in creating efficient and high quality information system timely and for a reasonable price. The students of Information Systems Engineering master’s acquire systemic model-based attitude which is especially relevant when it comes to contemporary IS, learn to apply advanced methods, tools, technologies and standards.

Study Programme Head
Tomas Skersys
e-mail tomas.skersys@ktu.lt
phone +370 37 327 628

Programos pristatymas:

This master’s programme is dedicated for training cybersecurity professionals, possessing theoretical knowledge and are well aware of the methods and technology used in the field. The Information and Information Technologies Security graduates possess knowledge on managing information safety and legal regulations of cyberspace, they are qualified to independently work in the area of cybersecurity ensuring: to evaluate, project and carry out safe information technology and safety management systems, to solve different safety problems that are related to social engineering, to plan and carry out continuous activity and restoration of cyber systems.

Study Programme Head
Agnius Liutkevičius
e-mail agnius.liutkevicius@ktu.lt
phone +370 (626) 22 304

About the programme:

Joint studies with Vytautas Magnus University.
Informatics (09P) are based on Computer science and the science of Calculating research. Mathematical models of an object or a system are used, appropriate simulating algorithms are created and important results for science and practice obtained. KTU+VDU 09P is a study direction that is chosen by doctoral students who analyse data bases and also work in the areas of signal and image analysis, simulated modelling, artificial intelligence, physical behaviour, overall creation and examination of dynamic models, cryptographic algorithms, formation of systems, high-level transformation of specifications, etc. Some of these areas may also belong to the field of Informatics Engineering (07T) – it depends on which of the realisation aspects, the mathematical system model or the engineering-architectural model, is the dominant one.

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of Informatics
Rimantas Barauskas
e-mail rimantas.barauskas@ktu.lt

Informatics Engineering is an area in computer science field focusing on searching for efficient solutions to practical calculation and information processing problems while applying scientific knowledge. This PhD programme prepares future science leaders in the field of informatics engineering. To get a PhD degree, every doctoral student must complete doctoral studies (30 credits), carry out original scientific research in the field of informatics engineering and develop new scientific knowledge, introducing the results of their research in national and international scientific conferences and science magazines; all PhD students must write and orally defend their doctoral dissertations. The programme provides an opportunity for the doctoral students to complete one module at an academic institution abroad or participate at a doctoral summer school that is also organised abroad. From day one, they are expected to actively carry out scientific research at KTU Santaka Valley, a state-of-the-art hub for research and knowledge intensive business. An obtained PhD degree confirms that the doctoral student has extensive academic education and is able to carry out original research in the field of informatics engineering.

Chairman of Doctoral Committee of Informatics Engineering
Robertas Damaševičius

e-mail robertas.damasevicius@ktu.lt 

 

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