Supporting University for Forty Years
We’re developing information and communication technologies, making everyday activities easier. At the same time, we’re carrying out our own top-level research, focusing on cybersecurity and helping with big data and high performance computing in various disciplines.
successfully completed national and international research projects
employees, students, and other external employees
years of rich history and cooperation with the university
divisions forming the firm foundation of the Institute
The Institute of Computer Science is a higher education institute of Masaryk University responsible for information and communication technologies. Our scientific and research activities focus on areas such as computing and data infrastructure, cybersecurity, interdisciplinary collaboration, healthcare, and identity authorization. We also provide IT services operation and development, complete backbone computer network management and computer server care.
What Services Do We Provide?
- providing economic-administrative information systems
- data and voice networks, high performance computing support and mass storages
- library systems and electronic information resources
- maintaining computer study rooms and securing safe cyberspace
- web presentations of MUNI, its faculties, and other parts
- university-wide sales and software and technical equipment distribution
- administering of local computer science centres at MUNI faculties
For an overview and detailed information, see the IT Services Catalog.
What Is Our Scientific Focus?
- computing and data storage infrastructure (centre CERIT-SC)
- research and development in current areas of cybersecurity (centre C4e and CSIRT-MU)
- authentication and authorisation nfrastructure ELIXIR AAI
- MeDiMed project development – exchanging of medical visual data and information
- cooperation with CESNET association (optical networks, virtual environment for cooperation)
- development of information systems and digital libraries of the university and the national community
For more information, see our Research.