Dean

  • Professor Sławomir Gruszczyński

Vice-Deans

  • Professor Krzysztof Boryczko
  • Associate Professor Piotr Pacyna
  • Marek Gajęcki, DSc
  • Jacek Kołodziej, DSc
  • Michał Wągrowski, DSc

Institutes

  • Institute of Electronics
  • Institute of Telecommunications
  • Institute of Computer Science

Fields of study

Electronics

Electronics and Telecommunications

Computer Science
(jointly with the Faculty EEACSBE)

Teleinformatics

Cybersecurity

Modern Technologies in Forensic Science

Electronics and Telecommunications

(in English)

Informatyka – Data Science

(studia II stopnia)

The Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics, and Telecommunications, thanks to its exceptional academic staff and experienced teachers, carries out research and educates students in the fields of computer science, electronics, telecommunications, as well as information and communication technologies.

 

The strategy of the faculty encompasses key research areas, such as information society technology, cloud computing technology, fast optical networks, global wireless communications, Internet of the Future, Internet of Things, and sustainable development, e.g., embedded systems in electronics, industrial electronics, telemedicine, design of electronic systems, signal recognition, microwave techniques, optoelectronics, photovoltaics, sensor systems, spintronics, and nanotechnology.

 

Introduced in the academic year 2012/2013, the new Teleinformatics field of study develops dynamically, combining the achievements of Computer Science and Telecommunications. Independently of Electronics and Telecommunications, offered in both Polish and English, the first-cycle field of study in Electronics started for the second time in the academic year 2015/2016. The faculty educates students in the following disciplines: computer science, electronics, and telecommunications; and is authorised to confer the doctor’s degree, as well as the postdoctoral qualification.

 

Classes take place in modern and exceptionally well-equipped lecture rooms and laboratories, for example, at the AGH UST Centre of Computer Science, which had opened in 2012 – a building that has received many awards and distinctions for its original architecture.

 

The faculty also offers activities in student research clubs: Telephoners, KNE (student special interest group of electronic engineers), SPECTRUM (signal processing), and BIT. Fields of study that are adjusted to the needs of modern industry in combination with high teaching standards give graduates of the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications a real advantage in the labour market and allow them to become valuable members of engineering teams working for international corporations located in Krakow, such as IBM, Cisco, Motorola, Delphi, Comarch, ABB, Nokia Solutions, and Networks.