Welcome to the Department of Information Technology

The Department of Information Technology (DIT) is part of the Faculty of Informatics and e-Economy of the Poznan University of Economics and Business. The Department is composed of 13 members: 1 full professor, 3 associate professors, 3 assistant professors, 5 research assistants and 1 administrative person. The Department also takes care of 2 Ph.D. students. The research members have technical qualifications in computer science and engineering. The head of DIT is Professor Wojciech Cellary. More about DIT »

News Chronicle

January 23, 2018

Results of the 19th edition of the Golden Mouse Contest announced! The contest was addressed to the 1st year students of the Faculty of Informatics and Electronic Economy. The purpose of the contest was to reward the best business project that promotes use of new Internet and mobile technologies in the business process chain. The main criteria of the evaluation were: business model, use of new technologies for organization and management transformation, quality of design. The prizes were founded by the Satntander Group in the framework of Santander Universidades Program and Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. The results were announced during the reward ceremony conducted by Prof. Wojciech Cellary, in the presence of representatives of the Santander Universidades Program, Bank Zachodni WBK S.A and PUEB autorities: Vice-Dean the Faculty of Informatics and Electronic Economy, prof. Elżbieta Rychłowska-Musiał, and President of PUEB Foundation, prof. Magdalena Florek. The First Prize went to the team Filip Mazurkiewicz and Kyrylo Mordan, for a project MaaRcals.

January 8 - 11, 2018

Prof. Wojciech Cellary participated in The International Conference on Cyber Security - Forging Global Alliances for Cyber Resilience ICCS 2018, which took place in New York, January 8 - 11, 2018. The conference was organized by The Federal Bureau of Investigation New York Office and Fordham University of New York. Prof. Wojciech Cellary participated in a panel discussion entitled "Cyber Security: An International Problem in Need of International Solutions”.

January 5, 2018

Prof. Wojciech Cellary participated in the New Year's meeting with the President of the City of Poznań, Jacek Jaśkowiak, who traditionally invited representatives of culture, science, business, media, politicians and local government officials to the meeting summarizing the past 2017. He also presented the city development plans for 2018. The meeting took place in the Cultural Center CK ZAMEK.

December 19, 2017

Jarogniew Rykowski, PhD, was hosted by the Department of Microelectronics and Information Technology at the Lodz University of Technology. The purpose of the visit was to establish cooperation in order to prepare joint project applications.

December 12 - 14, 2017

Krzysztof Walczak, PhD, Jakub Flotyński, PhD, and Marcin Krzyszkowski, second year student of Computer Science and Econometrics, specializing in Electronic Business, participated in the international conference The 4rd EuroVR Conference 2017, held at the Laval Virtual Center (Laval, France) on December 12 - 14, 2017. Jakub Flotyński and Marcin Krzyszkowski presented a paper entitled "Semantic Composition of 3D Content Behavior for Explorable Virtual Reality Applications" (authors: Flotyński, J., M. Krzyszkowski, K. Walczak,). Krzysztof Walczak chaired the "Poster - Demos - Exhibit Fast-Track" session. In parallel with the conference on December 12, 2017, the annual assembly of the European association EuroVR took place. The university was represented by Krzysztof Walczak, member of the Executive Committee of the EuroVR association.

December 13, 2017

The Department of Information Technology hosted representatives of the Laval Virtual Center (Laval, France): Ismael Boucher, International Liason Officer, with two Laval Virtual Center employees. The visit was a part of the European Virtual Reality Tour initiative organized by the Laval Virtual center and the European EuroVR association. The aim of this initiative is to get to know all European centers and institutes dealing with virtual and augmented reality. Visitors visited the VR / AR InnoUEP laboratory and familiarized themselves with the current research topic of the DIT in the field of virtual reality.

November 29, 2017

Prof. Wojciech Cellary participated in the conference entitled "Responsible Research and Innovation - science for society and the economy" organized by the Adam Mickiewicz University in the framework of the DIALOG program, financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Prof. Cellary participated as a panelist in the session entitled "New technologies and responsible research".

November 24 - 26, 2017

Prof. Wojciech Cellary participated in an international conference The 5th Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017 - Cyber4All: A Safe, Secure and Inclusive Cyberspace for Sustinable Development, which took place in New Delhi (India). The organizer of the conference, which was the The Ministry of Electronics on Information Technology invited prof. Cellarem to serve as co-chairman of the doctoral colloquium held on November 25, 2017. The academic partner of Doctoral Colloquium was The India Institute of Technology from New Delhi. Prof. Cellary gave a lecture entitled "What is the difference between science and non-science, or how to produce a proper doctoral thesis" addressed to doctoral students and researchers.

November 23 - 24, 2017

Jakub Flotyński,PhD, Sergiusz Strykowski, PhD, Jacek Sokołowski, MSc, and a group of 6 students participating in research and presentations at the VR/AR Laboratory: Jakub Dziekoński, Stanisław Kamiński, Marcin Krzyszkowski, Mikołaj Maik, Adrian Nowak and Paweł Sobociński participated in the conference European VR/AR Congress 2017, held at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw. Participants learned about the latest virtual reality technologies and their practical applications.

November 21 - 22, 2017

The Department of Information Technology hosted Zbigniew Paszkiewicz, PhD, a graduate of WIGE and former employee of KTI, currently working in the Belgian branch of PwC (PriceWaterhouse & Coopers) in Brussels. Dr. Zbigniew Paszkiewicz gave in Polish an open lecture entitled "Process Intelligence" for WIGE employees and students of Computer Science and Econometrics, and a lecture under the same title for students of the Internet of Things Applications. In addition, he gave a lecture in English "Process Intelligence" for foreign students studying at UEP in the framework of the Erasmus program.