8D06103 Information Systems

In the modern world of information technology, there is a fundamentally new qualitative shift that is radically changing the markets and the environment in which we live and work every day. This is primarily due to the penetration of digital technologies both into the daily lives of people and companies that have become "digital". Indeed, after digitizing every bit of data and getting rid of paper media, the global business landscape has turned into a network with close internal connections. According to a study by the international research and consulting company International Data Corporation (IDC), almost half of the companies declared their "aspiration to digital technologies." This means that personnel are needed who are ready to develop digital strategies and architectures that mimic the work of companies that initially built their business around digital technologies. Staff using cloud, Agile and DevOps practices, digital innovation platforms and communities, as well as integrated data management and monetization.

Information ecosystems automate work tasks and create information environments; they force machines to communicate with each other - for example, in the field of mobile payments, healthcare, traffic, security or surveillance, etc. In this educational program, students will learn how to map needs, as well as develop and implement solutions for consumer technologies such as beacons, mobile phones, smart cities and homes. They will study an introduction to machinery technology, digital systems, automation and control, programming, networking, the Internet of Things and sensor networks. To achieve this qualification, knowledge of design processes, sensors, tools and technologies is required. Information systems provide the necessary tools and knowledge, including a detailed introduction to sensors, networks, design and implementation. In addition, the ability to plan, develop and implement projects of information information systems and the Internet of Things.

The purpose(s) of mastering the discipline: Training competent research and teaching staff to meet the needs of science, education and production in the field of modern information systems.


– study of the principles of organization of modern information systems;

– mastering knowledge representation methods and inference methods in modern information systems;

– study of methods and software tools for the development of information systems for various purposes;

– analysis of real problems, application of information systems to solve problems by means of expert systems, decision support systems.

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