Faculty of Informatics

The Faculty was founded in 1977. However, the first Informatics graduates were awarded diplomas in 1960. In 2013 the Informatics faculty celebrated the 35th anniversary.
The Faculty of Informatics is one of nine faculties at Kaunas University of Technology, which carries out research in informatics and plays a central role in our modern information society. There are 5 academic departments and 2 research centres. 

Academic and research staff of 85 employees includes 14 professors and 35 associate professors. In 2013 the scientists of the faculty published 90 research papers, 7 of them are printed in the international journals with Citation Index refered in Thomson Reuters database.

There are 12 computer classes and 6 modern laboratories with 300 computers. Approximately 1200 students are presently enrolled in the Faculty. In 2009, the Informatics Graduation Ceremony was held for the 50th. More than 8 thousand IT specialists finished studies during this period.

The faculty closely works with Lithuanian and international companies: “AdForm”, FESTO, ”DevBridge”, CSC, “Telesoftas”, ATEA, NFQ and others. Provision of theoretical knowledge and practical skills to the students is a key issue of the faculty.


Department of Applied Informatics
Main research area: development simulation and Markov models using formal methods and their applications for investigation human physiology; Computational modeling and simulation of physical, biomedical and engineering systems; Computer network technology implementation.


Department of Computer Science
Main research area: Information technologies design and development and Information and information technology security.


Department of Information Systems
Main research area: Methods and Methodologies for Representing and Analyzing Ontologies; Conceptual Models and Business Rules in Information Systems Development; Modeling and Integration of Business Semantics and Business Processes in Information Systems Development; The Knowledge-Based Information System Engineering.


Department of Multimedia Engineering
Main research area: Multimedia and e-learning systems; Multimedia content design and processing; Computer vision and image processing; Artificial Intelligence Methods in Multimedia Environment 


Department of Software Engineering
Main research area: Digital circuits testing methods and analysis; Intelligent and multimodal human-computer interfaces; The software system testing methods and analysis; Virtual learning technologies, methods and analysis; Systems and components of variance analysis, feature modelling, product line engineering and design automation methods.



Centre of Real Time Computer Systems
Main research area: Smart Environments and Smart Homes; Internet of Things and Internet of Services, Future Internet; Research and Development of Real-Time Systems; Development of Tools and Methodologies for the Real-Time Systems; Research and Development of Multi-Agent Systems; IPTV and Digital Television; Research and Development of Embedded Systems; IT Security; Artificial Intelligence.


Technology Centre of Information Systems Design
Main research area: Methods and Methodologies for Representing and Analyzing Ontologies; Conceptual Models and Business Rules in Information Systems Development; Modeling and Integration of Business Semantics and Business Processes in Information Systems Development; The Knowledge-Based Information System Engineering.

The Faculty of Informatics was founded in 1977. However, the first Informatics graduates were awarded diplomas in 1960. In 2013 the Informatics faculty celebrated the 35th anniversary.
The following Deans worked at this Faculty:
  • Professor Eduardas Bareiša, Faculty's Dean 2011 - Present
  • Professor Aleksandras Targamadzė, Faculty's Dean 2001–2011
  • Docent Bronislovas Kilda, Faculty's Dean 1992–2001
  • Docent Jonas Matickas, Faculty's Dean 1983–1992
  • Doctor Antanas Barauskas, Faculty's Dean 1977–1983