Department of Computer Graphics and MultimediaThe Department of Computer Graphics and Multimedia is responsible for teaching courses in the MSc specialisation called Computer Graphics and Multimedia that covers computer graphics and multimedia, speech processing, human-machine interfaces, image and sound processing and compression, application interfaces for computer graphics and multimedia, and basics of applied computer graphics disciplines, such as computer-aided design, geographic information systems, etc. The Department of Computer Graphics and Multimedia is also responsible for teaching Signals and Systems, Computer Graphics Basics and Human-Machine Interface Design courses in Information Technology Bc programme.
Research activities of the department are mainly focused on general computer graphics algorithms, rendering, processing and recognition of speech signals, animation in three-dimensional space, modern methods of interaction in three-dimensional space, image processing, and applications. The main research topics from the above activities are:
The majority of courses consists of lectures supplemented with projects and laboratory lessons. The knowledge that students gain during the lectures is further developed in the laboratory lessons by the practical experience and then practiced in the individually assigned projects and/or team projects. Most of the laboratory lesson assignments and projects are platform-independent.
The Department of Computer Graphics and Multimedia also organize workshops of students' projects focusing on computer vision, sound and image processing, computer graphics and human-computer interfaces. The goal of the workshop is to present the results of both student and team projects, to meet and discuss the issue and making contacts for cooperation.
The list of actual and passed seminars organized by the Department of Computer Graphics and Multimedia is here.