The cycle of lectures by experts from the field of practice LS 2019/2020 has been cancelled



Series of lectures



The Department of Information Technologies will once again organize a separate series of professional lectures on current topics in the field of Information and Communication Technologies in the 2019/2020 academic year. Of the expected eight lectures offered, two will be in English (for students of English majors and other interested parties). The cycle of lectures will take place in LS (period February to April).

In accordance with the current regulations on the cancellation of contact teaching, the Cycle of lectures by ICT experts is canceled for the summer semester.
In the subjects covered by the Cycle of Lectures, we assume that credit conditions will be adapted to the current situation.


The aim is primarily to enrich and supplement standard teaching, support the competitiveness of graduates on market work and further deepening of departmental cooperation with practice.

In addition to the lecture's own thematic content, participating companies can also offer students cooperation in the form of professional internships, BP or DP topics, participation in projects, etc.

The chosen target group in LS are students of the field of Informatics, as well as students of the economics and management fields of Business and Administration and Operations and Economics, 2nd years of bachelor's and 1st years of subsequent master's studies. The lectures concern the subjects Operating systems and computer networks, Operating systems and computer networks, IS security, IS/IT security, Electronic business and business, E-business and commerce, ICT for managers, IT for e-business, IT for e‑business and Strategy of IS.

Students are required to graduate at least one a professional lecture (or two, if specified in the subject) of your own choice from the given cycle (credit condition). Of course, a student can also register for more lectures. Login takes place through the forms on the wp website (see below). The cycle of lectures runs from February 26, 2020 as standard on Wednesdays from 15:45 in the DII classroom, in selected cases an auditorium is provided for the expected high interest EIII with the lecture beginning at 4:30 p.m (so 45 minutes later). The cycle runs until the end of April 2020.

Registration of students for lectures is ongoing from February 14, 2020 via the department's website:


Date Topic of the lecture Lecturer Company, position Room  

26. 2. 2020

IQRF mesh networks - implementation and management

Ivona Spurná

IQRF Alliance, s.r.o

DII (15:45 – 17:15)


Different transmission technologies can be used in IoT projects, each of which brings its own advantages. IQRF wireless mesh networks are advantageous to use in projects where it is necessary to communicate with devices in a synchronous manner.

Mesh networks are useful in situations where we need, for example, to collect measured values from sensors, lights or to control devices collectively or individually. In the workshop, we will create several physically interlocking IQRF networks on different RF channels using the AutoNetwork feature and try out some network management service tools.

4. 3. 2020

SAP@Škoda Auto

Vojtěch Mikát

Škoda Auto, a.s

EIII (16:30 - 18:00)


SAP products play an important role in the IT world on a global scale. Škoda has been integrating these products since 1992 and currently covers most of the company's business processes.
Today, Škoda is at the forefront of implementing the latest SAP products in the Czech Republic, as evidenced by the creation of the SAP Competency Center, which provides SAP services within the Volkswagen Group. The aim of the lecture is to acquaint students with the topic of SAP and its integration in ŠA and serves as an entry point into the course Introduction to SAP.

11. 3. 2020

Agile at Vodafone

Martin Jech,
Tomáš Hanka

Vodafone, a.s

DII (15:45 – 17:15)


At the lecture, you will learn What is Agile - What are the principles of Agile - Who is a Scrum Master, what is a Squad and a Sprint - What are the differences from Waterfall - Using Agile in Vodafone.

18. 3. 2020

 Risks of project management not only in the field of IT

Jiří Franc

UniCredit Service SC Mr. A.

DII (15:45 – 17:15)


The aim of this part of the lecture is to draw attention to risks that occur with high regularity both in the project preparation stage and in other project stages. What should the project manager pay attention to in order not only to succeed in the role, but also not to lose face and gain respect. With regard to the lecturer's focus, the role of ICT in the provision of financial loans will be additionally mentioned.

25. 3. 2020

How is IT Security audited?

Markéta Hruboňová,
Lucie Kadochová

Generali Česká pojišťovna, as

DII (15:45 – 17:15)


Separately, everyone can imagine something under the terms "IT Security" and "Audit". But what does it look like if we want to combine these seemingly disparate concepts and what does the practical side look like?
As part of the lecture, we will quickly go through the theory (and try not to put you to sleep) and look at practical examples of how such IT Security auditing can look like in a large company.

1. 4. 2020

Agile@Škoda Auto

Lucie Boehm

Škoda Auto, a.s

DII (15:45 – 17:15)


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8. 4. 2020

A database for an agile development environment

Rastislav Janči

Oracle Czech s.r.o

EIII (16:30 - 18:30)


The Oracle database has been on the market since 1979. It has always been the leader in relational databases and forms the basis of a large number of key information systems, mainly of state administrations, financial institutions or telecommunications companies. Among other things, behind its high performance and scalability is the continuously improved query optimizer, thanks to which this database is successfully used both in the field of transaction systems, data warehouses and in the processing of extremely extensive data sets.

Oracle database in an agile development environment:
• Agile infrastructure and containerization;
• How to effectively manage data in a container environment;
• Challenges for data cloning technologies.

15. 4. 2020

Shared Services Center in Wienerberger s.r.o

Hana Drsová

Wienerberger s.r.o

EIII (16:30 - 18:00)


Did you know what a termshared services center" stands for? Join our lecture to learn why companies establish shared services centers, what it means, what benefits and risks come along. As an example we will introduce the Shared services center model at Wienerberger Group with focus on Czechia and Slovakia. We will share our experience using the SAP system and key user concept.