Faculty members of the Department of Informatics work in the areas of Informatics, Automation of Areas from Non-material Sphere, Methodology of Teaching Informatics, Algebra and Number Theory, Differential Equations, Applied Geometry and Engineer Graphics, Operational Research, Cognitive Linguistics, Systems for Automatic Constructional Engineering and Automation of Engineer Labour, Automatics, Computing Machinery and Management Systems, Computer Systems, Complex Networks, Automation of Engineer Labour for automatic constructional engineering systems.
The department holds a regular scientific seminar as well as an international annual conference.
The department is engaged in a contracted, collaborative activity with universities in Germany, Finland, France, Belgium, and the USA, among other countries.
The Department of Informatics offers training in accredited professional ares in Informatics and Computer Sciences, and Bachelor Programmes in Informatics, Network Technologies (in English), Multimedia and Computer Graphics and Information Technologies; Master Programmes in Internet Software Technologies, Multimedia and Computer Animation, Project Management in Information Technologies, In-built Computers (in English), Applied Statistics; and a Doctoral Programme in Theoretical Informatics.
Course-paper works of students from BP Multimedia and Computer Graphics as well as those from MP Multimedia and Computer Animation are exhibited in the virtual gallery 3D.
Assoc. Prof. Petya Asenova, PhD
Building 2, Room 611
tel.: 02/8110 611
Building 2, Room 611, tel.: 02/8110 611