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The Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk University was established in 1994 as a very first university faculty in Central and Eastern Europe specialized entirely on informatics in a broad sense. The faculty is part of a non-engineering university. From a modest beginning of twenty academic staff and less than four hundred students, the faculty has grown rapidly. Today, with more than 2,400 students, it offers a wide range of study programs at Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degree. The three years bachelor program “Parallel and Distributed Computing” has been established in 2007 with the intention to provide students with a systematic curriculum in the topic. The goals of this program are: Get students acquainted with modern parallel and distributed architectures and technologies; Equip students with expertise in advanced methods, tools and techniques for development of parallel software; Enable students to efficiently exploit modern parallel computing systems in scientific and commercial application areas.

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