Alan Mathison Turing (London, June 23, 1912 - Cheshire, June 7, 1954) was a prominent English mathematician, logician and cryptographer who is considered to be the father of modern computing. A. M. Turing developed the concept of algorithms, which are still used today in the world, and computing using the Turing machine, formulating today’s widely accepted Turing’s version of the Church-Turing thesis, according to which every practical computer model has features that are either equivalent to the ability of the Turing Machine, or are a subset the possibilities of the Turing machine.

The IT section strives to expand the knowledge of students in the field of computer hardware, software, the Internet, information and communication technologies, programming, and various IT services with special emphasis on Internet security. The work of the section is based on both theoretical lectures and practical experiments by solving specific practical tasks from the abovementioned areas. The membership in the section and solving practical problems encourages the creativity and originality of students, as well as the development of team spirit.

  1. AHPELECTRI - work as a product of seminar papers of the students of IT at PhD studies.
  2. Program writing in Python - work as a product of  seminar papers of the students of IT at PhD studies.
  3. Implementation of forensic tool I3A in Python – a scientific paper of the students of IT at PhD studies submitted for the CIPUC Conference in China.