Information Technologies


Lecture slides (PDF)

Topics for final test (Dec., 2020)

  • What are Information Technologies
  • IT areas and contexts
  • Fundamentals of patent law and strategy
    • Intellectual property types
    • Sections of the patent document, what claim is?
    • Patenting: why, what, how, who, …
  • Elements of information theory
    • What is information, how to measure it
    • Bits and information representation
    • Numeral systems (base - 2, 10, 16)
    • Numbers representation in various systems (fixed point, floating point, U1, U2)
  • Computer hardware
    • Moore's Law
    • IoT, IPv4 vs IPv6
    • features of 5G Networks
    • Turing machine
    • Computer architectures: Von Neumann vs Harvard
    • CISC vs RISC
  • Software
    • Computing
    • Cloud Computing
    • Data Structures
    • Databases
    • Programming languages
    • Software development

Examples of past works

Rapid prototyping 2013


Kanban Workshop 2014

Design thinking workshop 2015








  • Kasper Biegun “Binary system”
  • Jakub Jasiolek “Front-end development in JavaScript”
  • Aishwarya Manchanda “Khan Academy and its successes”
  • Filip Izworski “Internet safety”
  • Natalia Cieplińska “Electronics in the kitchen”
  • Ewelina Kiełbasa ”Cyperbullying
  • Paweł Woźny “Bitcoin”
  • Andrzej Putyra “Video Game Streaming”


Michal Dybowicz ” Smartwatches - what are they? Are they necessary or useless element of development of technology? What is their meaning in telecommunication?”

Anna Grabska ”Social media marketing

Dominika Więcek ”Blue Brain

Wiktoria Rewer ”Glasses and contact lenses connected to the internet

Justyna Kościółek ”NFC Technology

Maria Tokarz ”Gi-Fi, or gigabit wireless

Marcin Kordas ”Future Transportation Concepts

Piotr Żyła ”Apple Inc. - how they started and influenced the world of electronics

Krystian Retkowski ”Security in the Internet

Maciej Łapa ”E-sport

Adrian Kocemba ”Artificial intelligence and neural networks

Piotr Gonera “Evolution of gaming”

Michał Baranek “Technologies of the Future”

Bartek Wilk “music and rhythm in games”

Aleksandra Kaczmarczyk ”Quantum computers

Aleksandra Steg “Wolfram Alpha”



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