Marek Galinski

FIIT STU , university teacher
Marek Galinski was born in Bratislava and works as an university teacher at FIIT STU. He obtained a PhD in applied informatics in 2020. In his research activities at the Institute of Computer Systems and Applied Informatics FIIT STU, he focuses mainly on communication architectures and computer networks from the point of view of their optimization or security.

In teaching he deals with subjects such as e.g. Computer and Communication Networks, Mobile Technologies and Applications or Web Publishing. As a student, he founded the company Regex s.r.o., which since its establishment in 2014 has been dedicated to the development of custom software solutions. He is a fan of open technologies and open software, and he tries to develop the community of these people with the help of the annual Bratislava OpenCamp conference, which he co-founded. Since 2019, he has been part of the research team of 3 STU faculties (FME, FIIT, FCE) working on an autonomous vehicle project.

 
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  • Ignite session: Autonomous vehicle STU - from assembly plant to research centre   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2020

    Slovakia has been a leading player in the automotive industry since its inception, but unfortunately still only in the form of increasing assembly plants of foreign producers. R&D centers are growing very slowly and they are still rather an exception. This year, however, the Slovak University of Technology, in cooperation with industrial partners, presented a prototype of the autonomous vehicle, which is far from competing with Tesla or other major players, but that is not its goal. With this project, STU has shown that when experts and researchers from three faculties come together and receive at least a little support from the industry, they can move from an idea to a functional prototype. All researchers from the avSTUBA project are also teachers who perceive their work as a calling. Slovakia thus has the opportunity to become a leader in the wider region in the field of education of future experts in the field of smart transportation.

    The project is primarily a project of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of STU, in which the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies of STU and the Faculty of Civil Engineering of STU actively participate. The industrial partners are Siemens, Xenomatix, Kyburz Switzerland and SlovakiaRing.

     
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