The Technical University of Kosice (Technická univerzita v Košiciach) (TUKE) with 9 faculties, cca 16.000 is the second greatest university of technology in Slovakia. The university is located in Kosice, the most significant city in eastern Slovakia. On the national level TUKE has contracts of co-operation with more than 20 prominent Slovak companies as well as contracts of co-operation with Kosice Self-Governing Region, Kosice regional authority, etc.

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 TUKE logo HF Faculty of Metallurgy (FM) is one of the oldest faculty of the TUKE. FM maintains permanent co-operation with industry and the most significant partners are the companies as U. S. Steel Košice, Železiarne Podbrezová, OFZ Istebné, Slovalco, a.s., SPP, a.s., Žiarska hutnícka spoločnosť, Rautenbach Slovakia, SMZ Jelšava, Outokumpu Finland, Třinecké železárny, Vítkovice Steel, Alcan Dečín and so on. Faculty has fruitful collaboration with the renowned Universities around the world. In particular mentioned should be contacts and co-operation with the Universities which are, similarly as the Faculty of Metallurgy the cultural heirs and spiritual followers of the Academy of Mining of Banská Štiavnica: University of Miskolc, VŠB Technical University of Ostrava and Montanuniversität in Leoben.


Department of Integrated Management (DIM) was established on 1 September, 2003 and provides research in the field of production quality; innovation engineering; business continuity management, life cycle management, and environmental, metrology, safety and occupation health protection issues. DIM provides education in two study programmes: Integrated management (bachelor and master), and Quality Engineering (PhD)


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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (FEEI) Department of Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI) which is in the close cooperation with the DIM. Principal mission of FEI TUKE is seen in providing education on the basis of creative research especially in such fields as electrical engineering and informatics. Wide spectrum of research and pedagogic activities are maps to three main directions: Informatics and Cybernetics, Electronics and Telecommunications and Electric Power and Heavy-Current Engineering.

Department of Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence is responsible for education in the following bachelor and/or master and/or PhD-study programs: Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and Business Informatics. Students are prepared for creative application of basic as well as advanced intelligent techniques to practical applications in all major application areas.


OI-Net project team:

  1. Kristina Zgodavova
  2. Iveta Zolotova
  3. Marek Kacmar
  4. Maria Madoranova
  5. Matus Horvath
  6. Peter Michalik