Timeline

1962Department of Numerical Mathematics established at the Faculty of Science
1964Division of Computing Machines established at the Department of Numerical Mathematics (the head of the division doc. Jiří Hořejš)
1968Operations at the Division of Computing Machines are followed by the establishment of the Department of Computing Machines. Founding of the research methodical centre for information technologies at the Department of Computing Machines.
1970The merging of the Department of Numerical Mathematics with the Department of Computing Machines creates the Department of Applied Mathematics
1974Classes of Informatics commence at the Faculty of Science
1979University Institute for Computer Science established, doc. Jiří Hořejš becomes its first director
1987Division of Mathematical Informatics established at the Department of Applied Mathematics
1989Department of Mathematical Informatics established
1993Creation of an autonomous section of Informatics at the Faculty of Science;
Committee authorised by rector E. Schmidt sets in motion the establishment of the Faculty of Informatics
1994Establishment of the Faculty of Informatics with its first dean being doc. Jiří Zlatuška
1995Transition of the faculty to a credit system of studies; celebration of the first honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Informatics being awarded to Donald Ervin Knut, a professor at Stanford University; organisation of the international conference Gödel 96, devoted to Kurt Gödel, a prominent logician born in Brno
1996First ball at the Faculty of Informatics. The Faculty is moved to its own site at Botanická 68a Street
1999Reconstruction for the requirements of the faculty at Botanická 68a finished
2003 -2004Reconstruction and completion of the lecture halls
2007Faculty obtains its own insignia (created by Jaromír Gargulák)