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Matej Hrušovský has been with Red Hat for more than eight years, six of which have been spent managing the university program in EMEA. Aside from attracting new talent mainly from universities and schools, the core of Matej’s job is to find and put the right people (from Red Hat and academia) in the same room together.
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Much of the focus of IT industry diversity efforts has been at the university level and beyond. At Red Hat Czech, however, a systematic focus on mentoring in high school and even grade school is paying real dividends in gender diversity in our hiring. Like others, Red Hat initially focused its academic diversity efforts on […]
Research mentorships are the basic building block of productive industry-university relationships. We asked four mentors from around the globe to tell us about the challenges, rewards, and strategies of serving as a mentor. Linking a student’s research goals with the experience of a Red Hat software engineer is at the crux of the Red Hat […]
Red Hat Research’s Brno Research Interest Group (RIG) and the established Red Hat Research Centre at Newcastle University have agreed to join forces and form the Europe RIG.
Red Hat Research University Program Manager Matej Hrušovský interviewed Barbora Buhnová, Associate Professor and Vice Dean for industrial partners at Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics in Brno, Czech Republic. She is also the chair of the Association of Industrial Partners of Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics, and is a co-founding and governing board member of […]
Support from Red Hat Research for PhD students in France and Austria has borne its first fruits. Supported PhD students in both countries have published significant papers that have been accepted at renowned conferences: REBLS 2021 (focused on reactive and event-based languages and systems) and the Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium 2022. “Analysing […]
Collaboration between industry and academia has become a popular talking point in tech, but that wasn’t always the case. When Red Hat Czech took the first steps towards supporting PhD students directly, this type of funding and mentorship was not common. The initiative began in 2015, in cooperation with the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk […]
Red Hatters have been teaching at universities for almost fifteen years. Now, all that amassed expertise will be available on the Red Hat Research website to be used more widely. The relationship between Red Hatters and these universities has a long history. This is especially true in Brno, where a substantial portion of today’s senior […]
RHRQ asked Brno research manager Matej Hrušovský and Red Hat quality assurance engineer Pavel Tišnovský to talk with long-time collaborator Tomáš Černý, a native of the Czech Republic now teaching at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Prof. Černý was in Brno recently as part of his highly successful student research initiative, which brings Baylor students […]