The Brno Red Hat engineering site collaborates with several universities not only in the Czech Republic and Slovakia but also in Europe. Our long-term partner universities are Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics and Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Information Technology, but we also cooperate with several other universities, including Czech Technical University in Prague or Graz University of Technology, Austria.
Our engineers lead bachelor and master theses, we cooperate with university laboratories and researchers on projects and grants or sponsor Ph.D. students. We also deliver guest lectures, workshops or even whole courses at universities.
We also support high-school students and teachers, and also organize events for primary schools (for example, on teaching computer science to children).
In February 2020, four colleagues from Red Hat Brno decided to organize a full-semester course called Development of Intuitive User Interfaces at Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University. How did they cope with the coronavirus crisis?
On the weekend 24th - 26th January, the 12th round of the annual, free, Red Hat sponsored community conference DevConf CZ took place right after the first-ever Research Day Europe in Brno at the beautiful campus of the Brno University of Technology Faculty of...
On February 6th, the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk University opened its doors to the public. Open Days is a great opportunity for potential applicants for studies at the faculty.
On Friday 28, the 5th round of Kids Coding Academy hosted 20 children from primary school Lipůvka.
On January, 23, the day before Devconf.cz, the Research team organized its own academic conference, inviting a score of speakers from our university circles.
Czech Technical University in Prague
Graz University of Technology
University of Žilina
Title Summary Research Area Universities research_area_hfilter Accelerating Microarchitectural Security Research We are working on processes and tooling to lower the barrier to entry into the field and accelerate attack research and mitigation across academia and industry. Security, Privacy, Cryptography Graz University of Technology security-privacy-cryptography Authentication in public open-source repositories This project focuses on user authentication in public repositories containing open-source projects, which are then used by commercial companies (e.g. Red Hat) as a source for their internally maintained repositories. Security, Privacy, Cryptography Masaryk University security-privacy-cryptography LART – LLVM Abstraction and Refinement Tool The goal of this tool is to provide LLVM-to-LLVM transformations that implement various program abstractions. Testing and Ops Masaryk University testing-and-ops Adaptive Learning of Programming The mission of Adaptive Learning of Programming is to make learning more efficient and engaging by personalizing educational systems using artificial intelligence techniques. AI-ML Masaryk University ai-ml Innovation Scorecard: Controlling framework for innovation projects in IT Innovation Scorecard is a conceptual performance measurement and management control framework specifically designed for work activities that relate to innovation. Its origin lies in the outcomes of a primary research project that was supported by the Czech Scientific Foundation during 2013-2015. This project’s objective was to ascertain whether organizations in … Brno University of Technology Perun: Lightweight Performance Version System Perun is an open source light-weight Performance Version System, which works as a wrapper over existing Version Control Systems and in parallel manages performance profiles corresponding to different versions of projects. Moreover, it offers a tool suite suitable for automation of the performance regression test runs, postprocessing of existing profiles … Brno University of Technology DiffKemp: Automatic analysis of semantic differences in kernel options The project aims at creating a tool for automatic analysis of differences in the code between versions of the Linux kernel. The goal is to determine whether the semantics (the effect) of some kernel option, function, or parameter, changed between two kernel versions Brno University of Technology Symbiotic Symbiotic is an open-source framework for program analysis integrating instrumentation, static program slicing and various program analysis tools. Testing and Ops Masaryk University testing-and-ops Vega Project The Vega Project team at Red Hat came up with an idea to harness the power of Kubernetes to provide the next-generation open-source tool for high-performance computing. The project is way past the design phase, and the team is already working on the proof-of-concept implementation using Red Hat OpenShift Container … Masaryk University Quality Assurance System for Internet of Things Technology The main goal is to design, implement and verify a framework for quality assurance of products based on the Internet of Things concept. The aim of the framework is to help individual IoT projects to establish an efficient testing and verification strategy of the infrastructure. The proposed framework is based … Testing and Ops Czech Technical University testing-and-ops AUFOVER – The Automation of Formal Verification The goal of the Automation of Formal Verification (AUFOVER) project is to develop automated formal verification tools and integrate them for industrial use. The tools to be developed or improved within the projects are Verification Server, Verification Server Client Application, csmock plug-ins, DIVINE, Symbiotic and Testos. The purpose of the … Testing and Ops Brno University of Technology, Masaryk University testing-and-ops Usable Security for Developers This project focuses on the cryptographic APIs with respect to their developer usability. Such APIs are notoriously complex and prone to usage errors – our goal is to analyze their (in)correct usage and propose precautions and guidelines to achieve better usability and security. Security, Privacy, Cryptography Masaryk University security-privacy-cryptography Avocado Project The goal of the Avocado project, as a generic test automation framework, is to provide a solid foundation for software projects to build their testing needs on. With Avocado, common testing problems are solved at the framework level, and developers can spend more of their time writing tests that, by … Testing and Ops Czech Technical University, Karlstad University testing-and-ops