The faculty was established in 1995 in order to cover fields combining technical disciplines (electronics, control, measuring) with informatics and natural sciences (mathematical modelling), but now the faculty also provides high-tech nanotechnology fields (Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies).
At present we provide education at all university levels - from Bachelor’s to Doctorate - and the faculty has accreditation rights to perform habilitation procedures and procedures for the appointment of professors in the fields of Engineering Cybernetics and Applied Sciences in Engineering. In addition to teaching, the faculty is heavily involved in science and research.
The cornerstone of its internal structure are its institutes, which provide the scientific, research and educational activities. Currently, the faculty has approximately 150 employees and around 500-600 students study its fields.