Digital evolution: the past, present and future of IT education

Digital evolution: the past, present and future of IT education

You are cordially invited to participate in a debate on the development of computer science education. The debate will be held on February 29, 2024, at the AGH Department of Computer Science (with online broadcast).

We especially invite you to Panel 1, in which our scientists will speak.


Artificial intelligence is no longer just science fiction. It is entering our lives more and more rapidly, including in IT education. In the era of the growing role of artificial intelligence, how can we effectively verify the knowledge and skills of students and learners? How is artificial intelligence changing the landscape of IT education? We consider how teachers, students and educational systems can adapt to new challenges such as academic integrity and effective teaching in a world where AI can do the work for students. Is artificial intelligence a threat to humans or an opportunity for development? These questions will be answered by students and… analog, albeit highly computerized, teachers.


  • dr inż. Marek Bolanowski – Rzeszów University of Technology, Member of ZG PTI
  • mgr inż. Dominika Ciupek – PhD student in Sano Centre
  • mgr inz Szymon Mazurek – Winner of XL KPM PTI, employee of Sano Centre and ACK Cyfronet AGH
  • dr inż. Katarzyna Rycerz – AGH Department of Computer Science
  • mgr inż. Justyna Zawalska – ACK Cyfronet AGH, PhD student at the Department of Computer Science, AGH
  • prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Zieliński – AGH Department of Computer Science


  • dr inż. Marian Bubak – Director of scientific affairs of the Sano Centre, Vice president of scientific affairs of PTI

Framework programme of the debate

  • 09:30 – 10:00 Registration of Participants
  • 10:00 – 10:15 Welcome to the Participants and Invited Guests
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Graduation Ceremony of the Master Thesis Competition
  • 10:30 – 11:20 Panel 1 AI vs. education: a new era of knowledge verification
  • 11:20 – 11:50 Coffee break
  • 11:50 – 12:35 Panel 2 Teaching computer science of tomorrow: is it evolution or revolution in curricula?
  • 12:40 – 13:25 Panel 3 Computer Science Olympiads: “death games” or an opportunity for development?
  • 13:25 – 13:30 Closing

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