Informatics Europe is the association of computer science departments and research laboratories in Europe and neighbouring areas. The mission of the association is to foster the development of quality research and teaching in information and computer sciences.
Institute of Computer Mathematics and Information Technologies is presented Kazan University at Informatics Europe. Today there are more than 70 members form 22 countries, including such famous informatics centers as Oxford university, Polytechnic University of Zurich, Ecole Polytechnique (France), Google, Intel, Microsoft Research.
Main activities and services of the association include organising the annual European Computer Science Summit and the Best Practices in Education Award; offering a service of research quality assessment in the Department Evaluation initiative; organizing and publishing an extensive archive of European Research & Education institutions; offering a specialized forum for the advertisement of job opportunities in the field through the Informatics Jobs service.
The idea of the creation of Informatics Europe in 2006 belongs to Bertrand Meyer (ETH Zurich) and Willy Zwaenepoel (EPFL Lausanne). Headquarters of the organization is in Zurich, Switzerland.