Department of Cybernetics
The Department of Cybernetics is aimed at high-quality research in
artificial intelligence, machine perception, robotics, and biomedical
engineering with the focus to multi-agent systems, machine learning, data
mining, pattern recognition, knowledge-based systems, medical data
processing and collaborative robotics. The research is carried out in two
co-operating centres - The Gerstner
Laboratory for Intelligent Decision
Making and Control and The Centre of Machine Perception. The Department
offers a wide range of undergraduate and postrgraduate courses and is
responsible for the Ph.D. branch of study "AI and Biocybernetics" with more
than 50 Ph.D. students enrolled.
Selected research demos
- Let us invite you to the third event of the Prague informatics seminar, the talk A Grammar-Checker for Czech given by doc. RNDr. Karel Oliva, Dr.. The talk shall be held on March 27, 2014, 16:00, in KN:E-107 (former K1).
- February 17, 2014: David Steiner successfully defended his PhD thesis Probabilistic Matching in Search for Unrelated Hematopoietic Stem Cell Donors (supervisor: doc. Lenka Lhotska). Congratulations!
- February 5, 2014: James Pritts, Ondřej Chum and Jiří Matas won the Best presentation award for their paper On the geometry of co-planar repeated patterns at the 2014 Computer Vision Workshop, Křtiny, Czech Republic. Congratulations!
- December 17, 2013: Jakub Kužílek successfully defended his PhD thesis Independent Component Analysis: Applications in ECG signal processing (supervisor: doc. Lenka Lhotská). Congratulations!
- December 16, 2013: Antonin Komenda successfully defended his PhD thesis Domain-Independent Multiagent Plan Repair (supervisor: prof. Michal Pechoucek). Congratulations!
- December 16, 2013: Ondrej Vanek successfully defended his PhD thesis Computational Methods for Transportation Security (supervisor: prof. Vladimir Marik). Congratulations!
- December 9, 2013: Jiri Spilka successfully defended his PhD thesis Complex Approach to Fetal Heart Rate Analysis: A Hierarchical Classification Model, (supervisor: doc. Lenka Lhotska). Congratulations!
- December 3, 2013: Lukas Cerman successfully defended his PhD thesis Tracking with Context, (supervisor: prof. Vaclav Hlavac). Congratulations!
- November 29, 2013: James Pritts won the Best Paper Award for the paper Approximate models for fast and accurate epipolar geometry estimation at the 2013 Conference on Image and Vision Computing, New Zealand. Congratulations!!!