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
- March 16, 2015: Matej Holec successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Set-level Gene Expression Data Analysis with Machine Learning (supervisor: doc. Filip Zelezny). Congratulations!
- Let us invite you to a talk of Tomáš Kazmar entitled Label Propagation for Drosophila Embryo Annotation. The talk will introduce a system to automatically classify Drosophila embryos into developmental stages. Despite the biological motivation, the ideas behind the system might be of interest to a broader computer vision community. The seminar is held on March 24, 2015, 11:00 at G205.
- Let us invite you to the defence of Vladimir Smutny's PhD thesis entitled Light Propagation in Transport Polyhedra (supervisor: dr. Tomas Pajdla), March 26, 2015, 2:00 p.m., KN:G-205.
- Let us invite you (students and researchers) to a Science Communication workshop organized by British Council and the Department of Languages, FEE CTU. The workshop will help make you and your science more exciting and accessible to a wider public. The workshop will aim at three fundamental aspects of presenting: voice, movement, and language. The workshop will be held in 2 sessions, on Thursdays, March 19 and 26, 17:00-18:30, room Z2:B1-353. Registration required!
- Let us invite you to the twelfth meeting of the Prague computer science seminar with the talk of prof. Václav Matyáš entitled Secrecy amplification in partially compromised networks. The event takes place on March 26, 2015, 16 p.m., at FEE CTU, Charles square, building E, room KN:E-107.
- February 25, 2015: Branislav Bošanský successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Iterative Algorithms for Solving Finite Sequential Zero-Sum Games (supervisor: Assoc. prof. Lenka Lhotská). Congratulations!
- February 25, 2015: Viliam Lisý successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Monte Carlo Tree Search in Imperfect-Information Games (supervisor: Prof. Michal Pěchouček). Congratulations!
- 10. února 2015: Náš kolega, dr. Tomáš Pajdla, vedoucí výzkumného oddělení Geometrie vidění a robotiky, byl hostem poředu Kontakt Dvojky Českého rozhlasu. Diskutoval o počítačovém vidění a robotice v praxi. Velmi děkujeme za reprezentaci katedry!