Ing. James Pritts successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Methods for the Rectification of Imaged Coplanar Repeated Patterns Supervisor: doc. Mgr. Ondřej Chum, Ph.D. Co-Supervisor: RNDr. Zuzana Kúkelová, Ph.D. Congratulations!
Dean´s Award for the Dissertation thesis was given to Ing. Robert Pěnička, Ph.D. (supervisor Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat., Co-supervisor prof. Ing. Jan Faigl, Ph.D.) Theme: Data Collection Planning For Aerial Vehicles Congratulations!
Jan Čech from the Department of Cybernetics, Visual Recogntion Group, is the faculty advisor of student Driverless formula. The very first version of the formula has been publicly released on Friday, Sep 4. The event included a presentation of Jan which showed interesting videos demonstrating some aspects of his research on autonomous driving. Jan, wearing …read more
Ing. Jiří Anýž successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Analysis of Biochemical Data Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Olga Štěpánková, CSc. Congratulations!
O experimentech záchranářských robotů a dronů v Moravském krasu informovala také regionální redakce Českého rozhlasu Brno dne 25. 7. 2020. Reportáž si můžete poslechnout zde
RNDr. Jan Stria successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Visual Perception of Garments for their Robotic Manipulation Supervisor: prof. Ing. Václav Hlaváč, CSc, Co-Supervisor: doc. RNDr. Daniel Průša, Ph.D Congratulations!
Ing. Robert Pěnicka successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Data Collection Planning For Aerial Vehicles Supervisor: Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat., Co-Supervisor: prof. Ing. Jan Faigl, Ph.D. Congratulations!
Javier Alejandro Aldana Iuit successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Relevant Shot Detection with Local Features for Video Re-ranking Supervisor: Prof. Jiří Matas, Ph.D. Supervisor-Specialist: Doc. Mgr. Ondřej Chum, Ph.D. Congratulations!
The group of Humanoid and Cognitive Robotics coordinated by Dr Matej Hoffmann opens a PostDoc position in the humanoid, cognitive, neuro-, and collaborative robotics research. The topics are in the context of the newly starting 5-year project entitled “Whole-body awareness for safe and natural interaction: from brains to collaborative robots” for excellence in fundamental research …read more
Filip Radenović, graduate of doctoral study branch Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics, received Antonín Svoboda´s Award for the Best Ph.D. Thesis. Theme: Visual Retrieval with Compact Image, Supervisor Assoc. Prof. Jiří Chum, Ph.D. The award is given by Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics (ČSKI), whose mission includes development of cybernetics and informatics in the Czech …read more