Introducing GACR Junior Stars 2023 projects

Introducing GACR Junior Stars 2023 projects
This article introduces some of the successful Czech scientists who are currently investigating their GACR JUNIOR STAR projects.

Radim Špetlík and his teammates won the Chaos Neurathon 2023

Radim Špetlík and his teammates won the Chaos Neurathon 2023
Ph.D. students Radim Špetlík from the Department of Cybernetics and Michal Kučera from the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction and Open Computer Science student David Kunz won the Chaos Neurathon 2023, their team named “All You Need Is All You Need”. This competition, the first of its kind, focused on using artificial intelligence in …read more

46th Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision Colloquium

46th Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision Colloquium
On December 7th the Department of Cybernetics hosted the 46th Colloquium in Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision. It is a biannual event with a rich tradition dating back to 1998. This esteemed gathering is jointly organized by the Visual Recognition Group and enjoys the generous support of the Czech Pattern Recognition Society (CPRS). The technical program is curated …read more

Succes in the Czech Science Foundation GAČR competition for three projects from our department

Succes in the Czech Science Foundation GAČR competition for three projects from our department
The Czech Science Foundation (GACR), the largest Czech grant funding provider for basic research, will fund 357 scientific projects being launched next year in the Standard Projects and POSTDOC INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIP grant schemes. These projects will receive CZK 2,75 billion over the next 3 years. The projects receiving funding cover a wide range of basic …read more

Lukáš Neumann awarded the prestigious GA ČR JUNIOR STAR grant

Lukáš Neumann awarded the prestigious GA ČR JUNIOR STAR grant
The Czech Science Foundation (GA ČR)  announced the results of the JUNIOR STAR 2024 projects. The highly selective tender is aimed at excellent early-career scientists coming to the Czech Republic from abroad or with significant international experience. With an exceptional funding amount of CZK 25 million for 5 years, the scientists will be able to …read more

Zuzana Kúkelová was awarded NEURON 2023 prize for promising scientists

Zuzana Kúkelová was awarded NEURON 2023 prize for promising scientists
Congratulations to Zuzana Kúkelová for her achievement! She is the laureate of the Neuron 2023 prize for promising scientists in the field of computer science. The prizes are awarded to Czech scientists for their scientific results and should be perceived as encouraging to their further work. An independent local Scientific Council selects the laureates in …read more

Interview with professor Matas about AI in podcast Peak.cz

Interview with professor Matas about AI in podcast Peak.cz
The interview was recorded only in Czech. Professor Jiří Matas talks about the development of AI in the Peak.cz podcast. “Any artificial intelligence that generates something has to know that it generated it, and it has to be able to answer to me: yes, I generated it,” she says of the AI ​​phenomenon. Artificial intelligence …read more

Lukáš Neumann’s interview on Czech Radio about the AI

Lukáš Neumann's interview on Czech Radio about the AI
The interview is available only in Czech

Prof. Matas is the highest ranked computer scientist from the Czech Republic

Prof. Matas is the highest ranked computer scientist from the Czech Republic
According to Research.com’s international ranking, which evaluates the success of computer scientists based on their H-index, citations, and the number of papers collected by 21 December 2022, the top-ranked Czech computer scientist is prof. Jiří Matas. The success of CTU is underlined by the fact that it has three representatives among the first four Czech scientists …read more

Prof. Jiří Matas is the co-author of the best paper at the BMVC 2022 conference

Prof. Jiří Matas is the co-author of the best paper at the BMVC 2022 conference
The team of authors, including prof. Jiří Matas received an award for the Best Paper at the 33rd British Machine Vision Conference this week. The Best Paper Prize was awarded for the Trans2k: Unlocking the Power of Deep Models for Transparent Object Tracking to Alan Lukezic (University of Ljubljana), Žiga Trojer (University of Ljubljana), Jiří …read more
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