Vojtěch Spurný successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis Complex System for Fast and Reliable Deployment of Cooperating Autonomous Aerial Vehicles. Supervisor: Doc. Ing. Martin Saska, Dr.rer.nat. Congratulatios!
The Christmas video “Happy Holidays from the Robot Nativity” was very popular in the last days of this year. – on YouTube – almost 17 500 views, 735 likes, 28 comments – on Facebook – more than 16,200 views, reach among 46,000 people, 1,100 positive reactions only (thumbs up, hearts, etc.), 192 shares, 65 comments …read more
An empty lecture hall bathed in blue evening light. Silence reigns, only on the blackboard we see a complex pattern over which is written “Merry Christmas”. Then a Scarab wrapped in Christmas lights walks across one of the tables, soon a robot emerges from behind the door, shrouded in darkness, and the slow strains of …read more
The Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU Prof. Mgr. Petr Páta, Ph.D. awarded the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation thesis to Dr. Tomáš Báča on December 8th. The topic of the dissertation is Cooperative Sensing by a Group of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. The supervisor was doc. Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat. …read more
Flying robots will celebrate Čapek’s legacy and Czech innovation at the Dubai EXPO. More in Aktualita FEL CTU and in the Press Release of FEL CTU. Links are only in Czech
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic informed about the participation of the Mulitirobotic Systems Group in the National Expo Pavilion in Dubai, which is presenting a pilot project of autonomous delivery of parcels using drones. The rotating exhibition dedicated to robotics was also covered by local television in Dubai.
Firefighting by autonomous drones recorded Události České televize, Impuls, Radiožurnál, iDnes, Novinky, Radio Prague International or České noviny and Zive.sk
Radiožurnál on Sept 7, 2021 reported on the testing of a special firefighting drone More details in the press release of FEE CTU
The Joseph Fourier Prize for Computer Science this year was won by the technical universities in Prague, Brno and Ostrava. The competition is organised every year by the French Embassy and the computer section is run by the French IT company Atos. “The aim of the competition is to recognise outstanding scientific work with a …read more
Ing. Tomáš Báča succesfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Cooperative Sensing by a Group of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Supervisor: Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat., Co-Supervisor: Ing. Michal Platkevič, Ph.D Congratulations!