(More videos and articles about this topic you can find at the end of this website.) Shooting hard-to-reach areas of historic interiors – a task for members of our Multi-robot Systems Group. On February 26, scientists together with the staff of the National Heritage Institute in Olomouc, have successfully captured the interior of the Sternberg …read more
Our colleagues from the group Multi-robot Systems and people from CRAS got a sponsorship to participate in the international robotics contest „Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge“, which will be organized by the University in Abu Dhabi in March 2017. More information (Czech only) you can find here. Congratulations and good luck!
Our colleague, dr. Daniel Novák (Nature Inspired Technologies Group), was invited to the Studio Leonardo (in Czech) of the Czech Radio Plus channel. He discussed (in Czech) about a mobile application that helps to manage diabetes in children. Many thanks for the representation of our department!
CTU FEE will be hosting the sixth year of the International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web (KESW 2016). The conference is organized by Department of Cybernetics, Knowledge-based and Software Systems group, as well as the ITMO University (Russia). The conference welcomes original contributions in the fields of Ontologies, Knowledge representation, Semantic Web, and …read more
In the Czech Science Foundation grant competition for 2015, three members of our department succeeded and obtained grants for 2016 – 2018: Ing. Tomas Werner, Ph.D. – coordinator, Ing. Petr Kremen, Ph.D. – grant with Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, Ing. Daniel Novak, Ph.D. – grant with the 1st Faculty of …read more
Vít Listík’s diploma thesis was awarded by Cisco (supervisor Jan Šedivý). Congratulations!
The research group of Multi-Robot Systems studies issues related to motion planning, control and coordination of teams of ground, aerial and modular robots. See the MRS research group demo page for details!
Vladana Djordjevic successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis entitled Automated Nonlinear Analysis of Newborn Electroencephalographic Signals (supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Lenka Lhotska). Congratulations!
Jaroslav Vítků successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Towards Automated Design of Complex Modular Systems Inspired by Nature (supervisor: doc. Pavel Nahodil). Congratulations!
Matej Holec successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Set-level Gene Expression Data Analysis with Machine Learning (supervisor: doc. Filip Zelezny). Congratulations!