A typical feature of mammals lies in their ability to experience sensations, something that robots are beginning to imitate. With the help of artificial skins and algorithms, our researchers have managed to make a small humanoid robot aware of human contact and even notice if someone is invading his ‘living’ space. The little android with …read more
Ing. Tomáš Petříček successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Coupled Learning and Planning for Active 3D Mapping (supervisor: doc. Ing. Tomáš Svoboda, Ph.D.). Congratulations!
Dean’s Award for the Dissertation thesis was given to Ing. Tomas Vojir, Ph.D. (supervisor: prof. Ing. Jiri Matas, Ph.D.) Theme: Short-Term Visual Object Tracking in Real-Time Congratulations!
Are you looking for an interesting topic for your bachelor or master thesis? Are you interested in a summer internship? Department of Cybernetics invites you to CyberSpace, an informal meeting with coffee and refreshments, where we present some of the projects we work on and where you can take part, either as an intern, or …read more
Matěj Hoffmann from the group Vision for Robotics Autonomous Systems (VRAS) was a member of the team who won the Kuka Innovation Award 2018, see the video.
Ing. Pavel Vostatek successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Blood vessel segmentation in the analysis of retinal and diaphragm images (supervisor: doc. Ing. Daniel Novák, Ph.D.). Congratulations!
Our colleague, Ing. James Brandon Pritts, from the Visual Recognition Group spoke on the topic: Self-driving cars safety. For more information [in Czech], see the article in Hospodarske noviny. Thanks for the representation of our faculty.
Ing. Michal Uricar successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Multi-view Facial Landmark Detection (supervisor: Ing. Vojtěch Franc, Ph.D.). Congratulations!
Ing. Tomas Vojir successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Short-Term Visual Object Tracking in Real-Time (supervisor: Prof. Ing. Jiri Matas, Ph.D.). Congratulations!
Eight paper of researches from Department of Cybernetics were accepted at CVPR2018, which is one of the most prestiguous computer vision confereces with a highly selective review process and very low acceptance rate. Congratulations to D. Barath, J. Matas, D. Mishkin, Z. Kukelova, T. Pajdla, J. Pritts, O. Chum, A.Iscen, G. Tolias and F. Radenovic. …read more