Air Traffic Control

Air Traffic Control
Air Traffic Control scenario provides an open multi-agent test bed that is used for air traffic simulation. ATC is build on the A-globe platform using Aglobex simulation framework. The project aim is to deploy the multi-agent technology for agent based aircraft deconfliction (collision avoidance) among several autonomous aerial vehicles (manned as well as unmanned).

Milan Rollo successfully defended his PhD thesis: …

Milan Rollo successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Communication Resource Management in Tactical Networks (supervisor: prof. Vladimír Mařík). Congratulations!

Filip Karel defended his Ph.D. thesis

Filip Karel successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Quantitative Association Rules Mining (supervisor: Dr. Jiří Kléma). Congratulations!

Lenka Nováková defended her Ph.D. thesis

Lenka Nováková successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Visualization data for Data Mining (supervisor: prof. Olga Štěpánková). Congratulations!

Jan Šochman defended his Ph.D. thesis

Jan Šochman successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Learning for Sequential Classification (supervisor: Dr. Jiří Matas). Congratulations!

Václav Svatoš defended his Ph.D. thesis

Václav Svatoš successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Behaviorální řízení robotu s hodnocením přínosu jednotlivce pro kolektivní cíl (in Czech only, supervisor: doc. Pavel Nahodil). Congratulations!

Milan Petrík defended his Ph.D. thesis

Milan Petrík successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Properties of Fuzzy Logical Operations (supervisor: prof. Mirko Navara). Congratulations!

Jan Čech defended his Ph.D. thesis

Jan Čech successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Accurate and Robust Stereoscopic Matching in Efficient Algorithms (supervisor: doc. Radim Šára). Congratulations!

Tobias Ehlgen defended his Ph.D. thesis

Tobias Ehlgen successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Omnidirectional Cameras for Safe Automobile Driving (supervisor: Dr. Tomáš Pajdla). Congratulations!

Martin Vejmelka defended his Ph.D. thesis

Martin Vejmelka successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Quantifying Interactions between Complex Oscillatory Systems: A Topic in Time Series Analysis (supervisor: Dr. Milan Paluš). Congratulations!
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