Ing. Jiří Trefný (Visual Recognition Group) was a guest of the Studio 6 of the Czech Television where he spoke on the topic: Face detection at the airports (the interview is in Czech language only).
Karla Štěpánová successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis entitled Hierarchical probabilistic model of language acquisition (supervisor: dr. Michal Vavrečka). Congratulations!
Assoc. Prof. Tomáš Svoboda (Vision for Robotics and Autonomous Systems) was a guest on CT24 speaking on the topic: USA: Shared Autonomous Transport in 13 Years? (the interview in Czech language only starts at about 0:15:56).
The government evaluation of research organizations for years 2010-2014 identified 276 best results of Czech research. This prestigous list contains 31 results from CTU, out of which 14 are due to Faculty of Electrical Engineering! In those 14 excellent results of FEE, 5 are from the Department of Cybernetics! Prof. Jiří Matas acts as a …read more
CTU FEE was hosting the sixth year of the International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web (KESW 2016, September 21st – 23rd). The conference was organized by Department of Cybernetics, Knowledge-based and Software Systems group, as well as the ITMO University (Russia).
Jan Hlúbik successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Bioimpedance measurement of specific body resistance (supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Lenka Lhotská). Congratulations!
Eyedea Recognition, a spin-off company of the Czech Technical University founded by researchers from the Department of Cybernetics helps Europol recognize faces and identify the dangerous criminal and terrorist networks in Europe For more information [in Czech], see the iDnes article.
Ing. Michal Uřičář (supervised by dr. Franc) and Prof. Jiří Matas received the 3rd place award prize for their track “Apparent Age Estimation” from the paper “Structured Output SVM Prediction of Apparent Age, Gender and Smile from Deep Features” at ChaLearn Looking at People CVPR Workshop 2016. Congratulations!
Our PhD student Ing. Lukáš Neumann (supervised by Prof. Matas) has won the 2nd place in the “Joseph Fourier Prize” competition in the field of computer science on the topic of “Scene Text Recognition in Images and Videos”. More information is here. Congratulations!
Vojtěch Vonásek successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled A guided approach to sampling-based motion planning (supervisor: Ing. Libor Přeučil, CSc.). Congratulations!