Ing. Milan Němý successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis Basal forebrain, Cholinergic white matter pathways, and cognition in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease and was awarded the Ph.D. title in the doctoral study program Artificial Inteligence and Biocybernetics. Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Olga Štěpánková, CSc. Supervisor specialist: Ing. Lenka Vysloužilová, Ph.D. Congratulations!
Congratulations to our student Dominika Burešová for her achievement! Dominika was supervised by Prof. RNDr. Pavel Pták, DrSc, and worked as a part of Prof. Navara´s team. She was named Highly Commended in the Mathematics and Physics category in the prestigious Global Undergraduate Awards for 2023. The Global Undergraduate Awards (often referred to as the …read more
More than 150 students from a number of countries attended the 2023 Summer School on Multi-Robot Systems, where they learned how to program drones. The event took place from 3 to 6 July at the FEE building on Charles Square in Prague, and on 7 July it culminated with outdoor challenges on Císařský ostrov. During …read more
Yash Patel successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis Neural Network Training and Non-Differentiable Objective Functions /supervisor prof. Jiří Matas/. Yash was the first candidate who was awarded the Ph.D. title in the new study program Computer Science. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Tomáš Dlask for his achievement! He was announced as a winner of the Antonín Svoboda Award for the Best Ph.D. for Thesis defended in 2022. The Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics selects the best Ph.D. Thesis every year. The topic of PhD thesis falls within the scope of ČSKI’s scientific activities (cybernetics, …read more
Petr Švarný successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis Perirobot space representations for safe human-robot interaction Supervisor: doc. Mgr. Matěj Hoffmann, Ph.D. Congratulations!
The interview was recorded only in Czech. Professor Jiří Matas talks about the development of AI in the Peak.cz podcast. “Any artificial intelligence that generates something has to know that it generated it, and it has to be able to answer to me: yes, I generated it,” she says of the AI phenomenon. Artificial intelligence …read more
Artificial intelligence algorithms of scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Olomouc help to accelerate the development of anticancer drugs. Artificial intelligence algorithms will play an increasing role in the search for effective cancer treatments. Machine learning methods can significantly reduce the time, effort …read more
Last year, the council of the Dept. of Cybernetics decided to reduce the number of PCs in both computer labs from 30 to 20. In each computer lab, we thus have 10 seats without computers which are popular among students who bring their own notebooks and who also appreciate free space on their desks. The …read more
The Multi-robot Systems Group demonstrated results of the development of new technologies for aerial robots in Temešvár, South Bohemia. During the practical flight demonstrations, the group demonstrated a technology which prevents hostile takeover of control over the drone in the form of GPS spoofing. GPS Spoofing is an intelligent form of jamming where a drone …read more