Ing. Petr Gronat successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Place Recognition by Per-Location Classifiers (supervisor: doc. Ing. Tomáš Pajdla, Ph.D.). Congratulations!
Prof. Olga Stepankova and prof. Jiri Matas were guests of the discussion “Souvislosti Jana Pokorneho” at the Czech Television on the topic: Artificial Intelligence (the discussion is in Czech language only).
Ing. Vladimir Kubelka, a PhD. student of Artificial inteligence and biocybernetics, presented a rescue mobile robot Charlie, which is involved in project TRADR, and invited the viewers to the “Night of scientists“(in czech only) in Studio 6, a Czech TV morning show. Many thanks for the representation of our faculty!
Let us invite you to the 41st Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision Colloquium, Autumn 2017. Place: KN:E-301, October 5, 2017. Programme: 10:55-11:00 Welcome and speaker introduction. 11:00-11:45 Alexey Dosovitskiy (Intel Visual Computing Lab Munich, Germany) Learning sensorimotor control from experience and demonstration. 11:45-12:15 Karel Zimmermann (CMP Prague, Czech Republic) Learning for Active 3D Mapping. 12:15-13:15 …read more
Let us invite you to the doc. Jaroslav Krivanek’s lecture held within the Prague computer science seminar. Place: KN:E-301, Karlovo nám. 13, Praha 2, October 19, 2017, at 4.00 p.m.
Michal Cap successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Centralized and decentralized algorithms for multi-robot trajectory coordination (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michal Pechouček, MSc.). Congratulations!
Zdenek Straka and Matej Hoffmann were awarded ENNS Best Paper Award at 26th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN17) for their paper Learning a Peripersonal Space Representation as a Visual-Tactile Prediction Task.
Four papers, one as oral presentation, were accepted at ICCV2017 which is one of the most prestigious computer vision conferences with a very selective review process and low acceptance rate. Congratulations to Zuzana Kukelova, Jiri Matas, Michal Busta, Lukas Neumann, Karel Zimmermann, Tomas Petricek, Vojtech Salansky, and Tomas Svoboda.
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).
Miguel Amável dos Santos Pinheiro successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Graph and Point Cloud Matching for Image Registration (supervisor: Prof. Jan Kybic). Congratulations!