Prof. Jiří Matas is the co-author of the best paper at the BMVC 2022 conference

Prof. Jiří Matas je spoluautorem nejlepšího článku konference BMVC 2022
The team of authors, including prof. Jiří Matas received an award for the Best Paper at the 33rd British Machine Vision Conference this week. The Best Paper Prize was awarded for the Trans2k: Unlocking the Power of Deep Models for Transparent Object Tracking to Alan Lukezic (University of Ljubljana), Žiga Trojer (University of Ljubljana), Jiří …read more

Boris Flach received the Dean’s Award for teaching

Boris Flach získal Cenu děkana za výuku
Doc. Boris Flach, Dr. rer. nat. habil. received the Dean’s Award for teaching in the summer semester 2021/22. Teachers are awarded for teaching results based on the recommendation of a Committee appointed by the Dean. The committee’s decision is based on the results of the students´ verbal survey, suggestions from the heads of departments, and …read more

Dmytro Mishkin received the Dean’s Award for prestigious dissertation

Dmytro Mishkin získal Cenu děkana za prestižní dizertační práci
The Dean’s Awards for prestigious dissertations were awarded on November 9th at the Scientific council meeting. Researcher Mgr. Dmytro Mishkin, Ph.D. received the award for his work Learning and Crafting for the Wide Multiple Baseline Stereo under the supervision of prof. Ing. Jiří Matas, Ph.D. Congratulations!

Tomáš Báča awarded the 2022 Joseph Fourier Prize for Computer Sciences

Tomáš Báča awarded the 2022 Joseph Fourier Prize for Computer Sciences
Tomáš Báča from the Multi-Robot Systems Group placed 2nd and got the 2022 Joseph Fourier Prize for Computer Sciences by the Embassy of France. Congratulations! Check out Tomáš’s thesis “Cooperative Sensing by a Group of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” here: https://dspace.cvut.cz/handle/10467/93279…

Petr Štěpán received the Dean’s Award for teaching

Petr Štěpán received the Dean’s Award for teaching
Dr. Petr Štěpán received the Dean’s Award for teaching in the winter semester 2021/22. Teachers are awarded for teaching results based on the recommendation of a Committee appointed by the Dean. The committee decision is based on the results of the students´ verbal survey, suggestions of the heads of departments, and other factors such as …read more

Outstanding results of Department of Cybernetics in governmental evaluation based on Methodology17+

 Outstanding results of Department of Cybernetics in governmental evaluation based on Methodology17+
The major success of the scientific teams of the Department of Cybernetics was the achievement of Rank 1 in the evaluation based on the M17 + Methodology. In the category of contribution to knowledge, a total of 6 results of excellent Rank 1 were achieved at FEE CTU in 2020, of which 4 were from …read more

Tomáš Svoboda received Dean’s Award for teaching

Tomáš Svoboda received Dean's Award for teaching
Prof. Ing. Tomáš Svoboda, Ph.D. received the Dean’s Award for teaching in the summer semester 2020/21. Teachers are awarded for teaching results based on the recommendation of a Committee appointed by the Dean . The committee decision is based on the results of the students´ verbal survey, suggestions of the heads of departments, and other …read more

Tomáš Báča received the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation

Tomáš Báča received the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation
The Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU Prof. Mgr. Petr Páta, Ph.D. awarded the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation thesis to Dr. Tomáš Báča on December 8th. The topic of the dissertation is Cooperative Sensing by a Group of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. The supervisor was doc. Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat. …read more

For the eleventh time, Atos honoured young talents in Computer Science with the Joseph Fourier Prize

For the eleventh time, Atos honoured young talents in Computer Science with the Joseph Fourier Prize
The Joseph Fourier Prize for Computer Science this year was won by the technical universities in Prague, Brno and Ostrava. The competition is organised every year by the French Embassy and the computer section is run by the French IT company Atos. “The aim of the competition is to recognise outstanding scientific work with a …read more

The CTU-CRAS-NORLAB team in Kentucky took silver in the virtual competition and finished sixth in the real robot competition

The CTU-CRAS-NORLAB team in Kentucky took silver in the virtual competition and finished sixth in the real robot competition
The results of the DARPA SubT Challenge finals were announced on Friday 24 September at a ceremony in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The CTU-CRAS-NORLAB team finished second among the top ten robotics teams in the world in the viral competition, earning a $500,000 prize. “We were mainly focused on the main competition with real robots, …read more
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