Dean´s Award for the Dissertation thesis was given to Ing. Arun Mukundan, MSc. Ph.D. (supervisor doc. Mgr. Ondřej Chum, Co-supervisor Giorgos Tolias, Ph.D.) Theme: Local Descriptors for Image Matching and Retrieval Congratulations!
Dean´s Award for the Dissertation thesis was given to Ing. Robert Pěnička, Ph.D. (supervisor Ing. Martin Saska, Dr. rer. nat., Co-supervisor prof. Ing. Jan Faigl, Ph.D.) Theme: Data Collection Planning For Aerial Vehicles Congratulations!
Filip Radenović, graduate of doctoral study branch Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics, received Antonín Svoboda´s Award for the Best Ph.D. Thesis. Theme: Visual Retrieval with Compact Image, Supervisor Assoc. Prof. Jiří Chum, Ph.D. The award is given by Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics (ČSKI), whose mission includes development of cybernetics and informatics in the Czech …read more
RNDr. Marko Genyk-Berezovskij received the Dean’s Award for teaching in the winter semester 2019/20. Teachers are awarded for teaching results based on the recommendation of the Dean’s Committee. The committee decision is based on the results of the students´ verbal survey, suggestions of the heads of departments, and other factors such as the quality of …read more
Success of our MBZIRC winner team on March 6, 2020 on TV Prima News. Watch the report in the 38th minute
In the second half of February 2020, ten robotic teams gathered at the nearly-built but unfinished nuclear power plant near Elma, Washington. The robots were sent into the underground maze of the huge concrete-steel in a quest to find and locate predetermined 20 artifacts. Researchers, graduate and undergraduate students of Departments of Cybernetics and Computer …read more
On February 23-25, the Khalifa University hosted the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC) in Abu Dhabi. Team of our Department cooperating at the competition with colleagues from universities in Pennsylvania and New York won first place for building walls with drones, second for destroying defined targets (balloons) and the most valuable golden medal …read more
The award for the best presentation at the 25th Computer Vision Winter Workshop CVWW 2020 goes to Dániel Baráth, Jiří Matas, Jana Nosková and Maksym Ivashechkin for the paper MAGSACH, a fast, reliable and accurate robust estimator. Congratulations!
Dean´s Award for the Dissertation thesis on 2019 was given to Filip Radenović, MSc., Ph.D. (supervisor Assoc. Prof. Jiří Chum, Ph.D.). Theme: Visual Retrieval with Compact Image Representations Congratulations!