Institute of Information Theory and Automation

Department of Decision-Making Theory

Head of the Department:
Martin Kružík

Deputy head of the Department:
František Matúš

Secretary:
Marie Kolářová

phone: +420 286 581 419
staff: people, Ph.D. students
List of publications, courses, projects, seminars

Most of the research activities of the department belong to the field of applied mathematics. The focus is on theoretical problems as well as problems connected with implementation of methods in the following areas:

  • mathematical optimization
  • nonsmooth analysis
  • differential equations
  • variational problems
  • probabilistic models of decision support systems
  • conditional independence structures
  • alternative calculi of uncertainty in artificial intelligence

 

Last events:



Mariánská - zimní pohled

Workshop Variational Analysis and Optimization organized by Department of Decision-Making Theory is a meeting of students and researchers from the department and other collaborating researchers from several Czech institutions. It is held in UTIA's chalet. The scientific program of the first edition of the Workshop will consist of talks given by participants and subsequent discussions on various topics of variational analysis and optimization in finite and infite dimensions.

14.2. - 18.2.2014, osada Mariánská

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ManyVal is a series of international workshops on the logical and algebraic aspects of many-valued reasoning. The aim of the workshops is to gather both established and young researchers sharing an interest for a specific topic. Accordingly, each edition has a sharp focus. The attendance is limited in order to facilitate close and informal interaction. There are no parallel sessions. Contributed talks are allocated ample time.

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Jiří Outrata
Doc. Ing. Jiří Outrata, DrSc. has been awarded a University of Ballarat Adjunct Professorship, School of Science, Information Technology and Engineering, Australia.
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Last modification: 05.09.2012
Institute of Information Theory and Automation