Institute of Information Theory and Automation

Department of Decision-Making Theory

Head of the Department:
Martin Kružík

Deputy head of the Department:
František Matúš

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:

Jiří Outrata
Doc. Ing. Jiří Outrata, DrSc. has been awarded a University of Ballarat Adjunct Professorship, School of Science, Information Technology and Engineering, Australia.
Mariánská - zimní pohled

The Winter School of Department of Decision-Making Theory is a popular meeting point of students and researchers from the department and other colaborating researchers from several Czech institutions as well as guests from abroad. It is held in the UTIA's chalet. The program of the 2013nd edition of the MTR Winter School will consist mainly of tutorial talks given by participants.

9.2. - 14.2. 2013, Krušné hory, Mariánská.

Mariánské Lázně
A series of Workshops on Uncertainty Processing (WUPES) has been held in the Czech Republic every third year since 1988. Like the previous meetings the forthcoming Workshop will foster creative intellectual activities and the exchange of ideas in an informal atmosphere. Therefore we will keep the number of participants limited (~40). The conference will be held in the beautiful spa town Mariánské Lázně and it is organized in colaboration of MTR department and Faculty of Management, University of Economics, Prague.
Responsible for information: MTR
Last modification: 05.09.2012
Institute of Information Theory and Automation