The Award of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic for outstanding results of major scientific importance in 2011 was received by a team of authors from the Institute of Information Theory and Automation. The team led by prof. Ing. Michal Haindl, DrSc. consisting of: Ing. J. Filip, Ph.D, Ing. J. Grim, CSc., RNDr. Vojtech Havlicek, Ph.D, and Ing. M. Hatka was awarded for the scientific outcome: Mathematical modeling of visual properties of surface materials.
Ivo Vrkoč will celebrate his eightieth birthday on June 10, 2011. On this occasion, Ivo’s former students and recent coauthors decided to organise a small colloquium devoted to some of the topics Ivo has contributed to significantly, namely the qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations and stochastic analysis.more info
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NIPS Workshop DECISION MAKING WITH MULTIPLE IMPERFECT DECISION MAKERS at the 24th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems successfully took place.
The Workshop proceedings can be found here.
We would like to inform you that Colloquium in memory of Igor Vajda will take place November 12-13, 2010, in Prague, organized by the Institute of Information Theory and Automation (ÚTIA) of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. The scientific programme is focused on the topics to which Igor Vajda have substantially contributed: the information theory and its applications to mathematical statistics. For further details and updated information please visit the conference websitehttp://simu0292.utia.cas.cz/workshop10
The fundament of the patent consists in a structural configuration of robotic device based on parallel kinematic concept enabling a specific connection of drives both rotational and only purely direct linear for its motion. Robotic device is intended for machining centers with top milling operations.
Inventor: Ing. Květoslav Belda, Ph.D.
Department of Adaptive Systems