Institute of Information Theory and Automation


2020-06-27   Fourier Prize for Jitka Kostková
Jitka Kostkova, a PhD student of Jan Flusser, has won the prestigeous Joseph Fourier Prize in Computer Science for her...

Welcome to UTIA

The Institute of Information Theory and Automation (UTIA) is a public non-university research institution which administratively falls under the Czech Academy of Sciences. UTIA conducts fundamental and applied research in computer science, signal and image processing, pattern recognition, system science, and control theory. In addition to its research activities, UTIA is engaged in undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate education. It also publishes the journal Kybernetika and acts as a certified forensic expert institution. UTIA consists of eight scientific departments, computer centre, library, facility maintenance department and business administration department. UTIA is managed by the Director and the Board.

Pod Vodárenskou věží 4
CZ-182 00, Prague 8
Czech Republic

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phone:+420 266 053 111
fax: +420 286 890 378
email: utia (a)


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2019-12-11 10:35

On January 7, 2019, the Institute of Information Theory and Automation (UTIA) of the Czech Academy of Sciences celebrated its sixtieth anniversary. The celebration gathering was held in the Břevnov Monastery in Prague. The first part of the program consisted of six invited talks. Each talk was devoted to one consecutive decade in the history of UTIA, and given by one of the researchers who joined UTIA at the...

Místo konání: Pod vodárenskou věží 1143/4, Praha 8
Datum a doba otevření: 8. a 9. listopadu, 10 - 15 hod.
Kontakt: Dr. Ing. Lubomír Soukup, tel.: 266 052 551, e-mail:
Registrace: Prosíme návštěvníky o oznámení jejich zájmu o exkurzi s předstihem alespoň den předem. Tato akce se koná v rámci...

5. 11. 2018 Byly předány ceny vítězům soutěže o nejlepší publikaci.

Jiří Outrata received the Award of the Czech Academy of Sciences for outstanding results in science, experimental research and innovations based on his achieved results in mathematical analysis of the so-called non-smooth and multivalued mappings.

September 11-14, 2018, Prague.

The International Conference on Probabilistic Graphical Models (PGM) is a biennial meeting that brings together researchers interested in all aspects of graphical models for probabilistic reasoning, decision making, and learning.

PGM 2018 is the ninth edition of the meeting. Previous meetings in...


The Department of Image Processing announces open position(s) of "post-doctoral fellow" and/or "junior research scientist".

Ing. Tomáš Suk, CSc. received the scientific title "Research Professor in Physico-Mathematical Sciences" (DSc.) from the President of the Czech Academy of Sciences on May 23, 2018.