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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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The president of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prof. H. Illnerova, has presented the Bernard Bolzano 2003 Medal to Prof. Rudolf Hanka for contributions in the mathematical sciences. The Bernard Bolzano Honorary? Medal for Merits in the Mathematical Sciences is awarded by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic to distinguished scientists who have considerably contributed to the development of the whole field and who have fruitfully collaborated with researchers in the Czech Republic.

Akademická rada Akademie věd ČR, na základě návrhu poroty pro udělování Prémií Otto Wichterleho mladým vědeckým pracovníkům v AV ČR, udělila Prémii Otto Wichterleho v roce 2006

Ing. Tomáši Sukovi, CSc.

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President of the International Association for Pattern Recognition IAPR prof. Horst Bunke presented to prof. Pavel Pudil the IAPR Fellow award for contributions to statistical pattern recognition.

The IAPR Fellow award is conferred on persons to acknowledge their distinguished contributions to the field of pattern recognition and to IAPR activities.