Scientists from the pattern recognition group and machine learning at Faculty of Electrical Engineering will participate on leading research in artificial intelligence within the FAIR partnership (Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research). The project´s aim is to accelerate advancement and innovation in the field of artificial intelligence, namely the Deep Neural Netwroks area.
The Research group of prof. Michal Pěchouček founded Artificial Intelligence center (AI Center) at the Computer Department of Faculty of Electrical Engineering. It builds on the work of the Centre of Agent Technology. Its main mission will be to house both basic and applied research in artificial intelligence, industrial cooperation and artificial intelligence technology transfer.
A BBC television team filmed material for its 4 Tech show on the CTU grounds from 23 to 25 august. The crew was interested in the invention of rolling turbines by Associate professor Miroslav Sedláček from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, for which he was nominated for a European Award for Inventor 2016 in the Research category. They have also filmed other unique research projects extending into practice.
Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Bohuslav Sobotka, Czech Prime Minister were greeted by the Czech Technical University in Prague at its grounds on 25 August 2016. Alongside other distinguished guests, both have participated in a discussion on the Industry 4.0 national initiative.
At the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, a new tool for automated 3D image stylization, StyLit, has been developed by doc. Daniel Sýkora´s team. It can faithfully reproduce artist´s style, creating a realistic synthetic painting. The unique software is more sophisticated than any currently available commercial tool.
After a successful physical and mathematical modeling of water slalom course at the Olympic Games in Rio, experts from the Water Management Experimental Centre of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, led by prof. Ing. Jaroslav Pollert, PhD., were invited again to cooperate in solving the hydraulic and functional problems of the designed water slalom courses at Kasai Park for the Summer Olympics 2020 in Tokyo. Complete construction of the aquatic stadium should be operational in 2019.
Students of both universities who participate in student exchange programs for many years, were rewarded on the RWTH Aachen grounds at the SuperC building on 3 July.
CTU held the 18th annual Science Week at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering on 19 - 24 June. The event was attended by 151 students from dozens of high schools from the Czech and Slovak Republics. 48 miniprojects , 14 tours and 17 popular science lectures were waiting for them.
A team of eleven pre-selected doctoral students attended the "European Olympics" at Clermont Ferrand in the last week of June. Our athletes won the second place in the competition of fourteen university teams from five countries.
The unique device makes radioactivity visible to naked eye has bee produced under the framework of the Nebula start-up by students Ondřej Zbytek and Ondřej Svoboda from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, along with Valery Mezentsev from the University of Economics. CERN had ordered production fo the device from the students and it is now on display at the Microcosm exhibition in Geneva.