Everyone is welcome at the seminar with a guest speaker - Benoît Legat, who is a new PhD student of Raphaël Jungers at UCL (http://perso.uclouvain.be/raphael.jungers/content/people). Benoît's Phd topic is "Algebraic optimization and Cyber-Physical control" which is based on using polynomial sums of squares for hybrid
Everyone is warmly welcome to attend the seminar with a guest speaker - Dr. Petr Bojda. The seminar will take place in K26 lab and will start at 11:00am. It will take 60 minutes including discussions.
Everyone is welcome at the seminar given by Daniel Wagner - a PhD student (supervised by Didier Henrion) who have just joined our department. The seminar will start at 2pm at K14 seminar room. In his talk, Daniel will give us an overview of the results that he achieved in his master thesis (downloadable at http://scholarsmine.mst.edu/masters_theses/7572/) defended in 1016 at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Zdeněk Hurák is going to give his habilitation lecture (towards being promoted to Associate Professor) at 13:00 in T2:D3-209 room, Technická 2, Praha 6 Dejvice. The talk will be on "Inertial stabilization of aerial camera platforms" and will give an overview of the work done in the past together with his students and colleagues. The event is public, everyone is welcome.
Ivo Herman is giving us an update on his research in the domain of bidirectional vehicular platoons. The seminar starts at 2pm in the K14 room and will take 60 minutes. Everyone is welcome.
A graduate student from the University of Chemistry and Technology (VŠCHT) who is conducting research in "chemical robotics lab" of prof. František Štěpánek in the domain of electromagnetic micromanipulation is going to share with us the results of her final thesis. The seminar will start at 14:00 am at K14 seminar room.
Everybody is welcome to attend this presentation of our two visiting professors from Poznan University of Technology in Poland - Dr. Dariusz Horla and Dr. Wojciech Giernacki. They are staying with us the whole week, May 23-27, and this seminar is an opportunity to see what they (and their colleagues) are doing. The seminar will take place in K26 lab (not in the K14 seminar room as usual), will start at 10 am and will take 1 hour.
Everyone welcome to a seminar given by our former grad student, currently a research engineer at ESA and a Ph.D. student at TU Delft. The seminar will take place in the K14 seminar room at 10:00-11:00.
Talk given by a visiting Ph.D. student. In K14 seminar room, at 10:00. Everyone welcome.
Our colleagues at ÚTIA AVČR invite everyone to a lecture given by their guest speaker. The lecture will be given at room #203 at the main building of ÚTIA, Pod vodárenskou věží4, Praha 8, at 10:00-11:30.