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Competition for PhD students and graduates 
CESNET launched a contest for young PhD graduates and students in which the participants will present the case studies of innovative use of the current CESNET e-infrastructure services or propose new services and their uses for science, research, and education. The first three winners will gain a financial award: 100.000 CZK (approx 4000 EUR) for first place, 50.000 CZK for second place, and 30.000 CZK for third place. Our goal is to support young researchers and students and propagate usage of modern IT services in this community.

18.03.2014 - 28.04.2014

Miloš Endrle, Geewa - You can't win if you don't play 
Miloš Endrle, co-founder of the online gaming startup Geewa, will lecture the next session of the Strategy in the ICT industry on case studies course this Thursday at 9:15 am at the Faculty of Information Technologies.


Film Club - FAMU 
11 short films, which were created at FAMU (Film and TV School of The Academy of Performing Arts). These films was awarded at domestic or international film festivals.


Seminar Lecture - Prof. Stefan Biffl - Product-Focused Engineering, Process Analysis and Improvement 
Seminar Lecture Product-Focused Engineering Process Analysis and Improvement Abstract Product-focused process improvement aims at translating stakeholder value from products into better cost, quality, or schedule of software and systems engineering processes. Software improvement approaches contribute to a systematic appraisal of software and service processes for identifying candidate topics for improvement. This talk will raise the challenge of process improvement in engineering organizations in identifying and securing the mission-critical engineering know-how needed for successful product development. Based on experiences with software and systems engineering organizations we will discuss contributions and limitations of software improvement approaches to elicit stakeholder interests, to collect and integrate data from engineering teams and processes, in order to identify the most relevant candidates for capturing and sharing engineering know-how on best practices in the context of an organization. Short bio Stefan Biffl is an associate professor of software engineering at the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, Vienna University of Technology. He is the head of the Christian Doppler research laboratory “Software Engineering Integration for Flexible Automation Systems”, the scientific program chair of Software Quality Days, and co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications including books on "Value-Based Software Engineering" and “Best-Practice Software Engineering”. Research interests and experience include • Software quality management, process improvement, and value-based Software Engineering • Software quality assurance, defect detection, inspection, and defect prediction models • Empirical software engineering, evaluation, data collection and integration for analysis • Engineering environment and knowledge integration • Application area: software and systems engineering companies, business software companies Organized by Gerstner laboratory, Intelligent Systems Group, CTU FEE.


2014 PEGASUS-AIAA Student Conference 
A main purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for PEGASUS students to present technical papers in public competition and to give the students an opportunity to practice the presentation of technical work at meetings. Further important aim of the conference is to support a close relation among PEGASUS universities (see, AIAA, and European industry related to aeronautics and space engineering. The conference will also provide the floor to present and introduce the company's products, ideas, and activities to students and academic staff coming from 25 technical and aerospace oriented PEGASUS Network universities from 10 EU countries as well as to discuss a potential cooperation. The conference is held under auspices of His Magnificence, prof. Petr Konvalinka, the Rector of the CTU.

23.04.2014 - 25.04.2014

Exhibition - 2014 PEGASUS-AIAA Student Conference 
The exhibition is intended for a broad spectrum of people willing to learn about a current state-of-the-art in the field of aeronautical and space engineering. The exhibition is public and the admission is free of charge.


Prague Computer Science Seminar - The Life with Constraints - Prof. Roman Barták 
LECTURE ANNOTATION Constraint Programming (CP) is a technology for declarative modeling and solving of combinatorial optimization problems. Despite (wrong) belief in some research communities, CP is not equivalent to simple enumeration. The real power behind CP is in the integration of search and inference realized via various consistency techniques. This integration gives CP a unique capability to exploit both user-defined heuristics as well as general powerful search-pruning techniques. The presentation will introduce constraint satisfaction terminology and technology using a popular well-known puzzle. Then it will focus on so called global constraints that represent a “backdoor” for adding specific efficient solving techniques into general constraint solvers. The presented ideas will be motivated by real-life examples originated mainly from planning and scheduling problems. LECTURER Prof. RNDr. Roman Barták, Ph.D. Roman Barták works as a full professor at Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, where he leads the Constraint Satisfaction and Optimisation Research Group. In 1999-2004 he led research activities of a multinational company Visopt BV, where he was the main architect of the scheduling engine developed by this company. His work focuses on techniques of constraint satisfaction and their application to planning, scheduling, and other areas. Since 1998 he has been teaching a course on Constraint Programming at Charles University, he gave several tutorials on constraint processing at international conferences (IJCAI, AAAI, ICAPS, CI, SAC) and summer schools (ESSLLI, NASSLLI) and he is an author of the On-line Guide to Constraint Programming (#2 source for Constraint Programming according to Google) and On-line Guide to Logic Programming (#2 source for Logic Programming according to Google). ABOUT THE PRAGUE COMPUTER SCIENCE SEMINAR The seminar will take place on the 4th Thursday of each month at 4:00pm (except June, July, August and December) alternately in the buildings of Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Karlovo nám. 13, Praha 2 and Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Malostranské nám. 25, Praha 1. Its program will consist of a one-hour lecture followed by a discussion. The lecture should be based on an (internationally) exceptional or remarkable achievement of the lecturer, presented in a way which is comprehensible and interesting to a broad computer science community. The lectures will be in English.


Spring Ball of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences 
Come to dance at the ball of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences. You can expect a great dance orchestra and dance performances. Tickets (200 and 240 CZK) can be bought in the library at the address Horská 3, Prague 1 (ground floor, Mo-Th: 9:00-18:00, Fr: 9:00-13:00), in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the address Na Florenci 25, Prague 1 (Tue 10:00-13:30, We+Thu 10:00-12:00, 13:00-15:30), and at the beginning of the ball directly in Masaryk dormitory, Thákurova 1, Prague 6. Reservations are also possible at the e-mail address hyksova[at]

28.04.2014 - 29.04.2014

POSTER 2014 
On May 15, 2014, 18th International Student Scientific Conference Poster 2014 is held at Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Both Doctoral and Master students can present results of their work. More information on


26th Symposium on Plasma Physics and Technology (SPPT) 
The Symposium on Plasma Physics and Technology (SPPT) has a long tradition and is usually held biennially. This will be the 26th Symposium. It was originally founded for the presentation of results of the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (IPP CAS) in 1967. Since 1969 it has gradually become a Czechoslovak forum in this branch and many famous foreign scientists have made presentations. Since 1993 it has been held in co-operation with the Department of Physics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University (FEE CTU) in Prague. The symposium is of the European importance. There will be about 150-200 participants.

16.06.2014 - 19.06.2014

Vision and Sports Summer School 2014 
Vision and Sports is a special special kind of summer school. In addition to a broad-range of lectures on state-of-the-art Computer Vision techniques, it offers exciting sport activities, such as Floorball, Ultimite Frisbee and Table Tennis. What is most fun: the sports sessions are given by the same internationally renowned experts who deliver the lectures! As a student, you get the best of both worlds: high-quality teaching on Computer Vision, and lots of fun with a variety of attractive sports. This offers plenty of opportunity for personal contact between students and teachers. How would you like to beat your teacher in a tennis match ? Or play in the same soccer team ? This, and more, will happen at VS3!

18.08.2014 - 23.08.2014