News and Announcements
TERAIS opening seminarThe Department of Applied Informatics invites everyone to the opening event of the TERAIS EU project – a seminar on cognitive robotics. The list of invited speakers of the seminar includes Prof. Giulio Sandini from IIT Genoa, Dr. Cornelius Weber from the University of Hamburg, Assoc. Prof. Matěj Hoffmann from CTU in Prague, and Prof. Igor Farkaš and Dr. Andrej Lúčny from Comenius University.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday, 7th December 2022 in the Congress Centre of Družba Hotel at Botanická Street in Bratislava from 8:00 starting with morning coffee, until 15:00 ending with a social lunch. The seminar is free of charge for participants, but due to the limited capacity a registration no later than 4th December 2022 is required using the registration form.
Habilitation procedure of Zuzana ČernekováOur colleague, Zuzana Černeková will deliver her public habilitation lecture Face detection and recognition on November 14, 2022 at 14:00 o'clock in the lecture hall C and subsequently defend her habilitation thesis Selected feature-based solutions in computer vision.
Habilitation procedure of Martin MadarasOur colleague, Martin Madaras will deliver his public habilitation lecture Point clouds processing in industrial applications on November 7, 2022 at 14:00 o'clock in lecture hall C and subsequently defend his habilitation thesis Towards hybrid methodology in 3D computer vision.
New EU twinning project TERAISThe three-year Horizon Europe project TERAIS (Towards Excellent Robotics and Artificial Intelligence at a Slovak university) started in October 2022. The coordinator is Comenius University represented by the Department of Applied Informatics FMFI and the consortium partners are the University of Hamburg and the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa. The main objective of the project with a budget of approximately 1.6 million euro is to create long-term sustainable conditions at the KAI workplace that will improve the level of publishing activity and support the continuous career development of the staff. The planned activities of the project include multi-dimensional cooperation with partners, focusing not only on joint research in the field of cognitive robotics and artificial intelligence, but also on knowledge transfer through various joint activities. One of the objectives of the project is to develop institutional support for research.
The best bachelor thesis of 2021/22Teachers in the Bachelor seminar and leaders of State examination committees have selected the best bachelor thesis of 2022 to be
Marcel Palaj: Navigation for sport airplanes ,
supervisor: RNDr. Peter Borovanský, PhD.
and another bachelor thesis received the Dean Award,
Sabína Samporová: Experimentálne prostredie pre interakciu cloveka s humanoidným robotom iCub , supervisor: RNDr. Kristína Malinovská, PhD.
Cognition and artificial life 2022The 20th anniversary edition of the conference Cognition and Artificial Life (KUZ) will be held at the Třešt' Castle in Moravia. The team of the Centre for Cognitive Science KAI FMFI UK is participating as a co-organizer. KUŽ is a traditional Czech-Slovak interdisciplinary event bringing together experts interested in various aspects and methods of investigating cognition, whether in living or artificial systems. In addition, KUŽ provides good opportunities for the participation of students
Bratislava Knowledge September 2021BAKS 2021 is a series of online AI-related events, originally planned to be co-located in Bratislava. KAI participates in organizing International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks and Description Logics workshop.
Cognition and artificial life 2019Centre for cognitive science at DAI, together with Czech Academy of Sciences, is organizing the 19th Cognition and artificial life (Kognícia a umelý život – KUŽ) conference in Bratislava–Rača. KUŽ has become the traditional interdisciplinary event bringing together experts interested in different aspects and methods of investigating cognition in live and artificial systems. KUŽ also provides interesting opportunities for students' participation.
Combinatorics on WordsAssociated with the conference Information Technologies - Applications and Theory a workshop Combinatorics on Words organized by doc. Tatiana Jajcayová from our deparment will take place. Work of students of our deparment will be presented at the workshop too.
The best bachelor thesisTeachers in the Bachelor seminar and leaders of State examination committees have selected the best bachelor theis of 2018 to be
Dana Škorvánková: Capturing of Movement During Music Performance , supervisor: RNDr. Martin Madaras, PhD.
Recomendations for enrollment to the 3rd year of studyTutors of the Bachelor program in Applied informatics advise the 3rd year students to enroll to appropriate compulsory elective courses depending on their plans after graduation.
32nd Spring Conference on Computer GraphicsFaculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics organizes the 32nd edition of the largest Central-European international conference on Computer Graphics. It will take place in Smolenice in the late April. The conference will be chaired by Michela Spagnuolo, featuring invited speakers Daniele Panozzo, Franca Giannini, and Remco C. Veltkamp. More information on the conference website:
Spring Conference on Computer GraphicsFaculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics organizes the 29th edition of Central-European international conference on Computer Graphics. It will take place in Budmerice in the early May. The conference will be chaired by Holly Rushmeier, featuring invited speakers Ken Anjyo, Ivan Viola and Bernd Bickel. More information on the conference website:
Cognition and Artificial Life XIIThe twelfth Czech-Slovak seminar organized by our Czech colleagues this year will take place in hotel Floret, Průhonice u Prahy. The seminar provides a platform for presentation of results in the areas of cognition, artificial life, and artificial intelligence. The goal is to seek interdisciplinary dialog between the scientific disciplines related to this field with a wide scope.
Student Scientific ConferenceThe students are invited to submit a contribution to the Student Scientific Conference. Important dates:
- Submission deadline: April 8th 2012 (late submissions will not be accepted)
- Conference held: April 25th 2012
- Posters at display: April 18th - May 4th