Research areas and teams (overview)

A research group constitutes a basic unit defined by the research interest of its members and the personality of its leader. Research groups are unified into respective departments. CIIRC values openness inducing cooperation outside of research groups and teams. The January 2014 application for finances from the EU Structural Funds defined seven research departments foresaw three shared platforms in order to stimulate interdisciplinary research and to boost mutual synergies. CIIRC expects creation/rearrangement of research groups. Other platforms may be created also to support horizontal cooperation beyond CIIRC borders. This overview serves also as a guidepost to individual departments and groups.

I. Cyber-physical systems (CYPHY, Michael Šebek)

I.a Flight control and flexible system (FAS, Martin Hromčík)
I.b Control in micro and nano scale (MNS, Zdeněk Hurák)
I.c Modeling and optimization of transmission networks (MOP, Ondřej Novák)
I.d Networks of systems (NES, Michael Šebek)
I.e Mathematical modeling and simulation (MMS, Leader to be found)
I.f Space informatics (SPI, Leader to be found)

II. Intelligent systems (INTSYS, Vladimír Mařík)

II.a Intelligent systems for industry and smart distribution networks (ISI, Petr Kadera)
II.b Intelligent transportation systems (ITS, Pavel Hrubeš)
II.c Intelligent systems for design and realization of transport constructions (ISC, Jan Valentin)
II.d Knowledge systems and ontologies (KSO, Zdeněk Zdráhal)
II.e Big data and cloud computing (BDC, Jan Šedivý)
II.f Machine learning (MAL, Robert Babuška)
II.g Automatic reasoning and formal methods (AIF, Jiří Vyskočil)
II.h Complex systems (COS, Leader to be found)
II.i Environmental informatics (EI, Emil Pelikán)
II.j Knowledge-Based Power Systems (KPS, Leader to be found)

III. Industrial informatics (IID, Zdeněk Hanzálek)

III.a Optimization (OPT, Přemysl Šůcha)
III.b Dependable industrial systems (DIS, Zdeněk Hanzálek)
III.c Embedded real time systems (ERS, Benny Akesson)
III.d Software intensive systems (SIS, Leader to be found)

IV. Robotics and machine perception (RMP, Václav Hlaváč)

IV.a Robotic perception (ROP, Václav Hlaváč)
IV.b Intelligent and mobile robotics (IMR, Libor Přeučil)
IV.c Decision making under uncertainty (DMU, Leader to be found)
IV.d Applied algebra and geometry (AAG, Tomas Pajdla)
IV.e Robotics for special environments (RSE, Ján Kozempel)

V. Industrial production and automation (IPA, Michael Valášek)

V.a Design and control of machines and products (DCM, Tomáš Vyhlídal)
V.b Advanced materials (ADM, Alena Kohoutková)
V.c Effective production (EFP, Jan Smolík)
V.d Simulation, optimization and measurement (SOM, Michael Valášek)

VI. Cognitive systems and neurosciences (COGSYS, Lenka Lhotská)

VI.a Cognitive neuroscience (CON, Lenka Lhotská)
VI.b Cognitive modeling (COM, Michal Vavrečka)
VI.c Analysis of human motion (HMA, Václav Křemen)
VI.d Neuroinformatics of normal and pathological hearing function (NAP, Daniel Šuta)
VI.e Computational Intelligence and Signal Processing (CSP, Aleš Procházka)

VII. Biomedical and assistive technologies (BEAT, Olga Štěpánková)

VII.a Representation and modeling of cardiology data (RMC, Václav Chudáček)
VII.b Advanced ICT for medical diagnostics and rehabilitation (AAL, Daniel Novák)
VII.c Artificial intelligence tools for the analysis and modeling of biochemical and physiological data (SBP, Olga Štěpánková)
VII.d IT solutions for telemedicine (ITT, Michal Huptych)
VII.e. Personal health systems (PHS, Karel Hána)

VIII. Shared platforms (PLAT, Vladimír Kučera)

VIII.a Center for applied cybernetics (CAK, Vladimír Kučera)
VIII.b Center for statistical modeling and analysis  (CSMA, Emil Pelikán)
VIII.c Center for computational intelligence and signal processing (CSP, Aleš Procházka)
VIII.d Prototypical workshop and rental shop of instruments (WSP, Jan Smolík)
VIII.e Knowledge support for information sources exploration (KIS, Sasha Skenderija, collaboration with the National Technological Library)

Responsible: V. Hlaváč