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Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
CTU (České vysoké učení technické v Praze – ČVUT in Czech) is one of the largest universities in the Czech Republic and the oldest technical university in Central Europe. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the largest of the seven faculties of the university, educates new experts and provides conditions for scientific work in the fields of electrical engineering, telecommunications, automation, informatics and computer science.
Gerstner Laboratory for Intelligent Decision Making and Control
Since 1996, Gerstner Laboratory provides basic and applied research in areas of distributed artificial intelligence, multiagent systems, machine learning, knowledge systems, data warehouses and data mining, intelligent robotics and biocybernetics.
Christian Doppler Laboratory „Software Engineering Integration for Flexible Automation Systems“ (SE-Flex-AS)
The Christian Doppler (CD) Research Association funds application-oriented basic research in laboratories with industry partners, who seek effective access to new knowledge. Partners in the CD-Lab SE-Flex-AS are institutes at the Vienna University of Technology in the areas of software technology and automation engineering as well as the industry partners logi.cals and Certicon in the application area of industrial automation systems.
The University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Faculty of Applied Sciences
WBU (Západočeská univerzita v Plzni - ZČU, in Czech) prepares students for careers in engineering (electrical and mechanical), science (Faculty of Applied Sciences: computer science, cybernetics, applied mathematics, physics, mechanics), education (for both primary and secondary school teachers in a wide range of subjects), fine arts, economics, humanities (philosophy, sociology, foreign languages, social and cultural anthropology, archeology), law and public administration.
CAK - Center for Applied Cybernetics
Center, founded in 2000 with support of Ministry of Education and Youth research centers project, in order to intensify cooperation between research and development, i.e. between universities and academy institutes and the applied research in commercial firms. Center concentrates research potential in areas of artificial intelligence, machine perception and automation.
Founding members: Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering; Technical University in Brno; West-Bohemian University in Pilsen; Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Czech Academy of Sciences; Instituite of Informatics, Czech Academy of Sciences; CertiCon a.s.; Camea s.r.o.; Cygni s.r.o.; Neovision s.r.o.; UniControls a.s. and others