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Tomáš Krajník

Associate Professor

Tomáš Krajník

I am working in the mobile robotics domain with a particular focus on long-term mobile robot navigation in changing environments. During my earlier work, I developed a robust visual navigation algorithm that allows autonomous operation of aerial and ground robots in outdoor environments that exhibit seasonal appearance variations. Later, I proposed to model the uncertainty of environment states by their frequency spectra, which improves long-term mobile robot autonomy in changing environments, see the FreMEn method.

As part of my work, I also implemented software libraries for fast visual tracking and UAV control, which were used by the roboticists of the NASA, EPFL, KIT, AIT etc, and contributed to our success during the Mohammed bin Zayeed Robotics Challenge and DARPA Subterranean Tunnel Circuit. I cooperated with several research institutes all across the globe and I was invited to present my work at world-leading laboratories including CSAIL@MIT, GRASP@UPENN, Oxford or ETH.

My research interests include long-term autonomy, robot vision and aerial robotics.

RoboRoyale

RoboRoyale

EU-funded Horizon project combining micro-robotic, biological and machine learning technologies to support the well-being of honeybee queens.

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Robotic bees as the future of a sustainable ecosystem

Robotic bees as the future of a sustainable ecosystem

Combating the mass extinction of bees through the implementation of microrobots in hives. This is the aim of the European RoboRoyale project, which involves biologists, roboticists and machine learning experts from the Czech Republic, Austria, Turkey and the UK. The Czech footprint in the project is provided by scientists and students from the Artificial Intelligence Center at FEE CTU, who are responsible for modelling the behaviour of bee colonies and controlling microrobots. How did the bees react to the robotic inhabitants of the hive? Why use machine learning for conservation? And how do beekeepers themselves approach the problem? Read in an interview with Associate Professor Tomáš Krajník from CTU.

Third Round of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

Third Round of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

Outstanding work deserves credit. We want to highlight the extraordinary work of our teachers and put their effort in the spotlight. Each semester, the AI Center will announce the "Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award" which comes with a prize money of 15 000 CZK. The winner will be awarded in April 2024.

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