Institute of Information Theory and Automation

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Department of Decision-Making Theory

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Most of the research activities of the department belong to the field of applied mathematics. The focus is on theoretical problems as well as problems connected with implementation of methods in the following areas:

  • mathematical optimization
  • nonsmooth analysis
  • differential equations
  • variational problems
  • probabilistic models of decision support systems
  • conditional independence structures
  • alternative calculi of uncertainty in artificial intelligence

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Following a longstanding tradition, the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague and the...
The Winter School of Department of Decision-Making Theory is a popular meeting point of students and researchers from...
Workshop Variational Analysis and Optimization organized by Department of Decision-Making Theory is a meeting of...
ManyVal is a series of international workshops on the logical and algebraic aspects of many-valued reasoning. The aim...
A series of Workshops on Uncertainty Processing (WUPES) has been held in the Czech Republic every third year since 1988...
The Winter School of Department of Decision-Making Theory is a popular meeting point of students and researchers from...
organized by F. Matúš Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague Room 25, UTIA AVCR, Pod Vodárenskou věží...
Mgr. Lukáš Adam Ph.D.
RNDr. Martin Branda Ph.D.
RNDr. Michal Červinka Ph.D.
Prof. Radim Jiroušek DrSc.
Prof. RNDr. Michal Kočvara DrSc.
Marie Kolářová
Prof. RNDr. Jan Kratochvíl DrSc.
Ing. Václav Kratochvíl Ph.D.
PD Dr. Stefan Krömer
Doc. Ing. Tomáš Kroupa Ph.D.
Doc. RNDr. Martin Kružík Ph.D.
Mgr. Tomáš Lávička
Carles Noguera Ph.D.
Doc. Ing. Jiří Outrata DrSc.
Mgr. Miroslav Pištěk Ph.D.
Ing. Martin Plajner
Prof. Ing. Tomáš Roubíček DrSc.
Ing. Issam Salman
RNDr. Milan Studený DrSc.
Ing. Jan Švorc
Ing. Lucie Váchová
Doc. Ing. Jan Valdman Dr.
Ing. Jiří Vomlel Ph.D.
Duration: 2014 - 2016
The proposed project is focused on development of new mathematical models of constitutive behavior of shape memory alloys. These models will be based on results of experimental observations, and will reflect the mutual couplings between individual microstructural processes in these materials.
Duration: 2013 - 2015
The application of algebraic and geometric methods is one of the present trends in modern statistics. The aim of the project is to apply the methods of combinatorial optimization to problems with motivation in statistics and artificial intelligence.
Duration: 2013 - 2016
Formal systems of (non-)classical logics are essential in many areas of computer science. Their appreciation is due to their deductive nature, universality and portability, and the power they gain from their rigorous mathematical background. Such a diverse landscape of logical systems has greatly benefited from a unified approach offered by Abstract Algebraic Logic.
Duration: 2013 - 2015
The aim of this project is to develop reliable, theoretically supported, simulation tools for damage processes in quasi-brittle materials at small strains driven by mechanical and transport phenomena.
Duration: 2013 - 2014
The goal of the project is to continue the longstanding cooperation between Prague and Vienna on the application of game theory in fuzzy logic.