Institute of Information Theory and Automation


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Welcome to UTIA

The Institute of Information Theory and Automation (UTIA) is a public non-university research institution which administratively falls under the Czech Academy of Sciences. UTIA conducts fundamental and applied research in computer science, signal and image processing, pattern recognition, system science, and control theory. In addition to its research activities, UTIA is engaged in undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate education. It also publishes the journal Kybernetika and acts as a certified forensic expert institution. UTIA consists of eight scientific departments, computer centre, library, facility maintenance department and business administration department. UTIA is managed by the Director and the Board.

Pod Vodárenskou věží 4
CZ-182 00, Prague 8
Czech Republic

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2022-06-30 23:05

The Board of the Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Ústav teorie informace a automatizace AV ČR, v. v. i.) announces an open competition for the position of the Director of the Institute.


Prof. Ing. Vladimir Kucera, DrSc., dr. h. c. is an Emeritus Scientist of the Czech Academy of Sciences and served as the Director of the UTIA from 1990-1998. He has been a longtime excelent researcher at the Department of Control Theory, his scientific activities in UTIA range over 50 years. More about the prize on ...


Jiří Wolker, student maturitního ročníku Technického lycea SPŠ stavební v Havlíčkově Brodě, se druhým rokem účastní v ÚTIA stáže, lektorované Janem Schierem z oddělení Zpracování obrazové informace. V letošním roce samostatně vyvinul akcelerovaný...


VŘSR is a traditional workshop sequentially organized by colleagues from UTIA, IRAFM Ostrava University, and UI. The meeting is focused mainly on the presentation of fresh (inter) results of participating doctoral students and their subsequent discussion in a wider plenary of experienced science matadors. Contributions traditionally come from different areas of uncertainty processing.


The Sixteenth European Conference on Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning with Uncertainty (ECSQARU 2021) will be organized by our institute on September 21-24, 2021.


The department of Decision-Making Theory organizes a Mini-Symposium dedicated to three exceptional speakers: Silvia Carpitella, Tobias Boege, and Michael Mandlmayr. The Mini-Symposium is organized in a hybrid form. It is possible to...