Category Archives: Modelling and control of discrete processes

Researchers night 2018 – SkyBat

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SkyBat – swarm robotic model inspired by behavior of bats Lecturer: Ján Zelenka (V – klub Bratislava, 28. 09. 2018 11:00) Bio-inspired algorithms have a unique ability to solve complex problems, especially those where conventional approaches are not as effective. The only way how to develop them is to accumulate… Read more »

“Scientific Deli” Lectures at SSTIC

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SLOVAK SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTRE Ing. Jan Zelenka, PhD. and Ing. Jan Maťo lectured on the theme Does your mobile phone know more about you than you do? on April 19 2016 in CVTI. The presentation focused on smart objects (electronic gadgets) and problems we have to use them… Read more »

Excursion from Private High School Tatra Academy, Poprad

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Excursion from Private High School Tatra Academy, Poprad Students of the informatics section in Tatra Academy in Poprad together with their teachers visited our Institute on March 23, 2016. The program for students was prepared by our colleagues J. Zelenka, J. Mojzis, O. Kachmann, M. Dobrucký, and I. Kostic. The… Read more »

Lecture for Students from Bratislava Self-Governing Region

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Lecture for Students from Bratislava Self-Governing Region I. BUDINSKÁ and J. Zelenka lectured on March 8, 2016 in the cycle of popular science lectures of experts from the Slovak Academy of Sciences, for schools founded by the Bratislava municipality . The topic was: How robots explore the world. The lecture… Read more »