An exclusive interview with the head of our department, Eva Žáčková, has been published in IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine, Volume 11, No. 1 (June 2017).
On April 5, 2017, we organized a collaborative bilateral meeting within project Human Cognitive Enhancement: New Issues. Researchers and academics from Man-Machine Interaction Dept. and Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, as well as researchers and academics from other selected Czech R&D institutions and universities, were brought together to discuss possibilities of mutual cooperation.
Isogeometric analysis, environment-reflecting separable pseudopotentials and Hamiltonian rank-m updates in electronic structure and total energy calculations
will take place on 24 May 2016, 15:00, in building C1, room TC211.
October 19, 5 PM
October 5, 5 PM
This book describes new approaches to the Universal Logic project from an interdisciplinary viewpoint and consists of four parts. The first part of this book focuses on abstract logical investigations. The second part discusses logic translation investigations that have closely followed the techniques adopted in abstract logic. The third part presents logical pluralism. The fourth part concerns cross-cultural logic, a topic rarely considered in formal logic studies.
Full-time postdoc position Human Cognitive Enhancement.
IDA hosts a new visiting researcher MUDr. Barbora Řepová from ENT clinic, University Hospital Motol, Prague.
IDA member Tzu-Keng Fu is visiting Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
Our team member Jelena Guga will be presenting a paper "Coding Architecture: Digital Urbanities in New Media Art" at the international conference On Architecture in Belgrade.