Miroslav Kulich

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Room no: CIIRC B:322 Miroslav Kulich at ResearchGate






Member of:Intelligent and Mobile Robotics Division, Robotics and machine perception
 
Current position:Assistant professor
 
Research Interests:mobile robotics, artificial intelligence, planning, combinatorial optimization, computational geometry in robotics, education of mobile robotics
 
Current projects: 
 Robotics for Industry 4.0
 DiPreFe - Diagnostic of photovoltaic power plants by autonomous means
 National Competence Center - Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence
Recent projects: 
 SafeLog (2016-2020, H2020)
 SyRoTek (2015, IEEE RAS CEMRA project)
 Kassandra ( Ministry of Interior of Czech Republic)
 Dual robotic effector module (MPO TRIO)
 Center of applied cybernetics 3 (2012-2019, The Technology Agency of the Czech Republic)
 Cognitive Autonomous Robots II (2014-2015, MSMT CR - joint project with University of Buenos Aires and Univ, of Cordoba)
 Highly flexible mobile manipulation system for varying industrial environments (2014-2015, MSMT CR - joint project with Technische Universität Berlin)
 Multi-robot systems in complex environments (2014-2015) MSMT CR - joint project with Karslruher Institut für Technologie)

Teaching: 
Courses at CTU 
 Reading group on Robotics
 Praktická robotika
 Mobile and collective robotics
  Práce v týmu a její organizace
  Statistika a spolehlivost v lékařství
 
Others 
 Practical Course in Robotics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
 Introduction to Mobile Robotics, within Escuela de Ciencias Informáticas 2011, University of Buenos Aires
 Mobile Robotics II: Simultaneous localization and mapping, within Escuela de Ciencias Informáticas 2012, University of Buenos Aires
 Introduction to Mobile Robotics, National University of Córdoba
 
Research stays: 
 Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems, University of Lincoln, August-September 2015
 Laboratorio de Robótica y Sistemas Embebidos, University of Buenos Aires, 2010-2015 (2.5 months in total)
 Automation Technology Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, May-October 2005
 Milwaukee School of Engineering, Global Development Program (in cooperation with Rockwell Automation), July-August 1998
 
Education: 
 2005 doctoral degree (RNDr.) at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
 2004 Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics at Czech Technical University in Prague, thesis: Localization and map building in intelligent robotics.
 1996 study at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, master degree (Mgr.)

Theses Supervised: 
 Ph.D.: 
 running
   David Woller - Routing problems in mobile robotics
   Tomáš Rybecký - Routing problems in mobile robotics
   Jan Mikula - Routing problems in mobile robotics
   David Zahrádka - Routing problems in mobile robotics
 recent and older
   Vojtěch Vonásek - A guided approach to sampling-based motion planning
   Matias Nitsche - Appearance-based teach and repeat navigation method for unmanned aerial vehicles
 M.Sc.:
 running
   Jakub Rosol - Polygonal decomposition for an efficient visibility polygon computation
   Štefan Trusina - Metaheuristics for the Watchman Route Problem
 recent and older
   Marek Jalůvka - TIAGo++: a robotic archer dean award
   Lukáš Fanta - The Close Enough Travelling Salesman Problem in the polygonal domain
   Jan Mikula - Search for a static object in a known environment dean award
   Tomáš Rybecký - Trajectory planning for a heterogeneous team in an automated warehouse dean award
   Jan Vidašič - Travelling Salesman Problem with Neighborhoods
   David Woller - Search for sources of gamma radiation
   Michal Urválek - Planning for the MoleMOD system
   Lukáš Bertl - Self-assembly: modelling, simulation, and planning
   Alan Drozen - Neural networks for routing problems dean award
   Tomáš Novák - Cooperative path planning for a team of mobile robots
   Roman Sushkov - Detection and pose determination of a part for bin picking dean award
   Jakub Hvězda - Comparison of path planning methods for a multi-robot team
   Viktor Kozák - Exploration of an unknown space with a mobile robot
   Jakub Lukeš - Cooperative Path Planning for Big Teams of Robots
   Vojtěch Lhotský - An Integrated Approach to Multi-Robot Exploration of an Unknown Space
   Vladimír Petrík - Multi-Robot Simultaneous Localization and Mapping dean award
   Roman Bedroš - Registration of 3D Point Clouds
   Filip Jareš - Exploration of an Unknown 3D Environmen
   Tomáš Juchelka - Exploration algorithms in a polygonal domain ACP SPY semifinalist, among the 10% of master thesis at FEL
   Martin Makovička - Coordination in multi-robot systems
   Jiří Kortánek - Character animation for e-learning
   Štěpán Rezek - Visualization in e-learning systems for mobile robotics
 
 Bc.:
 running
   Valeriia Timonina - Priority-Based Multi-Agent Path Finding
   Josef Weis - Robust plan execution in multi-agent systems
   Daniel Kubišta - Application of the Job Shop Scheduling Problem for realization of multi-agent plans
   Václav Kůla - Navigation for a two-handed mobile manipulator TIAGO++
   Ondřej Tůma - The Multi-Agent Path Finding demonstrator
 recent and older
   Tomáš Rybecký - Planning for a Team of Cooperating Mobile Robots
   Michaela Brejchová- Planning for the MoleMOD system
   Václav Zelený - Application of fast planning algorithms in the exploration task
   Jan Mikula - Meta-heuristics for routing problems dean award
   Lukáš Bertl - An application programming interface for the MORSE simulator
   Khilda Slyusar - Distributed exploration of an unknown environment
   Lukáš Niedoba - Smooth trajectory generation in 2D
   Roman Sushkov - Self-organizing structures for the Travelling Salesman Problem in a polygonal domain dean award
   Vojtěch Janů - Motion control for a humanoid
   Viktor Kozák - Local planning for a mobile robot
   Michal Marek - Framework for exploration by a humanoid robot
   Martina Špičková - Comparison of Surface Reconstruction Methods for Mobile Robotics
   Matej Grajciar - Any-angle planning algorithms in mobile robotics
   Vojtěch Lhotský - Demonstration Tasks for the SyRoTek System
   Roman Bedroš - Localization module for a mobile robot in Player system
   Václav Krtčka - Planning for multi-robot systems
   Přemysl Habáň - Visibility-Voronoi diagrams for path-planning
   Ladislav Kopecký - Comparison of environments for mobile robot control
   Leoš Absatz - Sampling-Based Motion Planning
   Daniel Fišer - 3D reconstruction using neural networks
   Ondřej Vrzal- Controllers for mobile robots
   Filip Novotný - Exploration of an unknown environment with a mobile robot

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