Institute of Robotics and Cybernetics is one of 10 institutes of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.The Institute
14 emplyees and 10 PhD students left to the newly created department of Automobile mechatronics in the July and August 2013.
During the first week of September 2013 working sessions of bilateral project between Slovakia and Bulgaria (APVV SK-BG-0035-10) took place in Sofia, Sozopol - Bulgaria. M. Hypiusová, D. Rosinová and S. Števo presented their work on the research conference EF-2013 at the Department of Systems and Control Engineering, Faculty of Automation, Technical university Sofia.
(Harbin, China, August 27th, 2013) Students of Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava participated in the world finals of the Global Freescale Cup.
Every three years professionals from the field of adaptive control gather on the IFAC - International Workshop on Adaptation and Learning in Control. This event is organised since 1983 by the IFAC international federation.
15th conference of PhD students ELITECH '13 took place on June 5, 2013 at the Faculty of Electrotechnics and informatics STU in Bratislava. 61 PhD students from several slovak universities (including 6 students from our department) presented their research work.
Pictures from the conference
On June 4th, 2013 students from Poland visited our faculty. Among other things, they saw the laboratories of the Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics.
From April 20th through 23rd we hosted students from the Technical University in Łódź (Poland), Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic) and Brest State Technical University (Belarus).
The 5th year of the international robotic competition Robotic Tournament took place on Saturday April 6th 2013 in the polish city Rybnik. One hundred robots from Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic attended. The competition categories were Mini Sumo, LEGO Sumo, Linefollower, LEGO Linefollower, Micromouse and Freestyle. The most popular were the Sumo fights and Linefollower. Slovak participants competed in all disciplines and this fact influenced the general results.