STU will be the coordinator in the project "FosteRing OpportuNities Towards Slovak Excellence in Advanced conTrol for smart industries" (FrontSeat), which was supported under the Horizon Europe program, Twinning action. Principal investigator prof. Ing. Miroslav Fikar, DrSc. joined forces with other institutes in the field of Cybernetics at STU, submitted the project and succeeded in heavy international competition.
More details at the project web page.
We are co-authors of a new article in the prestigious international scientific journal Computers in Biology and Medicine:
Milad Mousavi - Mahsa Dehghan Manshadi - Madjid Soltani - Farshad M. Kashkooli - Arman Rahmim - Amir Mosavi - Michal Kvasnica - Peter M. Atkinson - Levente Kovács - Andras Koltay - Norbert Kiss - Hojjat Adeli: Modeling the efficacy of different anti-angiogenic drugs on treatment of solid tumors using 3D computational modeling and machine learning
The paper investigates the simulation of tumor growth during chemotherapy using Machine Learning techniques. The publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles to help share the current results.
We are authors of a new article in the prestigious international scientific journal Automatica:
Juraj Oravec - Martin Klaučo: Real-time tunable approximated explicit MPC
The paper presents an effective method of designing tunable approximated model predictive control. The publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles for 50 days to help share the current results.
Our PhD student Michaela Horváthová was awarded the prestigious award "Student Personality of the Slovak Republic" in the academic year 2020/2021 in the category "Electrical engineering, industrial technologies". She was also awarded a special award "JCI-Slovakia Award for emphasis on ecology in the field". Congratulations!
On January 18, 2022, the President of the Slovak Republic Zuzana Čaputová appointed 33 new university professors. We are proud that our colleague Michal Kvasnica was appointed as a Professor in the field of Automation. Congratulations!
We are authors of a new article in the prestigious international scientific journal Computers & Chemical Engineering:
The paper presents a novel Partial Explicit MPC design method. The publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles for 50 days to help share the current results.
On Friday, December 3, 2021, Dr. Peter Bakaráč successfully defended his PhD thesis: "Model Predictive Control for Systems with Fast Dynamics" supervised by Assoc. Prof. Michal Kvasnica. Congratulations!