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Logic Colloquium

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On August 11–16, the Faculty of Information Technology organises Logic Colloquium 2019 together with Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University. This forum for presenting and discussing the new developments in the area of logic is the European Summer Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic. The conference begins on August 11 with a public lecture by Hannes Leitgeb, which is intended for the general public.

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Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy

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On August 5–10, the International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology (CLMPST) is held at the Faculty of Information Technology. The sixteenth edition topic is “Bridging across academic cultures”. RNDr. Kateřina Trlifajová, Ph.D., also lectures on “Bernard Bolzano and the part-whole principle for infinite collections” at the “Bolzano’s Mathematics and the General Methodology of the Sciences” session which takes place on August 8 at the auditorium T9:107. FIT Students and employees have free entrance to lectures.

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Faculty is Celebrating 10 Years Since Its Founding

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On July 1, 2019, the Faculty of Information Technology, CTU, commemorates ten years since its establishment. On June 6, a festive meeting took place in Bethlehem Chapel to celebrate this event. The university and faculty management decided to award twenty selected colleagues for merit in the establishment and development of FIT. The Dean of the faculty awarded eighteen personalities the FIT Medal. Furthermore, the Dean Emeritus, prof. Pavel Tvrdík was awarded the Felber Medal and Ing. Ivan Halaška the CTU Medal of II degree.

FIT Students Developed a Unique Device for Drones

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A four-member team of students, in collaboration with the faculty, has developed a unique Dronetag device that makes drones safer and more usable. This independent IoT device uses mobile and satellite technology to impart the location of the drone, making any drone visible in the flight tracker. It can be used, for example, to coordinate several drones with a rescue helicopter or to deliver parcels. The faculty also owns a six-engine drone that is 1.2 meters in diameter and can carry up to 6 kg of cargo.

Press release on the unique device for drones (only in Czech)

Last modified: 9.8.2019, 11:42