Our research in earth science aims to create and further develop powerful tools that will be used in the future development of the society in order to ensure its safety and provide assistance in emergency and crisis situations. We are working on applications that will predict flooded areas several hours in advance and that are able to timely identify traffic congestions and ensure that traffic is diverted in a way that prevents traffic collapse in other locations.

Such solutions rely on large amounts of data that need to be collected, stored in data storage devices and evaluated using efficient algorithms that are able to work with the data and provide the information that is required for efficient and competent decision making. All of the above issues require long-term oriented research and development that focuses on areas such as computational mathematics, intelligent systems, software engineering, Internet technologies and distributed applications.

  • modelling in science
  • support for management and decision-making in emergency situations
  • traffic load simulation and prediction, intelligent navigation and traffic control
  • flood, fire spread and air pollution modelling
  • reliability analysis and risk assessment

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RODOS


Head of the research programme
  • Jan Martinovič
Deputy head of research programme
  • Kateřina Slaninová
Coordinator of RODOS project
  • Martin Hájek




 

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PRACE Summer of HPC 2019 has launched
Late-stage undergraduate and masters students are invited to apply for the PRACE Summer of HPC […]
Invitation to lectures on Image Processing and Machine Learning by invited foreign specialists
We cordially invite you to lectures by invited foreign specialists Christian Dietz (KNIME) and Florian […]
We have achieved ISO 27001 certification
In December 2018, IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center was awarded ISO 27001 certification (ISO/IEC 27001:2013, ČSN […]
New publication: IT4Innovations Digital Innovation Hub
New publication: IT4Innovations Digital Innovation Hub
Invitation to the course Developing efficient HPC applications for the latest CPU architectures with C++ and Fortran (14-15/01/2019)
When: Monday 14 January 2019, 9.30am – Tuesday 15 January 2019, 3.30pm Where: campus VŠB-TUO […]
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