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Lenka Lhotská

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Lenka Lhotská is Associate professor at the Department of Cybernetics at Czech Technical University and head of the Biomedical processing group. She obtained MSc. in Technical Cybernetics at the Czech Technical University in Prague, thesis: "Application of an Expert System for Acupuncture Therapy" and PhD in Technical Cybernetics at the Czech Technical University in Prague, with thesis "Blackboard Control Architecture at the FEL-EXPERT System".

Her main research interests focus on intelligent biomedical data and signal processing, decision support systems in medicine, knowledge representation, machine learning

Office: KN:E-211 | Phone: +420 224 357 321
lhotska@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Members

Vladana Radisavljevič Djordjevič

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Vladana Radisavljevič Djordjevič is Ph.D student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. She graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia in 2005.

Her research interests are preprocessing, processing and analysis of EEG signal, mainly concerning EEG artifacts removal.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
djordv1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Iva Novotná

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Iva Novotná is Ph.D student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. She graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2013.

Her research interests are recording and analysis of EMG signals, especially surface EMG signal processing for evaluation of isometric voluntary extension of the knee joint.

Office: KN:E-117 | Phone: +420 224 357 664
novotiv1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Elizaveta Saifutdinova

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Elizaveta Saifutdinova is Ph.D student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. She graduated at the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Federal University, Russia in 2013.
Her research interests are preprocessing, processing and analysis of long-term EEG signal.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
elisaisutdinova@gmail.com | Details | Publications

Martina Šrutová

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Martina Šrutová is Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. She graduated in Biomedical and Ecological Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, in 2010.
Her research interests are processing and analysis of biological signals, especially diagnosis of ventricular tachycardias from electrocardiogram.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
srutova.martina@seznam.cz | Details | Publications

Karla Štěpánová

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Karla Štěpánová is Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. She received her MSc. degree at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Charles University in Prague 2010.
Her main research area is processing and analyzing EEG signal. Particular emphasis is on higher cognitive functions, with focus on mathematical abilities. She is member of Incognite research unit focused on the cognitive modeling and bio-inspired robotics.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
karlastepanova@gmail.com | Details | Publications

Radim Bělobrádek

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Radim Bělobrádek is a Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated with Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. He studied Computer Science at the Union College in Schenectady, NY as well as Telecommunications at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain. In BTL Zdravotnická Technika, he gathered practical experience in the field of medical devices over the course of two years. His research focuses on EEG signal processing and analysis, namely neurofeedback (NFB, also called EEG biofeedback).

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
radimb@gmail.com | Details | Publications

Miroslav Burša

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Miroslav Burša is a research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Computer Science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2005. In 2013 he successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Ant-Inspired Metaheuristics for Biomedical Data Mining.

His research area is interpretation of an ECG signal using AI (artificial intelligence) methods, namely Ant Colony Optimization, Ant Colony Clustering, Particle Swarm optimization, Neural Networks and others. He directs his research towards the field of Nature inspired methods.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
bursam@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Jaromír Doležal

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Jaromír Doležal currently works as the research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He received his M.Sc. degree in biomedical engineering from the Circuit Theory Department, Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University with thesis "Optimization of movement classification based on EEG" and Ph.D. degree in theoretical electrical engineering with thesis "Classification of human motor activity from EEG".
His research interests include signal processing, information systems design, and others.

Office: KN:E-124 | Phone: +420 224 357 281
dolezja7@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Václav Gerla

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Václav Gerla works as the research fellow in the EEG data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He finished the M.Sc. in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2005. In 2012, he received the Ph.D. degree in Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics.

His research focuses on biomedical signal processing and analysis. The main domain is long-term EEG signals processing and automated identification and classification of biomedical data. He deals mainly with sleep and newborns EEG signals.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
gerlav@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Honza Hlúbik

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Jan Hlubik works as the research fellow in the Biomedical Data Processing Group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2008.

His research area are BIA (body impedance analysis), body impedance, body hydration and problems connected with obesity.

Office: KN:E-118 | Phone: +420 224 355 769
hlubikjan@post.cz | Details | Publications

Martin Holub

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Martin Holub is Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, in 2010. His specialization is Biomedical and Ecological Engineering.
His research interests are information technologies, processing and analysis of biological signals and hardware realization of medical equipment.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
MartinHolub@mail.com | Details | Publications

Matěj Hrachovina

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Matěj Hrachovina is a Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague in 2011.
His research areas are preprocessing and proccesing of cardiac signals, particularly multi-leads ECG, heart pressures and correlation with physiological principles.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
hrachmat@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Michal Huptych

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Michal Huptych is a research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2005. In 2013 he successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Multi-layer Data Models.

His research area are preprocessing and proccesing of ECG signal, particularly multi-leads ECG and Body Surface Potencial Mapping (BSPM).

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
michalhuptych@seznam.cz | Details | Publications

Václav Chudáček

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Václav Chudáček works as the research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2004.

His research interests include ECG signal processing, use of artifical intelligence methods for ECG clustering and diagnosis and data-mining in multi-lead(BSPM) ECG maps.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
chudacv@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Filip Ježek

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Filip Ježek is a PhD. student in the Biomedical Data Processing Group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated with honours in Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague in 2010.
He specializes himself in simulation and modelling in area of human blood circulatory system and circulatory support devices from view of pressure and flow patterns.

Office: KN:E-117 | Phone: +420 224 357 664
jezekfi1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Václav Křemen

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Václav Křemen works as the research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague 2002. As field clinical monitor and sales representative he lead many pacemaker clinical studies in Czechia for Vitatron company from May 2003 to October 2006. He recieved his Ph.D. title in Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetcs at Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague in 2008.

His research interests now include biological data measurement, preprocessing, processing and analysis. The main domain is Intracardial Atrial Electrogram signals processing and classification (feature extraction and selection, diferent signal levels classification and discrimination) with aim of analysis and classification of intracardial electrogram signals during atrial arrhytmias.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
vaclavkremen@seznam.cz | Details | Publications

Jakub Kužílek

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Jakub Kužílek is PhD student in Biomedical Data Processing Group at the Gerstner Laboratory.

He graduated in Biomedical Engineering at FEE CTU in 2009. His research is aimed on Independent Component Analysis and its applications on biological signals, especialy ECG and EEG.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
kuzilj1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Martin Macaš

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Martin Macaš received his MSc. degree in Technical Cybernetics from the Czech Technical University in Prague. Currently, he is employed as a PhD student of artificial intelligence and biocybernetics in the Biomedical Data Processing Group, FEE, CTU.

His topics of interest include optimization algorithms, pattern recognition and biomedical signal applications.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
mmacas@seznam.cz | Details | Publications

David Macků

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David Macků works as the research fellow in the Biodat processing group at the Gerstner labaratory. He graduated in chemistry engineering at the Institute of Chemical Technology Prague in 1997. He is a medical doctor. He finished the 1st Medical Faculty of the Charles University in Prague in 2003.
His main research is focused on mechanical circulatory support devices, another research interests include modeling of blood flow patterns by the electrical analogy method, fluid dispersion in branched systems.

Office: KN:E-117 | Phone: +420 224 357 664
davidmacku@yahoo.com | Details | Publications

Jiří Spilka

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Jiri Spilka is a a research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, in 2009. In 2013 he recieved Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetcs at the Czech Technical University in Prague with thesis: "Complex approach to fetal heart rate analysis: A hierarchical classification model".

His research interests signal processing and analysis of biological signals with focus on the field of human electrocardiography. Main focus is on analysis of fetal heart rate and its classification using machine learning methods.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
spilkj1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

David Steiner

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David Steiner is Ph.D. student in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He graduated in Computer Science at the Faculty of Math and Physics of the Charles University in Prague in 2005, studied IT at the ISAIP School in Angers in France and graduated in Software Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague in 2007.

His research is focused on ICT support for immunogenetics, bone marrow transplantation and blood transfusion medicine.

Office: KN:E-210 | Phone: +420 224 357 325
steind1@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications

Michal Vavrečka

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Michal Vavrečka works as the research fellow in the Biomedical data processing group at the Gerstner Laboratory. He finished the M.A. at the Faculty of Arts at the Masaryk University in Brno (2005). Then he received the PhD. degree at Faculty of Social Studies in the area of general psychology. He focused on the cognitive modeling of knowledge representation based on artificial neural networks.

He is interested in the neural correlates of spatial navigation and he develops the scripts for EEG feature selection based on neural networks and statistical analysis of the EEG signal. The other research topics are  knowledge representation, symbol grounding problem and cognitive semantics in the area of spatial cognition.He develops model, based on self-organizing neural networks, to analyze principles of perceptual theories of cognition and cognitive semantics. He is member of Incognite research unit focused on the cognitive modeling and bio-inspired robotics.

Office: KN:E-209 | Phone: +420 224 357 609
vavrecka@fel.cvut.cz | Details | Publications


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