[Frantisek Mraz]

email: mraz at ksvi.ms.mff.cuni.cz
phone: + 42 - 221914219
fax: + 42 - 221914281 (FAX & TAD)

Office: KSVI MFF UK, Malostranské nám. 25, 11800 Praha 1, Czech Republic

Office hours: Thursday 14:00-15:00




My area of interest

Lectures, seminaries

Neural Networks (NAIL002) (Summary in Czech and English) seminary
A seminary for a lecture by I. Mrázová. A basic course in the theory and applications of neural networks. Supporting materials and activities in Moodle (in Czech and Slovak). For viewing it or enroll into the course you will need an enrolment key. You can obtain it from František Mráz or Iveta Mrázová.
Bioinformatics Algorithms (NTIN084) (Summary in Czech and English) lecture and seminary
a basic course focused on explaining the main algorithmic principles applicable to the solution of various biological problems. Old study materials (in Czech and Slovak). New supporting materials and activities in Moodle (in Czech and Slovak). For viewing it or enroll into the course you will need an enrolment key. You can obtain it from František Mráz.
Parallel Algorithms (TIN017) (Summary in Czech and English) lecture
an introductory course in parallel algorithms theory. Old study materials (in Slovak). New supporting materials and activities in Moodle (in Czech and Slovak). For browsing or enrolling into the course you will need an enrolment key. You can obtain it from František Mráz.
Parsing and Syntactic Analysis (TIN046) (Summary in Czech and English) seminary
a referative seminar related to grant projects. For some information click here.
Evolutionary robotics (AIL065) (Summary in Czech and English) lecture and seminary
an introductory course of evolutionary robotics together with a seminary Old study materials (in Slovak). New supporting materials and activities in Moodle (in Czech and Slovak). For browsing or enrolling into the course you will need an enrolment key. You can obtain it from František Mráz
Data Mining (DBI023) (Summary in Czech and English) seminary
A seminary for a lecture by I. Mrázová. This lecture is focused on understanding principal concepts and techniques applicable to data mining. Basic principles of their application to novel solutions of practical tasks will be discussed in detail. These comprise mainly business and Web applications, but others as well. Old study materials. New supporting materials and activities in Moodle (in Czech and Slovak). For browsing or enrolling into the course you will need an enrolment key. You can obtain it from František Mráz

Other activities

Publications (May 2016)


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19.10.2016