Petr Kadera, Ph.D., born 1981
Head of the Intelligent Systems for Industry Group

Czech Technical University in Prague
Czech Institute of Informatics, Cybernetics, and Robotics (CIIRC)
160 00 Prague 6, Evropská 11, Czech Republic
BLOX building, office 6.37
Phone: + 420 224 354 172, Mobile: +420 608 882 231

Current Position: Head of the Intelligent Systems for Industry Group
Research Interests: Multi-Agent Systems for control and simulation of complex industrial systems, performance models of agent-based systems,  simulation and control of artificial complex networks (e.g. Power Systems), event-based systems for industrial control (IEC 61499).
Current projects: Look at the web pages of the Intelligent Systems for Industry Group.

Qualification: 2008 graduated Ing. (similar to MSc.) in technical cybernetics from the CTU Prague; 2015 PhD in bio-cybernetics and artificial intelligence from the CTU (Methods for development of industrial multi-agent systems); 2016 head of the Intelligent Systems for Industry Group.

Five selected Publications:

  • M. Obitko, P. Vrba, V. Mařík, M. Radakovič, P. Kadera: Applications of Semantics in Agent-Based Manufacturing Systems. Applications of semantics in agent-based manufacturing system. Informatica (Slovenia) 34(3), pp. 315-330. 2010.
  • P. Vrba, P. Tichý, V. Mařík, K. H. Hall, R. J. Staron, F. P. Maturana and P. Kadera: Rockwell automation's holonic and multiagent control systems compendium. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews, IEEE Transactions on 41(1), pp. 14-30. 2011.
  • P. Tichý, P. Kadera, R. J. Staron, P. Vrba and V. Mařík. Multi-agent system design and integration via agent development environment. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 25, issue 4, pp. 846-852. June 2012.
  • P. Kadera, P. Novák: Automatic compilation of performance models for industrial Multi-Agent Systems, Proceedings of the 20th IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2015.
  • P. Kadera, P. Vrba: Verifying IEC 61499 Applications, Distributed Control Applications: Guidelines, Design Patterns, and Application Examples with the IEC 61499, CRC Press, 2016.

  Last update: 08. 03. 2016