|Assoc Prof Václav Čada – cada [at] kgm.zcu.cz
The head of the Department of Geomatics and successful leader of many national projects. Václav is a supervisor of numerous bachelor, master and PhD students.
Václav is a member of the groups designing the Strategy of the Spatial Information Infrastructure Development in the Czech Republic to 2020 (GeoInfoStrategy) and the Digital Map of Public Administration. Václav is a member of the Czech Union for Surveyors and Cartographers, Committee for FIG and the Czech Association for Geoinformation (CAGI).
Research activities: Surveying, cadastre, computer cartography and GIS, military surveys of the Habsburg Empire, building information modelling (BIM) and spatial data infrastructures.
|Assoc Prof Otakar Čerba – cerba [at] kgm.zcu.cz
A senior researcher that participated in many national and EU projects (e.g. SDI4Apps, Plan4all, Peregrinus Silva Bohemica). Otakar is the member of the board of Czech Association of GeoInformation and the Commission on Maps and the Internet of International Cartographic Association. He completed internships at the Technical University Vienna (Austria), University of Nebraska Omaha (USA) and Food and Agriculture Organization (UN) in Rome (Italy).
Research activities: Otakar is experienced in thematic and web cartography, spatial data modelling (for example INSPIRE specification Natural Risk Zones), Linked Data on the geographic domain and semantic issues of geographic data, including geo-ontologies. He teaches courses on thematic cartography, geographical cartography, geography for geomaticians, history of maps and mapping and GeoWeb.
|Dr Pavel Hájek – gorin [at] kgm.zcu.cz
Pave is a researcher at the Department of Geomatics as well as Mobility coordinator and IT technician. He participated in several EU projects such as OpenTransportNet, GEPAM or Peregrinus Silva Bohemica mainly as data modeller, especially a 3D data modeller. Doctoral internship was taken at TU Delft (2014).
Research activities: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), multidimensional data modelling – especially 3D data handling, cartography and visualisation, 3D GIS/CAD/BIM.
|Dr Karel Jedlička – smrcek [at] kgm.zcu.cz
An experienced researcher that participated in many EU projects (e.g. OpenTransportNet, DataBio, GEPAM and AFarCloud) as data modeller and technical manager. Traineeship at ESRI Redlands, CA (2003). PostDoc internship at TU Delft (2014).
Research activities: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), multidimensional data modelling according to open standards (e.g. INSPIRE, CityGML, etc.) ~ particularly data structures for Smart Cities. Specialized in the areas of 3D GIS, Building Information Modelling (BIM) and traffic modelling.
|Dr Martina Kepka Vichrová – vichrova [at] kgm.zcu.cz
Martina is a researcher and project manager that participated in national and EU projects (e.g. Peregrinus Silva Bohemica, GEPAM, EXLIZ, NEXLIZ, SciCom) as project manager, old maps expert and cartographer.
Internship at Österreichisches Staatsarchiv- Kriegsarchiv in Vienna (2007).
Research activities: processing and data analyses of old maps, cartography
|Dr Tomáš Mildorf – mildorf [at] kgm.zcu.cz
A project manager at the Department of Geomatics. Tomáš is responsible for writing applications into the H2020 programme and other funding schemes and coordinating projects at the department. He is an experienced manager of large EU projects with more than 15 partners (e.g. Plan4all or SDI4Apps) as well as an evaluator of EU projects at the Commission. He was involved in numerous EU projects including Plan4business, OpenTransportNet, DataBio and AFarCloud. Tomáš did a traineeship at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Ispra (Italy) – Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Spatial Data Infrastructure Unit (2007-2008).
Tomáš is the chairman of the Plan4all association (UWB is a founding member of Plan4all). He is a reviewer of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and an editorial board member of the International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era.
Research activities: Infrastructures for spatial information, geospatial terminology and standardisation.