bioWES team position: Head of bioWES project
Petr Cisar obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in cybernetics at the Faculty of applied sciences, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic in the field of automatic visual speech recognition. Petr Cisar worked as a research engineer for the private company Honeywell s.r.o. from 2006 until 2009. He is one of the inventors of the patents in the field of alarm management and networking of image processing tools. Since 2009, he has been working for the University of South Bohemia as a researcher. His research interest is image analysis of cell cycle and design of experiment. Petr Cisar became the director of the Institute of complex systems in 2012.
Laboratory head, Laboratory of Experimental Complex Systems FFPW and CENAKVA, University of South Bohemia. Earlier postdoctoral fellow and research engineer at Lund University, Sweden. Research topics: experimental complex system, instrument development, systems biology, technology transfer
bioWES team position: bioWES software/plug-in developer
Jan Urban has obtained his M.Sc. in cybernetics in 2005, and his Ph.D. in biophysics in 2010. He experienced several abroad stays: Norway, Sweden, Austria, California and Grand Canaria. Since 2005 he has been working at University of South Bohemia in the field of systems theory, mainly in mass spectrometry, and image analysis. Laboratory head from 2014, Laboratory of signal and image processing, FFPW and CENAKVA, University of South Bohemia.
Aliaksander Pautsina obtained his M.Sc. in the field of Integrated Sensor Systems in 2005 and his Ph.D. in Biophysics in 2016. Currently, he is working as a post-doctoral research associate at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, USA. In his research, he is dealing with fish and crayfish behaviour monitoring and biomonitoring systems development.
Ing. Bc. Renata Rychtáriková, Ph.D.
bioWES team position: bioWES tester
Renata Rychtáriková obtained her M.Sc. in the field of Food Preservation and Meat Technology at the Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2006. She received a Ph.D. degree in biotechnology at the Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals AS CR in 2011. Nowadays, she is working as a postdoctoral fellow in the Laboratory of Applied System Biology FFPW USB, Czech Republic. In her present research, she is dealing with the living cell microscopy.
bioWES team position: tester
Ph.D. student of the Institute of the Complex System since 2011. Investigation the behaviour of complex self-organising systems by means of searching the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction with followed constructing the adequate mathematical model, which is based mainly on for the information theory of mutifractal objects and the development of point information gain. Developed method of analysis could be used for more complicated objects such as living cells to predict their response on the changes in environmental conditions on their evolution.
bioWES team position: technician
Programming, web design, electronic devices design, algae cultivation.
Pavel Souček obtained his M. Sc. in the field of Electronics & communication and security technology in transport at University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic, in 2003. He worked as a technician in Institute of Microbiology of Academy of Science in Třeboň till 2014. Now he works as a technician in Laboratory of Signal and Image Processing.
bioWES team position: bioWES tester
Experience: tutorials, presentations, software testing.
Antonín Bárta works as an assistant/technician at Institute of Complex Systems from 2014. He is part of Laboratory of Signal and Image Processing and cooperate on bioWES developing.