is the author of a number of commercially successful hardware devices in the field of computer networks. He has been involved in hardware acceleration of algorithms using FPGA technology for a long time. As an author and team leader, he participated in the creation of one of the first 100 Gb accelerator cards, which won the “Czech head” award in the Industry category. He also works at Brno University of Technology and is one of the founding fathers of Netcope Technologies and Flowmon Networks, which was bought by Kemp in 2020
has participated on several projects in which FPGA technology was utilized. He led teams of other researchers and developers and won several prestigious awards in collaboration with commercial entities. These are, for example, the award for the “Best cooperation” from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic or the award of the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic for using the results of a research project directly in practice by state security forces. He co-founded the spin-off company RehiveTech, which is active in the field of embedded devices for the Internet of Things.
has many years of experience in solving and managing research and application projects focused mainly on FPGA acceleration technology. As part of his work as an assistant professor at Brno University of Technology and also as a project manager in the CESNET association, he led groups of researchers and developers in the creation of project results, i.e. functional prototypes. In addition to practical implementation activities, he is also the author of research articles presented at international scientific conferences often published in impact journals. He has also received several prestigious awards for his professional activities, including the Josef Hlávka Award, the Werner von Siemens Award and the Minister of the Interior Award
is in charge of recruiting new developers and their further professional development within the company. He focuses on hardware acceleration of algorithms using FPGA technology. Among others, he gained experience in this field at the University of Cambridge and the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. Within the CESNET association, he participated on a number of projects focused on the acceleration of packet processing in high-speed computer networks, the results of which were successfully commercialized. He is involved in digital circuit design and FPGA technology courses at Brno University of Technology.
is responsible for the design of hardware components and selection of suitable technologies He has been involved for a long time in hardware acceleration of algorithms using FPGA technology. He is the author of a number of unique technologies that have been applied in practice. His specializations include the synthesis of circuits from higher programming languages (C / C ++). He also works at BUT as a lecturer in subjects focused on the design of digital systems and is one of the founding fathers of Netcope Technologies and Flowmon Networks, which was bought by Kemp in 2020.
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