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Affiliation:Professor of Computer Science, Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republik
Research Interests:Quantum information processing, Foundations of Informatics, Parallel automata, Descriptional complexity
Publication activities:Over 100 papers, books, lecture notes and proceedings.
Courses taught (currently):Quantum computing, Randomized algorithms, Cryptography and cryptographic protoocols, Computation complexity, Communication networks, Kolmogorov complexity.
International Science Positions:Member of program committees over 45 international conferences, EATCS Council member (1985-91), Founding chair of IFIP Specialist Group on Foundations of Computer Science.
Visiting Positions:3 years --- University of Hamburg; 2 years --- University of Minnessota (Minneapolis); 8 months --- University of Nice (Sophia Antipolis); 6 months --- Fridrich Schiller University (Jena), University of Waterloo; 4 months --- University of Hamburg (2x), University of Salerno, University of Viena, Technical University of Vienna; 3 months --- University of Paris 6, Ecole Normale Superieure Lyon, University of Karlsruhe,....
Science Positions (recent):Member of the scientific boards of Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Commenius University (Bratislava); Member of the Commitee for mathematics and informatics of Czech granting agency.
Awards (recent):1995 --- IFIP Silver Core; 1996 --- IEEE Computer Pioneer Award; 1997 --- Golden Medal of Masaryk University; 1999 --- Award of Rektor of Masaryk University for special achievemnets; 1999 --- Medal of first degree of Czech Ministry of Education.
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