Libor Špaček
Centre for Machine Perception, Department of Cybernetics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University
Karlovo namesti 13, 121 35 Praha, Czech Republic.
Room G9, tel:+420 2 2435 5760, fax:+420 2 2435 7385, e-mail: spacek AT fel.cvut.cz
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Main Interests:

Selected Publications (pdf)


Delivered invited research seminars at: Cambridge University, University of Oxford, King's College London University, University of Surrey, Czech Technical University in Prague, Technical University of Brno, Technical University of Graz, University of Essex, IBM (UK) Research Centre, GEC Hirst Research Laboratory, British Telecom, British Petroleum, University of New Mexico, University of Brisbane, University of New South Wales, University of Melbourne, University of Tasmania, University of Auckland, University of Christchurch, University of Otago, and others.

Supervised: seven PhD students in the fields of Face Recognition, Computer Vision and Robotics.


  • Libor's Vision Library (LVL)
  • Term Rewriting (Functional) Programming: The Pure Programming Language
  • Vision Software Open Repository (ViSOR): Outline (pdf)
  • Professional Services

    Teaching Summary

    During the last four years I have designed and taught the following courses: Professional Development and Practice, Undergraduate Group Project, Postgraduate Group Project, Intelligent Problem Solving, Robot Programming, Introduction to Computer Vision, Advanced Computer Vision, Visual Guidance for Robotics, and Sensor Signal Processing.

    In earlier years I designed and taught new postgraduate courses on: artificial intelligence (three separate courses based on seminars, projects, and lectures), logic programming, machine learning, neural networks, computer vision, human perception, robotics (several different courses), and image and signal processing.

    Human Languages - fluent: English, Czech, get by: Slovak, Italian, understand some: German, Russian, French.
    Computer Languages (used and/or taught in the past): Fortran, Cobol, Algol, Algol68, Assembler, Lisp, BCPL, C, Prolog, Java, PHP, Python, Pure.

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