We focus on (a) Theoretical Computer Science including unconventional and bio-inspired computing (DNA computing, membrane computing - P systems), multi-agent systems and grammar systems; (b) Applied Computer Science: medical image processing, computer vision, robot and drone control and more. We are involved in editorial boards of several scientific journals, in programme committees and organization of many scientific meetings. We organized and chaired, e.g., the world conferences ECAL 2001 (Artificial Intelligence), DNA14 (2008, DNA computing) and CMC15 (2014, Membrane Computing), Workshop of Natural Computing (2020, 2021, ITAT).
Our research staff also participate in the Research Institute IT4Innovations, a partner of the National Supercomputing Center IT4Innovations. This partnership has allowed to create over 100 research results in the areas mentioned above, listed in the Web of Science, Scopus and RIV.
We collaborate worldwide with colleagues, e.g., at the University of Memphis (USA), University of Economics at Bratislava (Slovakia), Vienna University of Technology (Austria), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain), University of Western Ontario (Canada), Bucharest University (Romania), Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary), University of Turku (Finland) and many others.