doc. Dr. Ing. Jan Černocký


Curriculum vitae

Person Identification
  • Dr. Ing. Jan Černocký
  • Brno University of Technology, Institute of Radioelectronics
    Purkynova 118, 61200 Brno, Czech Republic
    tel: +420-5-41.149.145, fax: +420-5-41.149.244,
Employment Position
  • assistant professor
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 1995 - 98: Joint Czech-French doctoral fellowship at the Institute of Radioelectronics, VUT Brno, and Department of Signals and Telecommunications, ESIEE Paris, France. Directors: Vladimir Sebesta (VUT Brno), Gerard Chollet (ENST Paris). Thesis: "Speech Processing Using Automatically Derived Segmental Units: Applications to Very Low Rate Coding and Speaker Verification" defended at Orsay University (France) on December 18, 1998, with honors and congratulations of jury.
  • 1994 - 95: DEA (Diplome d'Etudes Approfondies) at the University Paris XI, Faculty of Sciences, Orsay, France. Specialty "Signal processing and Sensors". DEA finished in September 95 with "very good" evaluation, ranking 2nd in the specialty.
  • 1993 - 94: Post-graduate studies at the Institute of Radioelectronics, VUT Brno.
  • 1988 - 93: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (FEI) of VUT Brno. Studies finished with a "red diploma" (award for excellent results throughout the 5 years) and the Electrical engineer (Ing.) degree.
Employment Summary
  • Oct. 1997 - now: Assistant professor at the Institute of Radioelectronics VUT Brno.
  • Sept. 1994 - Sept. 1997: Technical staff at the Institute of Radioelectronics VUT Brno.
  • June - July 1993: Part-time research and development engineer, SECMAT N.T., La Verriere, France.
Pedagogical Activities
  • Analysis and Synthesis of Speech Signals (VUT Brno)
  • Systems, Processes and Signals (VUT Brno)
  • Speech signal processing P124 (FI MU)
Scientific and Research Activities
  • SPEECHDAT-E: Creation of East-European Speech Databases for Voice Driven Teleservices. Inco-Copernicus Project. Coordinator for the Czech.
  • Signal processing laboratory: Creation of speech and signal processing lab at the Inst. of Radioelectronics, financed by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic. Project leader prof. Vladimir Sebesta.
Academical Stays
  • 3/1993-7/1993, France, ESIEE Paris, diploma work
  • 9/1994-7/1998, France, Univ. Paris-Sud/ESIEE, DEA, and 3 times 6 months within the Czech-French PhD "en co-tutelle".
  • 2/2001-9/2001, USA, Oregon Graduate Inst., post-doc research internship Anthropic Speech Processing Group
Extrauniversity Activities
  • Erasmus-Socrates, coordination of students and staff exchange between VUT Brno and ESIEE Paris


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