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Cyril Brom (head bear tamer)

Assistant professor at Charles University in Prague. Supervisor of rest of the people on this page. Thanks to his indepletible energy that he uses to motivate, coordinate, critize and supervise students, Pogamut project is where it is now.
Hobbies: Creating a neverending circle of comments and suggestions to your paper.
Contact: brom [at] ksvi [dot] mff [dot] cuni [dot] cz


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Jakub Gemrot

Project leader and a main programmer. With Rudolf Kadlec responsible for Pogamut Core and PogamutUT2004. Jakub is a PhD student at Charles University in Prague interested in virtual worlds, artificial intelligence and planning. Driven by his insatiable hunger for perfection, this human being is capable of extraordinary results in wide areas of themes.
Hobbies: Specification of architectures impossible to implement and then implementing them.
Contact: jakub [dot] gemrot [at] gmail [dot] com


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Rudolf Kadlec

Java programmer responsible for Pogamut NetBeans plugin. Rudolf is a PhD student at Charles University in Prague. Rudolf is interested in virtual worlds, aritificial intelligence and genetic programming. With Jakub they excel in designing universal all-inclusive architectures that nobody can understand.
Hobbies: Riding 100+ km on his bike followed by a hot bath and a decent Java programming.
Contact: rudolf [dot] kadlec [at] gmail [dot] com


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Michal Bída

UnrealScript programmer recently discovering the beauty of Java language. Michal is responsible for UnrealScript part of the Pogamut project. Michal is interested in virtual worlds, aritificial intelligence and artificial emotions. Apart of his occasional berserk rushes Michal is an absolutely normal human being.
Hobbies: Writing silly things about his colleagues so he has a good excuse why he is NOT programming.
Contact: michal [dot] bida [at] gmail [dot] com


Jan Havlíček

Java programmer responsible for Pogamut POSH plugin and 3D map. Jan is a MSc. student at Charles University in Prague. If you don't know how to do something in Java or NetBeans, Jan presents you several standard solutions to the problem and then explains why they all su.. ... I mean why they are not optimal.
Hobbies: Cracking and re-coding binary codes of the old PC games.
Contact: havlicek [dot] honza [at] gmail [dot] com

Ondřej Burkert

Java programmer responsible for Pogamut navigation code. Ondrej finished his studies at Charles University in Prague in 2009 and escaped to industry. However his interest in aritificial inteligence forces him to contribute time to time to our code base.
Hobbies: Swimming in the sea with mermaids with his two leg fin.
Contact: ondrej [dot] burkert [at] gmail [dot] com


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Tomáš Plch

C++ programmer working on Pogamut and HLA integration. Tomas is a PhD student at Charles University in Prague. He is interested in planning and agent coordination. Deadlines are affecting his performance in an exponential curve resulting in omitting his needs for food or sleep three or less days before a deadline.
Hobbies: Running and hiding in woods in khaki clothes with his paintball gun.
Contact: tomas [dot] plch [at] gmail [dot] com

Markéta Popelová

Great new addition in Pogamut developer ranks. She proved her talent with her bachelor thesis about steering techniques for IVAs (forcing the opponent to read 80 pages of text, but hey - the results were accepted on the conference!). We are looking forward to her future work.
Hobbies: Steering her boyfriend without his knowledge.
Contact: PopelovaM [at] seznam [dot] cz

Jakub Tomek

Another newcomer in our ranks. Jakub likes playing with bugs. There are rumours that some of his favourite kind - cockroaches - have escaped the NetLogo simulation and can be found running around in his kitchen.
Hobbies: Finding all the bugs in his code.
Contact: 8pyro8 [at] email [dot] cz

Martin Černý

Martin is interested in planning techniques and is working on procedural generation of planning tasks in UDK environment. So far his enthusiasm helped him to overcome all encountered issues, which cannot be said about the unfortunate bots trying to solve problems in the environment he designed.
Hobbies: Letting bots loose in the labyrinth WITHOUT the ball of wool
Contact: cerny [dot] m [at] gmail [dot] com

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Radim Vansa

Radim is studying his master at Charles University in Prague. He has proven his skills when he integrated several technologies finishing his educational project (Java, UnrealScript, UT2004).
Hobbies: Doing the right thing.
Contact: radim [dot] vansa [at] matfyz [dot] cz


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Radek Píbil

An adaptable programmer, currently working on Pogamut/DEFCON integration. Radek is studying his master at Charles University in Prague. Has incredible endurance in sustaining long conversations on wide areas of themes.
Hobbies: Flying around DeathStar in his X-Wing with his Logitech joystick.
Contact: black_hand [at] centrum [dot] cz


Josef Jirásek

An adaptable C++ programmer. Josef is studying his master at Charles University in Prague. His skills haven't gone unnoticed by the teachers and he already has his own C++ lectures.
Hobbies: Taking the programming to new frontiers.
Contact: jirasekjozef [at] gmail [dot] com


Michal Danilák

An adaptable programmer, currently working on Pogamut/planning engine integration. Michal is studying his master at Charles University in Prague. His insatiable hunger for gaming has recently caused him to start working for a game company.
Hobbies: Doing nasty things with his g/f on lectures.
Contact: mimino [dot] coder [at] gmail [dot] com

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Acknowledgement

This work is supported by GA UK 1053/2007/A-INF/MFF (2007-8), GA UK 351/2006/A-INF/MFF (2006-8), the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (grant MSM0021620838) (2008-9), by the Program "Information Society" under project 1ET100300517 (2006-9), and the project Integration of IT Tools into Education of Humanities (2006-8) and by the project CZ.2.17/3.1.00/31162, which are financed by the European Social Fund, the state budget of the Czech Republic, and by the budget of Municipal House Prague.