Jiří Trdlička was born in South of Czech Republic in 1980 and spent his childhood in Třeboň. He received his master degree in Electrical Engineering and Cybernetics (with Honors) from the Czech Technical University in Prague in 2005 and his Ph.D. degree in Control Engineering and Robotics in 2012.
From 2005 to 2011, Jiří Trdlička was working as a research worker at the Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Czech Technical University. From 2006 to 2009 he participated on European project FRESCOR and from 2010 to 2011 he participated as co-author and main researcher on GAČR research project P103/10/0850.
In 2006, he spent three months at the KTH in Stockholm, Electrical Engineering - Automatic Control Laboratory, where he was cooperating with Mikael Johansson on Real-Time Routing problems for Sensor Networks. In 2008, he has been a member of organizing committee of the international conference ECRTS 2008.
His teaching activity on the Czech Technical University includes Logic Control Theory, PLCs Control Systems, Industrial Distributed and Communication Systems and Combinatorial Optimization. He acted as a supervisor of several students projects mainly in areas of Industrial Control and Sensor Networks. (Including English speaking classes and students)
The research of Jiří Trdlička was mainly focused on the Convex Optimization theory and on the Sensor Networks.
From 2009 to 2011, Jiří Trdlička was working as a consultant and certified lecturer at the PROFIBUS Competence and Training center for Czech Republic, where he lectured several certified PROFIBUS trainings, several public presentations and participated on several audits and health-checks for PROFIBUS communication systems.
Since 2011, he is working at Neovision s.r.o. on research and development position responsible for EU projects De-Montes, CloPeMa and ALAS. Simultaneously he is working on development in area of control systems and robotics.