This section of the personal website is dedicated to my curriculum vitae. For additional information, feel free to contact me at tomas [at] slama [dot] dev, and to browse through my GitHub profile.

Also, here is an up-to-date PDF version (neatly typeset in TeX\TeX), if you’re interested.



Heidelberg University [website], Germany
I'm getting my master's degree in Computer Science at the University of Heidelberg.


Charles University [website], Czech Republic
I got my bachelor's degree in Computer Science at the Charles University, with a specialization in Theoretical computer science (see Projects section for thesis).


Westtown School [website], USA
I received an ASSIST scholarship (as one of the 4 people from the Czech Republic in 2017) to study at the Westtown private boarding school for one academic year.


Turnov Grammar School [website], Czech Republic



System administrator at the Charles University
My responsibilities included network and server management, handling of software/hardware issues, implementation of internal faculty services and more at the department of Applied Mathematics of the Charles University.


Vex EDR programming lecturer at the Turnov Educational Center
As a part of a government grant, I wrote a textbook [PDF] about Vex EDR programming, which I used to introduce programming and robotics to high-school students.



Clis and Cled (2021–2022, Python + C#) [whitepaper]
Tools for automatic climbing hold scanning and virtual route editing. This includes an Arduino-powered turntable which automatically takes pictures and converts them to 3D models, along with a cross-platform editor to place them on the wall.


Florodoro (2021, Python) [GitHub]
A pomodoro timer that grows randomized plants while you're studying.

Grafátko (2019–2020, Python) [GitHub]
An app for creating and visualizing graphs and graph-related algorithms.


Robotics Simplified (2018–19, Python) [website] [GitHub] [whitepaper]
A website for learning about robotics in a simple and intuitive way.

FRC Robot Codebase (2017–18, Java) [website] [GitHub] [whitepaper]
I was the lead programmer and driver for the FRC team 1391, implementing the robot code for that year. We reached the world championships in Detroit and received the Innovation in Control Award for my robot's autonomous code.



Czech (native) and English (bilingual)


– creating YouTube videos about Computer Science (see my videos)
– organizing CS-oriented camps and seminars (KSP, ProTab)
– photography (see my photos)
– rock climbing (see me climb), snowboarding, slacklining