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Enrolment of students to the summer semester 2022/2023

Ing. Helena Šislerová

25.01.23 03.03.23
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

11.01.23 26.02.23
Christmas Scholarship for Students-Parents
Even this year we will grant extraordinary Christmas scholarships for students-parents who take care of their child or children.

prof. Mgr. Petr Páta, Ph.D.

17.12.22 31.12.22
Information for students who have registered for the state final examination in the winter term for the academic year 2022/2023

Ing. Helena Šislerová

14.12.22 10.02.23
Call for Development projects of academic staff and students 2023

Ing. Romana Pikulová, Ph.D.

08.12.22 06.01.23
Dean's Award for prestigious dissertation awarded

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

10.11.22 23.11.22
Registration for the final state examination in the winter semester of the academic year 2022/2023

Ing. Helena Šislerová

31.10.22 30.11.22
Pre-registration for the academic year 2022/2023 summer semester

Ing. Helena Šislerová

31.10.22 18.11.22
The interactive installation Forum Robotum attracted 24,000 visitors to the Signal Festival at the FEE CTU
On October 13–16, the tenth Signal Festival took place on several locations in Prague. For the first time, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague also participated with the Forum Robotum installation. During the four visiting days, it attracted an incredible 24,000 people of all ages, which makes the event one of the biggest popularization activities of the faculty in recent years. It is clear that the common future of humans and robots is a topic that moves society!

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

31.10.22 28.02.23
Elections to the Academic Senate of CTU and Academic Senate of FEE
The elections to the Academic Senate CTU (AS CTU) and to the Academic Senate FEE (AS FEE) will take place on November 22 and November 23, 2022. In the AS CTU election, five representatives of the FEE are elected to the AS CTU, three members of academic staff and two students. In the AS FEE election, five representatives of students are elected by students for two-year terms. Candidates can submit their candidature until October 31, 2022, 23:59 CET.

Ing. Jakub Svatoš, Ph.D.

20.10.22 23.11.22
How do robots see the world? FEE CTU presents the interactive light installation Forum Robotum at Signal Festival
On October 13–16, 2022, the tenth edition of Signal Festival will take place in several locations in Prague. For the first time, CTU’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering will also take part with the interactive Forum Robotum installation on Charles Square. The work was co-created by researchers, students and external artists. Visitors can look forward to a unique audiovisual experience with interactive elements. Over the course of four evenings, a robotic zoo will show, how robots perceive the world around them, what their magnetic field sounds like and how they react to people in real-time. Forum Robotum is an opportunity to experience what the future of robots and humans might look like

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

04.10.22 16.10.22
Teachers for the student survey for the summer semester 2020/2021

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

01.09.22 08.10.22
Jeff Frolik will be a Fulbright Scholar 2022 at the FEL of the Czech Technical University in Prague
Professor Jeff Frolik received the position of Fulbright Scholar at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. His four-month residency will begin in September 2022. Professor Frolik currently works at the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Vermont, where he works on wireless communication, sensor networks, and distributed control algorithms.

Mgr. René Kujan

29.08.22 29.12.22
FEE at the Central European Scout Jamboree 2022
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering was part of the supporting programme at the Central European Jamboree 2022. We contributed to the programme of the 15th Scouting event with a soldering workshop, a mobile robot demonstration and a Van de Graaff generator. Tropical temperatures prevailed, but the atmosphere was friendly and welcoming

Ing. Aleš Górecki

15.08.22 15.12.22
Vědafest 2022 - a look back
At the beginning of summer, the 10th edition of the outdoor science laboratory for the general public - Vědafest 2022 - took place. The beautiful sunny weather attracted over 15 thousand people from schoolchildren, students and the general public

Ing. Aleš Górecki

03.08.22 03.12.22
A major shutdown of the faculty's computer systems
The outage will start on Thursday, July 21, at 8:00. Restoration of service availability will be gradual. The outage is expected to end on Friday, July 22. In case of unexpected complications, the outage may be extended until Saturday, July 23.

Ing. Martin Samek

04.07.22 25.07.22
Robodog with robotic hand embarked on his first mission into the underground labyrinth. There he made a digital 3D map of Prague's collectors
The unique set of wheeled, tracked, flying and walking robotic systems at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague has been expanded by two SPOT robots with a robotic arm. The SPOTs from Boston Dynamics arrived at Charles Square a few weeks ago, so the team of roboticists and computer scientists is still getting acquainted with them. However, one of them has already had its first test run.

Ing. Jan Sláma

28.06.22 30.09.22
Enrolment of students to the winter semester 2022/2023

Ing. Helena Šislerová

30.05.22 30.09.22
The third phase of the disk array upgrade

Ing. Martin Samek

25.05.22 30.05.22
The second phase of the disk array upgrade

Ing. Martin Samek

23.05.22 23.05.22
The students' survey for the summer semester 2021/2022 open

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

19.05.22 07.09.22
FEL disk array upgrade

Ing. Martin Samek

09.05.22 12.05.22
Labs Can Move Back Home or to the Dorms. Students of the CTU Faculty of Electrical Engineering Have Been Given a Unique Teaching Tool
Teachers of the Department of Control Engineering of CTU FEL developed and provided students with home robotic laboratory sets. Thanks to a special teaching robot, the demanding subject of Automatic Control, including lectures, exercises and laboratories, can now be studied completely remotely. The concept of a home lab, which only a few top universities in the world are experimenting with in this field, came about during the lockdown. Currently, the department is also deploying robots in standard semester classes and is about to test their use across the entire Cybernetics and Robotics study programme.

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.04.22 30.06.22
Registration for the final state examination in the summer semester of the academic year 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

04.04.22 30.04.22
Project AutoFair Receives 3,8 Million Euros From the EU
We are coordinating the big EU-funded research project in fair artificial intelligence. Ethical aspects of AI systems lie at the center of the AutoFair project –⁠ its aim is the development of explainable and transparent algorithms.

Ing. Jan Sláma

28.03.22 18.06.22
The eForce FEE Formula Student Team of Faculty of Electrical Engineering Succeeded in Cambridge
The eForce team at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, which works on development and design of electric formula racing cars and autonomous electric formula racing cars, presented at the University of Cambridge in the UK from 16 to 19 March 2022. Representatives of the team gave a series of nine lectures and workshops on specific topics related to formula design for the local Full Blue Racing student team at the Department of Engineering (DoE).

Ing. Jan Sláma

21.03.22 21.05.22
Video: Drones From the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Are Mapping the Church of St. Moritz in Olomouc
Unmanned helicopters with on-board intelligence, or robotic drones, are helping the conservationists during the restoration of the St. Moritz Church in Olomouc. They have been developed by the Multirobotic Systems group from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEL) as part of a unique project called Dronument (Dron&Monument) supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and in cooperation with the National Heritage Institute (NHI).

Ing. Jan Sláma

16.03.22 31.07.22
Support for students from Ukraine

Ing. Jan Sláma

24.02.22 31.05.22
Teachers for the student survey for the winter semester 2021/2022

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

21.02.22 14.03.22
EuroTeQ Teaching Fund
The EuroTeQ Teaching Fund supports teachers at the EuroTeQ partner universities in the realization of digital teaching projects in cooperation with European partners. If you are interested to build high-quality digital (online) or hybrid study and qualification offers as part of our EuroTeQ Campus and joint Course Catalogue, we look forward to fund your innovative teaching project in 2022.

Ing. Jan Sláma

16.02.22 12.03.22
Results of the draw of the student survey for the winter semester 2021/2022

14.02.22 24.03.22
Together with Charles University and the Army of the Czech Republic we are investigating the probability of survival of people buried by an avalanche
For many years, the team of prof. Ing. Karel Roubík, Ph.D., from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, CTU (FBMI) has been studying respiration, gas exchange and the probability of survival of a person buried in avalanche snow. CTU The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport of Charles University and the Czech Army also cooperate in the research.

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.02.22 23.04.22
A thousand tons by one hand. Nature Materials has published a paper on a “superlubricant” discovered at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
An international team led by the Advanced Materials Group at the Department of Control Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Mengzhou Liao, Paolo Nicolini, Victor Claerbout, Tomáš Polcar) has taken advantage of the unique properties of so-called two-dimensional materials and measured the lowest coefficient of friction to date: one millionth. With such low friction, it would theoretically be possible to move an object weighing a thousand tonnes with just one hand. The work was published in the prestigious Nature Materials journal in January 2022.

Ing. Jan Sláma

31.01.22 30.06.22
EuroTeQ Collider project
The EuroTeQ Engineering University strives to promote collaboration between six strong Universities of Technology and 45 associated partners, fostering the European spirit in innovative engineering education across Europe. The EuroTeQ project has started in November 2021 and coordinated many existing learning offers to students across six campuses. In 2022, a new challenge-based learning format, the EuroTeQ Collider, will be developed and offered at each EuroTeQ location.

Ing. Jan Sláma

29.01.22 26.02.22
Replacement of the root certificate of eduroam
On Monday, January 24th, the root certificate of eduroam will be replaced. Depending on your client configuration, the service may stop working.

Ing. Jiří Cejp

22.01.22 07.02.22
Faculty of Electrical Engineering introduced Nanolaboratory, a laboratory for nanoelectric technologies for 40 million CZK
The new laboratory will satisfy the demand of Czech companies for experts in the design and implementation of semiconductor chips.

Ing. Jan Sláma

20.01.22 31.07.22
Enrolment of students to the summer semester 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

17.01.22 25.02.22
D⟨AI⟩DALOS – AI as a New Frontier for Journalism: Where to Find Value in Tech-Driven Journalism
Third event of the D⟨AI⟩DALOS discussion series on AI research and social responsibility.

Ing. Jan Sláma

10.01.22 19.01.22
An instrument from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is now testing 5G networks thanks to cooperation with CETIN
Demands for data connectivity, especially for wireless connectivity anytime, anywhere, are constantly increasing. Data communication parameters must be tested and measured. This can be done using a device called F-Tester® developed at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEL), which can now also measure 5G networks.

Ing. Jan Sláma

05.01.22 19.03.22
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

05.01.22 20.02.22
Alumna Kamila Babayeva awarded by the the prof. Vlček scholarship
Prague public universities involved in the Study in Prague project, which aims to jointly promote programs in foreign languages, on Friday, December 3, awarded an Extraordinary Scholarship of prof. Miroslav Vlček to international degree students. The ceremony took place in the Residence of the Mayor of the Prague City Hall, which was lent to the consortium by the Mayor of Prague Zdeněk Hřib.

Ing. Jan Sláma

04.01.22 28.02.22