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Photo gallery: Career Days of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering CTU 2024

Six thousand students, one hundred companies, two faculties - this is a brief list of the third edition of the Career Days organized by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of CTU and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU in their premises on the Dejvice campus on 9 and 10 April 2024.

The main partners of this year's Career Days were ČEZ, Škoda Auto, GE, Valeo, Rohde & Schwarz, Qminers, ÚJV and Altron. Recall the atmosphere of the intensive programme, which included company presentations, lectures, group and individual discussions and workshops. The author of the photos is Petr Neugebauer from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU.

48th Meetings with Music: Compositions by Bedřich Smetana performed by Jitka Čechová

The 48th Meeting with Music is dedicated to the work of Bedřich Smetana, a crucial Czech composer whose centenary of the birth we celebrate this year.  On Monday 15th at 18:30, Jitka Čechová will perform in the Zenger Auditorium on the CTU campus at Charles Square. Listeners can look forward to compositions like Macbeth and Witch, The Treasure of Melodies and much more. 

FEL entertained people with robots, Van de Graaff, soldering and VR applications at Comic-Con Prague

This year's Comic-Con Prague also featured a stand of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU! Our researchers and students presented a VR application simulating the program on the International Space Station, four-legged and tracked robots and a technical-juggling show Data in Motion. Visitors could also get charged up with a Van de Graaff generator, try soldering, meet Spot the "robodog" or make an original badge! Soak up the atmosphere in our photo gallery! 

Photos: Kristýna Exnerová, Radovan Suk, Vojtěch Leischner, Martin Pecka, Šárka Loukotová Novotná 

Career Days of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of CTU will connect six thousand students with one hundred companies

The demand for graduates of CTU's computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering faculties on the labour market is unceasing. The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME) of CTU and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) of CTU in Prague are meeting the demand by organizing the third edition of the Career Days. The aim of the event, which will take place on 9th and 10th April 2024 at the premises of both faculties in Dejvice, is to enable direct contact of three and a half thousand students of the FEE and two and a half thousand students of the FME with employers of various sizes, from large Czech industrial giants to small progressive start-ups.

April Fool's Day: FEE CTU to be the first in the Czech Republic to replace lecturers with artificial intelligence

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU is always one step ahead. It is the first faculty in the Czech Republic to pilot the use of artificial intelligence in the educational process. Instead of lecturers, it will be avatars created by artificial intelligence who will give lectures. As a result, the lecturers will have more time to do research or supervise bachelor's and master's theses, while still being available to the students for seminars. From the new academic year 2024/2025, this technological solution will be extended to all courses.

America is looking for the perfect drone for firefighters. Drone developers from CTU's Faculty of Electrical Engineering will compete in the finals for $1 million

Affordable autonomously controlled aerial robot with precise positioning and high quality 3D digital mapping for first responding firefighting units intervening in cluttered building interiors. This is what the winning drone that emerges from the 3D Mapping Challenge/UAS 5.0 competition should look like. The Multirobotic Systems group from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at CTU succeeded in the semi-finals and advanced to the finals, which will take place April 9-11 in Kansas. A total of 11 teams that have passed the previous two rounds will compete for prizes worth a total of $987,500.

Students from the University of Warsaw take home the gold at the first European Programming Championship. CTU team is the best among Czech universities

The first ever European Programming Championship has its winners. Students from the University of Warsaw take home the gold in the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). The best of the Czech representatives, the CTU team, finished 25th out of 52 competitors in Sunday's final. The competition was hosted by the Czech Technical University from 22 to 24 March in Prague - Dejvice.

Semestrale exhibition started at the FEE, works of three female students were awarded at the opening

The work of students who have completed the Graphic Design and 3D Modelling courses in the winter semester can be viewed at the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction at the CTU Faculty of Engineering, Charles Square in Prague. The Semester exhibition started on Tuesday, March 19 with an opening ceremony, during which the three best student works were awarded. This year, the 24th edition of the exhibition took place.

Dozens of high school students enjoyed workshops with VR and robots at FEE

Sixty high school students arrived on Friday 8 March for the event Become an AI expert for a day at FEE CTU. They took part in practical exercises that introduced them to research on VR, robots, ethical pitfalls of artificial intelligence, but also the joy of "scientific DIY". 

📸 Petr Neugebauer

Werner von Siemens Awards 2024: The highest number of awards goes to students and supervisors from FEE CTU

The Czech branch of Siemens awarded the Werner von Siemens Prizes 2023 to the best students, young scientists, and teachers. The first place in the number of awards went to the Czech Technical University in Prague, with all six awards going to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the CTU. This is followed by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (5 winners) and Brno University of Technology (3 winners), Palacký University in Olomouc and Masaryk University (2 winners each), Charles University and the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice (1 winner each). The expert juries selected winners from 496 applications, 20 awardees shared one million crowns. Women accounted for 29% of the total entries and 25% of the prize winners. Along with the students, the supervisors and mentors of their work also received a prize.

From Dejvice to Davos, from Strahov to Stanford. How Marek Miltner used his eForce experience at world universities and meetings with world leaders

Marek Miltner, a computer science student at the time, says it helped him immensely when he started working on the eForce electric formula racing car. It was an opportunity where he could combine his core expertise with people who had completely different knowledge and collaborate on problems he had not normally encountered during his undergraduate studies. With the experience of interdisciplinary collaboration, he says, it is surprisingly easy to find yourself among the best in the world.

In addition to his PhD studies at the Department of Economics, Management and Humanities at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University, he regularly works in the USA at Stanford University, where he has a specialist supervisor for his dissertation that focuses on the role of artificial intelligence in sustainable energy transformation. He gives lectures on both sides of the ocean and was one of the Czech representatives at the World Economic Forum conference in Davos. "On the same day, I had the opportunity to have breakfast with the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, then to listen to a geopolitical lecture by Volodymyr Zelenskyy, to discuss the potential of nuclear construction in the Czech Republic with the South Korean Prime Minister over lunch, and to stand in line to get coffee with the Belgian King," recalls Ing. Marek Miltner, MPhil in an interview.

Acoustic shooting sensor or magnetic field display. Researchers from FEE CTU present technologies at Amper 2024

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU is part of the largest international trade fair for electrical engineering, automation, communication and security in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. At Amper 2024, which takes place from 19th to 21st March 2024 at the Brno Exhibition Centre, researchers will present technological solutions such as Define Instruments software, an acoustic gunshot sound detector, or a magnetic field display.

Sign up for Biosignal Challenge 2024: Sleep apnea detection

Sleep apnea, characterized by repetitive cycles of interrupted breathing, affects approximately 10 % of middle-aged adults, especially overweight or obese men. However, nearly 80 % of people with this disorder remain undiagnosed and untreated.

How to make your own mobile phone or frog alarm clock. The second year of the course at FEE CTU will be held in cooperation with the Maker Institute

The Cybernetics and Robotics study programme at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU has just opened the second year of a unique course How to Make (Almost) Anything. The concept of practical education in the field of digital manufacturing and rapid prototyping is not new; it has been promoted for many years by the prestigious American university MIT. The course leaders at the Prague FEE CTU have now teamed up with another DIY powerhouse - the Maker Institute, a non-profit platform that is an interdisciplinary project of CTU and VŠCHT universities.

FEE CTU joins the chain of lights for rare diseases

Every year on the last day of February, we commemorate the fate of people living with a rare disease all over the world. This day also belongs to all those who help them cope with their illness: their families, carers, friends, doctors, nurses and those who work in patient and other support organisations.