The Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) would like to invite you to the CTU Academic Orchestra concert titled JEWELS OF CZECH AND WORLD MUSIC, which will be held at the Trinity College Chapel on April 27, 2019 from 7:30 p.m.


In the academic year 2019/2020, the Czech-American government scholarship program will send a total of 15 students to the US, among them Šárka Malošíková from the Institute of Design II at Faculty of Architecture. At the University of Colorado in Denver, she will examine and research the design-build projects that students not only design but also build. She is the fourth doctoral student of Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague, who has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright-Masaryk scholarship.
In cooperation with 1st Cloud Republic, CTU launched a student project this spring, giving students a unique opportunity to take part in testing an online project with sociological impact. Indeed, Common Tongue is the first product to be gradually transferred to exclusive ownership by the community of users through the Crowdstarter platform. The result will be a self-sufficient alternative to existing corporate cloud projects. Internet users who care how their data is handled in applications will be given the opportunity to take the situation into their own hands. The Crowdstarter platform is currently being tested in collaboration with CTU students.
The Czech Republic belongs to the elite club of world manufacturers of turboprop engines. The history began in the 1970s, when the M601 turboprop engine flew for the first time on the wings of the legendary L-410 aircraft. Now, the history continues. The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague has begun the trial operation of its new, state-of-the-art propeller testing station for aircraft engines located in Hradec Králové. On 9 April, the test turboprop engine was launched for the first time, and on 10 April, the engine's idle speed was reached, a key milestone in reviving the test room. CTU plans to launch a full-scale testing within the joint research of turboprop engines with GE Aviation Czech in May.
The system, which allows family houses to use more than 80 percent of the required energy from renewable sources, was jointly developed by scientists from the University Center for Energy Efficient Buildings at CTU in Prague and Regulus heating experts. The system for supplying the building with heat, cold and electricity combines a heat pump, photovoltaic panels and a seasonal accumulator located under the foundations of the house.
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in cooperation with the Society for Radiobiology and Crisis Planning of the Czech Medical Association of Jan Evangelista Purkyně organized an expert conference ‘Current Possibilities of Medical Facilities in Solving Extraordinary Events and Crisis Situations’ on 12 April. There were 19 lectures that were attended by the participants with great interest as they got acquainted with the current situation in the given issues in Prague's major hospitals (General Teaching Hospital, Central Military Hospital - Military University Hospital, Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, The Faculty Hospital Motol, Traumatology Hospital Brno).