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Already for the twenty-first time, Siemens Czech Republic is going to award talented students, scientists and educators from technical and scientific disciplines. Hundreds of thousands of crowns will be awarded to the best. Works and projects can be submitted until 25 November.
The possibility to additionally apply to the Czech Technical University in Prague is offered to the applicants to the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, the Faculty of Architecture, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Transportation Technology and the Faculty of Civil Engineering.

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The 9th anniversary of the FELFEST festival was held at the Vítězne náměstí in Prague on Wednesday, 13 June. Visitors could see interesting exhibits that were created at the Faculty of Electrical Egineering and listen to performances of professional and student bands.
CTU has been presented as whole at the 15th Prague Museum Night at the National Technical Museum on the night of 9 to 10 June. It was the second most visited museum, with more than 10,000 visitors during the evening and throughout the night. As part of the event, the Faculty of Architecture in Dejvice was also accessible.
The following year of the University rowing boats race took place at Rašínovo nábřeží in Prague on Friday, 8 June. The CTU team won the Primátorky competition for the sixth time in a row. The triumph is credited to the crew consisting of Jiří Kopáč, Jan Hájek, Jiří Vaněk, Milan Bruncvík, Vít Šantrůček, Martin Basl, Jakub Paroulek, Jan Zavadil and the helmsman Tereza Paroulková.
Professor of Building Physics at the University of Innsbruck and founder of the Passivhaus Institut in Darmstadt, Wolfgang Feist, visited the University Center of Energy-Efficient Buildings of the CTU with a lecture entitled "Results of 25 Years Passivhouse Accompanying Research," during which he shared the results of twenty-five years of research and development of energy passive houses.
The Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies organized the third annual Albín Bráf Conference on 30 May, this time in an international format. The opportunity to present the results of their work and to publish in the peer-reviewed proceedings was also provided by the students; financial rewards for the best contributions were given to Henrik Wagner of TU Braunschweig, Alice Blažková from the CTU Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, Tomáš Havel from the CTU Faculty of Transportation Technology and Erik Poláček from Silesian University.