Around 50 Czech and Slovak scientists participating in the ATLAS experiment at the CERN International Science Center will meet at the ATLAS CZ + SK 2019 two-day working meeting at Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering in Prague on 24 and 25 June. In addition to presenting the results achieved and the mutual exchange of experience, it will include a lecture addressed to the wider public, within which ATLAS scientists will present and emphasize the role and results of Czech and Slovak researchers. The lecture for the public will take place on Monday from 8.30 am.
Students and PhD students can sign up for the 22nd year of the Werner von Siemens Award 2019 by 30 November.


Seven professors from CTU took over the professorial appointment decrees at the Great Assembly Hall of Karolinum on 20 June
Scientists and students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering once again managed to get to the finals of the prestigious international robotics competition Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC), which takes place in the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi. The CTU team, cooperating with leading university robotic workplaces in Pennsylvania and New York, advanced to the finals of the competition from more than 200 registered teams from around the world, giving them great chances for a total of $ 45 million worth of prizes.
In Cambodia, an expert team from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Biomedical Technology, works with the support of the Czech Development Agency. For the first time in history, an educational field of Biomedical Engineering has been established here. The project was initiated by the Cambodian Ministry of Health itself, which recognized the need for this kind of study field to be established at the universities there. A team of scientists from the FBMI CTU under the guidance of Professor Karel Roubík was asked for help. Five years ago, Professor Roubík was behind a very successful project to introduce this promising and rapidly developing field in South American Columbia at Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga.
This year, CTU again presented itself at the National Technical Museum, where it presented its interactive exhibits and projects as part of the 16th Prague Museum Night. Visitors of all ages could discover themselves that studying science and technology at CTU in Prague can not only be interesting, but also useful for society. We introduced technical innovations, project presentations and attractions to see elsewhere than on campus.
On 7 June, another year of the academic champion title - University Eights - took place at the riverside of Rašínovo nábřeží. The 8+ rowing boats with Cox (helmsman) composed of students of individual Czech and foreign universities presented themselves at an unconventional distance of 1,000 meters. The race took place within the Primatorky rowing race and the CTU team managed to defend the primacy for the seventh time in a row out of nine. The CTU male crew: Jan Hájek, Albert Caban, Jakub Paroulek, Martin Basl, Jiří Kopáč, Vit Šantrůček, Vojtěch Dědek, Jan Zavadil and Tereza Andrlová as the Cox.