The biggest and most anticipated event for children's enthusiasts for robotics, sponsored by FEE CTU and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, is coming soon. In the Robot Competition 2023, pupils of upper primary schools and the corresponding grades of multi-year grammar schools will measure their strength in the competitive discipline: who can build the best robot.
The hunger for graduates of computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering from CTU on the labour market continues unabated. The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME) of CTU and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) of CTU in Prague are meeting companies by organizing the second year of the Career Days. The two-day event, which will include an accompanying professional programme, will take place on 28 and 29 March 2023 at the premises of both faculties in Dejvice.
A topic for a final project or for a semester project, a work brigade, an internship or a job after graduation – students can find any of these at the COFIT Careers Fair, at which about 60 IT companies and the Faculty’s laboratories will present themselves. Students can find how to look for a work opportunity during their studies, and can get information about the Industrial PhD study programme. In addition, they will be able to take advantage of professional counseling from the CTU Careers Center, or consult their ideas for a start-up with experienced mentors.
Our AI and cybersecurity research laboratory will participate in the global program for open-source programming this summer. Apply to improve your coding skills and work on real-world problems!
The second edition of the student conference is approaching. Undergraduate, engineering and PhD students can now submit papers in the field of sensors, systems and measurements. The conference will take place on June 15-16 June 2023 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU. Applications can be submitted until April 14th.


On Tuesday 14. 3. 2023, students of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences of CTU in Prague had an opportunity to meet Daniel Herman, honorary consul of the principality of Liechtenstein in the Czech Republic.
The European Mathematical Society (EMS) has established the EMS Young Academy (EMYA) to support young researchers in mathematics. The organisation consists of Ph.D. students and recent Ph.D. graduates. It will have a total of 120 members, who will be elected successively for four-year terms. Each year, there is an election in which a quarter of the members is elected. This year, RNDr. Zdeněk Mihula, Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU, is among the first ever thirty mathematicians who received a mandate.
On 10 March, sixty high school students arrived at the Become an AI Expert for a Day event held at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU. The participants visited four laboratories where teachers and PhD students from the CTU Faculty of Electrical Engineering presented AI research projects and the students tried out various practical tasks.
On Tuesday, March 14th, music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonín Dvořák rang out in the Bethlehem Chapel in the traditional CTU Spring Concert.
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering has concluded an agreement with Insane Business Ideas s.r.o. on cooperation in the innovation and educational project Caelestinus organized by Insane Business Ideas s.r.o. with the aim of supporting the development of Czech startups in the field of technology in medicine and healthcare.