November Talks, the November lectures at Faculty of Architecture of the CTU, will offer a new perspective on the future of cities. The series will be launched on 7 November by Winy Maas, founder of MVRDV and currently a visiting professor at Faculty of Architecture. The lecture series, subtitled FUTURE(S) Time for a Change, will feature four international figures in architecture, urbanism and design who share a visionary and radical approach.
Since October, on the first Wednesday of every month, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (FBMI) together with CEEOR and IQVIA agencies organize a series of expert lectures Light to Health (or Data Heals) at National Technical Library (Technická 2710/6, Prague 6-Dejvice). These meetings are initiated by FBMI CzechHTA scientific team under the auspices of Dean of the Faculty, Prof. MUDr. Jozef Rosina, Ph.D., MBA.


The final presentations of the projects created within the EuroTeQ Collider course took place at Faculty of Civil Engineering on 14 November. The assignment itself came from the industrial partners of the EuroTeQ alliance and the proposed topics were linked to the "Leave no Waste Behind" challenge. The jury was most impressed by the projects "ComSIC"; Optimising placement of combined charging lights in the city, "A New Life for Waste Heat" and "Optimum Recycle".
17th November. Not only the Day of the Struggle for Freedom and Democracy, but after a long break, also the International Student Day, which has been recognised in the Czech Republic for several years.
Rector of CTU in Prague doc. Vojtěch Petráček attended a commemorative event at Hlávka dormitory on Thursday 17th November, where he delivered a speech.
The JUNIOR STAR Grants, awarded by the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (GA ČR) on 4 November 2022, are intended to promote excellence in budding outstanding scientists. This will enable two scientists from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Ing. Jakub Cikhardt, Ph.D. from the Department of Physics and Ing. Robert Pěnička, Ph.D. from the Department of Cybernetics, to fund their basic research projects, which are expected to have a significant scientific impact on a global scale, over the next five years.
The audio guide contains original sound recordings and memories of direct participants of the parade from Prague's Albertov to Národní třída. Anyone can directly follow the steps of the students who started the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia.