Applicants who did not manage to submit applications for the regular admission procedure in time, or those who were not accepted in the regular procedure, still have a chance to study in the coming academic year 2021/2022 at these four faculties of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Researchers from the Testbed for Industry 4.0 at the CTU Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) have prepared an overview of summer internships offered to sophomore or older students at the CTU in Prague with an interest in cybernetics, robotics and informatics. This is a unique opportunity for students to gain practice and topics for bachelor's or master's theses as well as semester projects. All this directly in the environment of a modern scientific workplace, which this year is massively equipped with the latest technologies within the international RICAIP center.
In September 2020, CTU in Prague signed an agreement on research cooperation with the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Within the framework of this cooperation, the Rector of CTU doc. Vojtěch Petráček called for proposals for joint research projects for one-year implementation in the period from 2021 to 2022.
On June 24th, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., presentations of the results of the EuroTeQ Teaching Fund call will take place in the courtyard of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU in Prague - Dejvice. The event is inspired by the PechaKucha format and will also be attended by representatives of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
The Institute for Technical and Experimental Physics of the Czech Technical University (ÚTEF) organizes the ANIMMA 2021 conference from 21 to 25 June 2021, 7th round in a series of conferences dedicated to the support of scientific and technical activities based on nuclear equipment and measurements. The main goal of the conference is to connect various scientific communities in other application areas, such as basic physics, space technology, nuclear medicine, medical and environmental sciences.


 Jiří Petrželka a Kristýna Klůsová s návrhem přeměny reálné industriální zóny v Saint-Denis ve Francii
This year, due to the covid19 pandemic, the international round of Student Scientific Professional Activities (SVOČ) took place in a distance form. The organizer was the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the College of mining - Technical University of Ostrava. "The Faculty of Civil Engineeringparticipated in it in a total of eight sections and won first place three times, four times it was second and twice in third place. It thus won first place in the ratio of the number of works in the first three places to the number of competitors, it was 60 percent, "says prof. Pavel Kuklík, who is the guarantor of SVOČ at the Faculty of Civil Engineering.
The research team from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering presented the results of an international project, the aim of which was to calculate the amount of necessary investments, map their current state and prepare investment plans to achieve climate and energy goals by 2030. The research was carried out in cooperation with the Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (Germany).
On the occasion of an independent debate by important industry figures - the Barometer of Czech Industry, which took place on 10 June, the National Center for Industry 4.0 prepared an analysis of the same name. The analysis is based on data obtained during 327 interviews with key representatives of selected companies in Czech industry. The survey was conducted in March 2021.
A team of researchers from the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) is collaborating with colleagues from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Defence, the Czech Armed Forces, the NATO Allied Command Transformation Innovation Hub and the DefSec Innovation Hub on a system to assist in the treatment of wounded soldiers in combat situations or in crisis situations in which the Armed Forces assist the First Responders. The first prototype is currently being tested and will be further expanded and deployed in field tests in cooperation with the Czech Armed Forces.
The Faculty of Biomedical Engineering (FBMI) participates in the unique Hydronaut scientific project, the aim of which is to build a deep research laboratory and training station based on a combination of submarine and caisson principles. It is mainly a prototype device for obtaining information for the development and construction of other specialized devices. The creator of the laboratory is Matyáš Šanda and the project involves experts from the team of biomechanics and assistive technologies of the Department of Health Sciences and Population Protection of the FBMI.