Dear students, In the extraordinary situation that we are now facing you must have asked yourselves the question about how your studies will continue. Although the situation is constantly changing and virtually anything can happen, we would still like to offer you some basic information and guidance.
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Rector of CTU in Prague doc. Vojtěch Petráček calls on students, academics and employees to sew masks for all who are currently in key positions, ie doctors, pharmacists, shopkeepers and other currently endangered professions.
Dear English speaking students, CTU suspended all teaching activities for the following two weeks (with prospect of prolongation of this period – if situation requires).
An infection that is spreading from the city of Wuhan, China. This influenza-like infection can be highly dangerous, especially for people with a weakened organism. Coronavirus is transmitted from person-to-person after close contact. It is a so-called contageous infection. Illness does not appear immediately, but only after a period of 7 – 14 days. After arrival from a high-risk area, use a protection mask, 14 days of isolation are recommended, within which time any signs of a respiratory illness should appear, i.e. shortness of breath, coughing, and high temperature.


Laboratories of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (FNSPE) were transformed into a manufactory in March. Due to the general lack of disinfectants on the market, the Department of Nuclear Chemistry (KJCH) started to produce its own disinfectants for the needs of the university and other institutions.
During the current crisis situation, when hospitals are preparing for increased intake of patients infected with coronavirus, the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering has offered to lend state-of-the-art faculty equipment to the Regional Hospital in Kladno to assist in the fight against coronavirus.
In 2010, classmates Jan Sova and Jan Kovář graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. During their last year of study, they founded the now successful start-up, ie Workswell s.r.o., which was soon joined by their third colleague Adam Švestka.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering acknowledges the complicated situation in which history teachers found themselves after closing schools. Therefore, it supports and participates in the HistoryLab web application .
Experts from universities and institutions met at the Czech Technical University in Prague on 16 March to declare a common approach and call for improvised protection against coronavirus. CTU in Prague was represented by its rector and physicist doc. Vojtěch Petráček, the Faculty of biomedical engineering was represented by prof. MUDr. Leoš Navrátil and MUDr. Emil Pavlík, the Technical University of Liberec by rector doc. Miroslav Brzezina and the group were complemented by Czech entrepreneur and philanthropist Martin Hausenblas.