The Director of the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies of CTU Prof. PhDr. Vladimíra Dvořáková, CSc. announced an extraordinary round of admissions for the academic year 2022/2023.
This is a unique program where we are looking for students to form multicultural teams from CTU and Technion to create solutions to unique challenges under the guidance of expert mentors.
Over thirty "Science heads" contestants from Czech universities will fight for the favour of the audience, who will decide the winner by online voting from Monday 11 April 2022. The final of the competition will then take place live on Tuesday 13 September at the Scala University Cinema in Brno. The competition is organised by the Night of Scientists enthusiasts.


Brazil, Mexico, the United States of America, South Korea, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, India, Nigeria, Australia and many European countries, including the Czech Republic.
The European Commission recognises outstanding researchers or engineers who have come up with innovative ideas or proposed new solutions in the field of nuclear energy through the Nuclear Innovation Prize. This year, the MultiProtectFuel project of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering (FJFI), led by Martin Ševeček from the Department of Nuclear Reactors (KJR), won first place in the reactor system safety category and a €50,000 prize.
The cypress garden called Acrobat, designed by students from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University, is one of 24 projects that are being presented at the largest garden festival in Europe this year. The gardens will be on display in Chaumont-on-the-Loire until November.
In July, the Rector's Office of the CTU in Prague organized an experiential suburban camp for children from families of Ukrainian students and CTU staff. The camp, titled Science for Children, was held with the support of the Rector of doc. RNDr. Vojtěch Petráček, CSc. and the management of the faculties and units of CTU, under the auspices of the Vice-Rector for Foreign Relations prof. Ing. Oldřich Starý, CSc. The event was attended by 31 children aged 8-14 years.
EuROBIN is a network of excellence that brings together European expertise in robotics and artificial intelligence and establishes a single pan-European platform for research and development. For the first time, a large number of leading research labs across Europe, including the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CIIRC CTU), are coming together to jointly develop AI-based robotics. The objectives of the project include both making significant scientific advances in key issues of intelligent robotics and strengthening the scientific robotics community in Europe by providing an integrative community platform. The network is open to the entire robotics community and provides cascading funding mechanisms to increase the number of members in the coming years.