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This year's Science Fair will feature six of the eight faculties of CTU. Come and see (not only) our display in PVA Letňany!
Will we see the first small and modular reactors (SMRs) in South Bohemia around 2035, as planned by ĆEZ? You will learn about the latest news in the development of progressive nuclear devices from the Czech Republic and the world and much more at the Small Modular Reactors conference, which will be held by Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of CTU (FJFI) in its main building (Břehová 7, Prague 1) on Tuesday, 28 May, in cooperation with the Alveda agency.
Regulation or re-regulation? This is the theme of this year's tenth anniversary edition of the LAW FIT conference, which brings together the world of law and information technology. The conference will take place at Faculty of Information Technology of Czech Technical University in Prague (FIT CTU) on 27-28 May 2024. It is intended for the general public and admission is free upon registration.
Vote for the faculty podcast, Ones and Zeros, in the Podcast of the Year competition and win valuable prizes. Both overall winners and category winners will be announced.
It is intended primarily for those who want to study at CTU Faculty of Transportation Sciences

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The University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings (UCEEB) was established in 2012 as an interdisciplinary research institute of CTU in Prague with the mission to contribute to the reduction of energy consumption and environmental burden in the building industry. UCEEB marks the date of the start of its research activities as 15 May 2014, when the preparatory period concluded with grand opening of its new campus in Buštěhrad, Central Bohemia.
Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the CTU hosted three final rounds of the traditional Robo Competition for the 2nd grade of elementary schools and the corresponding years of multi-year grammar schools on Wednesday 24 April, Thursday 25 April and Friday 26 April. The winners of these independent rounds were the teams Yesterday It Worked (Nový PORG high school in Prague 4), Hradečtí baráčníci 1 (DDM Dvůr Králové) and Gyrotechnici (High School Písnická in Prague 4). A total of 115 teams from 60 different schools finally deployed their robots and the best 17 teams will meet once again in the superfinals, from where the absolute winner will emerge - this will take place on 11 May at the Maker Faire Prague.
Dr. Heather Wilson, chancellor of The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), signed an extension of the cooperation agreement between FD CTU and UTEP, which is valid until 2029. Under this cooperation agreement, the only technically oriented dual-degree program between a Czech and an American university - the Dual Master's Program in Smart Cities - is ongoing.
Research into biotherapeutics represents a promising approach to the treatment of serious diseases. Biological agents such as proteins, which are tailored to target specific aspects of the disease, are a key component.
A delegation from RWTH Aachen University visited CTU on 2 and 3 May. The cooperation between the two universities was established in 2004, and now a memorandum has been signed on its continuation until 2030.