This year, just like last year, you can help anywhere and anytime from 16 September onwards with the Strava app. For every terimeter you walk, run or cycle, children in distress will receive 20 CZK. The start is on 16 September at 10:00. The end will be determined when the amount of 10 million CZK is reached.
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.
The Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry Group of the Department of Nuclear Chemistry of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering (FJFI) with the support of the Czech Society of Nuclear Medicine (CSNM) is organizing the Student Day of Nuclear Medicine conference on 10 September 2021. It is intended for young physicians and students from the fields of nuclear medicine, radiopharmacy, dosimetry and radiological technology, as well as for others interested in nuclear medicine.
From 2 to 7 September, a feast of all student performance athletes will take place under the auspices of Palacký University in Olomouc - the Czech Academic Games 2021. The organizers are the Faculty of Physical Culture of Palacký University. Athletes whose sports performance is at the level of the academic championship of the Czech Republic can represent the CTU at this sporting event of the year.
Starting in the winter semester 2021/2022, students can participate in virtual studies at prestigious partner universities of the EuroTeQ alliance, of which CTU is a member. Six leading technical universities: Technical University of Munich (Munich, Germany), Technical University of Denmark (Lyngby, Denmark), Ecole Polytechnique (Paris, France), Tallinn University of Technology (Tallinn, Estonia) and CTU in Prague are opening 60 virtual courses for their students. The courses are offered in English. There are also a number of language courses for beginners in local languages. Students can enrol in courses from July 2021.
CTU and Avast have once again joined forces in the field of cyber security and artificial intelligence research. On November 4–5, 2021, you can look forward to the third edition of the successful CyberSec&AI Connected virtual conference, which will focus on the use of AI and machine learning in matters of security and privacy protection. As in previous years, the event will connect the international academic sphere with industry representatives and other experts. This year, the Private AI Collaborative Research Institute at the Technical University of Darmstadt also joined the organizers.