Ambassador of the Republic of India Narinder Chauhan visited the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering to get acquainted with its activities and equipment and discuss the possibilities of further cooperation in the field of education. She had also launched the VR-1 School Nuclear Reactor model Vrabec on her own. The ambassador was accompanied by the Rector of the Czech Technical University, doc. Vojtěch Petráček, Dean of FJFI prof. Igor Jex and Vice-Dean for Science and Research at FJFI, doc. Libor Šnobl.
Students of the Czech Technical University and Charles University from the Alquist team created the first experimental film in collaboration with the Rebel & Glory and the CoFilm which can be controlled by the audience. ‘The Story of Alquist’ connects the latest technology with film production to create an innovative, interactive experience. The whole application is in English and aims to outline current technological possibilities. It's available for free on the internet or for download on Google Play.
More than 300 new professional computers and other equipment can be used by students and teachers from this academic year at the Faculty of Information Technology. By modernizing the technical background of the teaching space, the faculty thus took the first step towards complete innovation of its ICT infrastructure. The innovations were launched during summer months so that students and teachers could experience them immediately from the start of the semester. There has been a complete and unified replacement of the hardware used and the installation of new software.
Already for the fifth time, employers have evaluated high-quality secondary schools at regional level in regions and faculties of colleges and universities at the national level. The aim of the competition is to highlight their strengths and results, to inform prospective pupils and their parents.
On Thursday 1 November, the 2018 Samsung Hockey Battle was held in the Tipsport Arena with CTU, UE,CUNI and CULS teams competing. The final between our CTU team and the UE team was decided by the raids. The winning raid by none other than Our team captain Josef Vostracký got the third raid and made it the winning one. This year our guys in blue jerseys won the 1st place.
CTU joins the Defense and Security Industry Association as its member. Companies from the defense and security industry have long been cooperating with CTU in the field of research and development. This cooperation greatly helps to raise the technical and technological level of the defense and security industry in the Czech Republic and also helps to train top professionals who are already preparing for their work in this industrial area during their studies.
Uniqway, a pan-European, unique carsharing platform for students, enters the day-to-day successful test phase. From now on, the platform is available to students and educators of the Czech Technical University, the University of Economics and the Czech University of Life Sciences. The conditions for this service to work were created by ŠKODA AUTO ČR and ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab. The CTU students have devised the whole technical concept and design of the service, the students of the UE are in charge of the marketing strategy of the project and manage the social networks and the CULS is responsible for its operation.
The best work of the jubilee 10th annual competition for students and architects up to 33 years of age was awarded at the Center for Architecture and Urban Planning (CAMP). Out of a total of 49 entries on Architectural Works topic, which initiate social life and development of the site, the jury sent twelve articles to the final round. The award ceremony took place with the participation of the CTU Rector, doc. Vojtěch Petráček.
The Czech Chamber of Authorized Engineers and Technicians in Building Construction (ČKAIT) organized an exhibition ‘Czech and Slovak Buildings of the Century’ at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. The project, created on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of establishment of the republic, maps important buildings across the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Filip Galko has designed a lighting shop as a theater in which the scenes are changing, so the customers can better imagine how the selected lighting fit in the interior. In her project, Veronika Indrova converted the Strahov stadium to flats. For their designs, these students of the Faculty of Architecture are among the 40 most successful in the respected Young Talent Architecture Award receiving their prizes in late September at the 16th International Biennale of Architecture in Venice, where their works will be exhibited until 25 November. Thanks to their success, the Czech Republic has ranked among the most successful countries of this year's competition of architectural diploma projects.

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