A conference organised by the European Youth Forum and the non-profit international student organisation ESN (Erasmus Student Network) took place in Ghent, Belgium on 12 February 2024.
A new virtual reality app presents the process of spaceflight, everyday life in orbit, and the dangers and risks astronauts may face. It was developed by researchers from the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague in cooperation with the consulting and technology company Deloitte. The Planetum - Observatory and Planetarium of the City of Prague is the professional guarantor of the project, which will use the application to popularize scientific topics related to space among students and pupils of secondary and primary schools.
The CTU Ball is one of the highlights of the ball season. This year was no different.
Thanks to the idea of Petr Čanda, a student of CTU Faculty of Civil Engineering, and the support of institutions and volunteers, a brand new secondary school building is being built in the rural area of Kashitu in Zambia, which will host up to 250 students in the future. The Czech Republic's innovative building technology will enable the desired education and development of the African region. An exhibition about the whole process has been created and will be on display until the end of February in the atrium of the Faculty of Civil Engineering.
The fifth edition of the Student Acoustics Seminar once again offered current topics addressed by students focusing on acoustics across different departments in their theses and projects. The conference papers this year covered a really wide range of issues - from microphones and microphone arrays to sophisticated noise measurements and noise reduction using acoustic metamaterials to modelling and measurements in hearing and voice generation.
Rector of CTU in Prague Vojtěch Petráček today signed a memorandum on cooperation between the two institutions with Police President Martin Vondrášek. The cooperation thus far has gained an official framework and definition of the areas on which the university and the police will focus.
Research on robotics and optimization algorithms at Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) will contribute significantly to the transformation of Czech industry and its international competitiveness. The ROBOPROX project, with a total budget of CZK 467.9 million, has been selected among 26 elite projects to be supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MŠMT) and the European Commission under the Jan Amos Komenský Operational Programme (OPJAK) Top Research Call. ROBOPROX is the only project supported under this call that focuses on research in the field of robotics and industrial informatics. It will develop new methods for advanced industrial production.
The pilot cooperation project between Prague 6 Municipality and Czech Technical University in Prague, organized by the Local Action Plan for Education MAP Prague 6, started today. Hundreds of children from primary schools in Prague 6 attended the opening ceremony of the Project Day on Tuesday morning at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Czech Technical University in Prague. A total of 500 pupils from 8th and 9th grades from 18 schools participated in the Project Day.
Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague announces an Open call for creative and responsible authors* or teams of authors to develop a concept and manual for the use of the courtyard of the Bethlehem Chapel. This is a unique space in the city centre with historic buildings that form a non-commercial and inclusive public space.
During the first session of the Academic Senate of CTU in Prague (AS CTU) this year, the election of new leadership was the second session item. Kateřina Pilná, a student of Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, will become the head of the Senate.