Antonie Galušková, a student of Faculty of Transportation Sciences, succeeded this month at the World Water Slalom Championships in Krakow. She won a silver medal.
On Monday, 28 August, a roar of powerful engines awakened the Technicka Street. Before dawn, trucks brought a unique cargo - the Deep Lab - Hydronaut H03. After dawn, the technicians and the crane driver from Hanyš played a concert of demonstration cooperation. Within a couple of hours, they settled the 35-tonne lab as designed - exactly between the building and the hot water collector.
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How to solve the lack of greenery in Prague's streets, how to find the optimal safe route for pedestrians or how to file your tax return quickly and easily. These are just some of the problems that students tackled with within the Games & City theme at this year's Design Sprint Summer School at CTU Faculty of Information Technology (FIT CTU). This year, 25 high school students again had the chance to experience how modern information technology can be used to solve problems in the city, thanks to the Design Sprint method originally developed by Google. The summer school took place at the CTU FIT from 6-11 August 2023.
The competition design created at the Project Marathon succeeded again in a prestigious international competition, this time winning second place in the 17th Eurasian Prize/Architecture student category. This is the second success after the first place in the student category of the prestigious 43rd annual World Architecture Award.
The Lunar VIcinity Complex Environmental Explorer, also known as LVICE2, has the potential to become the first probe from Czechia to transcend Earth's orbit, exploring the space around the Moon and beyond. If the project secures funding, preparations will commence in early 2024, with the probe expected to enter space four years later. This project emerged under the "Czech Ambitious Projects" call by the European Space Agency, giving Czechia the chance to become the tenth country to launch a space probe, which would not be a mere satellite.
The Lunar VIcinity Complex Environmental Explorer spacecraft, LVICE2 for short, has the potential to become the first probe from the Czech Republic to go beyond Earth's orbit, into the space around the Moon and beyond. If the project is selected for funding, preparation will begin in early 2024, and it should enter space four years later. The satellite project was developed under the European Space Agency's "Czech ambitious projects" call. It would make the Czech Republic the tenth country to launch a space probe on its own - a self-propelled device that is not just a satellite.
From August 1st, the Association of Research Universities of the Czech Republic (AVUni) has a new president. Martin Bareš, rector of Masaryk University, takes over from Vojtěch Petráček, rector of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Lion’s Den is an all-year-round competition by correspondence on the borderline between mathematics and informatics, which is organised by CTU in Prague for students in the second stage of basic schools and in the corresponding classes of extended gymnasium schools. A total of 24 selected participants in the competition take part in a summer camp, which was held this year in Mariánská in the Ore Mountains.
From July 8 to 14, government representative Tomáš Kopečný traveled to Ukraine with an accompanying business delegation. The Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics of the Czech Technical University was represented here by the scientist and initiator of institute’s assistance with the reconstruction of Ukraine, Kryštof Šulc.