A series of fifteen instructional videos created at Faculty of Electrical Engineering introduces laws and interesting features of physics and technology. It is intended primarily for pupils of the second grade of primary schools and students of secondary schools. The videos are gradually published on the FEL Instagram account as well as on TikTok and YouTube. The faculty will also provide videos to teachers to enrich teaching in secondary and primary schools.
Unrealised buildings from the last 10 years are presented in a new publication by architects and teachers of Czech Technical University Ján Stempel and Jan Jakub Tesar. The digital image complement was created by graphic designer Stanislav Bažant.
European Centre for Digital Innovation - EDIH CTU, supported by European Commission and Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, will launch its activities in January 2023. The consortium, which includes strong innovation partners, is focused mainly on supporting companies (SMEs, startups) and public administration in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning. EDIH CTU will offer a comprehensive package of services - new technologies, knowledge transfer, infastructure, tailor-made solutions and training. Interested parties will be able to use the services of the CTU EDIH already this year.
The project with which student Marek Hanus won the tenth year of the Electrotechnical Olympiad can be useful in medicine and technology. The final was held on 16 December 2022 at FEL CTU in Prague. Hanus impressed the expert jury with the system he developed for analyzing the purity and sedimentation of nanodiamonds. The winner is studying at Secondary Industrial School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. Nine talented high school students made it to the final of the Electrotechnical Olympiad at the end of last year. Three of the awarded projects are already being used in practice or soon will be. The Electrotechnical Olympics is organised by Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the CTU.
Jaroslav Fragner Architectural Gallery has been operating on the grounds of the Bethlehem Chapel since the 1950s. In 2020, the building with the gallery was purchased from Czech Architecture Foundation (NČA) by Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU). In mid-2022, a call for a new director of Jaroslav Fragner Gallery (GJF) was held, and a committee consisting of representatives of CTU and independent experts selected Karolína Plášková. In the last two years, she has been involved, among other things, in the exhibition programme at the Brno Architecture Gallery under the auspices of Faculty of Architecture of Brno University of Technology (FA VUT).
Dita Jahodová will become the new ombudsman of Faculty of Architecture. She won the open selection procedure, and Academic Senate of the faculty recommended her to the Dean for appointment. Faculty of Architecture was the first CTU faculty to seek the establishment of the institute, and announced the selection procedure for the ombudsman* in June. She will take up the post in January 2023.
The new online game Energo Play aims to introduce people to the workings of a large energy company and the principles of energy. Its authors, students Stanislav Sadílek, Ondřej Dolejš and Jakub Pelc, won last year's Energy Olympics with the idea for this educational game. Now, in cooperation with experts from Energy Literacy and ČEPS, they have managed to complete the project. According to the authors, who are currently studying at FEL and FJFI of CTU, the game should contribute to increasing energy literacy among high school students and the general public. The Energy Olympics is held under the auspices of Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
Impressive moments and the atmosphere of the robotic zoo, which was part of the Signal - Prague´s festival of digital and creative culture in October, are featured in this year's Christmas video of Faculty of Electrical Engineering. It further develops the tradition of holiday videos that began eight years ago and tries to present the best that was created during the year in the field of electrical engineering and computer science at Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
The diploma theses of five FA graduates were awarded in the 23rd edition of the Diploma competition. Anna Laubová took the second place, and David Foud took the third place. Special prizes were awarded to Jakub Kuchař, Kristýna Mastná and Klára Pavelková. The award ceremony took place on 5 December at the Prague Centre for Architecture and Urban Planning.
Samuel Lukeš, a doctoral student at the Department of Physics at Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, received the Minister of Education's Award for Outstanding Students and Graduates in the Study Programme and for Outstanding Student Achievements. He received the award at a ceremony at the Senate building on Monday, December 12, 2022.