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The second phase of the disk array upgrade

Ing. Martin Samek

23.05.22 23.05.22
The students' survey for the summer semester 2021/2022 open

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

19.05.22 07.09.22
FEL disk array upgrade

Ing. Martin Samek

09.05.22 12.05.22
Labs Can Move Back Home or to the Dorms. Students of the CTU Faculty of Electrical Engineering Have Been Given a Unique Teaching Tool
Teachers of the Department of Control Engineering of CTU FEL developed and provided students with home robotic laboratory sets. Thanks to a special teaching robot, the demanding subject of Automatic Control, including lectures, exercises and laboratories, can now be studied completely remotely. The concept of a home lab, which only a few top universities in the world are experimenting with in this field, came about during the lockdown. Currently, the department is also deploying robots in standard semester classes and is about to test their use across the entire Cybernetics and Robotics study programme.

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.04.22 30.06.22
Registration for the final state examination in the summer semester of the academic year 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

04.04.22 30.04.22
Project AutoFair Receives 3,8 Million Euros From the EU
We are coordinating the big EU-funded research project in fair artificial intelligence. Ethical aspects of AI systems lie at the center of the AutoFair project –⁠ its aim is the development of explainable and transparent algorithms.

Ing. Jan Sláma

28.03.22 18.06.22
The eForce FEE Formula Student Team of Faculty of Electrical Engineering Succeeded in Cambridge
The eForce team at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, which works on development and design of electric formula racing cars and autonomous electric formula racing cars, presented at the University of Cambridge in the UK from 16 to 19 March 2022. Representatives of the team gave a series of nine lectures and workshops on specific topics related to formula design for the local Full Blue Racing student team at the Department of Engineering (DoE).

Ing. Jan Sláma

21.03.22 21.05.22
Video: Drones From the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Are Mapping the Church of St. Moritz in Olomouc
Unmanned helicopters with on-board intelligence, or robotic drones, are helping the conservationists during the restoration of the St. Moritz Church in Olomouc. They have been developed by the Multirobotic Systems group from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEL) as part of a unique project called Dronument (Dron&Monument) supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and in cooperation with the National Heritage Institute (NHI).

Ing. Jan Sláma

16.03.22 31.07.22
Support for students from Ukraine

Ing. Jan Sláma

24.02.22 31.05.22
Teachers for the student survey for the winter semester 2021/2022

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

21.02.22 14.03.22
EuroTeQ Teaching Fund
The EuroTeQ Teaching Fund supports teachers at the EuroTeQ partner universities in the realization of digital teaching projects in cooperation with European partners. If you are interested to build high-quality digital (online) or hybrid study and qualification offers as part of our EuroTeQ Campus and joint Course Catalogue, we look forward to fund your innovative teaching project in 2022.

Ing. Jan Sláma

16.02.22 12.03.22
Results of the draw of the student survey for the winter semester 2021/2022

14.02.22 24.03.22
Together with Charles University and the Army of the Czech Republic we are investigating the probability of survival of people buried by an avalanche
For many years, the team of prof. Ing. Karel Roubík, Ph.D., from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, CTU (FBMI) has been studying respiration, gas exchange and the probability of survival of a person buried in avalanche snow. CTU The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport of Charles University and the Czech Army also cooperate in the research.

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.02.22 23.04.22
A thousand tons by one hand. Nature Materials has published a paper on a “superlubricant” discovered at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
An international team led by the Advanced Materials Group at the Department of Control Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Mengzhou Liao, Paolo Nicolini, Victor Claerbout, Tomáš Polcar) has taken advantage of the unique properties of so-called two-dimensional materials and measured the lowest coefficient of friction to date: one millionth. With such low friction, it would theoretically be possible to move an object weighing a thousand tonnes with just one hand. The work was published in the prestigious Nature Materials journal in January 2022.

Ing. Jan Sláma

31.01.22 30.06.22
EuroTeQ Collider project
The EuroTeQ Engineering University strives to promote collaboration between six strong Universities of Technology and 45 associated partners, fostering the European spirit in innovative engineering education across Europe. The EuroTeQ project has started in November 2021 and coordinated many existing learning offers to students across six campuses. In 2022, a new challenge-based learning format, the EuroTeQ Collider, will be developed and offered at each EuroTeQ location.

Ing. Jan Sláma

29.01.22 26.02.22
Replacement of the root certificate of eduroam
On Monday, January 24th, the root certificate of eduroam will be replaced. Depending on your client configuration, the service may stop working.

Ing. Jiří Cejp

22.01.22 07.02.22
Faculty of Electrical Engineering introduced Nanolaboratory, a laboratory for nanoelectric technologies for 40 million CZK
The new laboratory will satisfy the demand of Czech companies for experts in the design and implementation of semiconductor chips.

Ing. Jan Sláma

20.01.22 31.07.22
Enrolment of students to the summer semester 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

17.01.22 25.02.22
D⟨AI⟩DALOS – AI as a New Frontier for Journalism: Where to Find Value in Tech-Driven Journalism
Third event of the D⟨AI⟩DALOS discussion series on AI research and social responsibility.

Ing. Jan Sláma

10.01.22 19.01.22
An instrument from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is now testing 5G networks thanks to cooperation with CETIN
Demands for data connectivity, especially for wireless connectivity anytime, anywhere, are constantly increasing. Data communication parameters must be tested and measured. This can be done using a device called F-Tester® developed at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEL), which can now also measure 5G networks.

Ing. Jan Sláma

05.01.22 19.03.22
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

05.01.22 20.02.22
Alumna Kamila Babayeva awarded by the the prof. Vlček scholarship
Prague public universities involved in the Study in Prague project, which aims to jointly promote programs in foreign languages, on Friday, December 3, awarded an Extraordinary Scholarship of prof. Miroslav Vlček to international degree students. The ceremony took place in the Residence of the Mayor of the Prague City Hall, which was lent to the consortium by the Mayor of Prague Zdeněk Hřib.

Ing. Jan Sláma

04.01.22 28.02.22
Information for students who have registered for the state final examination in the winter term for the academic year 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

21.12.21 04.02.22
Christmas video with robots of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering: Making of
Watch in a short video how our Christmas card was made with FEL CTU robots and researchers in the main roles. The Christmas video with robots has so far been viewed by more than 25 thousand people on social media of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU.

Ing. Jan Sláma

17.12.21 26.02.22
Klára Janoušková, student of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, about her internship at IBM in Zurich
Klára Janoušková, a student of Open Informatics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU, has been working on computer vision, specifically on text detection and recognition, for example on a photo taken on the street. With this project, Klára has already completed an internship at the University of Barcelona. Currently, her one-semester internship in Zurich, Switzerland, is coming to an end after she had successfully passed the demanding selection process for the IBM Great Minds program.

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

15.12.21 28.02.22
CTU students win Hack for Healthcare hackathon in Zurich, Switzerland
Student of the Faculty of Architecture Natália Bodnárová, student of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Vojtěch Petrásek, student of the Faculty of Information Technology Ľuboš Repka, together with student of the Third Faculty of Medicine Vasil Kostin, took the first place in the Hack for Healthcare hackathon and they are going to cooperate with the Geneva-based organization Doctors Without Borders. The competition took place from 26 to 28 November in Zurich, Switzerland.

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

13.12.21 13.01.22
The Josef Hlávka Prize for 2021 was awarded to six CTU students

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

10.12.21 10.01.22
Custom-made 5G networks for communication with robots
Robotics and 5G networks –⁠ do they go together? The researchers at the Artificial Intelligence Center at FEE CTU believe that they do. In the initial phase of this Bavarian-Czech project, the goal was to verify that large data from robots could be streamed in real time. And it worked!

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

03.12.21 03.01.22
How robots celebrate Christmas
Robot does not automatically equate to “robota” (a word for work); in fact, it can be associated with lightness, playfulness and ease. This is how the researchers from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU approached the making of their Christmas video to wish everyone a happy and merry Christmas, and also to celebrate the successful year 2021 in style. The year that marks a centennial since the word robot was first used in Karel Čapek's play R.U.R., to become probably the world's most used Czech word in the following decades.

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

30.11.21 05.02.22
Dr. Zuzana Kúkelová received the prestigious JUNIOR STAR grant from the GA ČR
The JUNIOR STAR Grants, awarded on 2 November 2021 by the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (GA ČR), are intended to promote excellence in emerging outstanding scientists. Thanks to these grants, a researcher from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University, Zuzana Kúkelová, Ph.D., will be able to fund her project New Generation of Algorithms for Solving Camera Geometry Problems over the next five years.

Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk

26.11.21 28.02.22
The drone exhibition in the Czech pavilion at the Dubai EXPO 2020 presents the future of robotics
Visitors to the Czech Republic's pavilion at the EXPO 2020 World Exhibition in the United Arab Emirates have until 14 November 2021 the opportunity to see what forms robots may take a hundred years after the word was first used in Karel Čapek's play R.U.R. Six "aerial robots" from Multi-robot Systems group were at the centre of a gala presentation organised by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) on Sunday 31 October 2021 in Dubai. The Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the United Arab Emirates, HE Jiří Slavík, personally attended the meeting. To more than sixty guests from the domestic business and academic sphere, he presented the Czech Republic as a partner for business in the field of information technology and a promising destination for study.

Ing. Jan Sláma

04.11.21 25.02.22
Registration for the final state examination in the winter semester of the academic year 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

01.11.21 30.11.21
Associate Professor Vojtěch Petráček has been elected Rector of the CTU in Prague
The Academic Senate of the Czech Technical University in Prague has today elected Associate Professor Vojtěch Petráček as the person nominated for Rector of the CTU in Prague. In the first round of the election he received 30 votes out of a total of 36. He was the only candidate proposed to the Academic Senate of the CTU. The proposal for appointment as Rector will be submitted to the President of the Czech Republic through the Minister of Education. The new and second term of office for Associate Professor Petráček will begin on 1 February 2022 and will last until 2026.

Ing. Jan Sláma

27.10.21 27.11.21
Dean's Award for prestigious dissertation awarded

Ing. Aleš Górecki

01.08.21 19.10.21
Pre-registration for the academic year 2021/2022 summer semester

Ing. Helena Šislerová

20.10.21 19.11.21
A team of CTU researchers and students participated in the exercise of the University of Defence in the military training area Tisá
A team of researchers and students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU took part in an exercise of the Faculty of Military Health of the University of Defence in the military training area Tisá. The exercise included field tests of a prototype of the Digital Triage Assistant system, discussions with experts in the field of military medical rescue and tests of military equipment related to the Digital Triage Assistant project.

Ing. Jan Sláma

15.10.21 11.12.21
CTU has nine new graduates of the inter-university program prg.ai Minor - News service - Czech technical university in Prague
On Tuesday, 5 October, a ceremony was held at the Old Town Hall to present certificates to new graduates of the prg.ai Minor programme. The aim of the inter-university programme is to educate a new generation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) professionals. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Information Technology and the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University are participating in the programme. The event was attended not only by representatives of the prg.ai association and the individual faculties, but also by the Mayor of Prague Zdeněk Hřib and Prague City Councillor Vít Šimral.

Ing. Jan Sláma

08.10.21 31.12.21
The team of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering won silver at the “Robot Olympics” in the virtual competition and finished sixth in the competition of real robots
The final round of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge organized by the US Department of Defense earned the Czech team performing under the CTU-CRAS-NORLAB banner a podium position in the robot battle in a virtual environment - in a robotic simulator. Among the ten best robotic teams in the world, the team took second place, for which it was awarded $500,000. The results were announced by DARPA on Friday 24 September at a ceremony in Louisville, Kentucky, United States.

Ing. Jan Sláma

26.09.21 31.12.21
Faculty of Electrical Engineering researchers apply brain-inspired algorithms to enable robots to move more safely and autonomously among humans
The ensemble of humanoid robots at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU (FEL) has been expanded by iCub, the first robot equipped with all senses. Its features, especially its electronic skin, open up new possibilities for cognition of the human brain with the help of artificial intelligence at the Department of Cybernetics of the CTU FEL.

Ing. Jan Sláma

16.09.21 13.11.21
Department of Telecommunication Technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering won 2nd place in the eLearning 2021 competition
Experts from the Department of Telecommunication Technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU have won a significant award, namely the 2nd prize at the 20th annual conference and competition eLearning 2021, which ended on 3 September in Prague. The team of Ing. Tomáš Zeman, Ph.D., Ing. Marek Nevosad, Ing. Jaromír Hrad, Ph.D., Ing. Jiří Holeček, Ph.D., Bc. Ing. Ivan Pravda, Ph.D., and Ing. Pavel Lafata, Ph.D., impressed the jury with the project Environment for Open Digital Learning Resources VOVCR.CZ.

Ing. Jan Sláma

13.09.21 30.11.21
Teachers for the student survey for the summer semester 2020/2021

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

09.09.21 08.10.21
TERESA project enables rehabilitation of COVID-19 patients in the home environment
Teams from the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), University Hospital Hradec Kralove (FN HK), Palacky University Olomouc (UPOL) and University of Defence (UNOB) are collaborating on a unique project called TERESA (TEleREhabilitation Self-training Assistant), which will enable the rehabilitation of patients with persistent effects of COVID-19 in the home environment. At the same time, patients will be able to share data on their physical activity with their doctors through personal wearable devices. Patients with other respiratory diseases could also use the system in the future.

Ing. Jan Sláma

05.08.21 31.10.21
EuroTeQ Teaching Fund projects presentations
On June 24th, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., presentations of the results of the EuroTeQ Teaching Fund call will take place in the courtyard of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU in Prague - Dejvice. The event is inspired by the PechaKucha format and will also be attended by representatives of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

11.06.21 24.06.21
The Czech Republic needs to sixfold its investment in renewable energy to meet its 2030 climate targets
The research team from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering presented the results of an international project, the aim of which was to calculate the amount of necessary investments, map their current state and prepare investment plans to achieve climate and energy goals by 2030. The research was carried out in cooperation with the Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (Germany).

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.06.21 30.09.21
The Czech Technical University in Prague collaborates with Johns Hopkins University, the University of Defence, the Czech Armed Forces and NATO ACT IH on an innovative system for monitoring soldier´s vital signs
A team of researchers from the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) is collaborating with colleagues from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Defence, the Czech Armed Forces, the NATO Allied Command Transformation Innovation Hub and the DefSec Innovation Hub on a system to assist in the treatment of wounded soldiers in combat situations or in crisis situations in which the Armed Forces assist the First Responders. The first prototype is currently being tested and will be further expanded and deployed in field tests in cooperation with the Czech Armed Forces.

Ing. Jan Sláma

09.06.21 27.08.21
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering opens a top laboratory for the development of advanced materials. The goal are “non-wearing” parts
The group of advanced materials, which operates within the Department of Control Engineering of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, is putting into operation a new state-of-the-art laboratory dominated by a device for preparing thin coatings by high-power pulsed magnetron sputtering. The team of Professor Tomáš Polcar will be looking for ideal materials for the modification of engineering parts. The "holy grail" is to find a coating that makes mechanical components virtually wear-free in various applications.

Ing. Jan Sláma

31.05.21 18.09.21
D⟨AI⟩DALOS – discussion series on AI research and social responsibility
We invite you to the discussion series D⟨AI⟩DALOS co-organized by the AI Center FEE CTU (AIC) and Machine Learning Meetups (MLMU). Through six lectures planned for the 2021, the organizers wish to bring together scientists, students and experts from various fields to tackle the questions of AI research and social responsibility. Specifically, the cycle will cover the following topics related to AI: history, creativity, journalism, fairness, sustainability, transhumanism. With the DDALOS cycle, AIC celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Ing. Jan Sláma

28.05.21 06.06.21
The four-legged SPOT robot was strengthened by a team of robots from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Of today's robots, it can overcome obstacles the fastest even in difficult terrain, it can safely climb stairs, it can wade through mud and water. The four-legged autonomous SPOT robot from Boston Dynamics joined researchers from the CTU Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) on 3 May to strengthen their chances in the finals of the prestigious DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge, which will take place from 21 to 23 September 2021 in United States of America. In addition to participating in the competition, the robot from FEE CTU will be used in follow-up research in the field of autonomous movement in an environment that is inhabited by people.

Ing. Jan Sláma

25.05.21 30.09.21
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

20.05.21 07.09.21
Enrolment of students to the winter semester 2021/2022

Ing. Helena Šislerová

19.05.21 01.10.21
Amazon Research Awards: AI researchers from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering have withstood global competition
Artificial intelligence (AI) research at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University has entered the most prestigious company of 59 universities in 13 countries. Among the 101 scientists awarded by Amazon are prof. Jiří Matas from the Department of Cybernetics with a project in the field of computer vision and prof. Jan Faigl from the Department of Computers, who uses artificial intelligence to create communication maps of underground spaces.

Ing. Jan Sláma

19.05.21 17.07.21
The third annual CyberSec&AI Connected security conference will take place in November 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.

Ing. Jan Sláma

12.05.21 30.09.21
Students Conference on Sensors, Systems and Measurement
Prague, 14-15 June 2021 (on-line)

Deadline for abstracts: May 16, 2021

Ing. Jan Sláma

02.05.21 15.06.21
Researchers from the Department of Telecommunication Engineering Have Developed a Probe for Contactless Monitoring of Energy Consumption
The box, which attaches to the power cord, can measure the consumption of any appliance and send it remotely via the Internet of Things (IoT). This is how the intelligent probe for non-contact indication of appliance activity and energy consumption works, which is currently undergoing the last phase of field testing within the Smart Solutions for Prague project. This unique probe was developed by experts from the Department of Telecommunication Engineering. The difference from existing standard energy reading solutions is that the innovative "En-Meter M" probe does not have to be connected to the electrical circuit and can be used to monitor electricity consumption virtually anywhere and anytime.

Ing. Jan Sláma

26.04.21 31.07.21
EuroTeQ teaching Fund – call for Proposals
Deadline: April 30
Example of eligible project: Innovative teaching materials which will be ready to use in course open for students from all partner universities in digital (on-line) or blended form in a school y. 2021/22.
Microprojects mainly to finance student assistants, max. 75 000 CZK/project.

prof. Ing. Pavel Ripka, CSc.

23.04.21 30.04.21
Students Fight Bravely With Distance Learning. They Put Together Some Remarkable Projects at Home
For more than a year, electrical engineering students have not had access to teaching laboratories due to the pandemic situation. But if they are to become quality developers, practical training is a must. Teachers from the Department of Measurement of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) therefore use home laboratory teaching or a remote teaching laboratory in their subjects. Despite more complex conditions, interesting projects are being created even within distance practical teaching. Students are preparing, for example, a muscular activity sensor, an autonomous module for growing flowers or monitoring a chicken coop.

Ing. Jan Sláma

19.04.21 19.06.21
CTU FEE study: The Czech heating industry does not have to be an obstacle to meeting climate goals, but it needs innovative investments
In the Czech Republic, more than 300,000 households still use coal for local heating. Four out of ten Czech households are then heated from the heat supply system, with 60% of the heat being produced on the basis of coal. Experts from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering suggest how to get rid of harmful emissions, how much it will cost and how to invest.

Ing. Jan Sláma

13.04.21 30.06.21
Registration for the final state examination in the summer semester of the academic year 2020/2021

Ing. Helena Šislerová

31.03.21 30.04.21
Remote Monitoring of Lung Fans and Monitors of Vital Functions Helps to Solve Deficiency of Experts
The VENT-CONNECT project, which enables remote monitoring of lung ventilators and vital signs monitors, especially in patients with COVID-19 connected to artificial lung ventilation, passed the preclinical phase and received a positive opinion from the ethics committee of the Royal Vinohrady University Hospital (FNKV). The technical solution developed by the team of the Czech Technical University in Prague composed of researchers from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) and the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering in cooperation with the Department of Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation (KAR) streamlines condition monitoring for patients in the infection zone with remote access to ventilator screens and vital signs monitors. This allows physicians to adjust lung ventilator parameters more accurately during treatment, which of course leads to better patient care. The solution is cheap and easy to deploy in other workplaces, be it COVID-19 or others.

Ing. Jan Sláma

31.03.21 31.05.21
Beethoven Would Wonder: Lego Robot Plays “For Elise”
Ludwig van Beethoven would probably be very surprised to hear his RHPv2 song For Elise. The latest robot from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering plays a composition that belongs to the repertoire of beginning pianists on electronic keyboards, but will soon be able to handle more demanding works on the large piano grand piano in Zenger's lecture hall.

Ing. Jan Sláma

25.03.21 19.06.21
We Commemorate the Year Since the First Person in the Czech Republic Died in Connection With the Covid-19 Disease
Dear colleagues, dear students, Today is a year since the COVID epidemic claimed its first victim in the Czech Republic. Over the past year, almost 25,000 people have succumbed to the epidemic, a memory of which we will commemorate today with a minute's silence at 12 noon. Please also join this silent memory.

Ing. Jan Sláma

22.03.21 30.04.21
Our researchers are developing a new concept of air purifier that can sterilize air in buildings, as well as in cars and planes
The new air purifier concept relies on the filter material, which can be sterilized by electric current and reused. An innovative solution, the development of which was worked on last year by the team of doc. Lukáš Vojtěch and Ing. Marek Neruda from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, has all the prerequisites to become an effective means of collective protection against viruses such as COVID-19. It can also be used in air conditioning or ventilation systems of buildings or means of passenger and public transport, including cars, ships or planes.

Ing. Jan Sláma

17.03.21 31.05.21
Rector's letter to the coronavirus protection system

Ing. Aleš Górecki

05.03.21 03.04.21
Entrance exam for the Czech language bachelor's study can be taken online

Ing. Jan Sláma

26.02.21 03.05.21
Teachers for the student survey for the winter semester 2020/2021

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

23.02.21 15.03.21
RNDr. Marko Genyk-Berezovskyj: Algorithms (video course)

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.02.21 31.10.22
The new course will teach students to program in Julia
A brand new course led by Mgr. Lukáš Adam, Ph.D., and Ing. Václav Mácha from the Department of Computers, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, will be taught at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering in the summer semester and will be open to all CTU students. The optional course Machine Learning in the Julia Programming Environment (01SUJ) introduces students to the basics of the Julia programming language and its use in optimization, machine learning, differential equations and statistics.

Ing. Jan Sláma

04.02.21 15.02.21
The International Day of Epilepsy will also light up the building of our Faculty in Dejvice
On February 8, some places and monuments in various parts of the Czech Republic will light up in purple. It is a symbol of epilepsy and the International Day of Epilepsy, which is being celebrated for the seventh time this year. In addition to the Petřín Lookout Tower, the Dancing House and the Mahen Theater in Brno, the purple color will also be visible in the building of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Dejvice.

Ing. Jan Sláma

05.02.21 27.02.21
Take a virtual walk through an exhibition on the history of computer technology at the National Technical Museum
The box with two thousand punched labels had a capacity of 240 kB, the current USB flash drives are usually 16 GB. This fact illustrates the dizzyingly rapid development of information technology, which is not comparable to any other field of technology. The exhibition Czech Footprint in the History of Computer Science, prepared by the National Technical Museum and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, is devoted to the historical development of computer technology, including a domestic contribution to this event. Thanks to prof. PhDr. Marcela Efmertová, CSc., Ing. Božena Mannová, Ph.D., Ing. and Mgr. Zbyněk Nikel and Mgr. and Ing. Vít Holeček we can commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University.

Ing. Jan Sláma

02.02.21 30.04.21
Doctoral students from the Department of Control Engineering built a robot banking on two legs
Concept taken from the ETH University of Zurich, but completely original design using commonly available technologies and components-the new experimental robot called SK8O ('Skate-o') is created on the premises of the Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, and can balance on two legs with wheels. It will be used to teach dynamic driving, in the final he should be able to jump over obstacles or jump up the stairs while driving. Until recently, the dynamic movement of the robot conceived in this way belonged more to the science fiction realm.

Ing. Jan Sláma

25.01.21 15.05.21
Third place in the Czech Envi Thesis competition for Patrik Šimůnek, a student of FEE CTU in Prague

Ing. Aleš Górecki

20.01.21 17.02.21
Enrolment of students to the summer semester 2020/2021

Ing. Helena Šislerová

15.01.21 15.02.21
Prof. Petr Kulhánek from our faculty received the Award of the Minister of Education for excellent educational activities
Among this year's five winners of the Award of the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports for outstanding educational activities at the university is the theoretical physicist prof. RNDr. Petr Kulhánek, CSc., From the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.01.21 30.06.21
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Jiří Jakovenko, PhD.

05.01.21 22.02.21
Doc. Helisová: Probability and Statistics (video course)
The students are introduce to the theory of probability and mathematical statistics. Random events, conditional probability and random variables are defined, examples of the most common random variables are mentioned, and estimating parameters and hypotheses testing is explained. All the computing methods are shown on practical examples.

Ing. Jan Sláma

03.01.21 31.10.22