Two PhD students from FEL CTU received the Hlávka Foundation award this year

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The Josef, Marie, and Zdeňka Hlávek Endowment Award was awarded this year to two PhD students from the CTU Faculty of Engineering - Ing. Šimon Mandlík and Ing. Tomáš Kouba. At the castle in Lužany near Přeštice, 54 best male and female students and graduates of Prague universities, Brno University of Technology, and young scientists from the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic were awarded.

Ing. Tomáš Kouba (in the photo) has the Prof. Daniel Mayer Award for the best students of electrical engineering faculties. Ing. Kouba is in the year of doctoral studies at the Department of Circuit Theory of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Ing. Šimon Mandlík received the Josef Hlávka Prize. Ing. Mandlík is a PhD student at the Department of Computer Science, FEE CTU. 

From CTU this year the Hlávka Prize was also awarded to Bc. Barbora Hálkova from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Ing. Jan Šmaus from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ing. Ondřej Kubů from the Faculty of Nuclear Science and Physical Engineering, Bc. Šimon Knettig from the Faculty of Architecture, Ing. André Maia Pereira from the Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Ing. Leoš Tejkl from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Ing. David Bernhauer, Ph.D. from the Faculty of Information Technology and Bc. Adam Jirout from Masaryk Institute of Higher Studies. 

The Josef, Marie, and Zdeňka Hlávek Endowment grants are awarded in the form of scholarships to exceptional individuals in the form of travel, research or art scholarships. Outstanding individuals from public universities and other institutions under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic are eligible to apply for an endowment grant.

Photo: Hlávka Foundation

Responsible person Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk