20.03.20 Graduates of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering help fight the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 causing COVID-19

In 2010, classmates Jan Sova and Jan Kovář graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. During their last year of study, they founded the now successful start-up, ie Workswell s.r.o., which was soon joined by their third colleague Adam Švestka.

20.03.20 Introducing HistoryLab - a tool for distance learning in which the Faculty of Electrical Engineering participates

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering acknowledges the complicated situation in which history teachers found themselves after closing schools. Therefore, it supports and participates in the HistoryLab web application.

06.03.20 Denis Rozumnyi from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering won the Werner von Siemens Prize

The 22nd annual Werner von Siemens Prize was awarded on 5 March. Czech branch of Siemens appreciates the work and projects in the field of technical and natural sciences in four categories: the most important result of basic research, the best diploma thesis, the best dissertation and the best pedagogue. Together with students, their work leaders also receive rewards. This year, special awards were given for overcoming obstacles in study, for the excellent quality of female scientific work and for the graduation work on Industry 4.0.

28.02.20 Roboticists from the FEE won at the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Urban Circuit

In the second half of February 2020, ten robotic teams gathered at the nearly-built but unfinished nuclear power plant near Elma, Washington. The robots were sent into the underground maze of the huge concrete-steel in a quest to find and locate predetermined 20 artifacts. Researchers, graduate and undergraduate students of Departments of Cybernetics and Computer Science paired with NORLAB, University Laval in team CTU-CRAS-NORLAB, and won the competition among the self-funded teams and scored 3rd overall, surpassing three out of five teams which were directly funded by DARPA.

25.02.20 Our autonomous robots in Abu Dhabi have once again proved to be the world leaders

On February 23-25, the Khalifa University hosted the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC) in Abu Dhabi. Team of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Czech Technical University in Prague (FEE CTU) cooperating at the competition with colleagues from universities in Pennsylvania and New York won first place for building walls with drones, second for destroying defined targets (balloons) and the most valuable golden medal for winning the Grand Challenge.

17.02.20 Formula Student teams from CTU are at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi

CTU CarTech students from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and eForce FEE Prague Formula students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering tested their formula cars on the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi, where the Formula 1 Grand Prix is held every year.

30.01.20 •• Coronavirus 2019-nCoV (Instructions from CTU in Prague) ••

An infection that is spreading from the city of Wuhan, China. This influenza-like infection can be highly dangerous, especially for people with a weakened organism. Coronavirus is transmitted from person-to-person after close contact. It is a so-called contageous infection. Illness does not appear immediately, but only after a period of 7 – 14 days. After arrival from a high-risk area, use protection mask, 7 days of isolation are recommended, within which time any signs of a respiratory illness should appear, i.e. shortness of breath, coughing, and high temperature.

25.01.20 Petr Habala: Calculus – a video tutorial

In this series of videos we will look at the popular calculus topics – limits, derivatives and integrals – from a practical point of view. We assume that the viewer already saw the usual intro (theorems, outlines of basic methods), and we will combine them into practical approaches and procedures for solving standard problems. Further exposition, solved problems, and exercises with step-by-step hints can be found in Math Tutor (

15.01.20 Five CTU scientists will present at the AI ​​Science Café Series organized by the Czech Centre in London

The Czech Centre in London is organizing the AI Science Café Series, which will host researchers Michal Pěchouček, Tomáš Krajník and Michal Čáp from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Jan Šedivý from CIIRC and former CTU visiting professor Jonathan Ledgard.