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doc. Butta: Sensors and Measurement (video course)

Ing. Jan Sláma

04.10.20 31.01.21
Dean's letter for first-year students in bachelor's degree programs - welcome, matriculation

prof. Mgr. Petr Páta, Ph.D.

21.09.20 21.10.20
Coronavirus – summary information

Ing. Jan Sláma

21.09.20 21.11.20
Teachers for the student survey for the summer semester 2019/2020

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

12.09.20 27.09.20
Information for students quarantined in connection with COVID-19 and students with symptoms corresponding to COVID-19

Ing. Helena Šislerová

17.09.20 17.10.20
CTU Coronavirus Information

Ing. Helena Šislerová

15.09.20 15.11.20
We cooperate on ideathon dedicated to the actual topic of cognitive warfare technologies
To what extent can the power of the human mind be manipulated with modern technologies? Software Testing IntelLigent Lab (STILL) from the Dept. of Computer Science cooperates on ideathon “Hack the Mind. Hack the Brain. Help Us Understand”, organized by DefSec Innovation Hub in collaboration with NATO, Czech Armed Forces and other partners. The event focuses on the actual topic of cognitive warfare and use of modern technologies in this field. Participation in the ideathon is open to everyone interested who wants to share their knowledge, ideas and solutions in this area.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

14.09.20 10.10.20
The student team presented the first self-driving electrical formula in the Czech Republic at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Two new student formulas were revealed on 4 September after technical presentations. Despite the cancellation of all international Formula Student races, the eForce FEE Prague Formula team did not slow down in development and presented the invited guests with a complete novelty in addition to the optimized electric formula model - a self-driving formula that the team was the first to construct in the Czech Republic. Both formulas have won several awards this summer in online alternatives to traditional international races.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

04.09.20 31.10.20
Algorithms by scientists from the FEE helped to animate Alfons Mucha's paintings

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

27.08.20 31.10.20
Researchers from the FEE have developed filtration material that can be sterilized by electric current and reused to protect against the new coronavirus and other diseases
The team of doc. Lukáš Vojtěch and Ing. Marek Neruda from the Department of Telecommunication Engineering, FEE has long been engaged in research and development of electrically conductive textile materials. In a record time of 3 months, the team designed and tested a prototype of a textile composite material that can be sterilized by electric current. The prototype composite consists of carbon fabrics, nanotextiles and an electrode system. The filtration concept is registered for patent protection and the team is currently looking for partners for introduction into production.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.07.20 21.11.20
Researchers from the FEE have developed filtration material that can be sterilized by electric current and reused to protect against the new coronavirus and other diseases
The team of doc. Lukáš Vojtěch and Ing. Marek Neruda from the Department of Telecommunication Engineering, FEE has long been engaged in research and development of electrically conductive textile materials. In a record time of 3 months, the team designed and tested a prototype of a textile composite material that can be sterilized by electric current. The prototype composite consists of carbon fabrics, nanotextiles and an electrode system. The filtration concept is registered for patent protection and the team is currently looking for partners for introduction into production.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.07.20 30.09.20
Drones and ground robots of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering will study the Býčí skála cave complex

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

27.07.20 31.10.20
The FreMEn contra COVID project from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering received a Special Award at the Hack the Crisis virtual hackathon
In response to the coronavirus crisis, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, together with the CzechInvest agency, organized a virtual hackathon titled Hack the Crisis with the aim of selecting and supporting exceptional projects that contributed to the fight against the pandemic. Over the last two months of the hackathon, 206 projects registered, from which the jury selected the best 15. On June 22, 2020, their representatives competed for the awards provided by the partner company Hyundai at the final evening in the Prague coworking space WeWork. With the participation of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček and Government Commissioner for IT Vladimír Dzurilla, eight finalists were awarded after the presentations and divided among themselves the amount of 10 million CZK for implementation and further development of the project.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

01.07.20 29.09.20
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

12.06.20 10.09.20
We participate in the introduction of the Galileo navigation system in Prague trams
All trams of the Prague Transport Company (DPP) will have new receivers that will allow them to receive signals from the Galileo, GPS, Glonass and BeiDou navigation systems. Experts from the Department of Radio Electronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University (FEE) are involved in their implementation.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

11.06.20 05.09.20
CTU in Prague has a significantly better score for 2021, the most prestigious university ranking QS claims
The Czech Technical University in Prague significantly improved in the evaluation of the prestigious QS World University Rankings for the year 2021. It ranked 432nd in the overall ranking of 1604 universities, a significant shift of 66 places compared to the 2020 ranking.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

10.06.20 02.11.20
Social Worker on Mobile - a new application from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering that can help in an unfavorable life situation
Karel Zavadil, a student of the bachelor's program in Software Engineering and Technology, at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, developed a unique application Social Worker on Mobile, which aims to provide individuals in an unfavorable social situation with relevant professional assistance by filling out a simple questionnaire. The application was developed by the student Karel Zavadil himself within his diploma work, supervised by Ing. Martin Komárek from the Department of Computers. Its use is very intuitive. The application offers the user a number of simple questions and, based on the chosen answers, evaluates the situation and suggests further action, including contacts to specific workplaces in the area as social service providers, authorities and non-profit organizations.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

05.06.20 12.08.20
The development of clean energy will bring more than 300 billion crowns of investments, according to a study in which the Faculty of Electrical Engineering participates
A total of 327.5 billion crowns will come from investments to achieve the goal of developing renewable resources, which was set by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic. The amount was calculated by experts from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University and the Chamber of Renewable Energy Sources. According to a study by the Chamber, approximately 70 billion crowns of public support will be needed to trigger these investments. The Modernization Fund will be key, the conditions of which are currently being finalized by the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

20.05.20 23.07.20
CyberSec&AI Connected 2020 – The second year of the CTU and Avast security conference
After a successful CyberSec&AI Prague conference that won the 2019 AI Awards ‘Event of the Year’, CTU in Prague and Avast once again bring together the best minds in AI, machine learning, and cybersecurity. This year’s conference CyberSec&AI Connected 2020 (cybersecai.com) will take place in four major cities around the world, as well as being streamed live online. Attendees can join a full program and speakers from all tracks according to their interests or time availability.

Mgr. Karolína Poliaková

05.05.20 31.05.20
A student from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering designed a test tube opener manufactured on a 3D printer. It is already used by seven Czech laboratories and can be printed free of charge by anyone
At the beginning of April, the doctor RNDr. Lenka Richterové, Ph.D. contacted a group of CTU researchers who automate Covid-19 testing using pipetting robots in the Na Bulovce Hospital, where she works. Researchers and students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) and the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) were asked whether they could design a tool to facilitate the opening of test tubes. The current procedure of manual opening is very impractical and ultimately dangerous. It requires inserting a finger into the recess of the lid, turning it and then unfolding it. According to Richterová, this method followed by the lab technicians causes calluses and painful blisters that burst. In addition, tilting the cap to the side causes bubbles to contaminate the outside of the tube and laboratory gloves. And using more layers of gloves would make it impossible to hold the tube and cap firmly.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.04.20 27.05.20
Scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering develop drones, which autonomously search for radiation
Experts from the group of Multirobotic Systems of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University (MRS) have joined forces with the company ADVACAM, with which they are working on the development of a drone independently searching for radiation. Compared to current systems, the drone can use an advantageous combination of small size and flexibility, so the device can be used in difficult-to-access terrain. The drones will be equipped with state-of-the-art detection technology that allows you to find the radiation source up to 100 times more efficiently than is possible today, at an incomparably lower acquisition cost. The detectors will be provided by ADVACAM, a developer of state-of-the-art imaging technology, supplied by, for example, NASA. The facility will serve the police, the army, rescue services and nuclear power plants. The prototype should be ready this autumn. The product should enter international markets in about a year and a half.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

23.04.20 20.06.20
Drive by wire concept (Smart Driving Solutions)
The concept of drive by wire solution is introduced, showing analogy with aerospace flight by wire functionality and pointing out the possible technology transfere. The drive by wire approach augments human driver capabilities, guaranties safety and reliability of operation. Furthermore such service is missing piece in development proces from human driven vehicle to autonomous vehicle.

Ing. Jan Sláma

21.04.20 30.06.20
Li-Fi in the University hospital Motol was tested by colleagues from the dept. of electromagnetic field
The researchers from the Wireless and Fibre Optics Group, Petr Chvojka and Stanislav Zvanovec, cooperated with colleagues from the Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz Institute on the testing of a Li-Fi system in an operating room in Motol University Hospital. The results were presented at the conference OFC 2020, San Diego, USA. Also, a short interview about the experiment was published in the IEEE Spectrum magazine.

Ing. Petr Chvojka, Ph.D.

16.04.20 30.06.20
Algorithm by the scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU in Prague will help automate coronavirus testing at the Motol University Hospital
Scientists and students from the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU (FEE CTU) in cooperation with the Faculty of Science, Charles University and the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) are working on automation of COVID-19 sample testing for the Motol University Hospital. The algorithm currently being developer is designed to allow hospital pipetting robots to handle samples quickly and safely, avoiding cross-contamination. The involvement of the Opentrons and Beckman Biomek 3000 robots will make it possible to use test kits newly developed at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry AS CR (IOCB AS CR) and can have a major impact on the testing process. If successful, it will replace the work of the laboratory technicians, who will be given room to carry out other activities related to fighting the coronavirus. New software could be deployed during Easter.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

09.04.20 31.05.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

20.03.20 15.05.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

20.03.20 30.04.20
Coronavirus – summary information

Ing. Jan Sláma

09.03.20 30.07.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

06.03.20 16.05.20
Cancellation of teaching at FEE on 2.3.2020

doc. Ing. Jiří Jakovenko, Ph.D.

02.03.20 02.03.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.02.20 09.04.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

25.02.20 30.04.20
We celebrated 50 years since the founding of computer graphics in the Czech Republic
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of computer graphics in the Czech Republic, a commemorative seminary took place in the building of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering on Thursday, 20 February. The event consisted of presentations of founders and witnesses of computer graphics from various workplaces in the Czech Republic. Photographs of historical equipment and projects were not the only things presented during the seminary, but also unique memories of the beginnings of computer graphics in the Czech Republic.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

21.02.20 31.03.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

17.02.20 09.05.20
Prof. Matas editor-in-chief of International Journal of Computer Vision

Ing. Jan Sláma

15.02.20 30.04.20
Drones of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering will be presented in Abu Dhabi in a week
The Khalifa University hosts the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC) in Abu Dhabi from 23-25 February. A team led by scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (FEL) working with researchers from the universities of Pennsylvania and New York has made it to the finals and to defend the 2017 victory, has been testing drones in desert conditions for more than a month.

Ing. Jan Sláma

14.02.20 07.03.20
Open Day at our faculty - Photo Gallery

BcA. Petr Neugebauer

10.02.20 31.03.20
•• 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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

30.01.20 30.04.20
CTU-CRAS team from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering will defend their success in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge robotic competition
Last August, the CTU-CRAS team from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering was able to win among the non-sponsored teams in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Tunnel Circuit and took 3rd place in the overall scoring. In the upcoming competition, which will take place in Washington (USA) on 18-27 February, the CTU-CRAS experts and their robots will be tackling with multi-storey terrain that includes the challenge of moving between floors on very steep and narrow stairs, possible but very difficult flythrough of vertical shafts, or new objects to detect, including the location of dangerous CO2 leakage source .

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.01.20 27.02.20
CTU was visited by representatives of UC Berkeley Extension

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.01.20 29.02.20
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 (http://math.feld.cvut.cz/mt).

Ing. Jan Sláma

25.01.20 30.04.20
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.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

15.01.20 20.05.20
Job Openings

Ing. Kateřina Dřímalová

13.01.20 15.09.20
SYNTH CHALLENGE 2019 – Announcement of competition results
On January 8th, 2020, the winners of the SYNTH CHALLENGE 2019 competition, which focuses on the synthesis of sounds and musical instruments in the MATLAB programming environment, were announced. This year students could choose between a synthesis of “Three Nuts for Cinderella” by Karel Svoboda and “Waterloo” by ABBA. In the second task, students created arbitrary realizations using various sound synthesis techniques. Professors from universities in Germany, Finland, and the USA participated in the evaluation of the competition. Examples of the most successful sound syntheses were played during the ceremony: “Autumn Hunting” by Jan Melechovský (Honorable Mention), “Drum Kit” by student Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Matěj Mžourek (“Honorable Mention”), “Waterloo” by Martin Novotný (3rd prize), “Three Nuts for Cinderella” by Daniel Šafář (2nd prize) and “Once in the West” by Jan Vimr (1st prize). The diploma and prizes were awarded to students by FEL Vice-Dean Jiří Jakovenko, Chairman of the Czech Acoustic Society Prof. Jiříček and for HUMUSOFT Dr. Mudrová and Ing. Studnička. At the end of the ceremony, SETOPLETE group and FEE professors played both songs live.

prof. Ing. Roman Čmejla, CSc.

13.01.20 29.02.20
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

06.01.20 23.02.20
The drones of the FEE are flying to Abu Dhabi to defend their victory, they will compete for prizes worth more than CZK 50 million
A team led by scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, coworking with researchers from the universities of Pennsylvania and New York, made it to the finals of all three sub-disciplines of the prestigious Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC), organized by Khalifa University, that takes place in Abu Dhabi on 25 February. In addition, FEE representatives advanced to the finals of the main competition from the first place out of 200 registered teams. All partial disciplines - autonomous capture of flying drone, robotic wall construction and fire fighting in high-rise buildings will be solved simultaneously in the final round, showing the audience a glimpse of the robotic cities of the future.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

06.01.20 25.02.20
The computer room T2:A4-404 will be closed
The computer room T2:A4-404 will be closed from 23 December 2019 to 3 January 2020.

Ing. Michal Dočkal

20.12.19 03.01.20
The best IT diploma thesis is the design of algorithm for an autonomous rescue robot by Jan Bayer

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

16.12.19 04.02.20
The “Climbing robot” of the team from Špitálská secondary school in Prague won in the finals of CTU Robocontest

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

14.12.19 10.01.20
Scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering will solve three unique research projects, particularly on human-robotic cooperation

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

29.11.19 22.01.20
Adaptive cruise control will not yet resolve congestion, a public experiment by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering showed

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

25.11.19 31.01.20
[] live stream from the “Robosoutěž” competition (Nov. 22nd, ~10 am – 3 pm)

Ing. Jan Sláma

22.11.19 22.11.19
[] live stream from the “Robosoutěž” competition (Nov. 21st, ~10 am – 3 pm)

Ing. Jan Sláma

20.11.19 21.11.19
[] live stream from the “Robosoutěž” competition (~10 am – 3 pm)
Live stream from the “Robosoutěž” competition – in czech language

Ing. Jan Sláma

19.11.19 20.11.19
Exhibition “November '89 – 30 years after”

prof. Ing. Pavel Ripka, CSc.

12.11.19 31.03.20
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Avast are opening a joint laboratory focused on artificial intelligence and cybersecurity
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU, together with Avast, is developing research into artificial intelligence and machine learning. This is the first of its kind in this area. The Avast AI and Cybersecurity Laboratory (abbreviated AAICL), where most of the research will take place, is located on the Faculty campus at Charles Square.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

06.11.19 11.01.20
Inauguration of the dean – photogallery

BcA. Petr Neugebauer

01.11.19 31.01.20
Scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering approached 20% efficiency with new solar cell technology
Scientists from the Center of Advanced Photovoltaics at the Department of Electrical technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering are developing highly efficient solar cells based on hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites. They have now achieved an efficiency of 19.1 %.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

01.11.19 31.12.19
Bronze medal from the autonomous formula competition in New York
A team of students from CTU in Prague led by prof. Zdeněk Hanzálek from the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics won the 3rd place in the Formula F1 / 10 Autonomous Formula Competition at Columbia University in New York. The competition took place on 14 October 2019. Overall 11 teams from all over the world qualified for the competition.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

15.10.19 28.11.19
1st year student matriculation – gallery

Ing. Jan Sláma

12.10.19 30.11.19
Šimon Mandlík from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague received the prestigious UPE Award

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

23.09.19 11.12.19
Video from FELfest 2019

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.09.19 31.10.19
Student formula cars and motorcycles will be presented at the Dejvice Campus
On Wednesday, October 2nd, Technicka Street will traditionally turn into a racing circuit, where one will be able to see two latest formulas and three CTU student teams' motorcycles during the demonstration rides. A day with formula cars and racing motorcycles attracts fans of motorsport and electromobility. Spectators can admire formulas and motorcycles with an internal combustion engine or electric drive at demonstration rides.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

10.09.19 02.10.19
The wITches students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering have taught magic in electrical engineering for nearly a thousand children
A volunteer group of students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague teaches kids the basics of IT and electrical engineering. Workshops for children from 10 years to 15 years are free of charge since 2016. They currently offer five different topics - building and programming robots from LEGO MINDSTROMS, basics of programming in SCRATCH environment, basics of electrical circuits with BOFFIN, basics of programming and algorithms with OZOBOT robots and fundamentals of electrical engineering with programmable microcomputer MICRO: BIT. They arrange excursions to IT and technology companies for the participants, so that children get to know how everything looks like in practice. Students create and provide the program and tools themselves, as well as web application development, PR graphics, or management.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

30.08.19 14.10.19
CTU-CRAS from the FEE won 200 000 $ in Pittsburgh
The DARPA Subterranean Challenge Tunnel Circuit took place in Pittsburgh, USA on 15-22 August. A team of CTU-CRAS scientists and students from the Department of Cybernetics and Computer Department of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague demonstrated a multirobotic system for searching the areas affected by the disaster. CTU-CRAS took first place in the category for teams not supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and ranked third overall.

Ing. Jan Sláma

23.08.19 11.01.20
Formula eForce FEE Prague Formula brought silver medal from Most

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

19.08.19 22.10.19
Photos from FEL_Camp

Ing. Jan Sláma

11.08.19 28.09.19
Scientists from FEE demonstrated how group of autonomous drones cooperate

Ing. Jan Sláma

02.08.19 30.11.19
R. Hadimani: Magnetic Neuromodulation: A Non-Invasive and Safe Treatment for Brain Disorders [lecture recording]
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) can tune brain functions non-invasively, safely and effectively without the need for surgery or drugs. Thus it can enable treatment of several debilitating neurological and psychiatric disorders and enhancement of cognitive capabilities. TMS has gained significant attention as a treatment for depression and is used for investigating therapeutic effects on several brain disorders at human level but its mechanism is poorly understood. We have designed and fabricated a novel focal stimulation coil that can stimulate only a local region of primary motor cortex. In collaboration with Dr. Baron, a neurologist at VCU, we are working to experimentally verify the results from coil design in rats. We have also designed and fabricated an anatomically accurate human brain phantom that can be used to test feasibility and safety of several TMS protocols. The current research is working to establish accurate mechanism underlying TMS by investigating the electric firing patterns in the deeper regions of the brain induced by cortical stimulation. The role of individual nuclei in effecting other nuclei of the motor circuitry will be established. This will enable future development of effective TMS protocols for diagnosis and treatment of several neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Ing. Jan Sláma

26.07.19 30.11.19
Our colleagues co-organized the Children's University CTU in Prague

Ing. Jan Sláma

19.07.19 30.09.19
Professor Páta was appointed Dean of the FEE on July 1

Ing. Jan Sláma

01.07.19 22.09.19
Avast appoints CTU professor Michal Pěchouček as Chief Technology Officer
Avast (LSE:AVST) has appointed Michal Pěchouček to the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO), effective September 1, 2019. Pěchouček joins from the highly respected position at Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) where he is head of the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and head of Artificial Intelligence Center, which he founded nearly two decades ago.

Ing. Jan Sláma

02.07.19 30.09.19
Karel Durkota placed second in Joseph Fourier's Prize
Karel Durkota placed second in Joseph Fourier's Prize with his PhD. dissertation. In his work Karel combines advanced game-theoretic algorithms with practical network security applications built on real world data. During the doctoral studies Karel wrote or co-authored 12 papers and gained 195 citations for all of his publications and thesis. He is the first author of journal paper with impact factor 2.374 and during the PhD Karel achieved H-index 9 (according to Google’s Scholar). Congratulations Karel, you deserve this!

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.06.19 30.07.19
Two hundred exhibitors presented themselves at the second annual Maker Faire Prague festival with about 10,000 visitors

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

26.06.19 31.07.19
Drones from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering will defend the victory in Abu Dhabi and compete for the $ 1 million prize

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

18.06.19 14.10.19
Photos from FEL Fest 2019

Petr Neugebauer

13.06.19 17.10.19
Prague is to become a center of artificial intelligence within five years, thanks to prg.ai initiative
CTU in Prague, Charles University and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic joined forces with the capital city, froming the prg.ai initiative, which will promote cutting-edge science and research in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). Initiators are planning to attract world scientists to the Czech Republic, expand the base of Czech AI talents and help the emergence of new technology companies and startups. Thanks to the prg.ai initiative, presented to the public on 16 May, Prague can soon become a center of artificial intelligence of European significance. In addition to the Prague City Hall, the government and major private companies support this unique initiative.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

16.05.19 19.09.19
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

27.05.19 10.09.19
The winner of the international Biosignal Challenge 2019 is Bc. Laura Shala

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

23.05.19 24.07.19
Jiří Matas succeeded in AI Awards
Prof. Ing. Jiří Matas, Ph.D. received a special award of the project AI Awards 2018. The goal of the project is to introduce successful experts and companies which influence the direction of the world-wide evolution of AI technologies.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

14.05.19 25.07.19
Autonomous helicopters and robots of FEE successfully explored a gold mine near Denver

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

07.05.19 12.08.19
Professor Jonathan Ledgard will give a lecture at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering [20. 5.]
On May 20, 2019 at 19.00, Professor Jonathan Ledgard will give a lecture on "AI & NATURE" at the Artificial Intelligence Center of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (Karlovo náměstí 13, Prague 2). It will take place within the AI SPRING cycle and as an official accompanying event of the Innovation week (Týden inovací).

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

30.04.19 20.05.19
Successful students were awarded by the Dean

Ing. Jan Sláma

28.04.19 03.09.19
FELfest 2019 [June 12th]
This year the festival of our faculty will be held on Wednesday, June 12th.

Ing. Jan Sláma

27.04.19 12.06.19
CTU has the most powerful supercomputer for artificial intelligence research in the Czech Republic

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

16.04.19 31.08.19
Thanks to Fulbright's Scholarship, Jiří Zemánek from Faculty of Electrical Engineering will study futuristic materials at MIT University

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

04.04.19 20.07.19
We have two awards in the Werner von Siemens Prize
On Thursday 28 February, the results of the 21st edition of the prestigious Werner von Siemens Prize were announced at the Bethlehem Chapel. Among the winners were Ing. Jan Filip from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Ing. Libor Bukata of the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

11.03.19 31.05.19
Our experts have warned against the potential error of some GPS receivers
The so-called rollover, or the GPS Week number overflow, will occur on the night of 6 to 7 April. Experts compare this situation to the Y2K problem of the year 2000. The US Homeland Security Office, the Cyber Security Center, and even the ICAO have already issued warnings. Scientists at the Department of Radioelectronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, have already turned to the first Czech subjects with questions about testing and verification of their facilities. It is they who have experience with the development of the so-called Navigation, have developed several own GPS receivers, as well as the Russian GLONASS system, European Galileo and others. These people have been active in the Czech, European and international field of satellite and radio navigation for more than 40 years. And so thanks to its equipment and experience, several receivers have been tested for this situation and the public calmed down.

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

05.03.19 17.05.19
EuMCE 2019 - European Microwave Conference in Central Europe
European Microwave Association (EuMA) is launching a new series of conferences focusing on the development of microwave theory and technology primarily (but not only) in the Central European region. The first of these conferences - EuMCE 2019 - will be held in Prague. More information about EuMCE 2019, local organization, conference fee (it starts at 200 EUR, resp. at 100 EUR in case of students), important dates etc. can be found at webpage www.eumce.com.
EuMCE 2019 will be held from May 13 to 15 at Prague Congress Center. It will be associated with an Exhibition organized by Horizon House. We expect about 30 exhibitors – including e.g. Keysight Technologies, Rohde-Schwarz, etc.

prof. Ing. Jan Vrba, CSc.

28.02.19 15.05.19
We are setting up a new research center on drive by wire
A new Smart Driving Solutions research center has been created at the Department of Control Engineering. A team of 13 scientists led by Ing. Tomáš Haniš, Ph.D., aims to change the paradigm and to prepare the ground for the new technology of active dynamic driving, which has long been used in aviation industry. Experts from the department have been focusing on a long-term drive-by-wire concept, in which the driver does not control the wheels or car engine directly, but through an electronic control unit that has full control over the chassis. It is a technological revolution already underway by the aviation industry (so-called fly by wire systems are common in transport aircraft and fighters), but the automotive industry has not yet done so because of the conservative approach of the carmakers. Ing. Tomáš Haniš, Ph.D., is a researcher and developer who is coming to CTU with experience from Porsche Engineering Services and Rolls-Royce (aerospace division).

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

28.02.19 15.06.19
Drone piloting - course in summer semester – OPEN registration

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

20.02.19 20.02.19
Open Day at our faculty - Photo Gallery

Ing. Jan Sláma

12.02.19 08.04.19
FEE at International Trade Fair Amper (March 19 - March 22)

Otakar Vlcek

12.02.19 22.03.19
Interview with Chang-hee (Andy) Won, Ph.D.
From February to July 2019, prof. Chang-hee Won of Temple University in Pennsylvania, USA will be visiting CTU as a holder of the Fulbright-CTU Distinguished Chair fellowship. His professional interests include sensors and image processing and advanced control theory.

prof. Ing. Pavel Ripka, CSc.

05.02.19 30.06.19
Scientists from FEE will help research the union of Journalism and Artificial Intelligence

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

04.02.19 31.05.19
The LINKS interactive facade at FEE can display public transport departures, binary clocks and the Space Invaders game

Ing. Libuše Petržílková

31.01.19 31.08.19
Summer Camp for Elite Students at HKUST

doc. Ing. Jiří Jakovenko, Ph.D.

14.01.19 15.03.19
European Microwave Conference in Central Europe
European Microwave Association (EuMA) is launching a new series of conferences focusing on the development of microwave theory and technology primarily (but not only) in the Central European region. The first of these conferences - EuMCE 2019 - will be held in Prague. More information about EuMCE 2019, local organization, conference fee (it starts at 200 EUR, resp. at 100 EUR in case of students), important dates etc. can be found at webpage www.eumce.com.

prof. Ing. Jan Vrba, CSc.

10.01.19 26.01.19
Students' survey in progress, three participants win

doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.

07.01.19 22.02.19

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