There are several Czech Technical University campuses, and several other buildings that are used by the faculties of the university for teaching, research and other purposes. Most of the buildings are in Prague, but some are outside Prague too. CTU has 8 faculties, and their buildings are mainly located in Prague 6 (Dejvice main Campus) and/or in the city centre. The Faculty of Biomedical Engineering is located at Kladno, 30 km north-west of Prague.
Prague 6 – Dejvice 166 07
The main campus is located at Prague 6 – Dejvice. This attractive and quite spacious campus is less than 10 minutes from the city centre by metro. It houses main buildings of the Faculty of Architecture, the Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Information Technology. The rector’s offices, including international office area also there. The magnificent newly-built National Technical Library is located in the middle of the Dejvice campus, and the CTU incubator for spin-off companies spawned by CTU researchers is also on the campus. There is a metro station (Dejvicka) adjacent to the campus, and frequent airport buses leave from and arrive at the edge of the campus.
Faculty of Architecture
The faculty has a system of 32 vertical studios led by professors, senior lecturers and experienced architects. In 2010, the faculty introduced a new study programme in Industrial Design, with 3 different studios. The faculty moved into a fine new modern building in 2011.
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Faculty of Civil Engineering
The faculty has its own underground education center, the Josef Gallery, where students take practical on-site training in a real underground environment. The faculty is a member of ETCP – the European Construction Technology Platform. CTU student Jan Tilinger is implementing the Sun School project in the Indian Himalayas.
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
The CarTech team of students is now developing its third formula-type racing car with an internal combustion engine and also its first formula-type racing car with an electric drive. The car competes in races at the Hockenheim circuit in Germany every year.
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
The faculty generates 40% of the research results that count towards CTU’s ranking as a major research university. It offers double degree and joint degree programmes. It is the only faculty in Europe that cooperates in research programs with all sections of the US Army. Is in 5th place in the Czech Republic out of a total of 373 research organisations evaluated by the Council for Research and Development CTU student Michal Kubínyi is a PhD student in the department of Measurement, the first CTU student and also the first Czech to participate in an international research project at NASA’s Ames Research Center.
Faculty of Information Technologies
The faculty has a department for forensic analysis of evidence of a digital nature, and also carries out studies of methods for automating data mining processes. Research is being done on robots navigated by a stereoscopic camera, and on robotic toys suitable as accessories for voice communication between man and computer. The field of arbology has been established and developed at the faculty – this is a new theory providing a unified view of tree algorithms.
Pohraniční 1288/1 Děčín 1 405 01
This Czech Technical University campus is located outside the capital city. The Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and the Faculty of Transportation Sciences offer bachelor programmes there.
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
This is the only faculty in the Czech Republic that has “nuclear” departments. It is the only faculty in the Czech Republic and perhaps in Europe that enables its students to work directly on a fusion reactor and also on a fission reactor. The faculty has its own VR – 1 nuclear reactor and the Golem fusion tokamak.
Faculty of Transport Sciences
The faculty has a specific form of project-orientated education, and carries out research in close cooperation with experts from industry.
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering
This is the only faculty specializing in work at the interface between technology and medicine. It is engaged in research on nanotechnologies for medicine, is developing new types of biocompatible thin layers /surfaces for implants, stents and new types of sensors. The faculty has a unique artificial lung ventilation unit. It is one of the cutting-edge workplaces in the field, contributing particulary to the area of high-frequency ventilation. Applications to study at the faculty have risen by almost one quarter within the last year.