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Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
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Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

General description


The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague experienced with mechanical engineering all phases of its development starting from the onset of the industrial revolution up to the present time and often paid here an active role. The 17 Faculty departments cover the entire sphere of mechanical engineering from mathematics and physics over materials and technologies up to individual types of machines and processes and enterprise economics. Details on a number of them can be found on further pages. Their 150 years lasting history is an extensive one and represents not only a great commitment but also a hopeful promise of further development of the faculty for industry in the Czech Republic based on our mechanical engineers.

Key Research Facilities, Infrastructure and Equipment


We design manufacturing processess and systems. Based on deep knowledge of manufacturing technologies, with emphasis on the quality assurance and using digital twin for process planning and control. Educational and research and development activities of our department are focused on mechanical engineering technologies. Our students gain knowledge on designing technologies of production processes and systems. Such fundamentals enable them to realize the potential of individual production technologies and to use this knowledge in further context in creating concepts of new production processes and systems and/or rationalizing existing ones. Production and analytical technologies:

  • GE Additive Concept laser M2
  • Okuma GENOS L200 – multifunctional 4D lathe
  • CNC 5 axis tool and cutter grinder
  • CNC cylindrical grinding machine
  • CNC surface grinder
  • CAM software and postprocessors (NX, Catia, Hypermill, Powermill, etc..)
  • Computed tomography Zeiss Metrotom 1500
  • Zeiss Prismo
  • Zeiss UPMC 850 CARAT
  • Fully automated microhardness tester TSI FM 100
  • Metallographic laboratory equiped by Struers
  • Experimental device for testing machinability of materials
  • Residual stress profile measurement method by continual etching
  • Roundness Mahr MFU 100
  • Surface texture, Roughness and contour
  • Mahr MarSurf LD 120 – hi-precision contour/roughness analysis
  • Mahr CM Expert confocal microscope

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Research groups

The following research groups of this Hosting organisation are involved in the first call of MERIT. The candidates can freely formulate their own research topic aligned with activities and research focus of these research groups.

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2 calls
30 fellowships
30 months