The Department of Electromagnetic Fields is involved in many research projects from a wide range of domestic and international providers. More information can be found on the websites of individual research teams and in the full list of projects on the CTU FEE website.

Full list of projects

The full list of projects can be found on the CTU FEE website.

Selected projects

The RF measurement of leaky feeder cables and the signal attenuation of subway cars in a metro tunnel

Tools for Synthesis of Antennas and Sensors & Virtual Prototyping and Validation of Electromagnetic Systems


EMRP Research Excelence Grant SIB62-REG1

WiFEEB – Wireless Friendly Energy Efficient Buildings

  • Funded by: EU FP7 Marie Curie IAPP project No. 286333
  • Duration: 2012-2015
  • Total amount: (cca 480 000 EUR for CTU)
  • Prime Contractor: University of Sheffield
  • Team of Pavel Pechač, Pavel Valtr (2012-2014), Tianyou Yu (2012-2014), Wengang Zhao (2013-2015), Ludek Subrt (2012-2014, in Sheffield)

Propagation Models for Interference and Frequency Coordination Analyses

  • Funded by: ESA Contract No. 4000105298/12/NL/CLP
  • Duration: 2012-2014
  • Total amount: 253 000 EUR (148 000 EUR for CTU)
  • Prime Contractor: CTU in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electromagnetic Field
  • Team of Pavel Pechac, Milan Kvicera, Pavel Valtr, Tomas Korinek

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