Responsible: prof. Jiří Máca, CSc.
His hobbies include hiking, he likes the Austrian and Swiss Alps, but also the peace and quiet of the Krušné Mountains and Crete. He is interested in history of the Middle Ages, enjoys travelling around vineyards and wine cellars, his favourite grape variety is Kerner.
The Faculty Academic Senate is a self-governing representative body. Its members are elected from among the academic community members (Faculty academic staff and students of all implemented study programmes). The Senate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering has 30 members, who are elected by direct and secret vote. The Senate has two chambers; the Academic Staff Chamber at the Faculty of Civil Engineering has 18 members, and the Student Chamber 12 members, the Academic Senate’s term of office is three years.
The Senate, e.g., decides on the proposal for the Dean’s appointment, approves the conditions for admission to study, decides on the establishment, fusion, merger, division or dissolution of the Faculty departments on the Dean’s proposal, approves drafts of internal Faculty regulations, the allocation of funds and controls their use.
The Scientific Council is a self-governing body of the Faculty. It is mostly involved in scientific, research and other creative activities at the Faculty. Its Chair is the Dean, who convenes its sessions. The Scientific Board’s term of office is four years, the members are appointed by the Dean with the consent of the Academic Senate. At least one third of the members must be from outside the CTU academic community; they are distinguished representatives of the fields of specialization in which the Faculty is engaged.
Within its activity, the Council discusses the Faculty strategic plan, approves proposals for study programmes at the Faculty, presents plans for applications for accreditations, extension or prolongation of accreditations of study programmes and branches of habilitation and professorship appointment proceedings to the Rector, and participates in habilitation and professor appointment proceedings.
The Disciplinary Commission is a Faculty body. Its task is to discuss disciplinary offenses of the Faculty students, such as plagiarism or cheating during exams. The Commission submits its draft decisions to the Faculty Dean.
The Commission is composed of the Faculty employees and students, its members’ term of office is two years. The Commission’s proceedings and decisions are not public.
The Commission’s activity is regulated by the Disciplinary Code for Students of CTU: Internal CTU Regulations – Public web – Czech Technical University in Prague (cvut.cz)
Information about the composition of the FCE Disciplinary Commission is available here: Disciplinary Commission — FCE CTU (cvut.cz)
He has two small children and spends all his free time with his family. He is interested in modern technology, and if he had more time, he would devote part of it to computer games. He enjoys searching the objectively best possible solutions to various situations. He is a teacher at heart and loves disseminating and sharing knowledge of all sorts.
The role of ombudsmen is to help create an equal, welcoming and safe learning environment and to evaluate students´ complaints and proposals. These motions may relate to issues that cannot be addressed within the Faculty standards. Assistance is offered in matters of addressing inequitable, unfair and unjust treatment; in discrimination issues and safe environment concerns. Ombudsmen can assist in formulating a report, mediating or conducting a mediation meeting.
Ombudsmen do not have decision-making powers, they cannot interfere in academic processes, and they also try to act pre-emptively.
Neutrality, independence and impartiality are essential to the ombudsman´s work. All communication with students is confidential. The objective towards which the ombudsmen´s actions are always focused is agreement.
proděkan pro rozvoj a vnější vztahy
K zálibám patří individuální cestování, s oblibou navštěvuje místa spojená s filmovými a literárními příběhy mimo turistické lokality, ale zároveň si rád odpočine při práci na svojí chalupě v Podkrkonoší. Relaxovat umí i s knihou, upřednostňuje klasické sci-fi a autory jako třeba A. C. Clarke, Brian W. Aldiss nebo Ray Bradbury.
Vice-Dean for Education
She is fond of children and animals of all sorts, mainly horses and dogs. She has a lot of hobbies. They includes, among other things, books, from their production to reading, and creative artwork of any type. She goes in for ceramics, drawing, photography, cooking and sewing. Her weaknesses are sweets and black coffee.
Vice-Dean for Science and Research
A passionate hobby runner, but enjoys hiking, too, likes spending time outdoors and especially in the mountains. He is also a beekeeper, organizes a beekeeping group (CTU Bees) at the Faculty, so we have our original Faculty honey.
Vice-Dean for International Relations
His interest in astronomy and maps also prompted him to study at the Faculty. In addition, he loves mountains, snow and ice, with an international team he has camped out in Norway in winter, repeatedly visited Iceland and Greenland. He almost perished in the Huascarán massif in the Andes, wandered in Patagonia. To clear his head of paperwork, he devotes his free time to horses.
Vice-Dean for Construction
He likes returning regularly to the Šumava Mountains, where he comes from. Professionally, he often travels around localities of the Jizera, Krušné or Doupov Mountains, in the Šumava Mountains and in the Bohemian Forest, where he tries to combine work and leisure in nature. His recent hobby is collecting old professional books on water management structures and building structures.
Vice-Dean for Development
His hobbies include individual travel, he likes visiting places connected with movie and literary stories off the beaten track, but, at the same time, enjoys relaxing by working at his cottage in the Krkonoše foothills. He can also relax by reading a book, preferring classic sci-fi and authors like A. C. Clarke, Brian W. Aldiss or Ray Bradbury.