Martin Řehoř and Michal Habera, who are currently working at the University of Luxembourg, would like to draw your attention to the following announcements.
Following positions are open for a call (click for details):
The goal of this special event is to commemorate work of the outstanding Czech applied mathematician and numerical analyst, Dr. Ivan Hlaváček, who passed away on July 22, 2018.
Our long-term collaboration with Dr. Ivan Hlaváček Date: Friday November 23, 2018, 9:00-12:00 Organizers: Michal Krizek, Sarka Necasova Place: Institute of Mathematics, Main Lecture Hall
Podrobnosti o SNA 2019 (Seminář numerické analýzy a zimní škola) nyní najdete na aktualizované webové stránce: http://www.ugn.cas.cz/link/sna19
Důležitými termíny jsou kromě vlastního konání 21.-25.1.2019:
01.12.2018 Registrace s názvem příspěvku
20.12.2018 Zaslání rozšířených abstraktů do sborníku
15.01.2019 Zaplacení konferenčního poplatku
30.04.2019 Zaslání článku do speciálního čísla AM
The conference will be held in the Institute of Thermomechanics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i. in Prague, February 20 – 22, 2019.
Papers on experimental, numerical and theoretical investigations of problems in fluid mechanics are welcome.
Reports on new mathematical and/or experimental
For further details please visit our web. Please pay attention to "Conference Fee" and "Instructions for Authors" as there are some changes!
Looking forward to seeing you in Prague.
We would like to invite you to the Summer School 2018: Waves in Flows. The whole course and workshop will be held at the Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic.
Waves are one of the most distinct and most important phenomena in fluid mechanics. The aim of this summer school is to present a comprehensive series of lectures on various aspects of waves and their role in mathematical analysis and numerical simulation of different types of flows. The summer school is organized as a multidisciplinary event with topics ranging from theoretical and numerical mathematics up to physics and applications. The emphasize will be on models related to topics originating in environmental, biomedical and industrial applications. The summer course is prepared for graduate students, young scientists, and other interested specialists. Besides of the course lectures, the program will include a one day workshop (on Wednesday, August 29) dedicated to short, more advanced lectures given by attending scientists.
For more details see http://www.prague-sum.com/.
"Perspectives in Applied and Computational Analysis"
Joint Workshop Hannover – Prague
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
14.00-14.50 J. Málek: On analysis of several problems for implicitly constituted material models
14.50-15.20 B. Matioc: Modelling and mathematical aspects of fluid flows at low Reynolds
15.20-15.50 L. Adam: Chance constrained problems: Application to gas networks
16.20-16.50 A. Matioc: On geophysical water waves
16.50-17.40 O. Kreml: On the Riemann problem for the 2D compressible isentropic Euler
Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
Excursion of the Hannover group
Thursday, June 8th, 2017
9.00-9.50 Š. Nečasová: Weak-strong uniqueness for fluid-rigid body system
9.50-10.20 M. Michálek: Existence theorems for instationary differential equations in fluid
10.50-11.20 J. Escher: Bounded traveling waves in thin films with
gravity and insoluble surfactant
11.20-11.50 F. Kemm: On numerical gas dynamics and related problems
13.30-15.00 "Junior Session" with short presentations by PhD students from Hannover:
K. Vassi: Positivity preserving property for a hinged convex plate with stress
T. Würth: Mathematical modeling and analysis of temperature in MEMS
I. Akramov: Onsager‘s Conjecture in critical Besov space
L. Hegerhorst: Nonsmooth constrained optimization problems
J. Zehetbauer: tba
D. Ouchérif: tba
16.00-18.00 Guided tour through Prague
Social event in the evening with participants from Hannover and Prague
Friday, June 9th, 2017
9.00-9.50 R. Liska: Numerical methods for Lagrangian and indirect ALE hydrodynamics
9.50-10.20 C. Lienstromberg: On microelectromechanical systems with general permittivity
10.50-11.20 M. Steinbach: Mathematical optimization in gas transport
11.20-11.50 F. Lippoth: Modelling and analysis of osmotic cell swelling
12.00-12.30 E. Wiedemann: Mathematical analysis of turbulent flows
Date: 4. 5. 2017
Time: 14:00 - 15:30
Address: Sokolovská 83, Praha
Speaker: Esmond G. Ng (Berkeley Lab)
Abstract: pdf file
A lecture organized in cooperation with the Mathematical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), located in L'Aquila, Italy, offers 5 positions for research activity in the fields of interest of the Institute There is no age limit for applicants; however eligible candidates in Mathematics must have earned their PhD not earlier than January 1, 2012.
Candidates who are preparing their doctoral thesis are eligible to apply; however, they must have obtained their Ph.D degree before taking up their appointment with GSSI.
The annual gross salary is € 36.000,00. Each post doctoral research grant is intended for a duration of two years.
- Stochastic Differential Equations
- Particles systems and macroscopic limits, statistical mechanics and phase transitions
- Mathematical theory in classical and nonclassical fluids
- Nonlinear dispersive PDEs
- Dynamics and Control on Networks
- Mathematical models of collective behaviour, in biology and social sciences
- Mathematical Models in continuum mechanics of solids, fluids and biological matter
- Numerical methods for nonlinear PDEs
If you need assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 15th 2017
Dovolujeme si Vás informovat o konání další akce z řady - SNA, tedy Semináře a zimní školy numerické analýzy. Zameření akce je na numerické metody pro modelování a simulaci náročných technických problémů. SNA'17 se se bude konat v termínu 30.1. - 3.2. 2017 v Ostravě.
Podrobnosti zjistíte na webové stránce:
Date: 29/05/2016 – 03/06/2016
Place: Kácov, Czech Republic
The aim of the school is to promote the interconnection of mathematical modeling, analysis, and computational methods used in solving complex (real-world) problems. The lectures will be prepared with a broad multidisciplinary audience in mind, and at each school a broad scope, ranging from modeling to scientific computing, will be covered. Usually four main speakers deliver a series of three lectures. Ample time within the school is allocated for the promotion of informal scientific discussions among the participants.
Speakers and topics of the 2016 school are:
- Peter Bastian (Universität Heidelberg, Germany), [Simulation of Multiphase Flows in Porous Media].
- Jörg Liesen (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany), [Krylov subspaces. Classical mathematics, iterative methods, and surprisinglinks].
- Jan Mandel (University of Colorado at Denver, USA), [Probability on spaces of functions, with applications to inverse problems and dataassimilation].
- Richard Katz (University of Oxford, UK), [Two-phase fluid dynamics of partially molten rock: fundamentals and application to the Earth].
The school is organized under the auspices of the European Mathematical Society (EMS) and Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague (MFF UK), as an activity of the Nečas Center for Mathematical Modeling. Participants will have a possibility to present a short communication (maximally 10 minutes in the dependence on the number of
participants contributing to this kind of activity).
The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts is May 2, 2016.
Registration is now open at http://essam-masc.cuni.cz/ including the additional information about the venue, program and deadlines.
Dolní Maxov, Czech Republic, June 19-24, 2016
Seminar on numerical analysis, in particular
- theoretical and practical aspects of numerical methods
- implementation aspects of numerical algorithms
- numerical modelling
- parallel computing
Organized by the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Organizers: J. Chleboun, P. Kůs, P. Přikryl, K. Segeth, J. Šístek, T. Vejchodský.
See conference webpage for details.
Augsburg, February 17-19, 2016
The main course will be given by Felix Otto and additional lectures presented by Scott Armstrong and Antoine Gloria. The school is intended mainly for PhD students and early stage researchers, but open for everyone. Registration is free, but participants are required to register in advance, for organizational purposes. Further information on the school and deadlines (partial financial support, November 30, 2015) can be found on
the webpage of the winter school.
Würzburg, February 14-19, 2016
The speakers are
Sergio Conti (University of Bonn, Germany)
Variational Modeling of Crystal Plasticity and Dislocations
Irene Fonseca (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Epitaxy, Quantum Dots and Dislocations: Dynamics of Material Defects
Claude Le Bris (Ecole des Ponts and INRIA, France)
Nonperiodic Problems in Multiscale Materials Science: Toward a Theory of Defects and Efficient Stochastic Approaches
More information on the webpage of the winterschool.
Pilsen, September 6-10, 2015
The team members of the project ERC-CZ MORE (2012-2017) cordially invite you to the workshop on Model Reduction. The main topic of the workshop is model reduction of high-dimensional linear and nonlinear systems with particular emphasis on structure preserving model reduction and computational aspects of model reduction.
Prague, April 29, 2015
Carolinum, Small Auditorium, 2nd Floor
As part of the celebrations of twenty-five years of successful cooperation of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg and the Charles University in Prague (April 27-29, 2015), Heidelberg—Prague Workshop in Analysis and Numerics takes place on April 29. More information on the celebrations webpage or directly on the workshop webpage.
Workshop programme in PDF.
Prague, June 5-6, 2015, Friday 1:30pm till Saturday 5pm
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
Malostranské náměstí 25, Praha 1, Czech Republic
The European Finite Element Fair (EFEF) is an annual series of completely informal small workshops throughout Europe with equal initial conditions for each speaker. EFEF provides a platform for high-level discussions on current research on finite element approximation, in the broadest sense, of partial differential equations. Authors are encouraged to present one new idea rather than review a full research project. In this spirit, the communication of recent and new results, even not yet published, is very welcome. A few, but strict, rules apply to EFEF in order to distinguish it from existing workshops and minisymposia in the field. More information on workshop webpage.
Paseky nad Jizerou, May 31 - June 6, 2015
Following a longstanding tradition, the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague and the Czech Academy of Sciences will organize the 43rd Spring School on Analysis.
The program will consist of series of lectures on
Function Spaces and Lineability IX
Pekka Koskela (University of Jyväskylä, Finland): Sobolev Extension Domains
Luboš Pick (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic): How to Find the Optimal Partner
Juan B. Seoane-Sepúlveda (Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, Spain): Lineability and Spaceability in Mathematics. Linearity in Nonlinear Settings
More info on school webpage.
Pisa, Italy, 20 April 2015 - 24 April 2015
The aim of the workshop is to gather experts working on low dimensional dynamics from different perspectives. More info on workshop webpage.
Rome - May 18-22, 2015.
The workshop focuses on the mathematical analysis of special materials in complex systems for advanced technologies such as
• shape-memory, ferro-magnetic, bio-materials
• liquid crystals
• multi-component liquid mixtures and multi-phase fluids
The main aim of the conference is to provide an overview of the state of the art on these topics, with special attention to the novel techniques emerging in “non-smooth” mechanics and fluid dynamics. See more on conferece webpage.
Prague, February 24-25, 2015
The workshop, organized by Didier Henrion, Josef Malek, Tomas Pajdla, Zdenek Strakos and Miroslav Tuma, aims at reporting recent achievements in applied mathematics in engineering on the Czech scene. It is a follow-up of a series of previous similar workshops that took place in Prague in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014. More on webpage of the workshop.
Kácov, May 22-29, 2015
Dorin Bucur (Université de Savoie, Le-Bourget-Du-Lac, France)
Lars Diening (Universität München, München, Germany)
Ansgar Jüngel (Vienna University of Technology, Wien, Austria)
Chun Liu (The Penn State University, University Park, USA)
Arghir Dani Zarnescu (University of Sussex, Falmer, UK)
More on webpage of the school.
Lyon, France, July 6-10, 2015
The Equadiff is a series of major international conferences on dynamical
systems, ordinary and partial differential equations, and
applications, which are held every second year in various countries of
Western and Eastern Europe. Recent locations include Prague (2013),
Loughborough (2011), Brno (2009), Vienna (2007), Bratislava (2005),
and Hasselt (2003). See conference website for more information.
November 18–21, 2015, Prague, Czech Republic
International conference in honor of the 90th birthday of Ivo Babuška and 85th birthday of Milan Práger and Emil Vitásek. Professors Ivo Babuška, Milan Práger, and Emil Vitásek are renowned experts in numerical analysis and computational methods. Their fruitful scientific careers started in Prague, at the Institute of Mathematics of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (now Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic), where they worked on joint projects including computational analysis of technology during the construction of Orlík Dam (1953–1956) and the joint book entitled Numerical processes in differential equations published in 1966. Therefore, it is an honor for the Institute of Mathematics to host a conference on the occasion of their birthdays.
More on conference website.
September 18–20, 2015, Prague, Czech Republic
The program will consist of lectures delivered by invited speakers who are coauthors of Jan Maly. Another purpose of the meeting is to bring together mathematicians with common interest in the Geometrical Analysis and related topics. For further details please visit conference webpage.
May 25–28, 2015, Hotel Soláň, Beskydy Mountains, Czech Republic
Scope of the conference: applied mathematics, numerical linear algebra, optimization
methods, computational sciences, high performance computing.
For further details please visit conference webpage.
Prague, February 11-13, 2015
The conference will be held in the Institute of Thermomechanics, Academy
of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i. in Prague.
Scope of the conference covers the whole field of fluid mechanics.
Papers on experimental, numerical and theoretical investigations of problems in fluid mechanics are welcome. Reports on new mathematical and/or experimental aproaches to solution of fluid flow problems are also of great interest.
For further details please visit conference webpage.
Please note the following events that will be held in 2014. Workshop AIME@CZ Czech workshop on applied mathematics in engineering, meeting Regularity theory for elliptic and parabolic systems and problems in continuum mechanics and summer school Particles in Flows are co-organized by Nečas Center for Mathematical Modelling.
Conference "Modeling, analysis and computing in nonlinear partial differential equations
" organized as an activity of the ERC-CZ project Implicitly constituted material models: from theory through model reduction to efficient numerical methods and of Nečas Center for Mathematical Modelling. Details will be available soon.
|11th -- 12th March 2014||AIME@CZ Czech workshop on applied mathematics in engineering||The workshop, organized by Didier Henrion,
Josef Málek, Tomáš Pajdla, Zdeněk Strakoš and Miroslav Tůma aims at reporting recent achievements in applied mathematics in engineering on the Czech scene. It is a follow-up of a series of previous similar workshops that took place in Prague in
2010, 2011 and 2012.
|1st -- 3rd May 2014||Regularity theory for elliptic and parabolic systems and problems in continuum mechanics||Since 2010 Nadační fond na podporu vědy NEURON (NEURON Endowment Fund to Support Science) provides grants for scientists working in the Czech Republic. In 2012 NEURON junior research grant was awarded to Miroslav Bulíček for research concerning regularity of solutions to partial differential equations. The meeting Regularity theory for elliptic and parabolic systems and problems in continuum mechanics is organized as a part of this junior research project. The aim of the meeting is to bring together researchers working in the field of regularity of partial differential equations with a particular emphasis on partial differential equations stemming from continuum mechanics.|
|2nd -- 6th June 2014||Modelling 2014||Modelling 2014 aims to be a forum for an exchange of ideas, insights and experience in different areas of mathematical modelling - from numerical methods and computer aspects to applications of mathematical modelling methods. This international conference belongs to a series of conferences held in Roznov 2009, Pilsen 2005, Pilsen 2001, Prague 1998.Main topics topics include computational modelling in engineering and science: multiscale modelling, multiphysics modelling, progress in discretization methods, efficient solvers, nonlinear problems, reliable computations, challenging applications of mathematical modelling methods, exploiting massively parallel computing facilities.|
|8th -- 13th June 2014||PANM 17||Programs and Algorithms of Numerical Mathematics 17, seminar organized by Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. For more information visit the conference homepage.|
|9th -- 15th June 2014||NAFSA 10||The 10th international school on Nonlinear Analysis, Function Spaces and Applications is organized by the Department of Mathematical Analysis of the Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, and the Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. For more information please visit the school homepage.|
|25th August -- 31th August||Particles in Flows||The aim of the summer school is to present a comprehensive series of lectures on various aspects of problems involving particles in flows. It is organized as a multidisciplinary event with topics ranging from theoretical and numerical mathematics up to physics and applications. The emphasize will be on models related to topics originating in environmental, biomedical and industrial applications. The summer course is prepared for graduate students, young scientists, and other interested specialists. Besides of the course lectures, the program will include a one day workshop (on Wednesday, August 27) dedicated to short, more advanced lectures given by attending scientists.
See homepage or PDF leaflet.
|8th - 12th September 2014||Numerical
Simulation in Physics and Engineering (The XVI Jacques-Louis Lions Spanish-French School)
|The Spanish-French School on Numerical Simulation in Physics and Engineering has been organized every two years since 1984, and it is intended for professionals, researchers and students interested in numerical methods. More information on the webpage or in the PDF leaflet.|
|21st - 26th September 2014||Modeling, analysis and computing in nonlinear partial differential equations||Conference organized as an activity of the ERC-CZ project Implicitly constituted material models: from theory through model reduction to efficient numerical methods. Details will be available soon.|
|3rd - 5th November 2014||Computational Mechanics 2014||
The aim of the 30th annual scientific conference COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS 2014 (CM 2014) is to inform all participants and the wide scientific community about topical problems and new results gained in various fields of engineering mechanics in the last year and to extend the cooperation among academical and industrial institutions.
The workshop MODELLING AND INVERSE PROBLEMS FOR HETEROGENEOUS MEDIA will be organised within the conference.
For more information please visit the conference website.
Seminar on numerical analysis, in particular
- practical and theoretical aspects of numerical methods
- implementational aspects of numerical algorithms
- numerical modelling
- parallel computing
Organized by Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Organizers: J. Chleboun, P. Přikryl, K. Segeth, J. Šístek, T. Vejchodský.
SEMINAR ON GEODYNAMICS (for more details see http://geo.mff.cuni.cz/seminarGeod.htm)
On 13.11.2013 presents:
|14:00||Miroslav Kuchta (Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo): Eikonal equation on unstructured meshes|
|15:40||Mikael Mortensen (Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo): FEniCS and its application in biomedical computing|
On March 18, 2013 the agreement to establish the Nečas Center for Mathematical Modeling was signed.
Academic bulletin ASCR report (in czech)
International Conference on Finite Elements in Science and Technology (including other numerical techniques) that is dedicated to Prof. RNDr. Miloslav Feistauer, DrSc., Dr.h.c. on the occasion of his 70th birthday
is organized by the Department of Numerical Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague. The scientific program starts on Thursday, June 20, 9:30 and ends on Saturday, June 22, noon.
See the conference webpage for details.
We expect the signature of the treaty establishing the Center on March 18, 2013. The operation of the Center will be inaugurated on May 2, 2013 at the Refectory in Malá Strana building of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague. Professor Endre Süli (University of Oxford) who is a member of the research team of project ECR-CZ MORE (principal investigator Josef Málek) will give a lecture at the seminar.
Eduard Feireisl, Josef Málek, Šárka Nečasová, Jiří Neustupa and Milan Pokorný will give invited lectures at the International Conference on Mathematical Fluid Dynamics that is held on the occasion of Professor Yoshiro Shibata's 60th birthday. The titles of their lectures are "Dissipative solutions to the full Navier--Stokes--Fourier system", "On implicitly constituted incompressible ﬂuids", "Compresible barotropic ﬂuids in time-dependent domains: existence and incompressible limits", "A reﬁnement of some regularity criteria for weak solutions of the Navier--Stokes equations" and "Steady compressible Navier-Stokes–Fourier system" respectively.