Seminars:
 The Ph.D. student of the University of Tokyo Koya Sakakibara is spending
his threemonth stay in the Department of Mathematics. His talk "Structurepreserving numerical scheme for the onephase
HeleShaw problems by the method of fundamental solutions combined with the uniform distribution
method" is scheduled for Thursday January 28 2016, Room T112, Trojanova 13, Praha 2
 The collaboration with the Kanazawa University, Japan in the student exchange
has been successfully started by the stay of Hironori Kobayashi and Ryohei Yamaoka,
students in Applied Mathematics, spending a part of winter semester 201516
in the Department of Mathematics. They presented results of work on their topics of individual work.
 Organizing the invited lecture The working of metals and Deep Thought by Prof. L. M. Brown (Cavendish Laboratory,
University of Cambridge) at FJFI ČVUT, Trojanova 13, Praha 2 on Thursday September 11, 2014, room No. T301, 9:30
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2014
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University and Comenius University in Bratislava in Děčín on June 12  June 15, 2014
 Organizing the seminar Applied Mathematics at Kanazawa University on March 21, 2014, room T112, Trojanova 13, Praha 2 at the occasion
of the visit of Prof. S. Omata, Prof. H. Nagao and Prof. K. Švadlenka from the Graduate School of Mathematics, Kanazawa University
Events 2016:
 Visiting Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Shibaura Institute of Technology
and Meiji University,
Tokyo working on multiphase and free boundary problems, with presentations
to graduate students, preparing mutual student exchanges  July 2016.
 Participating in the Workshop on interface motions and free boundary problems:
mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, modellings and experiments held at
Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan on July 810 2016
 The collaboration with the AGH Kraków continues by the stay of Dr. Marcin Rywotycki,
Department of Heat Engineering, in the Department of Mathematics
 The collaboration with the Kanazawa University, Japan in the student exchange
continues by the stay of Takuro Yoneda,
students in Applied Mathematics, spending a part of summer semester 201516
in the Department of Mathematics
 Participating in the 8th international congress Multiscale Materials Modeling
held on October 9  14, 2016 in Dijon, France
 Participating in the conference
Czech Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2016 taking place in Krakow, Poland on
September 59, 2016
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2016
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University, Comenius University in Bratislava and Technical University in Dresden in Děčín on June 9  June 12, 2016
 Participating in the conference
Algoritmy 2016 taking place in Podbanské, Tatra Mountains, Slovakia on March 1318, 2016
 The Ph.D. student of the University of Tokyo Koya Sakakibara is spending
his threemonth stay in the Department of Mathematics. His talk "Structurepreserving numerical scheme for the onephase
HeleShaw problems by the method of fundamental solutions combined with the uniform distribution
method" is scheduled for Thursday January 28 2016, Room T112, Trojanova 13, Praha 2
 The collaboration with the Kanazawa University, Japan in the student exchange
has been successfully started by the stay of Hironori Kobayashi and Ryohei Yamaoka,
students in Applied Mathematics, spending a part of winter semester 201516
in the Department of Mathematics
Within the Jindřich Nečas Center for Mathematical Modelling
 joint project with the Charles University in Prague and the Mathematical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences 
a lecture series of visitors is organized:

Presentation of Bioengineering Laboratory, Institute of Physical Biology, University of South Bohemia,
Nové Hrady held on Thursday November 11, 2010 at 13.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with the programme:

Stochastic techniques applied to Metabolomics and Proteomics by J. Urban and J. Vaněk (13.30),

Thermodynamics principles based software: Entropy Calculator and Cell Science,
by P. Císař (14.00)

Practical use of image enhancement for determination of living cell phase space trajectory
by D. Štys (14.30)

Free discussion since 15.00
The presentation poster is here.

Weakly nonlinear analysis of the HamiltonJacobiBellman parabolic equation arising from optimal portfolio management
by Prof. Daniel Ševčovič (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava),
invited lecture on Wednesday September 22, 2010 at 11.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112,
visitor of the Department of Mathematics. Abstract is
here.

Mathematical models and numerical methods in image processing with applications in developmental
biology by Prof. Karol Mikula (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak Technical University in Bratislava),
keynote lecture held on Tuesday June 8, 2010 at 15.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212.

FiniteVolume Method in Image Processing by Prof. Karol Mikula
(Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak Technical University in Bratislava), intensive course (2 credits) with the schedule:

Thursday June 10, 2010 at 10.30  11.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 212

Tuesday June 15, 2010 at 10.30  11.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 212

Wednesday June 16, 2010 at 9.30  10.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 201

Thursday June 24, 2010 at 9.30  10.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
Time and space location of particular lectures may slightly change and will be announced here.

Analytical and numerical methods of financialderivative pricing by Prof. Daniel Ševčovič
(Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava), intensive course (2 credits) with the schedule:
 Thursday September 3, 2009 at 9.30  11.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Friday September 4, 2009 at 9.30  11.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Thursday September 10, 2009 at 14.30  16.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Friday September 11, 2009 at 9.30  11.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Thursday September 17, 2009 at 13.30  15.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Friday September 18, 2009 at 9.30  11.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Thursday September 24, 2009 at 13.30  15.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Friday September 25, 2009 at 10.15  11.45, Trojanova 13, room No. 212
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
Time and space location of particular lectures may slightly change and will be announced here.
The slides are here.

Mini workshop on advanced numerical methods for parallel computers
organized by Dr. Atsushi Suzuki on Monday September 7, 2009 at 14.0016.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112. This workshop
covers topics including numerical schemes and parallel computational algorithms for phenomena governed by quantum mechanics
and continuum mechanics. The program contains one invited lecture and two contributed talks:
 Development of High performance and highly scalable eigenvalue solver on a petascale computer system by Prof. Toshiyuki Imamura
(Faculty of ElectroCommunications, University of ElectroCommunications)
Abstract:
On a petascale computing environment, we must use multicore, multiprocessor and multiarchitecture effectively. In particular, more
than ten to hundred thousand cores are assumed on a large scale problem in high performance computing. This is actually challenging
for current users with respect to amounts of computer resources and development difficulties. Highend programmer needs not only
single programming style but more complicated one, for example, hybrid OpenMP/MPI programming.
Furthermore, heterogeneous configuration as combination with GPGPU and Cell accelerator new programming style is demanded like CUDA
and SPEcoprogram. In such a situation, we can easily imagine that a numerical library plays a good role in programming to obtain an
effective program and reasonably high performance.
Another issue in petascale computing is choice of algorithms which are not thought as an optimal mathematically but they are optimal
solutions on a real petascale system. One example, blocking algorithm is already a good player in this cache and poor
memorybandwidth era. However it has a tradeoff point with several parameter sets. It can be categorized in a tuning problem. We
have to explore an optimal parameter set among all the possible situations, statically and dynamically.
My talk covers a general trend and problems on a petascale computing environment, especially for numerical libraries. In addition,
we present our peta computing project, development of high performance and highly scalable eigenvalue solver and preliminary results.
 Use of nVidia CUDA for Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations by Tomas Oberhuber (FJFI ČVUT v Praze)
Abstract:
GPU  Graphics processing unit  has recently developed into highly efficient
devices which can be succesfuly used even for other problems then just
visualisation. nVidia CUDA became very quickly standard for GPGPU 
Generalpurpose computing on graphics processing units. It allows us to write
a code for GPU in Clike language. This talk will briefly explain
architecture of todays GPUs by nVidia company and style of programming in
CUDA. Based on this, we will show implementation of RungeKutta solver and
GMRES solver for sparse matrices in CUDA.
 Iterative substructuring method with congruent subdomains and its implementation on a GPU computing environment
by Dr. Atsushi Suzuki (FJFI ČVUT v Praze/Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University).
Abstract:
Iterative substructuring method is a modern parallel algorithm to
solve elliptic partial differential equations in three dimension.
It consists of two layers of solvers, the inner layer: direct solver
for subproblems, e.g. a Cholesky factorization and the outer layer:
iterative solver for Schur complement system, e.g. a preconditioned
Krylov subspace solver.
In case of existence of some symmetries in the target domain, the original
subdomain can be decomposed into a union of congruent subdomains.
This decomposition can reduce computation costs in the inner solver
of the iterative substructuring method because a common factorization
can be used for the solver of subproblems. And it is efficient on GPU
(Graphics Processing Unit) computing environment which provides
SIMDtype massively parallel computing.
We will report on some implementation issues and numerical results
on a GPU.

Workshop MMG  an internal meeting of PhD students collaborating with the Mathematical Modelling Group,
organized on Thursday June 11, 2009 at 9.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 210, with the program:
 9.00  9.20 P. Bauer
 9.20  10.00 T. Oberhuber
 10.00  10.20 J. Mach
 10.20  10.40 H. Hoang
 10.40  11.00 P. Beneš
 11.00  11.40 J. Křišťan

Some problems in the modeling of crack initiation and propagation at micro and mesoscale
in composite materials and their adhesive joints by Prof. Vladislav Mantič (School of Engineering, University of Seville)
Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 11.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112, visitor of the Department of Mathematics. Abstract is
here.

Upwind techniques of finite element methods for convection dominant flow problem by Prof. Atsushi Suzuki
(Kyushu University Fukuoka, Japan)
Friday April 17, 2009 at 10.00, Institute of Thermomechanics, Dolejškova 5, Praha 8.
Abstract is
here.

Mathematical methods in hydrodynamics by Prof. Eduard Feireisl (Mathematical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Wednesday April 8, 2009 at 9.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112. The lecture is focused on recent advances in mathematical
understanding of compressible NavierStokes equations.

Numerical realization of motion of curves and sharp phase interfaces in plane by Prof. Daniel Ševčovič
(Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava), intensive course (2 credits) with the schedule:
 Monday April 6, 2009 at 13.30  15.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Tuesday April 7, 2009 at 9.30  11.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Monday April 20, 2009 at 13.30  15.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Tuesday April 21, 2009 at 9.30  11.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Monday April 27, 2009 at 13.30  15.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 9.30  11.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Monday May 4, 2009 at 13.30  15.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)
 Tuesday May 5, 2009 at 9.30  11.10, Trojanova 13, room No. 201
with subsequent exercise (room No. 111)

Introduction to 3D finite element computation by Dr. Atsushi Suzuki
(Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan/Czech Technical University in Prague).
The series of 3 lectures is held at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague, Trojanova 13, room No. 112:
 on Tuesday January 27, 2009 at 15.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with lecture notes part I
 on Wednesday January 28, 2009 at 14.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with lecture notes part II
 on Thursday January 29, 2009 at 14.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
with lecture notes part III
Contents:
The lectures will show the following techniques which are useful in developing 3D finite element computational codes.
1. Global stiffness matrix form local element stiffness matrices and sparse matrix storage formats. Discritization
of the bilinear form of the 3D elasticity problem by P1 or P2 finite element is described with numerical quadratures.
An algorithm to generate the global stiffness matrix from local element stiffness matrices and to store the values
with the CRS (Compressed Row Storage) format is shown.
2. Linear solvers for the system of the sparse matrix. Direct factorization with the SKS (SKyline Storage) format,
which is efficient for small size problems, is shown. Krylov subspace methods, e.g, conjugate gradient, FOM, and GMRES
methods are shown for large sparse matrix problems. Modifications of linear system to treat the essential boundary
conditions are mentioned.
3. Parallel computation with domain decomposition. The stiffness matrix is decomposed into a union of blocks by a domain
decomposition. Parallelization of matrixvector products in Krylov subspace methods is shown. Iterative substructuring method
which solve the Schur complement system on the interfaces among subdomains is described.

Modelling aspects of the epitaxial growth by Dr. Julia Kundin (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
October 2008, visitor of the Department of Mathematics.
 Mini workshop on advanced mathematical and computational methods
in Prague, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague.
This workshop cover topics including free boundary problems in porous media flow and computational methods in fluid dynamics.
Location: The workshop takes place at Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague,
Trojanova 13, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic
Schedule: The workshop starts on Tuesday March 10, 2008 at 9.00 and terminates at 11.30.
The program contains the invited lectures:

A singular limit method to free boundaries in oil reservoir by Prof. Tatsuyuki Nakaki
(Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University)
Abstract:
Let us consider a problem of two immiscible fluids, say water and oil, in an oil reservoir. Specially we are interested in
the case where water is injected into the reservoir and water pushes oil. In this case free boundaries, which separate the
region where water penetrates from the oil region, become unstable (fingering phenomenon). The aim in this talk is to
make numerical computations to such free boundaries. We use a singular limit method to capture the free boundaries.

A fast domain decomposition solver for the Stokes problem by Dr. Atsushi Suzuki
(Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University Fukuoka)
Abstract:
Iterative substructuring method with balancing NeumannNeumann method was developed for elliptic problems by J. Mandel [1993].
This method was applied to the Stokes problem with Q2/Q0 finite elements by L. F. Pavarino and O. B. Widlund [2002]. This extension
to the indefinite system requires a further infsup condition for the coarse problem of balancing procedure. However, the GLStype
stabilization term for P1/P1 finite elements guarantees solvability in a class of subspaces and this property makes balancing Neumann
Neumann procedure to be simple as same as the case of elliptic problems. A common direct solver for both Dirichlet subproblem for
substructuring process and Neumann subproblem for balancing process leads to a fast implementation of the algorithm.

Selected problems of computational materials modelling by Prof. Heike Emmerich (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
postponed to February, 2008 in the Department of Mathematics, Trojanova 13.
The abstract is here.

Level set approach to mean curvature by Prof. Masato Kimura
(Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan/Czech Technical University in Prague).
The series of 4 lectures is held at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague, Trojanova 13, room No. 112:
 on Tuesday November 20, 2007 at 9.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Thursday November 22, 2007 at 15.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Tuesday November 27, 2007 at 9.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Thursday November 29, 2007 at 13.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
The lecture notes are here.

Introduction to the Grayson's convexity theorem by Prof. Shigetoshi Yazaki
(University of Miyazaki, Japan/Czech Technical University in Prague).
The series of 4 lectures is held at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague, Trojanova 13, room No. 112:
 on Tuesday December 4, 2007 at 9.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Thursday December 6, 2007 at 13.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Tuesday December 11, 2007 at 9.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 on Thursday December 13, 2007 at 13.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
The lecture notes are in preparation.
 Mini workshop on pattern formation in reaction diffusion system with advection
in Prague, September 1112, 2007, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague.
This workshop will cover a broad range of topics including chemical wave propagation, pattern formation and control
of nonlinear systems in reaction diffusion system with advection.
We are also pleased to announce a summer school for young scientist to be hold in Prague (September 67, 2007). The summer school will
be part of the workshop.
Location: The workshop will take place at Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague,
Trojanova 13, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic
Schedule: The summer school starts Thursday September 6 in the morning and ends Friday September 7 in the evening. The workshop
starts Tuesday September 11 in the morning and ends Wednesday September 12 in the evening.
Schedule is available here

On modelling the formation of negative ice crystals produced by freezing of internal melt figures
by Prof. Shigetoshi Yazaki (University of Miyazaki, Japan/Czech Technical University in Prague)
held on May 30, 2007 at the Mathematical Institute of Academy of Sciences. The lecture notes are available
here. Pictures from both lectures are
here.

Exponential decay of the principal eigenvalue of an elliptic problem with large drift by Prof. Masato Kimura
(Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan/Czech Technical University in Prague)
held on May 30, 2007 at the Mathematical Institute of Academy of Sciences. The lecture notes are available
here.

Qualitative and quantitative aspects of curvature driven flows of planar curves by Prof. Daniel Ševčovič
(Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia) held in November  December, 2006 in the Mathematical Institute CAS.
The lecture notes are available here.

Effect of wind direction and Structure Geometry on Flow and Dispersion Pollutant in an Urban Street Canyon
by Dr. Mohamed F. Yassin (University of Assiut, Egypt)
held on March 7, 2007 in the Mathematical Institute, AS CR. The abstract is available
here.

Introduction to an areapreserving crystalline curvature flow equation by Prof. Shigetoshi Yazaki (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
held on September 4 and 6, 2006 in the Department of Mathematics. The lecture notes are available
here.

Interfacial and Transport Phenomena in Fluid Dynamics by Prof. Robert F. Holub (Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA)
held on June 14, 19, 21 and 26, 2006 in the Department of Mathematics. The lecture notes are available
here.
Events 2015:
 Participating in the conference
ENUMATH 2015 taking place in Ankara, Turkey on September 1418, 2015
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2015
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University, Comenius University in Bratislava and Technical University in Dresden in Děčín on June 11  June 14, 2015
 Participating in the conference
Interpore 2015 taking place in Padova, Italy on May 1518, 2015 with ČVUT as the founding member
and scientific committee representation
 Organizing the Rector's Day Soccer on May 13, 2015  the traditional sport event at Ladronka
 Participating in the 6th International
Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Complex Processes March 1620, 2015  Hanoi, Vietnam
 Organizing the presentation Free Boundary Problems in Material Science on March 19, 2015, room
by Prof. M. Kimura from the Graduate School of Mathematics, Kanazawa University
Events 2014:
 Participating in the 7th international congress Multiscale Materials Modeling held on October 6  10, 2014 in Berkeley Marina,
San Francisco, USA
 Participating in the conference
2nd Slovak  Japan Conference on Applied Mathematics taking place at Radzovce  Obrucna, Cerova vrchovina, Slovakia
September 14  18, 2014
 Participating in the National Science Foundation HydrologicAtmospheric Community Workshop September 35, 2014
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
 Organizing the invited lecture The working of metals and Deep Thought by Prof. L. M. Brown (Cavendish Laboratory,
University of Cambridge) at FJFI ČVUT, Trojanova 13, Praha 2 on Thursday September 11, 2014, room No. T301, 9:30
 Participating in the conference
13th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHYSICS OF MATERIALS taking place in Prague on August 31  September 4, 2014
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2014
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University and Comenius University in Bratislava in Děčín on June 12  June 15, 2014
 Participating in the conference
Interpore 2014 taking place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 2730, 2014 with ČVUT as the founding member
and scientific committee representation
 Organizing the Rector's Day Soccer on May 14, 2014  the traditional sport event at Ladronka
 Organizing the seminar Applied Mathematics at Kanazawa University on March 21, 2014, room T112, Trojanova 13, Praha 2 at the occasion
of the visit of Prof. S. Omata, Prof. H. Nagao and Prof. K. Švadlenka from the Graduate School of Mathematics, Kanayawa University
Events 2013:
 Participating in the conference
Czech Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2013 taking place in Tokyo on September 58, 2013
 Participating in the conference
EQUADIFF 13 taking place in Prague on August 2630, 2013
 Participating in the conference in honour of Professor Miloslav Feistauer
FEIST 2013 taking place in Prague on June 2022, 2013
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2013
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University and Comenius University in Bratislava and the Technical University
Dresden is organized in Děčín on June 14  June 17, 2013 by the Mathematical Modelling Group
 Participating in the conference
Interpore 2013 taking place in Prague on May 2124, 2013
 Organizing the Rector's Day Soccer on May 15, 2013  the traditional sport event at Ladronka
Events 2012:
 Participating in the conference
Algoritmy 2012 taking place at Podbanské, Slovakia on September 914, 2012
 Participating in the conference Dislocations 2012 in Budapest on August 2731, 2012
 Participating in the conference HPC Europa2 Transnational Access Meeting in Amsterdam on June 2527, 2012
 Organizing the Workshop on Scientific Computing 2012
with the student conference
as a multilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague, Slovak Technical
University and Comenius University in Bratislava and the Technical University
Dresden is organized in Děčín on June 15  June 18, 2012 by the Mathematical Modelling Group
 Organizing the Rector's Day Soccer on May 16, 2012  the traditional sport event at Ladronka
 Participating in the conference
Annual RERI Workshop taking place at Palo Alto, USA on May 1415, 2012
 Participating in the conference
Interpore 2012 taking place at Purdue, USA on May 1416, 2012
Events 2011:
Events 2010:
 Organizing Presentation
of Bioengineering Laboratory, Institute of Physical Biology, University of South Bohemia on Thursday
November 11 2010 at 13.30 in Trojanova 13, Praha 2, room No. 112
 Participating in the conference
Multiscale Materials Modeling taking place in Freiburg, Breisgau on October 48, 2010
 The Czech Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2010
is organized in Prague and in Telč on August 30  September 4, 2010 by the Mathematical Modelling Group
 Participating in the Gordon Research Conference
Flow and Transport in Porous Media taking place at the Bates College, Lewiston, ME on July 1016, 2010
 Prof. Karol Mikula (Slovak Technical University, Bratislava) as
visitor of the Mathematical Modelling Group gives a
lecture series in June, 2010
 The Workshop on Scientific Computing 2010
as a bilateral meeting between the Czech Technical University in Prague and the Dresden University
is organized in Děčín on June 20  June 23, 2010 by the Mathematical Modelling Group
 Participating in the conference on computational mechanics
ECCM 2010 taking place in Paris
on May 1621, 2010
Events 2009:
 Preliminary announcement on the Czech Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2010
 Intensive course of Prof. Ševčovič (also for graduate students  2 credits)
Analytical and numerical methods of financialderivative pricing
 Mini workshop on advanced numerical methods for parallel computers
organized by Dr. A. Suzuki on Monday September 7, 2009 at 14.0016.30, Trojanova 13, room No. 112
 Participating in the twelfth Czechoslovak conference on differential equations
Equadiff 12 taking place at the Masaryk University,
Brno, Czech Republic, on July 2024, 2009
 Participating in the eighth European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications
ENUMATH 2009 organized by the Division of Scientific Computing
at the Department of Information Technology of Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden, June 29  July 3, 2009.
 Workshop MMG  an internal meeting of PhD students collaborating with the Mathematical Modelling Group,
organized on Thursday June 11, 2009 at 9.00, Trojanova 13, room No. 210
 Lecture of Prof. Mantič
Some problems in the modeling of crack initiation and propagation at micro and mesoscale
in composite materials and their adhesive joints
 Lecture of Prof. Suzuki
Upwind techniques of finite element methods for convection dominant flow problem
 Lecture of Prof. Feireisl
Mathematical methods in hydrodynamics
 Short course of Prof. Ševčovič (also for graduate students  2 credits)
Numerical realization of motion of curves and sharp phase interfaces in plane
 Participating in the 7th World Conference on
Experimental Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics
in Krakow, Poland, June 2009
 Participating in the Interpore conference
Challenges of Porous Media in Kaiserslauten, Germany, March 2009
 Participating in the
Algoritmy 2009 conference in Podbanské, Slovakia, March 2009
 Organizing the lecture series by Dr. Atsushi Suzuki
Introduction to 3D finite element computation
in Prague, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
on January 2729, 2009. Lecture notes are included.
Events 2008:
 Participating in the International Focus Workshop PhaseField Simulations: Materials Science
Meets Biology and Medicine held in Dresden, Germany, November 12  14, 2008
 Participating in the 4th international conference on
Multiscale Materials Modeling 2008 in Tallahassee, USA, October 2008
 Participating in the
CzechJapanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2008
in Miyazaki, Japan, September 2008
 Participating in the
Gordon Research Conference on Flow and Transport in Permeable Media in Oxford, UK, July 2008
 Organizing the Mini workshop on advanced mathematical and computational methods
in Prague, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
on March 10, 2008 between 10 am and 11.30 am.
Events 2007:
 Organizing the visit of Prof. Heike Emmerich
in Prague, March 10, 2007, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
between February 27 and 29.
 The proceedings on the common activity between the Czech Technical University in Prague and the Slovak Technical University
in Bratislava in 2006 Czech and Slovak Twin Seminar in Applied Mathematics published
in the COE Lecture Note Series of the Kyushu University in Japan. Selected
papers are published in the journal Kybernetika, Vol. 43, No. 6
 Participating in the COE Conference on the Development of Dynamic Mathematics
with High Functionality in Fukuoka, Japan, October 2007
 Participating in the Slovak  Austrian Mathematical Congress in Podbanské, Slovakia, September 2007
 Participating in the 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Zurich, July, 2007
 Participating in the Second International Conference on Porous Media and its Applications
in Science, Engineering and Industry in Kauai, June 2007
 Prof. Kimura and Prof. Yazaki became full time employees of the group for 1 year thanks to the
Jindřich Nečas Center for Mathematical Modelling in March 2007
Events 2006:
Events 2005 and earlier:
Education:

Participation in the Graduate course in Applied Mathematics (Mathematical Engineering) and Computer Science (
Software Engineering and Software Development) at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague  supervising graduate students.

Participation in the Doctoral course in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science ((Mathematical Engineering)
at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague  supervising PhD students.