Dear students, European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry is organising the traditional Modelling Week. This year the Modelling week will take place in Szeged (Hungary). If you would like to participate in this event, please contact us (Vít Průša, email@example.com) and wecan help you to secure funding.
(English version below) Milí kolegové a přátelé matematického modelování, srdečně Vás zveme na tradiční Vánoční besídku oboru matematického modelování ve velice předvánočním čase – ve středu 21. 12. 2022 v posluchárně K1 (Sokolovská 83) od 18 hodin. Můžete si zde pochutnat na guláši, chlebíčkách nebo vínu a svařáku za doprovodu vánočních koled. Rádi bychom pozvali …
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Our former student Michal Bathory (now at University of Vienna) has published a popularisation article on his research, see: Bathory M, (2022). Modelling and analysis of flows of viscoelastic fluids: Beyond the Navier–Stokes equations. Research Outreach, 132. 10.32907/RO-132-3331282634.
Dear mathematical modelling students, Informal meeting on the occasion of the beginning of the semester will take place in restaurant Knajpička (Sokolovská 100/94, 186 00 Praha 8-Karlín) on Wednesday 12th October at 17:30. All teachers and students of mathematical modelling are cordially invited! Please confirm your participation by sending an email to Jana Brunatova: firstname.lastname@example.org[Jana …
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Call for the 20th round of applications of the Grant Agency of Charles University is now open. We recall that the agency supports students enrolled at Charles University and studying in doctoral or masters programs. Consequently, the call gives the students unique opportunity to apply for you own research grant. The deadline for the filing …
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Jan Papež will teach a new lecture on Multilevel methods. If you are interested, please see the lecture webpage for details.
Dear students, Dear colleagues, SIAM Student Chapter Prague invites you to lecture “The brain: Can we trust it?” Please see enclosed leaflet for details.
Dear students, Dear colleagues, SIAM Student Chapter Prague invites you to lecture “A modern approach to simulating flight”. Please see enclosed leaflet for details.
Professor Paolo Maria Mariano (University of Florence) is teaching online course “Topological continuum mechanics”. If you are interested, please see the attached leaflet.
Please note that 4EU+ University Alliance is in the summer semester again opening online courses. If you are interested, please check the list of available courses at https://4euplus.eu/4EU-303.html.