new lectures that might be of interest for you are opening in the academic year 2021/2002. Please see the links below.
Professor Jean-Philippe Lessard (McGill University, Canada) is going to spent the next academic year in Prague as a visiting professor. He will be teaching two lectures:
- Ordinary differential equations: A constructive approach (computer-assisted techniques to prove existence of different types of dynamical objects in nonlinear continuous dynamical systems)
- Computer-assisted proofs in discrete dynamics (computer-assisted techniques to prove existence of different types of dynamical objects in nonlinear discrete dynamical systems)
Michal Pavelka and Artem Ryabov are opening the lecture Thermodynamics of nonequilibrium processes (thermodynamics of linear and nonlinear nonequilibrium processes).
Professor Eduard Rohan is going to restart lectures on biomechanics that have a long tradition in our department thank to professor František Maršík; Eduard Rohan will be teaching the lecture Modelling in biomechanics.
If you are aware of a lecture that might be of interest for mathematical modelling students, please let us (Vít Průša, firstname.lastname@example.org) know, we will be happy to advertise it!