AIME@CZ - Czech workshop on applied mathematics in engineering
11-12 March 2014
See the following leaflet.
Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
We are grateful to Ms Hanka Bilkova for her precious help.
The workshop, organized by Didier Henrion,
Zdenek Strakos and
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
The workshop is organized in the framework of the Necas Center for Mathematical Modeling.
Date and venue
The workshop takes place on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 March 2014
in the Conference Room of the Institute of Computer Science, Academy of
Sciences (Pod Vodarenskou vezi 2, 18207 Prague). To reach the venue
refer to these instructions.
Without czech accents, sorry..
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
8:30-9:15 - Eduard Feireisl - Stability issues in the theory of complete fluid systems
9:30-10:15 - Martin Vohralik - Polynomial-degree-robust a posteriori estimates in a unified setting for conforming, nonconforming, discontinuous Galerkin, and mixed discretizations
11:00-11:45 - Tomas Vejchodsky - Deterministic and stochastic modelling of biochemical processes - an introduction and open problems
12:00-12:45 - Giordano Tierra - Mathematical models for bacterial communities: Swarming processes and mechanical behavior of biofilms
14:30-15:15 - Zdenek Dostal - Scalable algorithms for computational mechanics: new results and numerical experiments
15:30-16:15 - Miroslav Rozloznik - Symmetric indefinite factorization and orthogonalization
with respect to bilinear form
17:00-17:45 - Jaroslav Kruis -
Homogenization in coupled heat and moisture transport
and its efficent implementation on parallel computers
Wednesday, March 12, 2004
8:30-9:15 - Miroslav Fiedler - Factorizable matrices
9:30-10:15 - Anna Maria Bigatti - CoCoALib: a C++ library from algebra to applications
11:00-11:45 - Vladimir Kolmogorov - Extensions of submodularity and their applications in computer vision
12:00-12:45 - Jiri Matas - Wald's sequential analysis for time-constrained vision problems
14:30-15:15 - Jiri Matousek - Algorithmic aspects of embedding simplical complexes in R^d
15:30-16:15 - Jean-Bernard Lasserre - Tractable characterizations of polynomials nonnegative on a set
Last updated on 1 March 2014.