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The multidisciplinary summer school devoted to graduate students, young scientists, and other interested specialists will consist of series of invited lectures on various aspects of problems related to pressure and its role in mathematical analysis and numerical simulation of various types of flows.

**Date: **29th August to 2nd September 2016

**Venue: **Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

**Organizers: **Tomáš Bodnár (Czech Technical University in Prague), Giovanni Paolo Galdi (University of Pittsburgh), Šárka Nečasová (Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague).

**Special lecture:** Monday 29th August, 4:10pm - 5:00pm, Prof. Ernest Roetman: AN ENGINEERING MATHEMATICIAN - a presentation about his works at Boeing - the Military Airplane Division.

**Further details and registration:** http://www.prague-sum.com/.

The Twelfth Symposium on General Topology and its Relations to Modern Analysis and Algebra will be held on 25-29 July 2016 at Faculty of Architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague.

**Organizers:** David Chodounský (Institute of Mathematics CAS), Jan Starý (Czech Technical University), Benjamin Vejnar (Charles University)

Prague Summer School on Discrete Mathematics 2016

The first edition of the biannual series of Prague Summer Schools on Discrete Mathematics will be held on 1-5 August 2016 at the Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague. The following speakers kindly agreed to give lecture series: Ronald de Wolf on Fourier analysis of Boolean functions, **Samuel Fiorini** on extended formulations.

Venue: Barcelona, 20–23 September 2016

Organizer: Societat Catalana de Matemàtiques

CSASC is a joint meeting of the Czech, Slovenian, Austrian, Slovak and Catalan mathematical societies which started in Prague in 2010 out of former bilateral meetings of the Czech and Catalan societies, and was held in Krems (Austria) in 2011 and Koper (Slovenia) in 2013. This fourth edition in Barcelona displays the continuing lively relationship among the mathematicians from the five societies within the network of multilateral meetings in the EMS.

Twelve prizes awarded at the 7th European Congress of Mathematics

During the opening ceremony of the **7th European Congress of Mathematics** in Berlin, 12 prizes were awarded to outstanding mathematicians.

The 10 EMS prizes went to Sara Zahedi (KTH, Sweden), Mark Bravermann (Princeton University, USA), Vincent Calvez (ENS Lyon, France), Guido De Philippis (SISSA Trieste, Italy), Peter Scholze (University of Bonn, Germany), Peter Varjú (University of Cambridge, UK), Thomas Willwacher (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), James Maynard (Magdalen College Oxford, UK), Hugo Duminil-Copin (IHÉS, France), Geordie Williamson (MPI Bonn, Germany).

The Felix Klein Prize was awarded to Patrice Hauret (Michelin, France), and the Otto Neugebauer Prize went to Jeremy Gray (Open University, UK).

About prizes and laureates
The 10 EMS prizes went to Sara Zahedi (KTH, Sweden), Mark Bravermann (Princeton University, USA), Vincent Calvez (ENS Lyon, France), Guido De Philippis (SISSA Trieste, Italy), Peter Scholze (University of Bonn, Germany), Peter Varjú (University of Cambridge, UK), Thomas Willwacher (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), James Maynard (Magdalen College Oxford, UK), Hugo Duminil-Copin (IHÉS, France), Geordie Williamson (MPI Bonn, Germany).

The Felix Klein Prize was awarded to Patrice Hauret (Michelin, France), and the Otto Neugebauer Prize went to Jeremy Gray (Open University, UK).

Otto Wichterle Award for young researchers awarded to Jan Hladký

President of the Czech Academy of Sciences Prof. Jiří Drahoš awarded the Otto Wichterle Award for young researchers to Dr. Jan Hladký, member of the Department of Mathematical Logic and Theoretical Computer Science. The award has been established in 2002 to encourage and support young promising researchers in institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences. It is connected with a financial premium in the subsequent three years. Jan Hladký is one of 21 laureates this year.

Emil Jeřábek received the Neuron Award for Promising Young Scientists

The Neuron Fund for Support of Science awarded Dr. Emil Jeřábek of the Department of Mathematical Logic and Theoretical computer Science the Neuron Award for Promising Young Scientists. The award is designated to acknowledge Czech scientists under the age of 40, who have achieved excellent scientific results, and to recognise their activities and promote their future progress.

Neuron flyer
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7th European Congress of Mathematics, Berlin, July 18-22, 2016

The quadrennial top scientific event of the **European Mathematical Society** is organized by the **German Mathematical Society (DMV)**, the **International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM)**, the **Research Center Matheon**, the **Einstein Center ECMath** and the **Berlin Mathematical School (BMS)**. For further information about the programme, registration, grants and many accompanying activities visit the **congress web site**.

Poster

Open consultation on Mathematics for Horizon 2020 next Work Programme

The European Commission is gathering ideas on Mathematics for Excellence in Science in Horizon 2020 to inform the future work programme with innovative mathematical content. The potential of mathematics was already explored in a very successful **online consultation** which provided excellent food for thought for a workshop held in November 2014. The conclusions of that workshop were collected in a **report**.

The**present consultation** open to all mathematicians till 30 April offers an important chance to support the creation of a so far missing niche for mathematical research in the future work programmes in Horizon 2020.

Final report
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Annex

Eduard Feireisl received the Neuron Award for Contribution to Science 2015

Professor Eduard Feireisl received the prestigious Neuron Award for Contribution to Science awarded on 1st December 2015 by the Neuron Foundation for Support of Science. He is a worldwide renown specialist in mathematical theory of fluid dynamics whose expertise has been credited by the prestigious ERC Advanced Grant **MATHEF**. We are proud that after **Miroslav Fiedler** and **Ivo Babuška** this is already the third Neuron Award for a researcher who is or used to be member of the Institute of Mathematics CAS.

*Photograph by Lukáš Bíba*

Prof. Miroslav Fiedler passed away

With a deep sorrow we inform that Professor Miroslav Fiedler, researcher emeritus in the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, member of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic and Honorary Member of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists passed away peacefully at his home in the morning of 20th November 2015.

Below is a link to the Memorial page with contributions of friends and colleagues. Further contributions are welcome. They should be sent to the address**mathinst@math.cas.cz.**

Funeral card
Below is a link to the Memorial page with contributions of friends and colleagues. Further contributions are welcome. They should be sent to the address

Memorial page

The 12th Eduard Čech Lecture: Camillo De Lellis, Universität Zürich

Monday, 14 December 2015 at 10:30 a.m., in the main lecture hall of the Institute of Mathematics CAS

For abstract see the flyer below. The distinguished Eduard Čech Lectures held to commemorate one of the most eminent Czech mathematicians and founder of the Institute are directed to a general mathematical audience.

Slides of the lecture