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One Ph.D. student position is available in the Institute of Mathematics. See section **Positions** and the electronic applications system.

Pavel Exner the President Elect of the EMS

The European Mathematical Society Council elected Prof. RNDr. Pavel Exner, DrSc., from the Institute of Nuclear Physics ASCR the new President of the EMS for the period 2015-2018.

Oberwolfach Seminar: Analysis of Compressible Navier Stokes Equations and Related Topics

The seminar will be organized by Eduard Feireisl (Prague), David Gérard-Varet (Paris), Rupert Klein (Berlin) and Antonín Novotný (Toulon) in Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 23-29 November, 2014. more

The main goal is to present and discuss the state of the art of the mathematical theory of complete fluid systems, with the emphasis put on the underlying thermodynamical principles. Highlighting the new emerging trends we aim to inspire young researchers in their future activities.close

ERC Consolidator Grant for Michal Koucký

Our long-time researcher Michal Koucký has been awarded ERC Consolidator Grant for the project "LBCAD – Lower bounds for combinatorial algorithms and dynamic problems" for 2014–2018. more

The project aims to show that known, somewhat efficient, algorithms for various problems cannot be substantially improved.close

The Neuron Grant 2013 awarded to Michal Koucký

Doc. Mgr. Michal Koucký, Ph.D., has been awarded the Neuron Research Grant 2013 from the **Neuron Foundation for Support of Science and Research**.

The Neuron Prize 2013 awarded to Professor Vojtěch Rödl

The **Neuron Foundation for Support of Science and Research** awarded the Neuron Prize 2013 for the Longlife Work to Prof. RNDr. Vojtěch Rödl, CSc., the renown Czech specialist in combinatorics and graph theory working at the Emory University in Atlanta.

Jean-Pierre Bourguignon new president of the European Research Council

Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, the 2nd President of the European Mathematical Society (1995–98), has been appointed the President of the European Research Council (ERC) since 1st January 2014. more

Since 2007, the ERC has funded European top researchers through grants given on the base of applications that are evaluated by expert panels. In Horizon 2020, the ERC appears as a crucial component in the EU long-term research strategy to support the most talented and creative scientists in blue-sky research.close

The 11th Eduard Čech Lecture: Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, IHES

Friday, 31 October 2014 at 9:30 a.m., in the main lecture hall of the Institute of Mathematics

Jean-Pierre Bourguignon is well known for his contributions to modern differential geometry. He was the president of the French Mathematical Society (1990–1992), and the second president of the European Mathematical Society (1995–1998). Since 1994, and until his retirement in August 2013, he has served mathematicians and physicists all over the world as director of the prestigious research centre Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques at Bures-sur-Yvette, close to Paris. Since 2014 he is the President of the European Research Council (ERC).

The lecture will be followed by a

Invitation to the panel discussion

Striving and Supporting Excellence in Science, 30 October 2014

The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic organizes a meeting on the occasion of the visit of Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, President of the European Research Council.

Dny otevřených dveří v Matematickém ústavu AV ČR – Open Houses in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR

Tradiční Dny otevřených dveří v Matematickém ústavu AV ČR jsou součástí **Týdne vědy a techniky Akademe věd ČR**, nejrozsáhlejšího vědeckého festivalu v České republice pořádaného Akademií věd ČR ve spolupráci s dalšími institucemi ve dnech 1.–15. listopadu 2014. Široká veřejnost a především studenti středních škol mají možnost nahlédnout do pracoven, laboratoří a knihoven a poznat, jak se dělá věda. Badatelé z výzkumných pracovišť AV ČR připravují širokou nabídku exkurzí, přednášek, výstav a diskusních večerů, ve kterých představují své výzkumné projekty, předvádějí nejmodernější vědecké přístroje a experimenty a přibližují návštěvníkům nejnovější trendy v oblasti vědy. **V Matematickém ústavu AV ČR se Dny otevřených dveří uskuteční na pražském pracovišti ve dnech 12.–14. listopadu, v brněnské pobočce 4. listopadu 2014.**

Traditional Open Houses in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR will be held as part of the Week of Science and Technology, the most extensive scientific festival in the Czech Republic, organized by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in cooperation with other institutions from 1st to 15th November 2014. The scientists from the research workplaces of the Academy of Sciences prepare a wide offer of lectures, presentations, panel discussions, seminars, excursions, exhibitions and discussion evenings, in which they present their research projects, the most modern scientific apparatuses and outline for the attendees the latest trends in the areas of science in the Czech Republic and the world.**The Prague departments in the Institute of Mathematics will be open to public from 12th to 14th November, the Brno branch on 4th November 2014. **

Aktuální rozvrh přednášek
Traditional Open Houses in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR will be held as part of the Week of Science and Technology, the most extensive scientific festival in the Czech Republic, organized by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in cooperation with other institutions from 1st to 15th November 2014. The scientists from the research workplaces of the Academy of Sciences prepare a wide offer of lectures, presentations, panel discussions, seminars, excursions, exhibitions and discussion evenings, in which they present their research projects, the most modern scientific apparatuses and outline for the attendees the latest trends in the areas of science in the Czech Republic and the world.

Nabídka přednášek v MÚ AV ČR – Lectures offered in the Institute of Mathematics

Přednášky, fotografie, videa – archiv DOD 2013

The International Congress of Mathematicians in Seoul

During the first day of the International Congress of Mathematicians in Seoul the prestigious prize winners have been announced.

Fields Medal: Artur Avila (CNRS, Jussieu – Paris Rive Gauche), Manjul Bhargava (Princeton), Martin Hairer (Warwick), Maryam Mirzakhani (Stanford)

Rolf Nevanlinna Prize: Subhash Khot (New York)

Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize: Stanley Osher (UCLA)

Chern Medal: Phillip Griffith (Science Initiative Group)

We are proud to have Martin Hairer in the Editorial Board of the Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal. Congratulations!

For more information see the ICM News.

ICM News
Fields Medal: Artur Avila (CNRS, Jussieu – Paris Rive Gauche), Manjul Bhargava (Princeton), Martin Hairer (Warwick), Maryam Mirzakhani (Stanford)

Rolf Nevanlinna Prize: Subhash Khot (New York)

Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize: Stanley Osher (UCLA)

Chern Medal: Phillip Griffith (Science Initiative Group)

We are proud to have Martin Hairer in the Editorial Board of the Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal. Congratulations!

For more information see the ICM News.

Bernard Bolzano Medal for Pavel Krejčí

On June 24-26 the international workshop Rate independent processes and evolution - RIPE60 was organized in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR by Eduard Feireisl (Prague) and Elisabetta Rocca (Berlin) on the occasion of 60-th birthday of RNDr. Pavel Krejčí, CSc. The workshop was attented by more than 30 of his collaborators and co-authors from different countries. Part of the workshop was a ceremony where the President of the Scientific Council AS CR, Prof. Jiří Čtyroký, handed to Pavel Krejčí the Honorary Bernard Bolzano Medal for Merits in Mathematical Sciences, awarded by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Prof. Jürgen Sprekels, director of the Weierstrass Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik in Berlin, Pavel's friend and collaborator, delivered the laudatio.

Photographs
Photographic documentation by Jan Franců

Honorary Medal of the Czech Mathematical Society for Professor Alois Kufner

The Czech Mathematical Society awared the Honorary Medal to Professor Alois Kufner for his lifelong contribution to the development of the Czech mathematics and of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists. Professor Kufner was among founders of the Czech Mathematical Society and represented Czech mathematicians in the European Mathematical Society as a member of its first Executive Committee.

The Medal
Josef Hlávka Honorary Medal for Professor Miroslav Fiedler

Every year, the prominent foundation "**Nadání Josefa, Marie a Zdeňky Hlávkových**" is awarding Honorary Medals to nestors and founding personalities of the Czech science and art for their lifelong work. Among those who have been awarded the Medal on 16 November 2013, the eve of the National Day of Struggle for Freedom and Democracy, was Professor Miroslav Fiedler, the distinguished member of Department of Mathematical Logic, Algebra and Theoretical Computer Science.

ERC Advanced Grant for Pavel Pudlák

Pavel Pudlák has been awarded ERC Advanced Grant** ****"FEALORA –**** **Feasibility, logic and randomness in computational complexity" for 2014–2018. Another great success: the second ERC Advanced Grant in the Institute of Mathematics and – as in the previous year – the only one awarded to the Czech researcher in 2013. Research of Pudlák's team is motivated by the major unsolved problem in computer science called "P versus NP". They are looking for connections between the computational complexity and the proof complexity which represent two different views of the general phenomenon of complexity.

A call for a post-doc position and for a Ph.D. student position within the FEALORA grant has been opened.

Description of the project
A call for a post-doc position and for a Ph.D. student position within the FEALORA grant has been opened.

Academy of Sciences – Press release

ERC Advanced Grant for Eduard Feireisl

Eduard Feireisl's ERC Advanced Grant proposal "**MATHEF – Mathematical Thermodynamics of Fluids**" has been selected for funding in the period 2013–2018. A great success of the Czech mathematics as this is the first ERC Advanced Grant for mathematics in the Czech Republic and the only one assigned to a Czech scientist this year! Eduard Feireisl was the chair of the Scientific Committee of the 6th European Congress of Mathematics in Kraków, 2012, and is also the chair of the Scientific Committee of Equadiff 13 in Praha, 2013. The call for a PhD. student to work in the grant has been closed.

Academy of Sciences - Press release