The European Young Researchers Award
The European Young Researchers Award is granted since 2010 to researchers demonstrating outstanding research performance and leadership. It aims to inspire early stage researchers to incorporate a European dimension and perspective into their research. The Award is granted each year; in odd years, the prize is dedicated to PhD candidates, and in even years to post-doctoral fellows. The Award consists of a Certificate, waiving the participation fee to ESOF, a grant to cover travel and accommodation for the stay in the ESOF city and a two years’ free EuroScience membership. ESOF 2018 will be held in Toulouse from 9 to 14 July.
From the Earth to the Moon
Fédération Française des Jeux Mathématiques a Société de Calcul Mathématique SA vyhlásily již osmý ročník soutěžní interaktivní matematické hry, tentokrát ve znamení románu J. Verna Ze Země na Měsíc. Kromě netriviálnní a inteligentní zábavy nabízí i finanční ceny pro vítěze.
Public stakeholder consultation — interim evaluation of Horizon 2020
has been called by the European Commission to collect information from a wide audience on different aspects of Horizon 2020 implementation. Institutions as well as individuals (researchers, entrepreneurs, innovators) can take part till 15 January 2017. Outcomes of the consultation will affect on preparation of the new framework programme for research and innovations (FP9).
Dr. Bohuslav Balcar passed away
With a deep sorrow we inform that our colleague Dr. Bohuslav Balcar, senior researcher in the Institute of Mathematics CAS since 1989, passed away on 17 February 2017 at the age of 73 years. Dr. Balcar was a renowned specialist in the set theory, Boolean algebra, topological dynamics and logical foundations of mathematics. He was also member of the Centre for Theoretical Studies of the Charles University and the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Prof. Petr Hájek passed away
With a deep sorrow we inform that Professor Petr Hájek, researcher emeritus in the Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences, one of the leading scientists in the Institute of Mathematics of the CAS in the period 1964-1992, member of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic, of the Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics, and of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists, passed away on 26th December 2016.
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Dny otevřených dveří v Matematickém ústavu AV ČR | Open Houses in the Institute of Mathematics CAS
Tradiční Dny otevřených dveří v Matematickém ústavu AV ČR jsou součástí Týdne vědy a techniky Akademie věd ČR, nejrozsáhlejšího vědeckého festivalu v ČR pořádaného Akademií věd ČR ve spolupráci s dalšími institucemi. Potěšilo nás, že v rámci letošních Dnů otevřených dveří náš ústav navštívilo celkem 1368 zájemců, především studentů ze středních a základních škol.
Nabídka přednášek v MÚ AV ČR | Lectures offered in the Institute of Mathematics
Fotodokumentace | Photographs
Traditional Open Houses in the Institute of Mathematics CAS was held as part of the Week of Science and Technology, the most extensive scientific festival in the Czech Republic, organized by the Czech Academy of Sciences in cooperation with other institutions. We are pleased that our institute was visited by total of 1368 visitors, mainly students of high schools and grammar schools.
Bernard Bolzano Medals for Marián Fabian and Vladimír Müller
Marián Fabian and Vladimír Müller, the leading members of the Department of Topology and Functional Analysis have been awarded the Honorary Bernard Bolzano Medal for Merits in Mathematical Sciences. The medals were presented by the Vice-President of the Czech Academy of Sciences Dr. Jan Šafanda on 29 September 2016 during the international workshop Interactions between Algebra and Functional Analysis
Cena za pozoruhodnou výzkumně zaměřenou publikaci
Monografie Oborové didaktivy: vývoj – stav – perspektivy získala cenu za pozoruhodnou výzkumně zaměřenou publikaci. Autorský kolektiv vedli Iva Stuchlíková a Tomáš Janík a jeho členkou byla i Mgr. Marie Tichá, CSc., vedoucí Kabinetu pro didaktiku matematiky Matematického ústavu AV ČR. Cenu uděluje Česká asociace pedagogického výzkumu. Předal ji její předseda doc. Mgr. Petr Novotný, Ph.D., na 24. výroční konferenci, která se konala ve dnech 15.–16. 9. 2016 na Pedagogické fakultě Jihočeské univerzity v Českých Budějovicích.
Dr. Emil Vitásek passed away
With a deep sorrow we inform that our colleague Dr. Emil Vitásek passed away on 28 August 2016 at the age of 85 years. Dr. Vitásek, a renown specialist in numerical mathematics, was one of those who connected their whole professional life with the Institute of Mathematics. He used to come regularly to the institute even many years after his retirement, taking part in the Seminar on Current Problems in Numerical Analysis and serving his colleagues in the Committee for Employee Care.
May he rest in peace.
Twelve prizes awarded at the 7th European Congress of Mathematics
About prizes and laureates
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).
Otto Wichterle Award for young researchers goes 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.
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.