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Branch in Brno (BB)

Head: Hakl Robert  Mgr., Ph.D.

The core research performed in this section in collaboration with several members of the Department of Evolution Differential Equations concerns qualitative properties of ordinary and functional differential equations. Such equations describing development of finite dimensional systems find important applications in biology and physics. The theoretical study of their solutions would help discovering mathematical causalities in real systems including singularities in time and space variables and in discontinuous processes which are modelled by means of the Kurzweil-Henstock integral as well as in terms of equations on time scales. Another important topics is studying methods of optimal control of complex processes.

 Research themes
  • Differential equations
  • boundary value problems
    equations on time scales
    singular problems
    functional-differential equations
    qualitative properties of solutions
  • Optimal control
  • optimal control of complex systems
    decentralized control systems
   Řehák  Pavel   Researcher
   Hakl  Robert   Researcher
   Komenda  Jan   Researcher
   Lomtatidze  Aleksandre   Researcher
   Masopust  Tomáš   Researcher
   Mukhigulashvili  Sulkhan   Researcher
   Neuman  František   Researcher
   Půža  Bedřich   Researcher
   Rontó  András   Researcher
   Sas  Marek   Ph.D. student
   Vanžura  Jiří   Researcher


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   Křižka  Libor   Postdoc    from 2009 2010
   Masopust  Tomáš   Postdoc    from 2009 2013
   Novák  Jan   Ph.D. student    from 2010 2012
   Šremr  Jiří   Researcher    from 2001 to 2016
   Vodstrčil  Petr   Researcher    from 2004 2010
   Zamora  Manuel   Ph.D. student    from 2010 2013