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MAFIA seminar

inserted by: Matěj Tušek (22.03.2016 14:32:37)
 
 
category: Bachelor

Program for the Development of Global Human Resources in Mathematical and Physical Sciences 2015

inserted by: Radek Fučík (06.03.2015 09:24:39)
 
link: http://polaris.s.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/ghrprogram2015/
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The Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology of Kanazawa University is pleased to announce its Programs for the Master’s Degree and Ph.D. Degree in Natural Science and Technology with a special course in English and scholarship for overseas students with outstanding scholastic ability. Students who are accepted will be awarded a Japanese Government Scholarship through the financial support of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Monbukagakusho:MEXT).

 
category: KM

Department of Math and Terence Tao

inserted by: Milan Krbálek (27.11.2014 11:03:04)
 

Article Statistical properties of the city transport in Cuernavaca (Mexico) and random matrix ensembles (by Milan Krbálek and Petr Šeba) is included in the book Komplexität und Universalität (Die weltweit besten mathematischen Artikel im 21. Jahrhundert) by famous matematician Terence Tao.

 
category: Bachelor

GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program (annoucement)

inserted by: Milan Krbálek (25.11.2014 15:12:34)
 
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category: Ph.D.

Doctoral Days 2013

inserted by: Zuzana Masáková (09.11.2012 10:50:55)
 
link: http://kmwww.fjfi.cvut.cz/ddny/

The eight workshop Doctoral Days devoted to the Ph.D. students of Mathematical Engineering of FNSPE CTU is held at the Department of Mathematics FNSPE on November 15 and 22, 2013.

The workshop is open for public.

Details can be found at http://kmwww.fjfi.cvut.cz/ddny/.

 
category: Ph.D.

Admission to PhD Programmes at FNSPE (annoucement)

inserted by: Zuzana Masáková (28.02.2013 12:45:30)
 
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category: KM

Two seminars in mathematical biology. Dr E A Gaffney from University of Oxford

inserted by: Václav Klika (24.09.2012 22:24:50)
 
link: http://www.bnc.ox.ac.uk/323/about-brasenose-31/academic-staff-150/dr-eamonn-a-gaffney-515.html

Eamonn A Gaffney will give two talks about mathematical biology during his visit at our department. He is a member of the well-known Centre of Mathematical Biology founded by J D Murray and now headed by Philip Maini.

Tue 2.10. from 14.00 in T-207:

Aspects of Turings Pattern Formation Mechanism: Growing Domains and Gene Expression Dynamics

Abstract: The prospect of long range signalling by diffusible morphogens initiating large scale pattern formation has been contemplated since the initial work of Turing in the 1950s and has been explored theoretically and experimentally in numerous developmental settings. However, Turings pattern formation mechanism exhibits sensitivity to the details of the initial conditions suggesting that, in isolation, it cannot robustly generate pattern within noisy biological environments. Aspects of developmental self-organisation, in particular a growing domain, have been suggested as a mechanism for robustly inducing a sequential cascade of self-organisation, thus circumventing the difficulties of sensitivity. This proposition is explored in detail for Turings model especially on the inclusion of further biological aspects, for example, gene expression dynamics.

Fri 5.10. from 9.30 in T-101:

Exploring the mechanics of swimming flagellates

Abstract: Mammalian spermotozoa motility is a subject of growing importance, due to rising human infertility and the possibility of improving animal breeding for livestock and conservation, while understanding how bacterial motility contributes to colonisation and biofilm initiation is of fundamental concern in numerous fields. Fluid and continuum dynamics offers many opportunities to provide novel insights concerning the mechanics of such swimming cells. Examples of the information that can be extracted by combining imaging and fluid dynamics will be highlighted together with its mechanical interpretation. In addition, we will explore the influence of sperm cell flagellar compliance in highly viscous media and its impact on swimming behaviours as well as investigating how the rotating bacterial flagellar helix influences prokaryotic cell behaviours near surfaces.

 
category: KM

Zapojte se s námi do spolupráce se středními školami

inserted by: Ľubomíra Dvořáková (24.09.2011 14:42:11)
 
Zapojte se s námi do spolupráce se středními školami
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Jste studentem Jaderky a myslíte si, že jít na tuto školu byla dobrá volba?

Pokud je odpověď ne, pak nemusíte číst dál.

Říkáte-li ano, pak právě vás potřebujeme!

Pomozte nám šířit dobré jméno FJFI na středních školách! Zapojte se do projektu Přednášky a SOČ (středoškolská odborná činnost), kterého se zatím účastní zaměstnanci a doktorandi FJFI (viz jaderka.cz sekce Pro střední školy). Ten správný elán a nápady můžete ovšem dodat jedině vy!

Rádi vysvětlujete? Umíte předávat své myšlenky dál? Připravte si nějakou pěknou přednášku z fyziky, informatiky, chemie či matematiky a vyjeďte s ní na střední školu, kterou téma zaujme.

Máte plnou hlavu témat, která se vám zdají nesmírně zajímavá a na kterých byste rádi pracovali? Přizvěte k této práci několik středoškoláků! Sami uvidíte, že když se vám podaří je pro projekt nadchnout, budou pracovat s velkým nasazením a společně pak třeba dovedete SOČku k vítězství v krajském či celorepublikovém kole.

A co za to? Potřebujeme především nadšence a ne lidi, kteří by propagaci dělali pro peníze. Finanční odměna je tedy pouze symbolická. Obrovským přínosem je ovšem získaná zkušenost v přednášení a vedení středoškolských studentů.

Těším se na spolupráci s vámi a ráda poskytnu veškeré další informace.

Ľubomíra Balková (lubomira.balkova@fjfi.cvut.cz)

 

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