MORE: talk by Ivana Pultarová (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague)

The second part of the talk Multigrid and multilevel methods, by Ivana Pultarová  (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague) will be held on Monday January 9, 2017 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract: Iterative numerical methods for solution of differential equations usually suffer from slow convergence when the discretized problem is large. Changing both ...

University Center for Mathematical Modeling, Applied Analysis and Computational Mathematics

University Center for Mathematical Modeling, Applied Analysis and  Computational Mathematics
University Center for Mathematical Modeling, Applied Analysis and Computational Mathematics - Semester Seminar Please, find the schedule and abstracts here: unce_mathmac-seminar_19-12-2016

MORE: talk by Ivana Pultarová (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague)

The talk Multigrid and multilevel methods, by Ivana Pultarová  (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague) will be held on Monday December 12, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract: Iterative numerical methods for solution of differential equations usually suffer from slow convergence when the discretized problem is large. Changing both the basis of the ...

MORE: talk by Ladislav Skrbek (Department of Low-Temperature Physics, Charles University)

The talk Quantum Turbulence, by Ladislav Skrbek (Department of Low-Temperature Physics, Charles University) will be held on Monday December 5, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract: Quantum turbulence can be loosely defined as the most general way of motion of quantum fluids displaying superfluidity. We introduce basic physical properties of quantum fluids, focusing on liquid helium, ...

MORE: talk by Vít Průša

The talk On thermodynamics of viscoelastic rate type fluids with temperature dependent material coefficients, by Vít Průša will be held on Monday November 28, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract: We derive a class of thermodynamically consistent variants of Maxwell/Oldroyd-B type models for viscoelastic fluids. In particular, we study the models that allow one to consider ...

MORE: talk by Martin Lanzendörfer

The talk Boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes(-like) equations imposed on artificial boundaries: two points of view (Part II), by Martin Lanzendörfer, will be held on Monday November 21, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract It seems natural to our minds to separate the "inner" and "outer", despite of them being inseparable in essence. In the (computational) fluid dynamics it ...

MORE: talk by Erika Maringová

The talk Globally Lipschitz minimizers for variational problems with linear growth, by Erika Maringová will be held on Monday November 14, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract: The classical example of a variational problem with linear growth is the minimal surface problem. It is well known that for smooth data such problem posses a regular (up ...

MORE: talk by Martin Isoz

The talk POD-DEIM based ROMs for CFD applications, by Martin Isoz (University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague), will be held on Monday November 7, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract The ongoing developments in numerical mathematics and available computing power combined with the industrial needs promote a development of more and more complex models. However, such models ...

MORE: talk by Hiromichi Itou

The talk On a crack problem for a strain-limiting nonlinear elastic model, by Hiromichi Itou (Tokyo University of Science), will be held on Monday October 31, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract In this talk, a nonlinear crack problem subject to the non-penetration condition is stated in the framework of nonlinear elasticity concept of limiting small strain ...

MORE: talk by Martin Lanzendörfer

The talk Boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes(-like) equations imposed on artificial boundaries: two points of view, by Martin Lanzendörfer, will be held on Monday October 24, 2016 at 9:00 in room K3. Abstract It seems natural to our minds to separate the "inner" and "outer", despite of them being inseparable in essence. In the (computational) fluid dynamics it is often ...