EPISTEME

 Episteme is a (crude) blog which automatically keeps track of changes in the preprint webpages of some people working in set theory. I may tidy the contents up a bit manually, but the idea is to have some minimal, relatively readable mechanical notification. Of course comments and suggestions are very welcome, but I don't promise to act on them.

Sat 18 May, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. PLOS one, 7:e32522.
new: 17. 5. 2013 - CTS zve na pÃ¡smo pÅednÃ¡Å¡ek NovÃ© objevy Univerzity Karlovy v SÃºdÃ¡nu, kterÃ© se uskuteÄnÃ ve stÅedu 22. kvÄtna 2013 od 17 hod. na FilozofickÃ© fakultÄ UK. Program naleznete zdeÂ Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 14. 5. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ ve dnech 15. a 16. kvÄtna 2013 mezinÃ¡rodnÃ seminÃ¡Å The Solidarity of the Shaken. Program a dalÅ¡Ã informace naleznete zde Â» Novinky CTS zve na pÃ¡smo pÅednÃ¡Å¡ek NovÃ© objevy Univerzity Karlovy v SÃºdÃ¡nu, kterÃ© se uskuteÄnÃ ve stÅedu 22. kvÄtna 2013 od 17 hod. na FilozofickÃ© fakultÄ UK. Program naleznete zdeÂ
new: (vloÅ¾eno 17. 5. 2013)
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deleted: Archiv Jana PatoÄky spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ ve dnech 15. a 16. kvÄtna 2013 mezinÃ¡rodnÃ seminÃ¡Å The Solidarity of the Shaken. Program a dalÅ¡Ã informace naleznete zde
deleted: (vloÅ¾eno 14. 5. 2013)
new: Archiv Jana PatoÄky spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ ve dnech 15. a 16. kvÄtna 2013 mezinÃ¡rodnÃ seminÃ¡Å The Solidarity of the Shaken. Program a dalÅ¡Ã informace naleznete zde
new: (vloÅ¾eno 14. 5. 2013)
---
deleted: Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ mezinÃ¡rodnÃ- workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ naleznete zde%endtag
deleted: (vloÅ¾eno 4. 3. 2013)

Rathjen: Jochen Voss Lecturer
new: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- Mike Evans
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---

Fri 17 May, 2013

Jech:
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
;
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: Roberts, Craig S.;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: HavlÃÄek, Jan (2013):
deleted: Preferences for facial and vocal masculinity in homosexual men: the role of relationship status, sexual restrictiveness, and self-perceived masculinity PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- Perception, 42, 187 - 197, doi:10.1068/p6909

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Schindler: Set theory. Exploring independence and truth, 300pp.,
new: Springer--Verlag, to appear in early 2014. (with John Steel) The core model induction (version as of April
new: 12, 2013, with a correct proof of the existence of A-iterable mice):
--- Set theory. Exploring independence and truth, 260pp.,
deleted: in preparation. (with John Steel) The core model induction (version as of July
deleted: 17, 2010): Skript zum Seminar "Konstruktibilität" mit Ben Miller
deleted: und Sandra Uhlenbrock
deleted: im WiSe 2012--13: * Vortrag Nr. 1, 08.10.12: Rudimentäre Funktionen deleted: und die Definition von L * Vortrag Nr. 2, 15.10.12: ZFC in L * Vortrag Nr. 3, deleted: 22.10.12: GCH und LZ in L * Vortrag Nr. 4, 29.10.12: LZ* in L * Vortrag Nr. 5, 19.11.12: Feinstruktur I (S*1--Skolem--Funktionen) * Vortrag Nr. 6, 26.11.12: Feinstruktur II (Das deleted: erste Projektum) * Vortrag Nr. 7, 03.12.12: Feinstruktur III (Das Downward deleted: Extension of Embeddings Lemma) * Vortrag Nr. 8, 10.12.12: Feinstruktur IV (Das Upward deleted: Extension of Embeddings Lemma) * Vortrag Nr. 9, 17.12.12: Feinstruktur V (Iterierte Projekta) * Vortrag Nr. 10, 07.01.12: Feinstruktur VI (Extender) * Vortrag Nr. 11, 14.01.13: Der Jensensche Überdeckungssatz * Vortrag Nr. 12, 21.01.13: Puffer. Teil 1, Teil 2, Teil 3, Teil 4, Teil 5, Teil 6. Tecklenburg, May 02, 2013, Wozu brauchen wir große Kardinalzahlen?

Truss: Mike Evans Lecturer
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Thu 16 May, 2013

Jech: 23. 5. 2013: A Pattern Theory of Self [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Shaun Gallagher
--- 16. 5. 2013: The Solidarity of the Shaken [detail ] SeminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡ v CTS!
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
;
new: Roberts, Craig S.;
new: HavlÃÄek, Jan (2013): the role of relationship status, sexual restrictiveness, and self-perceived masculinity
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail] 23. 5. 2013: A Pattern Theory of Self [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Shaun Gallagher
--- 16. 5. 2013: The Solidarity of the Shaken [detail ] SeminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡ v CTS!

Rathjen: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 15 May, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
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deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
new: 14. 5. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ ve dnech 15. a 16. kvÄtna 2013 mezinÃ¡rodnÃ seminÃ¡Å The Solidarity of the Shaken. Program a dalÅ¡Ã informace naleznete zde Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 19. 3. 2013 - PoslednÃ ÄÃsla Äasopisu Biograf k prodeji za jednotnou snÃÅ¾enou cenu 100 KÄ v sekretariÃ¡tu CTS (vÃce o Äasopisu na www.biograf.org). Â» Novinky
new: Archiv Jana PatoÄky spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ ve dnech 15. a 16. kvÄtna 2013 mezinÃ¡rodnÃ seminÃ¡Å The Solidarity of the Shaken. Program a dalÅ¡Ã informace naleznete zde
new: (vloÅ¾eno 14. 5. 2013)
deleted: Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ naleznete zde
deleted: (vloÅ¾eno 7. 12. 2012)

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Zeman:
new: Proceedings of American Mathematical Society
new: 138(5) (2010), 18531859
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deleted: Proceedings
deleted: of American Mathematical Society
138(5) (2010),
deleted: 18531859
new: 154 (2008) 163 - 190 (.dvi, href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/ctt.pdf">.pdf)
---
deleted: 154
deleted: (2008) 163 -
deleted: 190 (.dvi, .pdf)
new: extenders, Journal of Mathematical Logic
new: 4 (2004), No.1, 73 - 108 (.dvi href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/dodd.pdf">.pdf)
---
deleted: extenders,
deleted: Journal of Mathematical Logic 4 (2004), No.1, 73 - 108 href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/dodd.dvi">.dvi, .pdf)
new: models (with Ernest Schimmerling), Journal of href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/sqk.dvi">.dvi, .pdf)
---
deleted: models
deleted: (with Ernest Schimmerling), Journal of Mathemtaical Logic 4
deleted: (2004), No.
deleted: 1, 1
deleted: - 72 (.dvi, .pdf)
new: 67 (2002), No. 2, 721 - 736 (.dvi, .pdf)
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deleted: 67
deleted: (2002), No. 2, 721 - 736
deleted: (.dvi, .pdf)
new: No. 3, 305 - 314 (.dvi, .pdf)
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deleted: No. 3,
deleted: 305 - 314 (.dvi, .pdf) href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/dmc.pdf">.pdf)
---
deleted: Journal href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/dmc.pdf">.pdf)
new: (2000), No 1-2, 101 - 138 (.dvi, .ps)
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deleted: (2000), No
deleted: 1-2, 101 - 138
deleted: (.dvi, .ps)
new: De Gruyter Series in Logic and its Applications Vol. 5, Springer
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deleted: De
deleted: Gruyter Series in Logic and its Applications Vol. 5, Springer
new: A. eds., Springer 2010 (.dv i, .pdf )
---
deleted: A.
deleted: eds., Springer 2010 (.dv i, .pdf ) 6. Ideal projections and forcing projections href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/StatCatch-130501-sub.pd f">.pdf)
new: successive $\aleph_n$, submitted to Notre Dame
new: Jornal of Formal Logic (.pdf )
---
deleted: successive
deleted: $\aleph_n$, submitted to Notre Dame Jornal of
deleted: Formal
deleted: Logic (.pdf )
new: Kyriakos Kypriotakis), accepted for publication in Archive for
new: Mathematical Logic (.pdf)
---
deleted: Kyriakos
deleted: Kypriotakis), accepted for publication in Archive for
deleted: Mathematical
deleted: Logic (.pdf)
new: Steel), submitted to Israel Journal of Mathematics (---
deleted: Steel),
deleted: submitted to Israel Journal of Mathematics (
new: text-decoration: underline;">Downward transference of mice and
new: universality of local core models (with Andres
new: Caicedo), accepted for publication in Journal of Symbolic
new: Logic (.pdf%end tag%)
---
deleted: text-decoration: underline;">Downward
deleted: transference of mice and universality of local core models
deleted: (with
deleted: Andres Caicedo), accepted for publication in Journal of Symbolic
deleted: Logic (

Tue 14 May, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.

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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Truss: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Georgios Aivaliotis Lecturer
deleted: Georgios Aivaliotis "Striving to find the optimal path to profit, stability and social security in an uncertain environment." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Mon 13 May, 2013

Jech:
new: Herben T., ;
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Georgios Aivaliotis Lecturer
new: Georgios Aivaliotis "Striving to find the optimal path to profit, stability and social security in an uncertain environment." read more...
--- Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...

Sun 12 May, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: HavlÃÄek, Jan;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: NovÃ¡kovÃ¡, Lenka;
deleted: VondrovÃ¡, Marta a kol. (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- Perception, 41, 1246 - 1261, doi:10.1068/p7244

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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Thomas: The bi-embeddability relation for finitely
---
The bi-embeddability relation for finitely

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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Georgios Aivaliotis Lecturer
deleted: Georgios Aivaliotis "Striving to find the optimal path to profit, stability and social security in an uncertain environment." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Sat 11 May, 2013

Jech:
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: HavlÃÄek, Jan;
new: NovÃ¡kovÃ¡, Lenka;
new: VondrovÃ¡, Marta a kol. (2012):
---
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants Perception, 41, 1246 - 1261, doi:10.1068/p7244
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Thomas: The bi-embeddability relation for finitely
new: generated groups II

new: with J. Williams, preprint, May 2013.

Truss: Georgios Aivaliotis Lecturer
new: Georgios Aivaliotis "Striving to find the optimal path to profit, stability and social security in an uncertain environment." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Fri 10 May, 2013

Jech: 16. 5. 2013: The Solidarity of the Shaken [detail ] SeminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡ v CTS!
--- 23. 5. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno. PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Shaun Gallagher
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
--- 16. 5. 2013: The Solidarity of the Shaken [detail ] SeminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡ v CTS!
--- 23. 5. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno. PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Shaun Gallagher

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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

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--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- Mike Evans Lecturer
deleted: Mike Evans "Follow me on Twitter @PhysicsBloke" read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Thu 9 May, 2013

Jech: 23. 5. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno. PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Shaun Gallagher
--- 9. 5. 2013: ÄtvrteÄnÃ seminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡.
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted: (2012):
--- [de tail] 23. 5. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno. PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Shaun Gallagher
--- 9. 5. 2013: ÄtvrteÄnÃ seminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
deleted: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!

Truss: Mike Evans Lecturer
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Wed 8 May, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants [de tail]
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
new: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
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Truss: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
deleted: " read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Tue 7 May, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Matthew Daws Lecturer
deleted: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...

Truss: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 6 May, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems PLOS one, 7:e32522.
---

Rathjen: Matthew Daws Lecturer
new: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...
--- Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Sun 5 May, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.

Rathjen: Anand Pillay
--- William Crawley-Boevey
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
---
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Sat 4 May, 2013

Jech:
new: Herben T., ;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
---

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Fri 3 May, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Li, Yue;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2013):
deleted: Relationship between species richness and productivity in plants: the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
--- Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- Jochen Voss
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...

Thu 2 May, 2013

Jech: 9. 5. 2013: ÄtvrteÄnÃ seminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡.
--- 2. 5. 2013: SvÄt dÃtÄte a svÄt dospÄlÃ©ho. FilosofickÃ½ vÃ½znam rozdÃ- lu [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Stanislav SousedÃk
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Li, Yue;
new:
new: Storch, David
(2013): the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
---
deleted: Blonder, B.;
deleted: Buzzard, V.;
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
deleted: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.
--- American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763. 9. 5. 2013: ÄtvrteÄnÃ seminÃ¡Å se nekonÃ¡.
--- 2. 5. 2013: SvÄt dÃtÄte a svÄt dospÄlÃ©ho. FilosofickÃ½ vÃ½znam rozdÃ- lu [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Stanislav SousedÃk

Rathjen: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Sandro Azaele Lecturer
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Truss: Jochen Voss
--- Alison Parker
new: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...
---
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 1 May, 2013

Farah:
new: (version of April 2013, to appear in Israel J. Math.), pdf file
---
deleted: (version of November 2012), pdf file

Jech:
new: Blonder, B.;
new: Buzzard, V.;
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
new: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Sandro Azaele Lecturer
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
--- Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Tue 30 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
---

Rathjen: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Truss: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 29 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
---
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Sun 28 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
---

Rathjen: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Jochen Voss Lecturer
deleted: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...

Truss: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Sat 27 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Fri 26 Apr, 2013

Jech:
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.

Thu 25 Apr, 2013

Jech: 2. 5. 2013: SvÄt dÃtÄte a svÄt dospÄlÃ©ho. FilosofickÃ½ vÃ½znam rozdÃ- lu [detail ]
--- 25. 4. 2013: Konzervace, nebo ochrana procesÅ¯? [detail ]
new: Stanislav SousedÃk
---
deleted: Vojen LoÅ¾ek
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
--- 2. 5. 2013: SvÄt dÃtÄte a svÄt dospÄlÃ©ho. FilosofickÃ½ vÃ½znam rozdÃ- lu [detail ]
--- 25. 4. 2013: Konzervace, nebo ochrana procesÅ¯? [detail ]
new: Stanislav SousedÃk
---
deleted: Vojen LoÅ¾ek

Rathjen: Jochen Voss
--- Mike Evans
new: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...
---

Truss: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- John Paul Gosling Lecturer
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Wed 24 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: Mike Evans Lecturer
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: John Paul Gosling
--- Sandro Azaele
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
---
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Tue 23 Apr, 2013

Farah:
new: The isomorphism relation for separable C*-algebras,
new: (joint with
new: George A. Elliott,
new: Vern Paulsen,
new: Christian Rosendal,
new: Andrew S. Toms
new: and Asger Tornquist)
new: January 2013. pdf file
new: pdf file
---
deleted: pdf file
new: version of April 2013.
new: pdf file

---
deleted: July 2012. pdf file
new: (joint with Sam Coskey), April 2012.
new: To appear in Transactions of the Amer. Math. Soc.
---
deleted: (joint with Sam Coskey), April 2012.
new: version of February 2012, to appear in Comptes rendus mathmatiques (Canada).
---
deleted: version of February 2012.
new: April 2010. To appear in Israel Journal of Mathematics.
---
deleted: April 2010.
new: and David Sherman, to appear in Bulletin of London Math. Soc.)
---
deleted: and David Sherman, to appear in Journal of London Math. Soc.)

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
---
new: PoslednÃ ÄÃsla Äasopisu Biograf k prodeji za jednotnou snÃÅ¾enou cenu 100 KÄ v sekretariÃ¡tu CTS (vÃce o Äasopisu na www.biograf.org).
new:
new: (vloÅ¾eno 19. 3. 2013)
new: Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ mezinÃ¡rodnÃ workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ naleznete zde%endtag
new: (vloÅ¾eno 4. 3. 2013)
---
deleted: 19. 3. 2013 - PoslednÃ ÄÃsla Äasopisu Biograf k prodeji za jednotnou snÃÅ¾enou cenu 100 KÄ v sekretariÃ¡tu CTS (vÃce o Äasopisu na www.biograf.org
).
deleted:
new: Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ naleznete zde
new: (vloÅ¾eno 7. 12. 2012) Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.
---
deleted: 4. 3. 2013 - Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ- mezinÃ¡rodnÃ workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde%endtag
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Truss: Sandro Azaele
--- John Paul Gosling
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
---
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Mon 22 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Truss: John Paul Gosling
--- Matthew Daws
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
---
deleted: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...

Sun 21 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
---
deleted: Li, Yue;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2013):
deleted: Relationship between species richness and productivity in plants: the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.

Rathjen: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Truss: Matthew Daws Lecturer
new: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Sat 20 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Li, Yue;
new:
new: Storch, David
(2013): the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Serguei Komissarov
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Fri 19 Apr, 2013

Jech: 25. 4. 2013: Konzervace, nebo ochrana procesÅ¯? [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
--- 19. 4. 2013 - 20. 4. 2013: Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka [detail ] Australian Research Council Workshop
new: Vojen LoÅ¾ek

Rathjen: Alison Parker
--- Matthew Daws
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...

Thu 18 Apr, 2013

Jech: 25. 4. 2013: Konzervace, nebo ochrana procesÅ¯? [detail ]
--- 18. 4. 2013: A conceptual instruction-centered model of evolutionary and developmental processes as a source of insights into the issues of group selection, multilevel selection, and the origins of order [detail ]
new: Vojen LoÅ¾ek
---
deleted: Pavel PelikÃ¡n
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- 19. 4. 2013 - 20. 4. 2013: Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka [detail ] Australian Research Council Workshop
--- 18. 4. 2013: A conceptual instruction-centered model of evolutionary and developmental processes as a source of insights into the issues of group selection, multilevel selection, and the origins of order [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Pavel PelikÃ¡n

Rathjen: Matthew Daws Lecturer
new: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Schindler:
new: Eike Bunn (2012), Momme Steffen (2012), Marvin Landwehr (2012), Jonas
new: Fox (1913).
---
deleted: Eike Bunn (2012), Momme Steffen (2012), Marvin Landwehr (2012). Dominik Adolf (finished in 2013)

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 17 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486. 18. 4. 2013: A conceptual instruction-centered model of evolutionary and developmental processes as a source of insights into the issues of group selection, multilevel selection, and the origins of order [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Pavel PelikÃ¡n
--- 17. 4. 2013 - 18. 4. 2013: InSOTEC meeting [detail ]

Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Tue 16 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
---

Rathjen: Alison Parker
--- Sandro Azaele
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Truss: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Mon 15 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Li, Yue;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2013):
deleted: Relationship between species richness and productivity in plants: the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
--- Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.

Rathjen: Sandro Azaele
--- Alison Parker
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
---
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Sun 14 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Li, Yue;
new:
new: Storch, David
(2013): the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Truss: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sat 13 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
---

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Fri 12 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Jochen Voss Lecturer
deleted: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Thu 11 Apr, 2013

Jech: 18. 4. 2013: A conceptual instruction-centered model of evolutionary and developmental processes as a source of insights into the issues of group selection, multilevel selection, and the origins of order [detail ]
--- 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce [detail ]
new: Pavel PelikÃ¡n
---
deleted: Martin Å olc
new: Havel, Ivan M.;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: Havel, Ivan M. (2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0 17. 4. 2013 - 18. 4. 2013: InSOTEC meeting [detail ]
--- 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Martin Å olc

Rathjen: Jochen Voss Lecturer
new: Jochen Voss "computational statistics, probability and stochastic processes" read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 10 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
deleted: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!

Tue 9 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Truss: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
new: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 8 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Alison Parker
--- Sandro Azaele
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Sun 7 Apr, 2013

Jech: 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce [detail ]
--- 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522. 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce [detail ]
--- 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce

Rathjen: Sandro Azaele Lecturer
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Truss: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Sandro Azaele Lecturer
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Fri 5 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.

Rathjen: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Truss: Sandro Azaele
--- Alison Parker
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
---
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Thu 4 Apr, 2013

Jech: 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce
--- 4. 4. 2013: Distribuce sluneÄnÃ energie v krajinÄ â pÅÃmÃ½ efekt vody a vegetace na klima [detail ]
new: Martin Å olc
---
deleted: Jan PokornÃ½
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
new: Herben T., ;
---
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
--- Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486. 11. 4. 2013: KosmickÃ© bombardovÃ¡nÃ ZemÄ a MÄsÃce
--- 4. 4. 2013: Distribuce sluneÄnÃ energie v krajinÄ â pÅÃmÃ½ efekt vody a vegetace na klima [detail ]
new: Martin Å olc
---
deleted: Jan PokornÃ½

Rathjen: Daniel Lesnic
--- Serguei Komissarov
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
---
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Wed 3 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Tue 2 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Mon 1 Apr, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: Blonder, B.;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: Buzzard, V.;
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
deleted: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.

Rathjen: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Matthew Daws Lecturer
deleted: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...

Truss: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
deleted: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!

Sun 31 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: Blonder, B.;
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
new: Buzzard, V.;
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
new: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research
---
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.

Rathjen: Matthew Daws Lecturer
new: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Truss: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
new: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sat 30 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: Herben T., ;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
---

Rathjen: Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- Mike Evans Lecturer

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Fri 29 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Mike Evans Lecturer
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Thu 28 Mar, 2013

Jech: 4. 4. 2013: Distribuce sluneÄnÃ energie v krajinÄ â pÅÃmÃ½ efekt vody a vegetace na klima [detail ]
new: Jan PokornÃ½
---
deleted: Ivana RyÄlovÃ¡
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species PLOS one, 7:e32522.
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367. 4. 4. 2013: Distribuce sluneÄnÃ energie v krajinÄ â pÅÃmÃ½ efekt vody a vegetace na klima [detail ]
new: Jan PokornÃ½
---
deleted: Ivana RyÄlovÃ¡

Wed 27 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: Herben T., ;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
---

Tue 26 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Mon 25 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Li, Yue;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2013):
deleted: Relationship between species richness and productivity in plants: the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Truss: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Sun 24 Mar, 2013

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Truss: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Sat 23 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Li, Yue;
new:
new: Storch, David
(2013): the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Rathjen: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Fri 22 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Thu 21 Mar, 2013

--- 21. 3. 2013: LotyÅ¡sko - malÃ¡ zemÄ mezi Baltem a Velkou ZemÃ- [detail ]
new: Ivana RyÄlovÃ¡
---
deleted: TomÃ¡Å¡ PÅ¡tross
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
--- Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226 28. 3. 2013: Mezi kladivem a kovadlinou [detail ]
--- 21. 3. 2013: LotyÅ¡sko - malÃ¡ zemÄ mezi Baltem a Velkou ZemÃ- [detail ]
new: Ivana RyÄlovÃ¡
---
deleted: TomÃ¡Å¡ PÅ¡tross
---
new: 19. 3. 2013 - PoslednÃ ÄÃsla Äasopisu Biograf k prodeji za jednotnou snÃÅ¾enou cenu 100 KÄ v sekretariÃ¡tu CTS (vÃce o Äasopisu na www.biograf.org).
new: Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 4. 3. 2013 - Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ- mezinÃ¡rodnÃ workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde%endtag %Â» Novinky
new: 19. 3. 2013 - PoslednÃ ÄÃsla Äasopisu Biograf k prodeji za jednotnou snÃÅ¾enou cenu 100 KÄ v sekretariÃ¡tu CTS (vÃce o Äasopisu na www.biograf.org).
new:
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.
---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde
deleted: 1. 11. 2012 - CTS spolupoÅÃ¡dÃ¡ 9. konferenci environmentÃ¡lnÃ archeologie na tÃ©ma "Homo climaticus. KlimatickÃ© zmÄny, pÅÃroda a spoleÄnost", kterÃ¡ se uskuteÄnÃ- 28. - 30. ledna 2013 v ÄeskÃ½ch BudÄjovicÃch. Pro vÃce informacÃ kliknÄte na banner.
deleted: http://www.kea2013.cz Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.

Rathjen: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Mike Evans Lecturer

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Tue 19 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Mike Evans
--- Peter Thwaites
---
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

Truss: Daniel Lesnic
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Mon 18 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
---

Rathjen: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Sun 17 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- Sandro Azaele
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Sat 16 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Truss: Sandro Azaele Lecturer
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Fri 15 Mar, 2013

Rathjen: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Schindler: UC Irvine, Feb 25, 2013, Stationary reflection, mouse reflection, and
new: strategy reflection
. 1965 Born in Erlangen (FRG).
--- 1965 Born in Erlangen (FRG) Aug 08, 2007 thru March 31, 2008
new: and Jan 31 thru March 28, 2013: Guest professor at UC Berkeley (USA),
--- Aug 08, 2007 thru March 31, 2008: Guest professor at UC Berkeley (USA),
new: of Barcelona (Catalunya). Married, 3 children.
---
deleted: of Barcelona.

Thu 14 Mar, 2013

Jech: 21. 3. 2013: LotyÅ¡sko - malÃ¡ zemÄ mezi Baltem a Velkou ZemÃ- [detail ]
--- 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
new: TomÃ¡Å¡ PÅ¡tross
---
deleted: John Marhall Townsend
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367. 21. 3. 2013: LotyÅ¡sko - malÃ¡ zemÄ mezi Baltem a Velkou ZemÃ- [detail ]
--- 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
new: TomÃ¡Å¡ PÅ¡tross
---
deleted: John Marhall Townsend

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
deleted: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!

Wed 13 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: Herben T., ;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
---

Rathjen: Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Truss: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
new: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Tue 12 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Truss: Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 11 Mar, 2013

Rathjen: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sun 10 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted: Blonder, B.;
deleted: Buzzard, V.;
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
deleted: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Sat 9 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: Blonder, B.;
new: Buzzard, V.;
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena a kol. (2012):
new: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research
---
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena ;
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Truss: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Sandro Azaele Lecturer
deleted: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...

Fri 8 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
---

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Sandro Azaele Lecturer
new: Sandro Azaele "I am interested in understanding which processes drive the emergence of general and large scale patterns that we observe in complex ecosystems. To address such problems, I usually borrow ideas and techniques from statistical mechanics and stochastic processes." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Thu 7 Mar, 2013

Jech: 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication: Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals [detail ]
new: John Marhall Townsend
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
---
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication: Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals [detail ]
new: John Marhall Townsend
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez

Rathjen: Alison Parker
--- Barry Cooper
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Wed 6 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Truss: Paul Martin
--- Anand Pillay
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
---
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Tue 5 Mar, 2013

Jech: 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication: Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication [detail ]
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486. 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication: Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication [detail ]
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals
---
new: 4. 3. 2013 - Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ- mezinÃ¡rodnÃ workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde%endtag %Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde Â» Novinky Novinky
new: 4. 3. 2013 - Ve dnech 19. - 20. dubna 2013 se uskuteÄnÃ- mezinÃ¡rodnÃ workshop "Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History: Husserl and PatoÄka". VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde%endtag
--- Novinky
new:
http://www.kea2013.cz Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.
---
deleted: http://www.kea2013.cz
deleted: 16. 10. 2012 - CTS se zÃºÄastnÃ TÃ½dne vÄdy a techniky 2012 pÅednÃ¡Å¡kou Chaos, ÅÃ¡d a energie, kterÃ¡ se uskuteÄnÃ ve Ätvrtek 1. listopadu 2012 od 10 hod. v baroknÃm refektÃ¡Åi klÃ¡Å¡tera sv. JiljÃ, anotaci naleznete zde%endtag Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Zeman:
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10. Global square squences in extender models (.dvi, .pdf) Annals
new: of
new: Pure and Applied Logic
161(7) (2010), 956-985 9. More fine structural global square sequences (.dvi .pdf) Archive
new: for
new: Mathematical Logic
48(8) (2009), 825-835 href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/ch-dm.dvi">.dvi .pdf
new: Proceedings
new: of American Mathematical Society
138(5) (2010),
new: 1853-1859 7. Cardinal transfer properties in extender models
new:
(with Ernest Schimmerling), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic
new: 154
new: (2008) 163 -
new: 190 (.dvi, .pdf) 6. Dodd paremeters and $\lambda$-indexing of
new: extenders
,
new: Journal of Mathematical Logic 4 (2004), No.1, 73 - 108 (--- MARTIN ZEMAN'S RESEARCH
deleted: PAPERS
10. Global square squences in extender models (.dvi, .pdf) Annals
deleted: of Pure and Applied Logic
161(7) (2010), 956-985 9. More fine structural global square sequences (.dvi .pdf) Archive
deleted: for Mathematical Logic
48(8) (2009), 825-835 href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/ch-dm.dvi">.dvi .pdf ) Proceedings
deleted: of American Mathematical Society
138(5) (2010), 1853-1859 7. Cardinal transfer properties in extender models
deleted:
(with Ernest Schimmerling), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 154
deleted: (2008) 163 -
deleted: 190 (.dvi, .pdf) 6. Dodd paremeters and $\lambda$-indexing of extenders,
deleted: Journal of Mathematical Logic 4 (2004), No.1, 73 - 108 ( 5. Characterization of $\square_\kappa$ in core
new: models

new: (with Ernest Schimmerling), Journal of Mathemtaical Logic 4
new: (2004), No.
new: 1, 1
new: - 72 (.dvi, .pdf) 4. Deconstructing inner model theory
new: (with Ralf Schindler and John Steel), Journal of Symbolic Logic
new: 67
new: (2002), No. 2, 721 - 736
new: (.dvi, .pdf) 3. Square in core models (with Ernest
new: Schimmerling), Bulletin of Symbolic Logic Vol. 7 (2001),
new: No. 3,
new: 305 - 314 (.dvi, .pdf) 2. Diamond at Mahlo Cardinals,
new: Journal href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/dmc.pdf">.pdf) 1. Smooth Categories and global square
new: (with Ronald Jensen), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 102
new: (2000), No
new: 1-2, 101 - 138
new: (.dvi, .ps)
new: BOOK 1. Inner Models and Large Cardinals,
new: De
new: Gruyter Series in Logic and its Applications Vol. 5, Springer
new: 2002 BOOK CHAPTER 1. Fine Structure Theory (with Ralf
new: Schindler), Handbook of Set Theory, Foreman, M.D. and Kanamori,
new: A.
new: eds., Springer 2010 (.dv i, .pdf ) PREPRINTS AND NOTES 5. --- 5. Characterization of $\square_\kappa$ in core models
deleted: (with Ernest Schimmerling), Journal of Mathemtaical Logic 4 (2004), No.
deleted: 1, 1
deleted: - 72 (.dvi, .pdf) 4. Deconstructing inner model theory
deleted: (with Ralf Schindler and John Steel), Journal of Symbolic Logic 67
deleted: (2002), No. 2, 721 - 736
deleted: (.dvi, .pdf) 3. Square in core models (with Ernest
deleted: Schimmerling), Bulletin of Symbolic Logic Vol. 7 (2001), No. 3,
deleted: 305 - 314 (.dvi, .pdf) 2. Diamond at Mahlo Cardinals, Journal
deleted: of Symbolic Logic 65 (2000), No. 4, 1813 - 1822 (.pdf) 1. Smooth Categories and global square
deleted: (with Ronald Jensen), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 102 (2000), No
deleted: 1-2, 101 - 138
deleted: (.dvi, .ps)
deleted: BOOK 1. Inner Models and Large Cardinals, De
deleted: Gruyter Series in Logic and its Applications Vol. 5, Springer 2002 BOOK CHAPTER 1. Fine Structure Theory (with Ralf
deleted: Schindler), Handbook of Set Theory, Foreman, M.D. and Kanamori, A.
deleted: eds., Springer 2010 (.dv href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/finestructure.pdf">.pdf ) PREPRINTS AND NOTES 5.
new: $\neg\square_{\aleph_\omega}$ and reflection at two
new: successive
new: $\aleph_n$, submitted to Notre Dame Jornal of
new: Formal
new: Logic (.pdf ) 4. ---
deleted: $\neg\square_{\aleph_\omega}$ and reflection at two successive
deleted: $\aleph_n$, submitted to Notre Dame Jornal of Formal
deleted: Logic (.pdf ) 4.
new: $\square(\kappa^+)$ in extender models (with
new: Kyriakos
new: Kypriotakis), accepted for publication in Archive for
new: Mathematical
new: Logic (.pdf) 3. Square
new: principles in P_max extensions
(with Andres
new: Caicedo, Paul Larson, Grigor Sargsyan, Ralf Schindler, and John
new: Steel), href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/AIM-Pmax-Square-sub-off icial-120518.pdf">.pdf)
new:
new:
2. Downward
new: transference of mice and universality of local core models
new: (with
new: Andres Caicedo), accepted for publication in Journal of Symbolic
new: Logic (.pdf%end tag%) 1. A note on Dodd Parameters
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deleted: $\square(\kappa^+)$ in extender models (with Kyriakos
deleted: Kypriotakis), accepted for publication in Archive for Mathematical
deleted: Logic (
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deleted: principles in P_max extensions
(with Andres
deleted: Caicedo, Paul Larson, Grigor Sargsyan, Ralf Schindler, and John Steel), href="http://www.math.uci.edu/~mzeman/RESEARCH/AIM-Pmax-Square-sub-off icial-120518.pdf">.pdf)
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deleted: transference of mice and universality of local core models (with
deleted: Andres Caicedo), accepted for publication in Journal of Symbolic
deleted: Logic (.pdf%end tag%) 1. A note on Dodd Parameters

Mon 4 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Truss: Serguei Komissarov
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sun 3 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Sat 2 Mar, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: Herben T., ;
deleted: Suda, Jan;
deleted: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
deleted: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Fri 1 Mar, 2013

Jech: 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
new: Herben T., ;
---
deleted: Blonder, B.;
new: Suda, Jan;
new: KlimeÅ¡ovÃ¡, Jitka a kol. (2012):
new: Ecological effects of cell-level processes: genome size, functional traits and regional abundance of herbaceous plant species
---
deleted: Buzzard, V.;
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
deleted: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research Annals of Botany, 110: 1357-1367.
--- American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763. 7. 3. 2013: Vocal communication [detail ]
--- 7. 3. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez Comparison between the meanings and purposes of acoustic communication in humans and other animals
---
deleted: Juan David LeongÃ³mez

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Peter Thwaites Lecturer
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

Thu 28 Feb, 2013

Jech: 7. 3. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
--- 28. 2. 2013: Digital Humanities [detail ]
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
---
deleted: Josef Å lerka
new: Blonder, B.;
new: Buzzard, V.;
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
a kol. (2012):
new: The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity American Journal of Botany, 99: 1756-1763.
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0 7. 3. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
--- 28. 2. 2013: Digital Humanities [detail ]
new: Juan David LeongÃ³mez
---
deleted: Josef Å lerka

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Truss: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Wed 27 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Tue 26 Feb, 2013

Jech: 28. 2. 2013: Digital Humanities [detail ]
--- 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
new: Josef Å lerka
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deleted: John Marhall Townsend
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
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deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Li, Yue;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2013):
deleted: Relationship between species richness and productivity in plants: the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170. 28. 2. 2013: Digital Humanities [detail ]
--- 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
new: Josef Å lerka
---
deleted: John Marhall Townsend

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Mon 25 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Li, Yue;
new:
new: Storch, David
(2013): the role of sampling effect, heterogeneity and species pool
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deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Journal of Ecology, 101: 161-170.
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Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Sun 24 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
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deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
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deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Truss: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Sat 23 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
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deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
---

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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

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--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Thu 21 Feb, 2013

Jech: 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
--- 21. 2. 2013: Hofstadterovo kouzlo: jsme vÄdomÃ© bytosti dÃky podivnÃ½m smyÄkÃ¡m v mysli [detail ]
new: John Marhall Townsend
---
deleted:
deleted: Ivan M. Havel

new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0 14. 3. 2013: Beauties & Beasts: How Women's Lib Gave Birth To The New Polygyny [detail ]
--- 21. 2. 2013: Hofstadterovo kouzlo: jsme vÄdomÃ© bytosti dÃky podivnÃ½m smyÄkÃ¡m v mysli [detail ]
new: John Marhall Townsend
---
deleted:
deleted: Ivan M. Havel

Rathjen: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Thomas:
new: with J. Williams, accepted for publication in J. London Math. Soc.
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deleted: with J. Williams, submitted, October 2012.

Truss: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Wed 20 Feb, 2013

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Tue 19 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
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deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Mon 18 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
deleted: EvoluÄnÃ teorie muÅ¾skÃ© homosexuality Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Truss: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sun 17 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
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deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris
--- Daniel Lesnic
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
---
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Sat 16 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
---

Rathjen: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- John Paul Gosling Lecturer
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Truss: Daniel Lesnic
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Fri 15 Feb, 2013

Rathjen: John Paul Gosling Lecturer
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Thu 14 Feb, 2013

Jech: 21. 2. 2013: Hofstadterovo kouzlo: jsme vÄdomÃ© bytosti dÃky podivnÃ½m smyÄkÃ¡m v mysli [detail ]
--- 14. 2. 2013: Mechorosty jsou takÃ© rostliny [detail ]
new:
new: Ivan M. Havel

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deleted: Eva MikulÃ¡Å¡kovÃ¡ 21. 2. 2013: Hofstadterovo kouzlo: jsme vÄdomÃ© bytosti dÃky podivnÃ½m smyÄkÃ¡m v mysli [detail ]
--- 14. 2. 2013: Mechorosty jsou takÃ© rostliny [detail ]
new:
new: Ivan M. Havel

---
deleted: Eva MikulÃ¡Å¡kovÃ¡

Rathjen: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 13 Feb, 2013

Rathjen: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
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--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Truss: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Tue 12 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
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deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Truss: * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet
--- * Home * Undergraduate * Postgraduate research * Postgraduate taught * Research * People * Intranet * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics
--- * You are here: Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences * School of Mathematics * Research * Pure mathematics * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us
--- * Staff * Applied mathematics * Financial mathematics * Pure mathematics * Statistics * Seminars * Research degrees * Contact us * Visit us Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more... * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic
--- * Algebra * Differential Geometry * Analysis * Mathematical Logic

Mon 11 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
---

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sun 10 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- John Paul Gosling
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Sat 9 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
---

Rathjen: Alison Parker
--- John Paul Gosling
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Truss: John Paul Gosling Lecturer
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Fri 8 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems

Rathjen: John Paul Gosling
--- Barry Cooper
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
---
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Truss: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Thu 7 Feb, 2013

Jech:
---
deleted: SkladiÅ¡tÄ | 14. 2. 2013: Mechorosty jsou takÃ© rostliny [detail ]
--- 7. 2. 2013: Human computing, or how to make computers more friendly to people [detail ]
new: Eva MikulÃ¡Å¡kovÃ¡
---
deleted: Steve Russ
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults 14. 2. 2013: Mechorosty jsou takÃ© rostliny [detail ]
--- 7. 2. 2013: Human computing, or how to make computers more friendly to people [detail ]
new: Eva MikulÃ¡Å¡kovÃ¡
---
deleted: Steve Russ

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...

Truss: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Wed 6 Feb, 2013

Rathjen: John Wood Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: John Wood "I work in differential geometry studying harmonic maps: transformations of Riemannian manifolds which extremize a natural energy functional and include geodesics and minimal surfaces; and harmonic morphisms: mappings of Riemannian manifolds which preserve solutions of Laplace's equation and relate to complex structures and the shear-free ray congruences of Mathematical Physics." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Truss: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Tue 5 Feb, 2013

Jech:
---
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems

Rathjen: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 4 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Sun 3 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
deleted: PÅirozenÃ© a umÄlÃ© In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Peter Thwaites Lecturer
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Sat 2 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
---

Rathjen: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
--- Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
deleted: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Fri 1 Feb, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486. Novinky
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde
--- Novinky
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde

Rathjen: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé Centenary Chair in Financial Mathematics
new: Klaus Schenk-Hoppé "Publication of "Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution" on the occasion of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday is one of my proudest moments. The co-edited volume collects contributions by leading researchers in evolutionary dynamics of financial markets. Darwin's insights on natural selection continue to inspire 150 years after their publication!
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Thu 31 Jan, 2013

Jech: 7. 2. 2013: Human computing, or how to make computers more friendly to people [detail ]
--- 31. 1. 2013: Jazyk jako mystifikace [detail ]
new: Steve Russ
---
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
--- 7. 2. 2013: Human computing, or how to make computers more friendly to people [detail ]
--- 31. 1. 2013: Jazyk jako mystifikace [detail ]
new: Steve Russ
---

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- Peter Thwaites
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

Wed 30 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Truss: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Tue 29 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...

Mon 28 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
deleted: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...

Truss: Robert Marsh
--- Anand Pillay
new: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Sun 27 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
---

new: Vladimir Kisil "Mathematics is a unified subjects and the concept of symmetry links together various areas. Applications in physics and other sciences provide a rich source of intriguing questions and inspiring hints for their solutions." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Schindler: Review of Combinatorial Set Theory by
new: L.J. Halbeisen for the Jahresberichte der Deutschen Math.-Vereinigung. PDF.

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Sat 26 Jan, 2013

Farah:
new: A simple C*-algebra with finite nuclear dimension
new: which is not Z-stable,
(joint with
new: Dan Hathaway,
new:
new: Aaron Tikuisis
and
new: Takeshi Katsura),
new: January 2013.
new: pdf file
new: Nonseparable UHF algebras II: Classification,
new: (with Takeshi Katsura),
new: January 2013.
new: pdf file
---
new: All automorphisms of all Calkin algebras, Math. Res. Letters,
--- All automorphisms of all Calkin algebras, Math. Res. Letters,

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012): 31. 1. 2013: Jazyk jako mystifikace [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
--- 26. 1. 2013 - 2. 2. 2013: 41. zimnÃ Å¡kola abstraktnÃ analÃ½zy - teorie mnoÅ¾in a topologie [detail ]

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker
--- John Paul Gosling
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
---
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Vaughan:
new: Fundamenta Mathematicae, 217 (2012) 83-93.
---
deleted: preprint

Fri 25 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Barry Cooper Lecturer
deleted: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...

Truss: John Paul Gosling Lecturer
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
--- Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...

Thu 24 Jan, 2013

Jech: 31. 1. 2013: Jazyk jako mystifikace [detail ]
--- 24. 1. 2013: O prospÄchu a nebezpeÄÃ sociÃ¡lnÃch vÄd pro spoleÄnost [detail ]
---
deleted: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0 26. 1. 2013 - 2. 2. 2013: 41. zimnÃ Å¡kola abstraktnÃ analÃ½zy - teorie mnoÅ¾in a topologie [detail ]
--- 24. 1. 2013: O prospÄchu a nebezpeÄÃ sociÃ¡lnÃch vÄd pro spoleÄnost [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡

Rathjen: Barry Cooper Lecturer
new: Barry Cooper "Just as Copernicus, Darwin and Freud changed our view of who we are in the Universe, so have the 20th century discoveries of Alan Turing, Kurt Goedel and others regarding what we can compute or axiomatically prove. The philosopher Luciano Floridi has called this informational sea-change 'The Fourth Revolution'." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Steel: Godel's program. To appear in "Interpreting Godel",
new: Juliette Kennedy editor, Cambridge University Press. pdf

Truss: Alastair Rucklidge Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Alastair Rucklidge "Regular patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and their formation and stability is governed by the intricate interactions of symmetry and nonlinearity." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Wed 23 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
deleted: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
---

Rathjen: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Tue 22 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: KÅ¯rka, Petr
(2012):
new: Stern-Brocot graph in Moebius number systems
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167

Mon 21 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
---

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Peter Thwaites Lecturer
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Sun 20 Jan, 2013

Rathjen: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sat 19 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Schweiger , O.;
deleted: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
deleted: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.

Fri 18 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Schweiger , O.;
new: Kuhn , I. a kol. (2012):
new: Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1473-1486.
---

Rathjen: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing. read more...

Thu 17 Jan, 2013

Jech: 24. 1. 2013: O prospÄchu a nebezpeÄÃ sociÃ¡lnÃch vÄd pro spoleÄnost [detail ]
--- 17. 1. 2013: ProstorovÃ© realizace [detail ]
new: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡
---
deleted: Ivan Kafka 24. 1. 2013: O prospÄchu a nebezpeÄÃ sociÃ¡lnÃch vÄd pro spoleÄnost [detail ]
--- 17. 1. 2013: ProstorovÃ© realizace [detail ]
new: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡
---
deleted: Ivan Kafka

Rathjen: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Wed 16 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: Ivan Kafka
---
deleted: Ivan Kavka
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
--- In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
new: Ivan Kafka
---
deleted: Ivan Kavka

Rathjen: Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Tue 15 Jan, 2013

Jech: 17. 1. 2013: ProstorovÃ© realizace [detail ]
--- 17. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
new:
new: ValentovÃ¡, Jarka
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants In: Evolvendi antropologicae. VÃ½voj v antropologickÃ½ch perspektivÃ¡ch (Ed. HanovskÃ¡, L., HorskÃ½, J., HronÃkovÃ¡, L.), p. 87-97, Togga: Praha, ISBN: 978-80-87258-167
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875. 17. 1. 2013: ProstorovÃ© realizace [detail ]
--- 17. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.

Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.

Mon 14 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
new: Herben T., (2012):
new: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants
---
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.
--- Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Truss: Paul Martin Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Paul Martin "My research is concerned with the representation theory of structures (such as groups and algebras) used in physical modeling.
--- Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
deleted: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...

Sun 13 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522.

Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Peter Thwaites Lecturer
deleted: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...

Truss: Martin Speight Professor of Mathematics
new: Martin Speight "Solitons are smooth, knot-like lumps of energy which are stable against all deformations, with applications spanning the length scale, from models of elementary particles, through condensed matter and biophysics to cosmology. Their study is a fascinating challenge involving geometry, topology, analysis and computer simulation." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sat 12 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults PLOS one, 7:e32522.
---

Rathjen: Peter Thwaites Lecturer
new: Peter Thwaites "My research is in the area of Bayesian Statistics, and is particularly focussed on probabilistic graphical models which can be used for the representation and analysis of problems which admit a high degree of asymmetry." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Fri 11 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey
--- Robert Marsh
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
---
deleted: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Thu 10 Jan, 2013

Jech: 17. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
--- 10. 1. 2013: KdyÅ¾ nÃ¡silÃ zÅ¯stÃ¡vÃ¡ prvnÃ a poslednÃ moÅ¾nostÃ: dynamika syrskÃ©ho konfliktu 2011 â 2013 [detail ]
new: Ivan Kavka
---
deleted: Jan ÄuÅÃk
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012):
deleted: An Alternative Theoretical Approach to Escape Decision-Making: The Role of Visual Cues. In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- PLOS one, 7:e32522. 17. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
--- 10. 1. 2013: KdyÅ¾ nÃ¡silÃ zÅ¯stÃ¡vÃ¡ prvnÃ a poslednÃ moÅ¾nostÃ: dynamika syrskÃ©ho konfliktu 2011 â 2013 [detail ]
new: Ivan Kavka
---
deleted: Jan ÄuÅÃk
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 3. 1. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky VÃ¡s zve na kolokvium KONCEPCE ZJEVOVÃNÃ V KONTEXTU FILOSOFIE MARTINA HEIDEGGERA, kterÃ© se bude konat v ÃºterÃ½ 8. ledna 2013 v AkademickÃ©m konferenÄnÃm centru, Husova %br% Praha 1. Program naleznete zde%e ndtag%. Â» Novinky
deleted: 3. 1. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky VÃ¡s zve na kolokvium KONCEPCE ZJEVOVÃNÃ V KONTEXTU FILOSOFIE MARTINA HEIDEGGERA, kterÃ© se bude konat v ÃºterÃ½ 8. ledna 2013 v AkademickÃ©m konferenÄnÃm centru, Husova %br% Praha 1. Program naleznete zde%e ndtag%.
new:
http://www.kea2013.cz
new: 16. 10. 2012 - CTS se zÃºÄastnÃ TÃ½dne vÄdy a techniky 2012 pÅednÃ¡Å¡kou Chaos, ÅÃ¡d a energie, kterÃ¡ se uskuteÄnÃ ve Ätvrtek 1. listopadu 2012 od 10 hod. v baroknÃm refektÃ¡Åi klÃ¡Å¡tera sv. JiljÃ, anotaci naleznete zde%endtag Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.
---
deleted: http://www.kea2013.cz Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.

Rathjen: Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Schindler: Seminar im Rahmen der Sommerakademie der
new: Studienstiftung in Neubeuern 2013

Truss: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Wed 9 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: JavÅ¯rkovÃ¡, Veronika;
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kreisinger, Jakub a kol. (2012): The Role of Visual Cues.
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 26. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde
---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 12. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
--- John Paul Gosling Lecturer
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Tue 8 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- 10. 1. 2013: KdyÅ¾ nÃ¡silÃ zÅ¯stÃ¡vÃ¡ prvnÃ a poslednÃ moÅ¾nostÃ: dynamika syrskÃ©ho konfliktu 2011 â 2013 [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
new: Jan ÄuÅÃk
--- 8. 1. 2013: Koncepce zjevovÃ¡nÃ v kontextu filosofie Martina Heideggera [detail ] Program viz pÅÃloha.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: John Paul Gosling Lecturer
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Mon 7 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Truss: Serguei Komissarov
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sun 6 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: Havel, Ivan M. (2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
deleted: PÅirozenÃ© a umÄlÃ© In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Matthew Daws Lecturer
deleted: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Jonathan Partington Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...

Sat 5 Jan, 2013

Jech: 10. 1. 2013: KdyÅ¾ nÃ¡silÃ zÅ¯stÃ¡vÃ¡ prvnÃ a poslednÃ moÅ¾nostÃ: dynamika syrskÃ©ho konfliktu 2011 â 2013 [detail ]
--- 10. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
new: Jan ÄuÅÃk
---
deleted: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: (2012):
deleted: Olfactory perception is positively linked to Anxiety in young adults In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
---

Rathjen: Matthew Daws Lecturer
new: Matthew Daws "I am interested in aspects of abstract algebraic functional analysis, mainly Banach and operator algebras and links to abstract harmonic analysis, with some interest in Banach spaces. Recent work has mostly concentrated upon operator algebraic approaches to quantum groups." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Truss: Jonathan Partington
--- Anand Pillay
new: Jonathan Partington "My work is in the area of complex analysis and operator theory. Sometimes this is pure research in its own right, and sometimes it is applied to concrete problems, mostly in system and control theory and in inverse problems for PDEs." read more...
---
deleted: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...

Fri 4 Jan, 2013

Jech: 10. 1. 2013: Bude upÅesnÄno.
--- 3. 1. 2013: Hluk a ticho: VÅ¡echno a nic v konceptech souÄasnÃ© hudby [detail ]
new: Tereza StÃ¶ckelovÃ¡
---
deleted: Pavel KlusÃ¡k
new: (2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail] 8. 1. 2013: Koncepce zjevovÃ¡nÃ v kontextu filosofie Martina Heideggera [detail ] Program viz pÅÃloha.
--- 3. 1. 2013: Hluk a ticho: VÅ¡echno a nic v konceptech souÄasnÃ© hudby [detail ] PÅednÃ¡Å¡Ã-
deleted: Pavel KlusÃ¡k
new: 3. 1. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky VÃ¡s zve na kolokvium KONCEPCE ZJEVOVÃNÃ V KONTEXTU FILOSOFIE MARTINA HEIDEGGERA, kterÃ© se bude konat v ÃºterÃ½ 8. ledna 2013 v AkademickÃ©m konferenÄnÃm centru, Husova %br% Praha 1. Program naleznete zde%e ndtag%. Â» Novinky
---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 12. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde Â» Novinky
new: 3. 1. 2013 - Archiv Jana PatoÄky VÃ¡s zve na kolokvium KONCEPCE ZJEVOVÃNÃ V KONTEXTU FILOSOFIE MARTINA HEIDEGGERA, kterÃ© se bude konat v ÃºterÃ½ 8. ledna 2013 v AkademickÃ©m konferenÄnÃm centru, Husova %br% Praha 1. Program naleznete zde%e ndtag%.
new: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 12. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde

---
deleted: 7. 12. 2012 - Zveme VÃ¡s na vÃ½stavu Tajga BezdÄzskaÐ¯, kterÃ¡ se konÃ¡ od 14. prosince 2012 do 12. ledna 2013 v palÃ¡ci Divus v HoleÅ¡ovicÃch. VÃce informacÃ- naleznete zde
new: http://www.kea2013.cz Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.
---
deleted: http://www.kea2013.cz
deleted: 16. 10. 2012 - CTS se zÃºÄastnÃ TÃ½dne vÄdy a techniky 2012 pÅednÃ¡Å¡kou Chaos, ÅÃ¡d a energie, kterÃ¡ se uskuteÄnÃ ve Ätvrtek 1. listopadu 2012 od 10 hod. v baroknÃm refektÃ¡Åi klÃ¡Å¡tera sv. JiljÃ, anotaci naleznete zde%endtag Archiv novinek mÅ¯Å¾ete nalÃ©zt zde.

Rathjen: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
deleted: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...

Truss: Anand Pillay Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Anand Pillay "Model theory and applications and connections with algebra, geometry, number theory." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Thu 3 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new: Havel, Ivan M.;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted: Havel, Ivan M. (2013):
deleted: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0

new: Daniel Read "I am interested in the links between molecular structure, molecular dynamics, flow properties, and reaction chemistry of polymer materials. Understanding this often involves large multidisciplinary teams, including mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers." read more...
--- Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Wed 2 Jan, 2013

Rathjen: Serguei Komissarov Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

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Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Rob Sturman Associate Professor
deleted: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...

Tue 1 Jan, 2013

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
(2013):
new: On the Way to Intelligence Singularity
---
deleted:
deleted: KonopÃ¡sek, ZdenÄk
(2011):
deleted: Das Denken mit ATLAS.ti sichtbar machen: ComputergestÃ¼tzte qualitative Analyse als textuelle Praxis In: Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, str. 3 - 26, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0
--- In: G. Mey & K. Mruck, eds.: Grounded theory reader. 2. aktualizovanÃ© vydÃ¡nÃ. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. Str. 381-403 [de tail]

Rathjen: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

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Thomas:
new: submitted, December 2012.
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deleted: preprint, December 2012.

Truss: Rob Sturman Associate Professor
new: Rob Sturman "Exploiting ideas from chaos theory to mix fluids efficiently has a large range of applications throughout engineering. Understanding the mathematical details of this process, for example how fast or how well a device mixes, is a challenge. I use the ergodic theory of dynamical systems to investigate this." read more...
--- John Paul Gosling Lecturer
deleted: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...

Mon 31 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: KonopÃ¡sek, ZdenÄk
(2011):
new: Das Denken mit ATLAS.ti sichtbar machen: ComputergestÃ¼tzte qualitative Analyse als textuelle Praxis
---
deleted: Pautasso M., ;
deleted: BÃ¶hning-Gaese K., ;
deleted: Clergeau P., a kol. (2011):
deleted: Global macroecology of bird assemblages in urbanized and semi-natural ecosystems In: G. Mey & K. Mruck, eds.: Grounded theory reader. 2. aktualizovanÃ© vydÃ¡nÃ. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. Str. 381-403 [de tail]
--- Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 426-436

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: John Paul Gosling Lecturer
new: John Paul Gosling "My research interests are in the quantification of uncertainty. Uncertainty comprises of both natural randomness and lack of knowledge. I have developed techniques to help capture experts' beliefs and to perform uncertainty and sensitivity analyses on computationally-expensive computer models (e.g. oil reservoir simulators and hydrology models)." read more...
--- Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...

Sun 30 Dec, 2012

Jech: 3. 1. 2013: Hluk a ticho: VÅ¡echno a nic v konceptech souÄasnÃ© hudby [detail ]
--- 20. 12. 2012: O HiggsovÄ bosonu [detail ]
new: Pavel KlusÃ¡k
---
deleted: JiÅÃ ChÃ½la
new: Pautasso M., ;
new: BÃ¶hning-Gaese K., ;
new: Clergeau P., a kol. (2011):
new: Global macroecology of bird assemblages in urbanized and semi-natural ecosystems
---
deleted: PaleÄek, Jan
(2011):
deleted: Kde vÅ¡ude bÄhajÃ lvi? Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 426-436
--- Biograf 54 3. 1. 2013: Hluk a ticho: VÅ¡echno a nic v konceptech souÄasnÃ© hudby [detail ]
--- 20. 12. 2012: O HiggsovÄ bosonu [detail ]
new: Pavel KlusÃ¡k
---
deleted: JiÅÃ ChÃ½la

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Steven Tobias Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Steven Tobias "My research covers geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics...from turbulence in the Earth's oceans and atmosphere to the interaction of magnetic fields and plasmas in tokamaks, experiments, planets, stars and accretion disks." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Sat 29 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: PaleÄek, Jan
(2011):
new: Kde vÅ¡ude bÄhajÃ lvi?
---
deleted:
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.
(2011):
deleted: Cestou k inteligenÄnÃ singularitÄ Biograf 54
--- In: Hlavou zeÄ 2011. Ãvahy nad civilizacÃ a jejÃ budoucnostÃ., Praha, dybbuk, str. 183 - 217 [de tail]

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris
--- Serguei Komissarov
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
---
deleted: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...

Truss: William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Fri 28 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new: Havel, Ivan M. (2011):
new: Cestou k inteligenÄnÃ singularitÄ
---
deleted: Havel, Ivan M.;
deleted: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
deleted: PÅirozenÃ© a umÄlÃ© In: Hlavou zeÄ 2011. Ãvahy nad civilizacÃ a jejÃ budoucnostÃ., Praha, dybbuk, str. 183 - 217 [de tail]
--- In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]

Rathjen: Serguei Komissarov
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Serguei Komissarov " I am trying to understand complex astrophysical phenomena involving powerful flows propagating with almost the speed of light. Examples include jets from black holes of Active Galactic Nuclei, winds from Neutron Stars, and Gamma Ray Bursts. Physical theory of these phenomena and their computer simulations are my main research areas. " read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
--- Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
deleted: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. read more...

Thu 27 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: Havel, Ivan M.
;
new:
new: MitÃ¡Å¡ovÃ¡, Monika
(2012):
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
(2011):
deleted: Å½ijeme v dobÄ Å¡estÃ©ho masovÃ©ho vymÃrÃ¡nÃ? Odhady souÄasnÃ½ch zmÄn biodiverzity po deseti letech In: (J. Kelemen, P. Nahodil, eds.) Kognice a umelÃ½ Å¾ivot XII, ÄeskÃ© vysokÃ© uÄenÃ technickÃ© v Praze 2012, s. 73â77 [ISBN 978-80-86742-34-2, poÄ. stran 270] [de tail]
--- VesmÃr 90: 568-572

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Charles Taylor Professor of Statistics
new: Charles Taylor "With rapid advances in technology, and increasing ease of data capture and storage, there will be many challenges and opportunites for Statisticians for many years to come. " read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Wed 26 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
(2011):
---
deleted:
deleted: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
deleted: Kunin, William, E.,;
deleted: Å izlingovÃ¡, Eva a kol. (2011):
deleted: Between geometry and biology: the problem of universality of the species-area relationship. VesmÃr 90: 568-572
--- American Naturalist, 175:602-609.

Tue 25 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: Å izling, ArnoÅ¡t L.
;
new: Kunin, William, E.,;
new: Å izlingovÃ¡, Eva a kol. (2011):
new: Between geometry and biology: the problem of universality of the species-area relationship.
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
a kol. (2011):
deleted: Global species-energy relationship in forest plots: role of abundance, temperature and species' climatic tolerances American Naturalist, 175:602-609.
--- Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 842-856.

Rathjen: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
deleted: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
deleted: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.

Mon 24 Dec, 2012

Farah:
new: Omitting types and AF algebras, joint with Kevin Carlson, Enoch Cheung, Alexander Gerhardt-Bourke, Bradd Hart, Leanne Mezuman, Nigel Sequeira, and Alexander Sherman, December 2012.
new: pdf file
new: Independence of the existence of Pitowsky spin models, joint with
new: Menachem Magidor, December 2012.
new: pdf file

Jech:
new:
new: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
a kol. (2011):
new: Global species-energy relationship in forest plots: role of abundance, temperature and species' climatic tolerances
---
deleted:
deleted: PokornÃ½, Petr
;
deleted: van der Knaap, W.O. (2011):
deleted: Brve (Czech Republic): Vegetation development over the last about 2.5 millennia in the Bohemian Lowland close to Prague. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 842-856.
--- Grana 50:311-313.

Sun 23 Dec, 2012

Rathjen: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- William Crawley-Boevey Professor of Pure Mathematics
deleted: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...

Truss: Mike Wilson Professor of Applied Mathematics
new: Mike Wilson "Computer-aided geometric and Functional Design is concerned with the design by computer of the shape
new: of an object or product in order to meet functional requirements. Nowadays, as much of the design of a product and analysis of its physical properties, is carried out by computer before physical prototyping and testing.
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Sat 22 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: PokornÃ½, Petr
;
new: van der Knaap, W.O. (2011):
new: Brve (Czech Republic): Vegetation development over the last about 2.5 millennia in the Bohemian Lowland close to Prague.
---
deleted: PaleÄek, Jan
(2011):
deleted: Kde vÅ¡ude bÄhajÃ lvi? Grana 50:311-313.
--- Biograf 54

Rathjen: William Crawley-Boevey
--- Robert Marsh
new: William Crawley-Boevey "The representation theory of quivers brings together all sorts of algebra and geometry, and has applications to many areas, including differential equations and physics." read more...
---
deleted: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...

Truss: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- Alison Parker Lecturer
deleted: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...

Fri 21 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: PaleÄek, Jan
(2011):
new: Kde vÅ¡ude bÄhajÃ lvi?
---
deleted:
deleted: Storch, David
;
deleted:
deleted: Keil, Petr
;
deleted: Jetz, Walter (2012):
deleted: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales Biograf 54
--- Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226

Rathjen: Robert Marsh Professor of Pure Mathematics
new: Robert Marsh "My research focuses on new developments in the representation theory of algebras arising from cluster algebras, both from a categorical and a combinatorial perspective. I also have interests in diagram algebras, which arise in statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Daniel Lesnic Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
deleted: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...

Thu 20 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: Storch, David
;
new:
new: Keil, Petr
;
---
deleted: Ajvaz, Michal
;
new: Jetz, Walter (2012):
new: Universal speciesâarea and endemicsâarea relationships at continental scales
---
deleted: BenediktovÃ¡ VÄtrovcovÃ¡, Marie;
deleted: Beran, OndÅej
a kol. (2011):
deleted: Spor o matematizaci svÄta Nature, 488: 78-81. DOI: 10.1038/nature11226
--- ÄervenÃ½ Kostelec, Pavel Mervart 2011. [de tail]

Rathjen: Daniel Lesnic
--- Carmen Molina-Paris
new: Daniel Lesnic "Professor of Applied Mathematics,
new: Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA)" read more...
---
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Truss: Alison Parker Lecturer
new: Alison Parker "The Temperley-Lieb algebra and its many variants form a very interesting area of representation theory partly because of its intuitive diagram representation but also as it has many important links to physics, and in particular to statistical mechanics." read more...
--- Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...

Wed 19 Dec, 2012

Jech:
new:
new: Ajvaz, Michal
;
---
deleted:
deleted: Å ÃmovÃ¡, Irena
;
new: BenediktovÃ¡ VÄtrovcovÃ¡, Marie;
new:
new: Beran, OndÅej
a kol. (2011):
new: Spor o matematizaci svÄta
---
deleted: Herben T., (2012):
deleted: Geometrical constraints in the scaling relationships between genome size, cell size and cell cycle length in herbaceous plants ÄervenÃ½ Kostelec, Pavel Mervart 2011. [de tail]
--- Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279/1730, 867-875.

Rathjen: Carmen Molina-Paris Professor in Applied Mathematics
new: Carmen Molina-Paris "I am interested in developing mathematical models, in close collaboration with immunologists, that help us understand the molecular mechanisms behind immune responses: what determines the size and receptor diversity of T and B cells. Stochastic Markov process are extremely useful to describe the time evolution of different immune cell populations." read more...
--- William Crawley-Boevey Profeshod, Taylor and Runge-Kutta
deleted: methods; convergence, stability, trapezoid method; stiff equations.
deleted: Required Text: Richard L. Burden and J. Douglas Faires,
deleted: Numerical Analysis, 7th ed.
deleted: (30%), two in-class midterm (30%), and the Final Exam (40%).
deleted: Homework: There will be six assignments. These will be based
deleted: on questions from the text, plus occasionally additional questions.
deleted: There may be a small number of minor programing questions.
deleted: Comments: There will be a web-page for the Course maintained
deleted: at ht tp://www.math.berkeley.edu/~kghare/Courses/Math128a.html
deleted:
deleted: Math 128A - Section 3 - Numerical Analysis
deleted: Instructor: John Neu
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 8:00-9:30am, Room 85 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55032
deleted: Office: 1051 Evans, e-mail: neu [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 130 - Classical Geometries
deleted: Instructor: Robin Hartshorne
deleted: Lectures: MWF 10:00-11:00am, Room 9 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55038
deleted: Office: 881 Evans, e-mail: robin [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 135 - Introduction to Theory Sets
deleted: Instructor: Jack Silver
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 2:00-3:30pm, Room 85 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55041
deleted: Office: 753 Evans, e-mail: silver [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 141 - Elementary Differential Topology
deleted: Instructor: Allen Knutson
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 8:00-9:30am, Room 3 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55044
deleted: Office: 1033 Evans, e-mail: allenk [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 160 - History of Mathematics
deleted: Instructor: Hung-Hsi Wu
deleted: Lectures: MWF 1:00-2:00pm, Room 6 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55047
deleted: Office: 733 Evans, e-mail: wu [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 53, 54, and 113
deleted: Syllabus: The first four weeks on the history of mathematics
deleted: from Babylonia (circa 1800 B.C.) to Descartes, the remainder of the
deleted: semester on the period 1600-1900.
deleted: Required Text: John Stillwell, Mathematics and Its
deleted: History
, Second Edition, Springer-Verlag, 2002.
deleted: Recommended Reading: D. J. Struik, A Concise Histroy of
deleted: Mathematics
, Dover, 1987.
deleted: Grading: Homework 20%, Midterm I 15%, Midterm II 25%, Term paper 40%.
deleted: Homework: Weekly, problems will be about mathematics AND
deleted: history. Working in groups will be encouraged.
deleted: Comments: The first thing to make clear is that this is an
deleted: upper division course on mathematics. The official prerequisites of
deleted: second year calculus and introductory algebra (Math 113) will not be
deleted: enough, and new mathematics will have to be introduced. This is
deleted: because the course will try to explore the mathematics of the
deleted: nineteenth century, which would also overtax the capability of the
deleted: instructor. This course is a lot of work, and if past experience is
deleted: any guide, students generally do not consider this to be an
deleted: acceptable way of learning the history of mathematics. But work it
deleted: will be, so please consider carefully before enrolling. For those
deleted: calculus or algebra or geometry or complex functions, this course
deleted: should be rewarding. You will get to learn about the evolution of
deleted: mathematical ideas, for example, the line of thought from Eudoxus to
deleted: Euclid, to Abel and Cauchy, to Dedekind, Cantor and Weierstrass. A
deleted: term paper will replace the final; a suggested list of topics will be
deleted: handed out during the first week. The two midterms will be about both
deleted: mathematics and history.
deleted:
deleted: Math 170 - Mathematical Methods for Optimization
deleted: Instructor: L. Craig Evans
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 3:30-5:00pm, Room 81 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55050
deleted: Office: 907 Evans, e-mail: evans [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 53 and 54
deleted: 1. Linear programming
deleted: 2. Nonlinear programming
deleted: 3. Game theory
deleted: 4. The calculus of variations
deleted: 5. Control theory (if time permits)
deleted: Required Text: Joel Franklin, Methods of Mathematical
deleted: Economics
(SIAM)
deleted: Grading: 25% homework, 25% midterm, 50% final
deleted: Homework: I will assign a homework problem, due in one week,
deleted: at the start of each class.
deleted:
deleted: Math 185 - Section 1 - Introduction to Complex Analysis
deleted: Instructor: Mehmet Erdogan
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 8:00-9:30am, Room 71 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55053
deleted: Office: 805 Evans, e-mail: burak [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 185 - Section 2 - Introduction to Complex Analysis
deleted: Instructor: Dan Geba
deleted: Lectures: MWF 1:00-2:00pm, Room 71 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55056
deleted: Office: 837 Evans, e-mail: dangeba [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: MW 3:00-4:30pm
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 104
deleted: Syllabus: Complex numbers. Analytic functions. Elementary
deleted: functions. Integrals. Series. Residues and poles. Application of
deleted: residues. Mapping by elementary functions. Conformal mapping.
deleted: Required Text: J.W. Brown and R.V. Churchill, Complex
deleted: Variables and Applications

deleted: Recommended Reading: L.V. Ahlfors, Complex Analysis
deleted: Grading: Homework (30%), Midterm (30%), Final (40%)
deleted: Homework: Assigned on Friday, due next Friday. The worst 3
deleted: homeworks will not be included in the final grade. No late homeworks.
deleted: No make-up exams.
deleted:
deleted: Math 185 - Section 3 - Introduction to Complex Analysis
deleted: Instructor: Dan Voiculescu
deleted: Lectures: TuTh 9:30-11:00am, Room 71 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55059
deleted: Office: 783 Evans, e-mail: dvv [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 187 - Fourier Analysis and Applications
deleted: Instructor: Michael Christ
deleted: Lectures: MWF 2:00-3:00pm, Room 71 Evans
deleted: Course Control Number: 55062
deleted: Office: 809 Evans, e-mail: mchrist [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: Tu 1:30-2:30pm, W 1:10-2:00pm
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 104 and 185.
deleted: Syllabus: Most undergraduate courses are introductions to
deleted: particular branches of mathematics, or to particular sub-subjects. In
deleted: this course we seek to link together some of these diverse
deleted: sub-subjects. We will begin with a solid introduction to Fourier
deleted: analysis, but will thereafter focus on its interconnections with
deleted: topics throughout mathematics and science. In the title,
deleted: Applications'' refers especially to applications within
deleted: mathematics; this will not be a course in applied mathematics'' per
deleted: se. * Basics of Fourier analysis. Convergence issues. * Real analysis: Monsters, including nowhere differentiable functions. * Geometry: The isoperimetric problem (how to enclose the maximal deleted: possible area with a curve of given length). * Approximation theory: Approximation by simple functions (e.g. polynomials). * Nature: Tides, wine cellars, crystallography. * Differential equations: The heat and wave equations. The deleted: Dirichlet problem for Laplace's equation. * Probability: Random walk and Brownian motion. Sums of random deleted: variables -- the central limit theorem. * Using Fourier series to do numerical calculations -- the Fast deleted: Fourier Transform. * Number theory: Prime numbers in arithmetic progressions.
deleted: The text is unusual in structure and emphasis. It consists
deleted: largely of a series of short mathematical vignettes, interlaced with
deleted: commentary, history, biography, and wry humor. Students must be
deleted: Required Text: T. W. Korner, Fourier Analysis
deleted: Recommended Reading: E. M. Sein and R. Shakarchi, Fourier
deleted: Analysis: An Introduction

deleted: H. Dym and H. P. McKean, Fourier Series and Integrals
deleted: Y. Katznelson, An Introduction to Harmonic Analysis
deleted: Homework: Problem sets will be assigned weekly.
deleted: Comments: There will be two in-class midterm exams (dates
deleted: TBA) and a written final exam.
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deleted: Math 191 - Section 1 - Experimental Courses in Mathematics
deleted: Instructor: Emiliano Gomez
deleted: Lectures: MW 4:30-6:00pm, Room 35 Evans Hall
deleted: Course Control Number: 55065
deleted: Office: 985 Evans, e-mail: emgomez [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted:
deleted: Math 191 - Section 2 - Undergraduate Seminar in Applied Mathematics
deleted: Instructor: L. C. Evans/Frances Hammock (For questions,
deleted: contact Frances at hammockf [at] hotmail [dot] com.)
deleted: Lectures: M 4:00-5:00pm, Room 9 Evans Hall
deleted: Course Control Number: 55068
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 1A, 1B, 53, 54
deleted: Syllabus: Seminar in applied math. There will be an hour of
deleted: lecture by a
deleted: speaker once a week on some topic in applied math.
deleted: Homework: One two-page paper due at the end of the semester.
deleted: Comments: Ever wondered what you can do with a background in
deleted: applied mathematics? Come find out from some of the leading minds in
deleted: biotechnology, computer science, economics, astrophysics....the list
deleted: out this seminar.
deleted: Speakers from around campus and from LBL will be giving undergraduate
deleted: level talks about their work. Some speakers include: List some names
deleted: James Demmel, Computer Science
deleted: Stefano Dellavi, Economics
deleted: Richard Plant, Agriculture
deleted: Richard Muller, Physics
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deleted: Math 191 - Section 3 - Experimental Mathematical Modeling
deleted: Instructor: Nathaniel Singer
deleted: Lectures: MW 8:30am-10:00am, Room 262 Dwinelle
deleted: Course Control Number: 55070
deleted: Office: e-mail: nathanielsinger [at] yahoo [dot] com
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted: Prerequisites: Math 53 and 54
deleted: Syllabus: This course will operate with one clearly defined
deleted: goal: To have students understand how to build mathematical models. A
deleted: very relevant question is how would one most effectively learn to do
deleted: this? First you might want to start out by asking why you want to
deleted: learn about mathematical models in the first place. Before
deleted: approaching that you might want to know what a mathematical model is
deleted: and how it fits in to your understanding of the world. You will have
deleted: to do that initial inquiry on your own, but to get you started you http://www.m athmodeling.com/UMAPissues/2002MCM.pdf.
deleted: This class will be taught in a manner that differs from conventional * Team-based, in depth projects rather than homework sets * Making the course fun, interesting, and relevant to your life * Freedom to become more fully engaged and responsible * A challenging yet supportive environment.
deleted: Beyond expanding their intuitive understanding of how to build
deleted: models, it is likely that students will emerge from this class with
deleted: (to mention just a few things) a better understanding of why we study
deleted: the mathematical subjects that we study, a clearer understanding of
deleted: how to tackle problems without a definite solution, and an clearer
deleted: idea about how to learn mathematics as well as other subjects on
deleted: their own.
deleted: Required Text: Ned's will stock the following books: John
deleted: Holland, Hidden Order: How Adaptation Builds Complexity;
deleted: Edward Bender, An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling.
deleted: Grading: Class participation and presentations (30%), Homework
deleted: (40%), Final Project (30%).
deleted: course website, www.mathmodeling.com.
deleted:
deleted: Math 191 - Section 4 - Topics in Discrete and Computational Geometry
deleted: Instructor: Jesus De Loera and Francis Su
deleted: Lectures: Th 3:30-5:00pm, Room 72 Evans Hall
deleted: Course Control Number: 55917
deleted: Office: MSRI, e-mail: fsu [at] msri [dot] org
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted: Prerequisites: A first course in linear algebra, and an
deleted: excitement for discrete mathematics as well as geometry.
deleted: Grading: Attendance and participation will be crucial. Each
deleted: student will be expected to produce a nice detailed set of notes for
deleted: a topic of his/her choice at least once in the semester.
deleted: Credit: 2 units of pass-fail credit.
deleted: Comments: This course will cover a selection of topics in
deleted: discrete and computational geometry with the aim to introduce
deleted: undergraduates to some of the exciting ideas at the heart of the
deleted: "Discrete and Computational Geometry" Fall program at the
deleted: Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) at UC-Berkeley. The
deleted: general format of the seminar each week will be to explore an
deleted: attractive problem in the areas of discrete geometry and
deleted: computational geometry. We will facilitate a fun environment in which
deleted: active participation will be valued and encouraged.
deleted: 1) Guarding art galleries and polygons.
deleted: 2) Who are the Platonic and Archimedean solids?
deleted: 3) Combinatorial fixed points and splitting the rent with roommates.
deleted: 4) Computing volumes and areas.
deleted: 5) Zonotopes and hyperplane arrangements.
deleted: 6) Computational origami.
deleted: 7) Cash registers, coin exchanges, and geometry.
deleted: 8) Pick's theorem, areas, and polygons.
deleted: 9) A taste of the Geometry of Numbers.
deleted: 10) Euler's formula and its generalizations.
deleted:
deleted: Math 191 - Section 5 - Undergraduate Research Seminar
deleted: Instructor: Kenneth A. Ribet
deleted: Lectures: Th 11:10am-12:30pm, Room 939 Evans Hall
deleted: Course Control Number: 55920
deleted: Office: 885 Evans, e-mail: ribet [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
deleted: Office Hours: TBA
deleted: Syllabus: The goal of the seminar will be to study rational
deleted: points on elliptic curves.
deleted: Required Text: Joseph H. Silverman and John Tate, Rational
deleted: Points on Elliptic Curves
, Springer-Verlag
deleted: Credit: 2 units; Letter grade or P

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