... to the webpage devoted to the activities of our working group at the Department of Mathematics
of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering. We have been conducting research in the fields of mathematical physics, mathematical biology, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, and also others where a rigorous mathematical approach is desirable in order to analyze up-to-date problems in physical and technical sciences. We prefer analytic and algebraic methods to numerical analysis since the former provide much deeper insight and understanding to a problem, although very often they lead „only“ to qualitative or asymptotic results. Our another motivation is the need for mathematical models
derived from first principles of physical theories. From the current research interests, let us mention toy models of relativistic and non-relativistic quantum systems, chemical kinetics, pattern formation in biology, spectral geometry, spectral theory of linear operators, or representation theory of groups and algebras.

We invite applications for a research postdoctoral position in Mathematics within the scope of the project New challenges for spectral theory: geometry, artificial materials and complex fields, with a special emphasis put on phenomena encountered in the newly developing field of relativistic quantum mechanics with non-Hermitian operators. The position is for six months, starting ideally before the end of 2021.

We coorganize a confrence that aims to bring together scientists working in various areas of applied mathematics, theoretical and mathematical physics, with an emphasis on but not limited to modern developments in quantum physics.

The meeting initially planned for March has been canceled, rescheduled, and canceled again-all due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Finally, it will be held in a hybrid mode in February 2021!

whose EXPRO project New challenges for spectral theory: geometry, artificial materials and complex fields has been approved by the Czech Science Foundation.

Dne 10.11. 2016 od 13:00 přednese David Krejčiřík v rámci Týdne vědy a techniky příspěvek s názvem Stabilita hmoty aneb Jak klasická fyzika selhala ve vysvětlení existence našeho světa a jak to kvantová mechanika napravila. Nezapomeňte si rezervovat místo!

Dr. David Krejčiřík on board

We proudly announce that Dr. David Krejčiřík joined our ranks on September 1, 2016.

Combinatorics on Words and Mathematical Physics 2012

Our group is preparing its own section at the conference Combinatorics on Words and Mathematical Physics that takes place at Svatý Jan pod Skalou, Czech Republic, during May 12–19, 2012. The list of participants and abstracts may be downloaded here.

XXth International Conference on Integrable Systems and Quantum symmetries

Nový předmět na KM-Diferenciální počet na varietách

Do letního semestru akademického roku 2010/11 bude prvně zařazen zbrusu nový předmět Diferenciální počet na varietách. Anotaci si můžete prohlédnout zde a svou účastí se můžete spolupodílet na dalším směrování předmětu.

XIXth International Colloquium on Integrable Systems and Quantum symmetries

The second edition of this excellent monograph by J. Blank, P. Exner, and M. Havlíček was recently published (2010).

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
Czech Technical University in Prague
Trojanova 13, 120 00 Prague 2, Czech Republic
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