International Conference
in honor of the 70th birthday of Karel Segeth

Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences,
Žitná 25, Prague, Czech Republic
May 15–17, 2013

Karel Segeth Professor Karel Segeth is a renowned expert in numerical analysis and computational methods. His research interests include adaptive finite element methods, a posteriori error estimates, image processing, mathematical models of semiconductors, quadrature formulae, and methods of numerical linear algebra. Karel Segeth has been working in the Institute of Mathematics since 1964. He was director from 1996 to 2004 and we are happy to host a conference on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

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Individual contributions
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Seven Decades of Professor Karel Segeth
Conference program:
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Conference venue:
Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences, Žitná 25, Prague 1
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Conference topics:
A wide variety of applications of mathematics, including numerical analysis, computational mathematics, number theory, and mathematical physics.
Peer reviewed proceedings will be published by the Institute of Mathematics before the conference, both in printed and electronic form. Besides scientific papers, the proceedings may contain personal contributions about Karel Segeth.
Use the following files to prepare your contribution in LaTeX2e:
  • am2013.cls - the style
  • sample.tex - sample contribution (edit this file to create your manuscript)
  • figure.eps - figure for the sample contribution
  • sample.pdf - the final output of the sample contribution
The following files are for BibTeX users: We recommend contributions as short as possible with maximum length about 10 pages. Deadline for submissions is December 31, 2012.
No conference fee is required. If you plan to participate in the conference, please let us know by sending an e-mail message containing your name, titles, and affiliation. Since the number of participants is limited to approximately 60, early registration is strongly recommended. Deadline is October 31, 2012.
List of participants:
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There is a variety of possibilities in the vicinity of the Institute. We have positive experience with Residence v Tunich and Pension Alabastr. However, there are many other options within a 5 minutes' walk from the Institute: Hotel Andante, Archibald City Hotel, Hotel Amarilis, Hotel First Republic Prague, Hostel Praguecenter, etc.
  • 31. 10. 2012 - registration
  • 31. 12. 2012 - submissions for proceedings
  • 31.   3. 2013 - acceptance of contributions to proceedings
Scientific Committee:
Ivo Babuška (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
Jan Brandts (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Antti Hannukainen (Aalto University, Finland)
Sergey Korotov (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain)
Qun Lin (Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, China)
Liping Liu (Lakehead University, Canada)
Milan Práger (Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Lawrence Somer (Catholic University of America, USA)
Emil Vitásek (Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Shuhua Zhang (Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China)
Zhimin Zhang (Wayne State University, USA)
Local organizing committee:
Hana Bílková
Michal Křížek (Chair)
Jakub Šístek
Tomáš Vejchodský
Contact address:
Michal Křížek
Matematický ústav AV ČR
Žitná 25
115 67 Praha 1
Czech Republic
Previous conference:
AM2012 in honor of the 60th birthday of Michal Křížek

Last update: 22.4.2013