Department of Applied Mathematics (KAM)

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Welcome to the home page of the Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Charles University. The department is located in a historical building on Malá Strana in the heart of Prague. Our teaching and research activities are concentrated in discrete mathematics, geometry, theoretical computer science, operations research, optimization, and related areas.


- Noon lecture on Thu May 4 - There is a noon lecture by Martin Balko: Covering lattice points by subspaces and counting point-hyperplane incidences at 12:20 in S6.
- Noon lecture on Fri May 5 - There is a noon lecture by Martin Balko: A superlinear lower bound on the number of 5-holes at 12:20 in S6.
- KAM: Beyond Horizon - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GOES ALL-IN: COMPUTERS PLAYING POKER - Matej Moravčík and Martin Schmid (KAM, MFF UK) - Tuesday April 4 2017, 14:00, lecture hall S5, second floor. For more information see a poster.
- The 52nd Czech-Slovak Conference on Combinatorics and Graph Theory - The 52nd Czech-Slovak Conference on Combinatorics and Graph Theory will be held from May 29 to June 2 2017 in Hejnice, near Czech-German-Polish border.
- PhD students from our department are the first authors of a Science paper - Martin Schmid and Matej Moravčík from the Department of Applied Mathematics, in collaboration with international team created DeepStack - the first program to beat professional players in no-limit poker. The study has been recently published in Science. See Czech press release or English press release or the Science reference.
- Prize of Jirka Matoušek - Prize for doctoral students of KAM.


Links: Mathematical Colloquia, Midsummer Combinatorial Workshop, Spring school, Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Partners: DIMATIA, CE-ITI, LEA-STRUCO



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