Department of Applied Mathematics (KAM)
Welcome to the home page of the Department of Applied Mathematics of the
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
at the
Charles University
in Prague. 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 Fri Oct 21 - There is a noon lecture by Pavel Hubáček: Barriers in Algorithmic Game Theory Through the Cryptographic Lens (CSI candidate talk) at 14:00 in S5. | |
Noon lecture on Mon Oct 24 - There is a noon lecture by Alexandr Kazda: Constraint Satisfaction Problems and the Datalog language (CSI candidate talk) at 14:00 in S4. | |
Noon lecture on Thu Nov 3 - There is a noon lecture by Alexandr Kazda: Beyond perfect matchings: Solving edge-CSP for even delta-matroids at 12:20 in S6. | |
Noon lecture on Thu Dec 1 - There is a noon lecture by Torsten Mütze: Trimming and gluing Gray codes at 12:20 in S6. | |
Noon lecture on Tue Dec 6 - There is a noon lecture by Lutz Warnke: The phase transition in the random d-process at 14:00 in S1. | |
Noon lecture on Thu Jan 12 - There is a noon lecture by Stephan Wagner: TBA at 12:20 in S6. | |
Prize of Jirka Matoušek - Prize for doctoral students of KAM. |
Links: Mathematical Colloquia, Midsummer Combinatorial Workshop, Spring school, Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Webmaster: kamweb@kam.mff.cuni.cz Modified: 23. 06. 2016