Department of Applied Mathematics (KAM)
Research Teaching and seminars Noon lectures Thesis proposals
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 Tue Apr 24 - There is a noon lecture by Eric Allender: New Chapters in an Old Story: Circuit Size Minimization and Kolmogorov Complexity at 12:20 in S8. | |
Noon lecture on Thu Apr 26 - There is a noon lecture by Daniël Paulusma: Colouring Square-Free Graphs without Long Induced Paths at 12:20 in S6. | |
Noon lecture on Wed May 2 - There is a noon lecture by Pavol Hell: Interval-like Graphs and Digraphs at 12:20 in S1. | |
Noon lecture on Thu May 3 - There is a noon lecture by Tomáš Masařík: TBA at 12:20 in S6. | |
Noon lecture on Thu May 10 - There is a noon lecture by Andreas Feldmann: Recent Advancements at the Intersection of Parameterized and Approximation Algorithms at 12:20 in S6. | |
Noon lecture on Thu Jun 14 - There is a noon lecture by Stephen Kobourov: TBA at 12:20 in S6. | |
Prize of Jirka Matoušek - Prize for doctoral students of KAM. |
Links: Mathematical Colloquia, Midsummer Combinatorial Workshop, Spring school, Kamak,
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Webmaster: kamweb@kam.mff.cuni.cz Modified: 25. 04. 2017