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REU 2020 final presentations

REU 2020 (Research Experience for Undergraduates at Rutgers University) came into its final phase. Students held their final presentations on 22/07/2020 and 23/07/2020. More information about REU 2020 is available here. The whole event was supported by CoSP project.

We are publishing Charles University's student presentations.

Optimal starting state for a deterministic scan.pdf


Antipodal Monochromatic Paths in Hypercubes.pdf

Delta coloring in the graph streaming model.pdf

Online REU 2020 starts

REU 2020 (Research Experience for Undergraduates) is due to the corona virus pandemy taking place online. 12 students from Charles University Prague established collaboration with their mentors at Rutgers University (USA). Students presented their projects on 2nd June 2020.





CoSP ZOOM Seminar on topological combinatorics

Starting summer 2020 Shira Zerbib is coordinating a CoSP Zoom seminar on topological combinatorics, replacing a conference on the same topic that was supposed to take place in Prague this summer and was cancelled due to COVID-19. 

The talks will be given on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00am (CDT), as of June 30, 2020. 

CoSP student workshop 2020

CoSP student workshop 2020 organised by Michael Skotnica will be held remotely on July 29, 2020.

Lenka Zdeborova presents at REU 2020

 Prof. Lenka Zdeborova held an online presentation at REU 2020 on 23rd June 2020.


Mykhaylo Tyomkyn presents at REU 2020

 Dr. Mykhaylo Tyomkyn held an online presentation at REU 2020 on 16th June 2020.


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REU 2020 begins - coronavirus effects

This year a group of 12 Czech students attend to the Research Experience for Undergraduates programe at DIMACS, Rutgers University. This activity is supported by CoSP.

Given the corona virus crisis, the REU programme is conducted remotely. The Czech students form four groups mentored by researchers from Rutgers University and Princeton University

CoSP School and Workshop on Deep Learning and Applications CANCELLED

April 14--April 17 in Prague organised by Martin Loebl

in the School of Informatics, Malostranske nam 25, Prague 1, Czech Republic

1. The School is held Tue April 14 (9.00-- 12.20, lecture rooms S8, S9) and Wed April 15 (9.00-- 12.20, lecture room S8) and features 

Roman Neruda, Martin Pilat: Deep Learning Tutorial

In a series of four talks we present a gentle introduction to deep learning principles and applications. Several important deep neural architectures will be described, including multilayer perceptrons, convolutional networks, and recurrent networks. We will show practical examples of typical deep learning applications for image classification, natural language processing, and reinforcement learning as well as more exotic models like graph neural networks and neural Turing machines.

2. The Workshop is held Thu April 16 (9.00-- 13.00) and Fri April 17 and features several contributed talks.

Prof. Loebl invited to talk at "Three Decades of DIMACS" conference

Professor Martin Loebl was invited to take part in the panel on education in the conference Three Decades of DIMACS. Prof. Loebl spoke about the education of young reasearchers within the CoSP project. The discussion took place on 22nd November 2019.

More information is here: