Workshop Mathematics in Industry
December 6, 2021
Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Žitná 25, Prague
The aim of the workshop
The aim of the workshop is to foster cooperation between industry and mathematicians working in academia. There will be presentations of successful collaborative projects. Presentations will consist of a pair of talks given by a mathematician and a representative of industry. Besides mathematical and industrial perspective, the speakers are encouraged to describe the genesis and evolution of their project as well as gained experiences and benefits of mutual collaboration.
The workshop is organized by the Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences
The seminar will be held in a hybrid mode with both onsite and online presence.
Online participation will be possible via Zoom, and the details for connection will be sent to the registered participants prior the event.
Onsite participation includes lunch, coffee, and refreshments.
Should the pandemic situation due to COVID-19 require it, the workshop will be held only in the online form.
|| registration, coffee & refreshments
|| I. Mikulčík (Röchling Engineering Plastics, s.r.o.), J. Kruis (CTU Prague) - Mechanical analysis of thermoplastic tanks
|| O. Zobal (Knauf Praha s.r.o.), T. Koudelka (CTU Prague) - Coupled heat and moisture transfer in building envelopes
|| coffee & refreshments
|| P. Beremlijski (VŠB-TU Ostrava), J. Konečný (VŠB-TU Ostrava) - Using smooth unconstrained optimization methods to adjust the product
|| lunch at the Institute of Mathematics
|| R. Poul (Compo Tech PLUS s.r.o.), M. Tyburec (CTU Prague) - Optimized 3D-printed internal structure of CFRP beams
|| D. Lukáš (VŠB-TU Ostrava) - Optimal real-time trajectory planning of collaborative robots
|| M. Bizzarri (UWB Pilsen) - Geometry and tool motion planning for curvature adapted CNC machining
|| coffee & discussion
List of participants
- Bohumír Bastl, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
- Petr Beremlijski, VŠB-TU Ostrava
- Michal Bizzarri, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
- Marek Brandner, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
- Radek Brožovský, Czech Mathematical Society, The Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists
- Marta Čertíková, CTU in Prague
- Jan Chleboun, CTU in Prague
- Cyril Fischer, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, CAS
- Martin Horák, CTU in Prague
- Jaromír Konečný, VŠB-TU Ostrava
- Tomáš Koudelka, CTU in Prague
- Michal Křížek, Institute of Mathematics, CAS
- Jaroslav Kruis, CTU in Prague
- Jiří Kupka, University of Ostrava
- Martin Ladecký, CTU in Prague
- Ivana Linkeová, CTU in Prague
- Dalibor Lukáš, VŠB-TU Ostrava
- Josef Málek, Charles University in Prague
- Igor Mikulčík, Röchling Engineering Plastics, s.r.o.
- Petr Pelech, WIAS Berlin
- Štěpán Papáček, Institute of Information Theory and Automation, CAS
- Robin Poul, Compo Tech PLUS, s.r.o.
- Ivana Pultarová, CTU in Prague
- Stefan Ratschan, Institute of Computer Sciencem, CAS
- Miroslav Rozložník, Institute of Mathematics, CAS
- Marie Sadowská, VŠB-TU Ostrava
- Karel Segeth, Institute of Mathematics, CAS
- Jakub Šístek, Institute of Mathematics, CAS
- Stanislav Sysala, Institute of Geonics, CAS
- Miroslav Tůma, Charles University in Prague
- Marek Tyburec, CTU in Prague
- Tomáš Vejchodský, Institute of Mathematics, CAS
- Jan Zeman, CTU in Prague
- Ondřej Zobal, Knauf Praha s.r.o.
Registration is free of charge. It includes lunch and refreshments.
- Bohumír Bastl, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
- Dalibor Lukáš, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
- Jaroslav Kruis (chair), Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
- Jakub Šístek, Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague
- Miroslav Tůma, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
Jakub Šístek, email: email@example.com
This workshop is financially supported by the program
Hope and risks of digital age
Czech Academy of Sciences
Czech Network for Mathematics in Industry
helps to promote this workshop both in the mathematical and industrial communities.