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Research

The department consists of a group working in Numerical linear algebra and theory of matrices. The research effort has been recently focused on development, analysis, implementation and application of scalable algorithms for solving extremely large generally sparse linear algebraic systems including preconditioning and implementation on parallel computer systems (Tuma, Rozloznik); theory of convergence and numerical behaviour of Krylov subspace methods (Strakos, Rozloznik, Tichy); mathematical foundations and numerical methods in error-in- variables modeling (Strakos). In addition to theoretical research our department is involved in important applications. The project on remediation of environmental problems due to the chemical mining of uranium in Straz pod Ralskem represents the typical example.

Our department runs a regular Computational Mathematics Seminar  (founded in 1992), organizes international conferences, e.g.  Computational Linear Algebra with Applications (MILOVY 2002)  and Modeling: a series of IMACS conferences on Mathematical Modeling and Computational Methods in Mechanics, Physics and Geodynamics. Its members cooperate with several universities and research institutions in the CR, MFF Charles University Prague (Strakos), ZCU Pilsen (Tichy) and abroad (Emory University, Atlanta (Strakos), Los Alamos National Laboratory (Tuma)).

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