List of the general lectures presented in previous years

2018:
  • Peter Matvija, Molecular Dynamics on Metal-passivated Si Surfaces: Visualization and Control by Means of the STM.
  • Ondrej Pejcha, Astronomical Implications of the Detection of Gravitational Waves from Merging Neutron Stars.
2017:
  • Bretislav Smid, High Surface Area Graphenic Foam and Its Application in Electrochemistry.
  • Gilbert Pi, The Radial IMF Structure and Its Influence on the Magnetosphere.
2016:
  • Andreas Eckart, New insights into the nature of the center of the Milky Way.
  • Petr Cagaš, Continuum kinetic plasma simulations and their usage for sheath problems.
2015:
  • Štěpán Roučka, Interaction of Anions with Atomic and Molecular Hydrogen.
  • Filip Dvořák, Atomically Dispersed Pt2+ Ions on Thin Cerium Oxide Films.
2014:
  • Petr Dohnal, H3+ recombination with electrons in space and in laboratory.
  • František Němec, Spacecraft observations of quasi-periodic emissions.
2013:
  • Ladislav Benda, Nucleic acid interactions with mercury: A computational spectroscopist view. (Annual Award of the B. Bolzano Foundation in Physics, 2012)
  • Karel Kudela, Low energy cosmic ray variability: A couple of remarks.
2012:
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2003:
  • Netuka I., Pointwise and Uniform Harmonic Approximation.
  • Pražák D., Large Time Behavior of Dissipative Equations and the Method of Trajectories.
2002:
  • Ošťádal I., Nano-world of Atoms and Processes on Surfaces.
  • Feistauer M., Numerical Solution of Conservation Laws and Compressible Flow.
  • Zimmermann K., On Some Operations Research Problems with Extremal Operation.
2001:
  • Karas V., Nuclei of Galaxies: A Deep Look Inside.
  • Drápal A., On Hamming Distances of Non-isomorphic 2-groups.
  • Hájek P., Fuzzy Logic.
2000:
  • Leitner R., Discovery and Measurement of Properties of the Top Quark.
  • Málek J., Equations of Fluid Mechanics and Their Analysis.
  • Tůma P., Pitfalls of Current Distributed Computing Technologies.
1999:
  • Zahradník J., Earthquakes: How Physics and Society Respond.
  • Barták R., Constraint Programming: In Pursuit of the Holy Grail.
  • Cipra T., Insurance Mathematics.
1998:
  • Plášek J., Optical Microscopy from Ernst Abbe to 1990s.
  • Zizler V., Smooth Variational Principle.
  • Král J., Revolution in Information Technologies and Software Architectures. Techniques, Promises, and Threats.
1997:
  • Hajič J., Computational Linguistics and Text Corpora.
  • Malý J., Generalized Convexity in the Calculus of Variations.
  • Matolín V., Investigation of Size Effect in Heterogeneous Catalysis.

, LP