EQUADIFF 15

11–15 July 2022, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Welcome to Brno

About The Conference

It started 60 years ago

The tradition of the Czechoslovak Equadiff dates back to 1962 when Equadiff 1 took place in Prague. Subsequent Czechoslovak Equadiff conferences were held in Prague (1977, 1989, 2001, 2013), Bratislava (1966, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017), and Brno (1972, 1985, 1997, 2009). All proceedings from these conferences are available via Czech Digital Mathematics Library. The Western Equadiff conferences were held in Marseille (1970), Brussels/Louvain-la-Neuve (1973), Firenze (1978), Wurzburg (1982), Xanthi (1987), Barcelona (1991), Lisboa (1995), Berlin (1999), Hasselt (2003), Vienna (2007), Loughborough (2011), Lyon (2015), and Leiden (2019). Equadiff is therefore one of the oldest active series of mathematical conferences in the world. The coming Equadiff in Brno in summer 2022 will be the 15th conference within the Czechoslovak Equadiff series. The conference was rescheduled to the year 2022 from the original date in July 2021 due to an unstable pandemic situation in the world.

The conference Equadiff 15 is organized by joint efforts of the following institutions:
  • Masaryk University (Faculty of Science),
  • Brno University of Technology (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering),
  • Czech Academy of Sciences (Institute of Mathematics),
  • The Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists (Brno branch).
The conference is held under the auspices of the dean of the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University, prof. Tomáš Kašparovský.

Masaryk University
Brno University of Technology
Institute of Mathematics
              of the Czech Academy of Sciences
The Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists


We support participants from Ukraine. We encourage researchers and PhD students to contact the organizers regarding the details.

Scientific program

The scientific program of the conference will consist of plenary lectures, invited lectures, minisymposia (including keynote lectures), contributed talks, and posters (the size of the boards for posters is here). Except of the plenary lectures, the program will be divided into three parallel sessions:
  • ordinary differential equations (ODE),
  • partial differential equations (PDE),
  • numerical analysis and applications (NAA).
The plenary speakers, invited speakers, and keynote speakers, who will organize invited minisymposia, have been selected by the Scientific Committee of the conference.

In addition to standard scientific program we plan to include a presentation and discussion about the ERC grants in mathematics. The presentation will be delivered on Thursday (14 July 2022) afternoon by an expert from the ERC administration. More details will be provided during the conference in the scientific program.
6

Plenary speakers

18

Invited speakers

33

Minisymposia

274

Pre-registered participants

Plenary Speakers

Speaker Douglas Arnold

Douglas Arnold

University of Minnesota

Speaker Alessandro Fonda

Alessandro Fonda

Università di Trieste

Speaker Barbara Kaltenbacher

Barbara Kaltenbacher

Universität Klagenfurt

Speaker Maria Lukacova Medvidova

Mária Lukácová–Medvidová

University of Mainz

Speaker Stefan Siegmund

Stefan Siegmund

Technische Universität Dresden

Speaker Juncheng Wei

Juncheng Wei

University of British Columbia

SESSION: ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

  • Speaker 
Elena Braverman

    Elena Braverman

    University of Calgary
    Speaker Jan Cermak

    Jan Čermák

    Brno University of Technology
    Speaker Jean-Philippe Lessard

    Jean–Philippe Lessard

    McGill University
    Speaker Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita

    Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita

    University of Brasília
    Speaker Masakazu Onitsuka

    Masakazu Onitsuka

    Okayama University of Science
    Speaker Pedro J. Torres

    Pedro J. Torres

    Universidad de Granada
    • ODE-01 Qualitative theory of delay differential and difference equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Hideaki Matsunaga, Osaka Metropolitan University
    • ODE-02 Stability of functional differential equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Alexander Domoshnitsky, Ariel University
    • ODE-03 Qualitative properties of ordinary and delay differential equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Mihály Pituk, University of Pannonia
    • ODE-04 On consensus in multi-agent Systems

      keynote speaker:

    • ODE-05 Qualitative theory for linear Hamiltonian systems and nonautonomous dynamical systems

      keynote speaker:

      • Roberta Fabbri, University of Florence
    • ODE-06 Advances for problems with nonlinear differential operators

      keynote speakers:

    • ODE-07 Asymptotic theory of differential and integral equations

      keynote speakers:

      • Serena Matucci, University of Florence
      • Pavel Řehák, Brno University of Technology
    • ODE-08 Karamata theory of regular variation and its application to asymptotic theory of differential, difference and q-difference equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Jelena Manojlović, University of Niš
    • ODE-09 Topological and iterative methods on boundary value problems

      keynote speaker:

    • ODE-10 Advanced, delayed and mixed equations. Representation of solutions, boundedness, stability

      keynote speaker:

    • ODE-11 Recent progress in boundary value problems for differential equations

      keynote speaker:

  • Contributed talks and posters

SESSION: PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

  • Speaker Vincenzo Ambrosio

    Vincenzo Ambrosio

    Università Politecnica delle Marche
    Speaker Dorin Bucur

    Dorin Bucur

    Université de Savoie
    Speaker Gianluca Crippa

    Gianluca Crippa

    University of Basel
    Speaker Philippe Laurencot

    Philippe Laurençot

    Université de Toulouse
    Ulisse Stefanelli

    Ulisse Stefanelli

    University of Vienna
    Speaker Agnieszka 
Swierczewska-Gwiazda

    Agnieszka Świerczewska–Gwiazda

    Uniwersytet Warszawski
    • PDE-01 Spatially discrete evolution equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Antonín Slavík, Charles University
      • Petr Stehlík, University of West Bohemia
    • PDE-02 Analysis for fluid-structure interactions

      keynote speaker:

    • PDE-03 Mathematical analysis: the interaction of fluids and solids

      keynote speaker:

    • PDE-04 Open systems in PDE describing flows of fluids

      keynote speaker:

      • Miroslav Bulíček, Charles University
    • PDE-05 Analysis of multiscale problems in PDEs

      keynote speaker:

      • Aneta Wróblewska–Kamińska, Polish Academy of Sciences
    • PDE-06 Analysis of compressible multiphase systems

      keynote speaker:

    • PDE-07 Hydrodynamics of collective behavior

      keynote speaker:

      • Roman Shvydkoy, University of Illinois Chicago
    • PDE-08 Qualitative behavior in nonlinear parabolic problems

      keynote speaker:

      • Philippe Souplet, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord
    • PDE-09 Complex dynamical systems in continuum mechanics

      keynote speaker:

      • Vít Průša, Charles University
    • PDE-10 Differential equations with random features and applications

      keynote speaker:

      • Dan Goreac, University of Shandong Weihai and Université Gustave Eiffel
    • PDE-11 Qualitative behavior of nonlinear Laplace and p-Laplace equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Matteo Franca, University of Bologna
    • PDE-12 Nonlinear elliptic PDEs

      keynote speaker:

  • Contributed talks and posters

SESSION: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS

  • Speaker Patrick Farrell

    Patrick Farrell

    University of Oxford
    Speaker Ulrik Skre Fjordholm

    Ulrik Skre Fjordholm

    Universitetet i Oslo
    Speaker Daniel Peterseim

    Daniel Peterseim

    Universität Augsburg
    Speaker Dirk Praetorius

    Dirk Praetorius

    TU Wien
    Speaker Carola Bibiane Schönlieb

    Carola Bibiane Schönlieb

    University of Cambridge
    Speaker Barbara Wohlmuth

    Barbara Wohlmuth

    Technische Universität München
    • NAA-01 Error control and adaptivity in numerical simulations

      keynote speaker:

    • NAA-02 Evolution differential equations with application to physics and biology I

      keynote speaker:

      • Victor Kovtunenko, Universität Graz
    • NAA-03 Evolution differential equations with application to physics and biology II

      keynote speaker:

      • Klemens Fellner, Universität Graz
    • NAA-04 Numerical homogenisation and multiscale methods

      keynote speaker:

      • Robert Scheichl, Heidelberg University
    • NAA-05 Informing physics-based models through data

      keynote speaker:

      • Karen Veroy-Grepl, Eindhoven University of Technology
    • NAA-06 Cancelled (May 2022)

    • NAA-07 Computational methods for fully nonlinear equations and applications

      keynote speaker:

      • Max Jensen, University of Sussex
    • NAA-08 Structure preserving methods for evolution equations

      keynote speaker:

      • Marie-Therese Wolfram, University of Warwick
    • NAA-09 Finite element methods for geometric PDEs

      keynote speaker:

    • NAA-10 Hybrid pde simulations using deep neural networks

      keynote speaker:

    • NAA-11 Mathematical models and numerical methods in solid mechanics

      keynote speaker:

  • Contributed talks and posters

Program of the conference

The detailed program is available here (as of June 21, 2022). More details will be available in the conference booklet.

Registration

B & B Hotel University Brno

Hotel Continental

Orea Congress Hotel

Registration

Foyer (conference office)

Opening ceremony

Room 101 (aula)

Stefan Siegmund

Stefan Siegmund Plenary speaker

MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS REVISITED - MENTAL IMAGERY AND MATHEMATICAL SYMBOLS

room 101 /aula/

Coffee break

Foyer

Maria Lukacova-Medvidova

Mária Lukácová–Medvidová Plenary speaker

DISSIPATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR COMPRESSIBLE FLUID FLOWS

room 101 /aula/

Elena Braverman

Elena Braverman Invited speaker – Section ODE

ON ASYMPTOTIC PROPERTIES OF DELAY DIFFERENTIAL AND DIFFERENCE SYSTEMS

room 102

Agnieszka Swierczewska-Gwiazda

Agnieszka Swierczewska–Gwiazda Invited speaker – Section PDE

ONSAGER'S CONJECTURE FOR GENERAL CONSERVATION LAWS

room 104

Dirk Praetorius

Dirk Praetorius Invited speaker – Section NAA

ON ADAPTIVE FEM WITH OPTIMAL COMPUTATIONAL COSTS

room 106

Lunch

Vinařská Canteen.

Minisymposia

ODE MS-01 (keynote speaker: Hideaki Matsunaga; room 302a)
ODE MS-08 (keynote speaker: Jelena V. Manojlović; room 302b)
ODE MS-11 (keynote speaker: Jan Tomeček; room 102)

PDE MS-04 (keynote speaker: Miroslav Bulíček; room 104)
PDE MS-08 (keynote speaker: Philippe Pierre Souplet; room 103)
PDE MS-11 (keynote speaker: Matteo Franca; room 309)

NAA MS-09 (keynote speaker: Robert Nürnberg; room 106)
NAA MS-10 (keynote speaker: Thomas Richter; room 310)

Coffee break

Foyer

Contributed talks

Section ODE (rooms 102, 302a, 302b)
Section PDE (rooms 103, 104)
Section NAA (room 106)

Welcome party

Augustinian Abbey Garden

Douglas Arnold

Douglas Arnold Plenary speaker

TBA

room 101 /aula/

Coffee break

Foyer

Masakazu Onitsuka

Masakazu Onitsuka Invited speaker – Section ODE

ULAM STABILITY OF GENERALIZED LOGISTIC EQUATIONS

room 102

Ulisse Stefanelli

Ulisse Stefanelli Invited speaker – Section PDE

DOUBLY NONLINEAR PARABOLIC SPDES

room 104

Barbara Wohlmuth

Barbara Wohlmuth Invited speaker – Section NAA

TBA

room 106

Jan Cermak

Jan Čermák Invited speaker – Section ODE

STABILITY REGIONS FOR ORDINARY AND FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

room 102

Gianluca Crippa

Gianluca Crippa Invited speaker – Section PDE

AN ELEMENTARY PROOF OF EXISTENCE AND UNIQUENESS FOR THE EULER FLOW IN UNIFORMLY LOCALIZED YUDOVICH SPACES

room 104

Ulrik Skre Fjordholm

Ulrik Skre Fjordholm Invited speaker – Section NAA

NUMERICAL METHODS FOR CONSERVATION LAWS ON GRAPHS

room 106

Lunch

Vinařská Canteen

Minisymposia

ODE MS-04 (keynote speaker: Agnieszka B. Malinowska; room 302b)
ODE MS-05 (keynote speaker: Roberta Fabbri; room 302a)
ODE MS-07 (keynote speaker: Matucci Serena & Pavel Řehák; room 102)

PDE MS-01 (keynote speaker: Antonín Slavík & Petr Stehlík; room 104)
PDE MS-07 (keynote speaker: Roman Shvydkoy; room 103)

NAA MS-03 (keynote speaker: Klemens Fellner; room 106)
NAA MS-05 (keynote speaker: Karen Veroy–Grepl; room 310)
NAA MS-07 (keynote speaker: Max Jensen; room 309)

Coffee break

Foyer

Contributed talks

Section ODE (rooms 102, 302a, 302b)
Section PDE (rooms 103, 104, 309)
Section NAA (room 106)

Poster Session

Foyer

Juncheng Wei

Juncheng Wei Plenary speaker

STABILITY OF SOBOLEV AND HARMONIC MAP INEQUALITIES

room 101 /aula/

Coffee break

Foyer

Minisymposia

ODE MS-02 (keynote speaker: Alexander Domoshnitsky; room 103)
ODE MS-03 (keynote speaker: Mihály Pituk; room 102)
ODE MS-09 (keynote speaker: Alberto Cabada; room 309)

PDE MS-03 (keynote speaker: Šárka Nečasová; room 104)
PDE MS-09 (keynote speaker: Vít Průša; room 302b)
PDE MS-12 (keynote speaker: Teresa Isernia; room 302a)

NAA MS-02 + PDE MS-10 (keynote speaker: Victor A. Kovtunenko & Dan Goreac; room 310)

NAA MS-01 (keynote speaker: Martin Vohralík; room 106)

Lunch

Vinařská Canteen.

Trips

(meeting is in front of the canteen)

Alessandro Fonda

Alessandro Fonda Plenary speaker

TBA

room 101 /aula/

Coffee break

Foyer

Jean-Philippe Lessard

Jean–Philippe Lessard Invited speaker – Section ODE

TBA

room 102

Dorin Bucur

Dorin Bucur Invited speaker – Section PDE

OPTIMAL OBSTACLES IN STOKES FLUIDS

room 104

Daniel Peterseim

Daniel Peterseim Invited speaker – Section NAA

NONLINEAR EIGENVECTOR PROBLEMS AND THE SIMULATION OF BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATES

room 106

Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita

Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita Invited speaker – Section ODE

LINEARIZED INSTABILITY FOR NEUTRAL FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH STATE-DEPENDENT DELAYS

room 102

Vincenzo Ambrosio

Vincenzo Ambrosio Invited speaker – Section PDE

FRACTIONAL PERIODIC PROBLEMS WITH CRITICAL GROWTH

room 104

Patrick Farrell

Patrick Farrell Invited speaker – Section NAA

COMPUTING MULTIPLE SOLUTIONS OF PDES WITH DEFLATION

room 106

Lunch

Vinařská Canteen

Minisymposia

ODE MS-06 (keynote speaker: Guglielmo Feltrin & Elisa Sovrano; room 103; ⚠it starts at 13:30)
ODE MS-10 (keynote speaker: Josef Diblík; room 102)

PDE MS-02 (keynote speaker: Sebastian Schwarzacher; room 302b)
PDE MS-05 (keynote speaker: Aneta Wróblewska–Kamińska; room 302a)
PDE MS-06 (keynote speaker: Milan Pokorný; room 104)

NAA MS-04 (keynote speaker: Robert Scheichl; room 106)
NAA MS-08 (keynote speaker: Marie–Therese Wolfram; room 310)
NAA MS-11 (keynote speaker: Karel Tůma; room 309)

Coffee break

Foyer

Contributed talks

ERC Presentation (room 102)
Section ODE (rooms 302a, 302b)
Section PDE (rooms 103, 104, 309)
Section NAA (room 106)

Conference dinner

Brewery house Poupě (Dominikánská 342, Brno)

Barbara Kaltenbacher

Barbara Kaltenbacher Plenary speaker

MATHEMATICS OF NONLINEAR ACOUSTICS: MODELING, ANALYSIS AND NOVEL IMAGING TECHNIQUES

room 101 /aula/

Coffee break

Foyer

Pedro J. Torres

Pedro J. Torres Invited speaker – Section ODE

PERIODIC SOLUTIONS OF THE LORENTZ FORCE EQUATION

room 102

PhilippeLaurencot

Philippe Laurençot Invited speaker – Section PDE

THE THIN FILM MUSKAT PROBLEM

room 104

Carola Bibiane Schönlieb

Carola Bibiane Schönlieb Invited speaker – Section NAA

MATHEMATICAL IMAGING: FROM DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS TO DEEP LEARNING

room 106

Contributed talks

Section ODE (rooms 102, 103)
Section PDE (rooms 104, 106)
Section NAA (room 106)

Closing ceremony

room 101 /aula/

Lunch

Vinařská Canteen

Proceedings

The deadline for submission is August 31, 2022.

Following the tradition of the Czech-Slovak series of Equadiff conferences, the Equadiff 15 proceeding will be published in the journal Archivum Mathematicum (Brno) as a supplement of the 2022 volume. The editors of the proceedings will be Zuzana Došlá, Jan Chleboun, Pavel Krejčí, Martin Kružík, Šárka Nečasová, and Roman Šimon Hilscher. The deadline for submission is August 31, 2022. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed during the editorial procedure.

Instructions to authors:
  • The authors should indicate in the cover letter, to which section ODE or PDE or NAA the contribution belongs.
  • The manuscript should be submitted as a single pdf file to the conference email equadiff15@gmail.com with the subject line "Proceedings submission".
  • The page limit of the contribution for plenary, invited, and keynote speakers is 12 pages, the page limit for all other participants is 8 pages. The authors should comply with the general style of Archivum Mathematicum, using the standard amsart latex package. The page format is B5 (125 x 190 mm of text width x height) with the 10 pt font size. The manuscript should contain a short abstract, the 2020 Mathematics Subject Classification, keywords, and the author's affiliation and address, including the e-mail address. The bibliography should be prepared by using the standard AMS serials abbreviations and in the MathSciNet style.
  • A latex template file is available. You may also wish to have a look at the resulting sample pdf file.
The journal Archivum Mathematicum (Brno) is indexed in all major mathematical scientific databases, such as

Scientific committee

List of members of the scientific committee

Chairman: Zuzana Došlá (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)

Martin Bohner (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA)

Jose Antonio Carrillo (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

Carsten Carstensen (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)

Eduard Feireisl (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)

Marek Fila (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic)

Pavel Krejčí (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)

Josef Málek (Charles University, Czech Republic)

Jean Mawhin (Catolique Universite de Louvain, Belgium)

Jitsuro Sugie (Shimane University, Japan)

Endre Suli (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

Vladimír Šverák (University of Minnesota, USA)

Fabio Zanolin (University of Udine, Italy)

Organizing committee

Chairman: Roman Šimon Hilscher (Masaryk University)

Jan Čermák (Brno University of Technology)

Zuzana Došlá (Masaryk University)

Petr Hasil (Masaryk University)

Petr Liška (Masaryk University)

Luděk Nechvátal (Brno University of Technology)

Pavel Řehák (Brno University of Technology)

Petr Tomášek (Brno University of Technology)

Michal Veselý (Masaryk University)

Petr Zemánek (Masaryk University)

Registration

Prices and others

The registration process consists of three steps. At the first step the participant submits the registration form with the required data, including the information about the title or subject of the presented scientific work and the session, to which it belongs (ODE, PDE, NAA). At the second step the registration is processed and, after its approval by the organizers, the participant will receive the details for the payment of the conference package. At the final step the registration will be completed by processing the payment.

⚠ The registration has been closed due to the limited capacity of the conference. In case of a last minute interest to participate at the conference (or an earlier negotiated agreement), please contact the organizers.

Early birds – Standard registration
(before May 15, 2022)
340 euros*

Not available
Late registration
(after May 16, 2022)
400 euros*

Not available
PhD students
250 euros*

Not available
Accompanying person
200 euros*

Not available


The above Conference Package includes the following:
  • conference materials and conference program,
  • coffee breaks,
  • lunches during the conference days,
  • five days ticket for Brno public transportation,
  • welcome party on Monday evening (July 11, 2022),
  • conference trip on Wednesday afternoon (July 13, 2022).
The social program will also include an official conference dinner on Thursday evening (July 14, 2022), which has to be paid in addition to the Conference Package.

Regarding the scientific program and minisymposia, please note that a participant may register to a specific minisymposium only upon an invitation or confirmation from the organizer of the corresponding minisymposium (keynote speaker).

Due to pre-paid services we apply the following refund policy. For registrations cancelled before June 10, 2022, we return 70% of the paid conference fee; no refund after June 11, 2022 (one month before the start of the conference).

*Participants from the Czech Republic may choose to pay the conference package in the local currency CZK. In this case the following payments in CZK are equivalent to those in EUR: 8800 CZK (for 340 EUR), 10400 CZK (for 400 EUR), 6500 CZK (for 250 EUR), and 5200 CZK (for 200 EUR).

ABSTRACTS

Abstracts for all talks and posters should be submitted as .tex and .pdf files to the address equadiff15@gmail.com by May 31, 2022. Please write "Abstract - your ID" into the subject of the e-mail.

Abstracts should conform to the following
  • Format: They will be accepted only in the form of LaTeX source file
  • Length: After compiling they should not exceed 1 page of A4 format
Please use the sample LaTeX file for the preparation of your abstract. Please do not use your own commands. You may also wish to have a look at the resulting sample pdf file.

List of (pre-)registered participants

The list of participants is available on this link.

Welcome party

The welcome party will be held in a beautiful place of the Augustinian Abbey Garden on Monday (July 11, 2022). A buffet-style dinner is planned. In addition, there will be a possibility to visit the Gregor Johann Mendel Museum during the event.

Augustinian Abbey Garden

Trips

On Wednesday afternoon (July 13, 2022) we plan a conference trip. We offer five options of the trip with the destinations described below. Some of them have a limited capacity. Registered participants (i.e., who already obtained Equadiff ID) can choose a particular trip by clicking on the button below. Due to the limited capacity of the trips, some of them may be unavailable already.

⚠ The registration for the conference trip was closed on June 10. Participation in the trip without a reservation will only be possible if a seat becomes available.

#1: Chateau Lednice
Chateau Lednice

Chateau Lednice

Chateau Lednice belongs among the most beautiful complexes in the English Neo-Gothic style in Europe. It is surrounded by large parks (almost 200 ha) in which the visitor finds the Palm House, the Venetian fountain, artificial ruins, minaret and other significant sights built by the aristocratic Liechtenstein family. This area forms a part of the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996.

At the end of the trip, we will make a stop in a wine cellar and taste local products.
#2: Pernštejn Castle
Pernštejn Castle

Pernštejn Castle

This exceptionally well-preserved medieval castle was the seat of the powerful lords of Pernštejn, one of the richest Bohemian families. This castle provides a unique example of the transformation of a Late-Gothic medieval fortress into a luxurious Renaissance seat. A large complex is surrounded on the southern slopes by a park that leads into a forest park and thus forming a unique complex of an aristocratic estate in the countryside. Pernštejn is not only a leading Czech monument, but thanks to its magnificence, also a place used by film crews from all over the world.

Coming back to Brno, a short excursion in the brewery Černá Hora is planned.
#3: The Slav Epic in Moravský Krumlov
The Slav Epic

The Slav Epic

The Slav Epic is a cycle of 20 large canvases painted by the Czech painter, illustrator, and graphic artist Alphonse Mucha between 1910 and 1928. Thanks to his illustrations, advertisements, decorative panels and designs, Mucha achieved global recognition and fame. The Slav Epic, devoted to the the mythology and history of Czechs and other Slav nations, is considered to be his most important work. It is now on display in the castle Moravský Krumlov near Brno.

Coming back to Brno, a short excursion in the brewery Dalešice is planned.
#4: Villa Tugendhat and Brno underground
Villa Tugendhat

Brno underground

Villa Tugendhat was built in 1929–1930 for Greta and Fritz Tugendhat to a design by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The villa soon became an icon of modern architecture in Europe, especially for its revolutionary use of space and industrial building materials. Also, its history is at least as fascinating as its cultural significance. Villa Tugendhat was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001.

Brno underground involves several mysterious tours under the historical centre of the city such as the Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market, the Mintmaster’s Cellar, or the Ossuary at the Church of St. James.
#5: Špilberk Castle and Brno underground
Špilberk Castle

Brno underground

Špilberk Castle has dominated the skyline of Brno since the mid-13th century. In history of Brno, it provided not only the symbol of the safety and protection, but there also had been times when the fortress inspired fear and represented oppression for the citizens of the city. A sightseeing tour involves Casemates-prison, historical fortifications and lookout tower.

Brno underground involves several mysterious tours under the historical centre of the city such as the Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market, the Mintmaster’s Cellar, or the Ossuary at the Church of St. James.

Conference dinner

The conference dinner will be held in the Brewery house Poupě (Dominikánská 342, Brno; see the map) on Thursday (July 14, 2022) at 19 o'clock. Buffet-style dinner with many choices is planned. This dinner is not included in the conference package and its price is 35 EUR or 800 CZK (it includes a buffet, non-alcoholic drinks, beers, and wine). The payment has to be made in cash on Monday or Tuesday morning at the conference office.

Brewery house Poupě

Conference Venue

Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University, Brno

The campus is covered by the wifi network Eduroam.

Hotels

Here are some nearby hotels. We negotiated very special prices for the conference attendees. More information (including prices and reservation process) are available through the buttons below (you get the password after registration).

Hotel 1

B & B Hotel University Brno

Address: Vinařská 470/5c, Brno

URL: https://en.hoteluniversity.cz/

Info: This is the closest hotel to the conference site. It is operated by The Accommodation and Catering Services of Masaryk university and is located on the same campus as the conference site.

The hotel is already fully booked.

Hotel 2

Hotel Continental

Address: Kounicova 680/6, Brno

URL: https://www.continentalbrno.cz/

Info: Hotel Continental is located in a quiet part of Brno city center, with unique views of the city and the Špilberk Castle, and is close to a tram stop with a direct route to the conference site (18 minutes ride).

Hotel 3

Hotel Passage

Address: Lidická 23, Brno

URL: https://www.hotelpassage.eu/

Info: Boutique hotel located almost in the city center and near the largest park in Brno. It is close to a tram stop with a direct route to the conference site (18 minutes ride).

Hotel 4

Orea Congress Hotel

Address: Křižkovského 458/47, Brno

URL: https://www.oreacongresshotelbrno.cz/

Info: The hotel is next to Brno Trade Fairgrounds within a walking distance of the conference site (1,5 km) and with good access to the city center.

Travel information

Information from the Ministry of the interior of the Czech Republic related to the epidemic of the Covid-19 is available on the official webpage.

For a connection to Brno from, e.g., the airport in Vienna or Prague we recommend using timetables from IDOS.

For details about the connection from Václav Havel Airport Prague to Brno, use these links for trains, buses, and a timetable.

For details about the connection from Vienna International Airport to Brno, use these links for trains, buses, and a timetable.

Contact

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University

Postal address

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Faculty of Science, Masaryk University
Kotlářská 2, Brno 611 37, Czech Republic

Phone Number

+420 549 49 4226

Send us an email

equadiff15@gmail.com