Jan Papež (vedoucí diplomové práce Zdeněk Strakoš) a Matyáš Novák (vedoucí diplomové práce Miroslav Tůma) uspěli se svými pracemi v soutěži O cenu Prof. Babušky:
In December 2012, the Czech Association for Mechanics and the Union of
Czech Mathematicians and Physicists again awarded the I. Babuska Prize
for the best work in scientific computing submitted by students and
young scientists. The Prize winner for 2012 is Dr Josef Rak from the
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague.
The work honored is his PhD thesis Numerical solution of a Fredholm
integral equation of the second kind related to induction heating.
Further winners were delivered diplomas of honor. The second position
was awarded to Dr Radek Fucik from the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and
Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague for
his PhD thesis Advanced numerical methods for modelling two-phase flow
in heterogeneous porous media. The third position belongs to Dr Martin
Cermak from the VSB-Technical University of Ostrava who presented his
PhD thesis Scalable algorithms for solving elasto- plastic problems.
Further diplomas of honor were delivered to MS theses. The first
position in this category was taken by Matyas Novak from the Faculty
of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague for his
thesis Symmetric sparse matrix eigenproblem connected with the
computation of electron states. The second position was awarded to Jan
Papez from the same Faculty for his thesis Estimates of algebraic
error and stopping criteria in numerical solution of partial
differential equations. The third position was shared by Jiri Blazek
(Czech Technical University in Prague) with his MS thesis and Eliska
Janouchova from the same University with her BS thesis.
[Soutěž o cenu Prof. Babušky]