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2019-03-28
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Production - Consumption - Representation: food and drink among the Roman and Early Medieval elites as revealed by archaeological and bioarchaeological sources. 30th International Symposium “Grundprobleme der frühgeschichtlichen Entwicklung im mittleren Donauraum”, Brno, 14.-16.11.2018. Abstracts
Heinrich-Tamáska, O. ; Poláček, Lumír
The conference focused on the issues of nutrition of Roman and early medieval elites on a broad source basis and from a multi-disciplinary point of view. The problematic was discussed both in diachronic and geographical comparison.

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Dynamics of Machines and Mechanical Systems with Interactions : DYMAMESI 2018
Zolotarev, Igor ; Pešek, Luděk ; Kozieň, M.
The Colloquium Dymamesi is continuing near the 20 years history of two conferences Dynamics of Machines and Interaction and Feedbacks. From 2017 the Colloquium is organized within the Czech-Polish (IT ASCR Prague & CUT Crakow) collaboration and the first one was held in CUT in Cracow. The prezentations were divided into the three sections: dynamics of machines, interactions and energetics. The Colloquium DYMAMESI 2018 was for the first time supported also by Programme Strategy 21 (AV21).\n

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2019-03-28
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Mikulovský antropologický mítink II. 11. a 12. říjen 2018, Mikulov - Pavlov. Sborník abstraktů
Boriová, Soňa ; Novák, Martin ; Sázelová, Sandra
Zborník prezentuje abstrakta přednášek z interdisciplinární konference MAM II (Mikulovský Antropologický Mítink) - příspěvky nejen z oblasti antropologie, pokrývající témata v jejím nejširším a interdisciplinárním slova smyslu, ale také z paleolitické archeologie, kvartérní geologie, paleontologie, ekologie a dalších příbuzných oborů studujících pleistocén a holocén, zejména informace z nových výzkumů, výsledky dílčích analýz, předběžné zprávy nebo nově publikované studie.

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2019-03-14
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Book of Abstracts of the 28th Joint Seminar "Development of Materials Science in Research and Education"
Kožíšek, Zdeněk ; Král, Robert ; Zemenová, Petra
Topics:\n- Trends in development of materials research \n- Education of materials science at the universities\n- Information about the research programmes of individual institutions \n- Information on equipment for preparation and characterisation of materials \n- Results of materials science research

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2019-02-13
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Art in an unsettled time. Bohemian book illumination before Gutenberg (c. 1375-1450)
Studničková, Milada ; Theisen, M.
Thirteen studies in English and German bring new insights into a number of masterpieces of Bohemian book painting, which have been examined so far mainly from a stylistic point of view. The book also acquaints the readers with unknown or little-known manuscripts. The publication illustrates how the turbulent end of the 14th century and the socio-political changes of the Hussite period influenced the form of manuscript production. The researches, inter alia, focus on the relationship between text and image, the function of the depiction, the mass productin of manuscripts, and the question of what Hussite iconography is.

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SNA´19 - Seminar on numerical analysis.
Blaheta, Radim ; Starý, Jiří ; Sysalová, Dagmar
Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2017 (SNA'17) is a continuation in a series of SNA events held\nin different places in the Czech Republic and organized alternatively by Ostrava and Prague\ninstitutions. The SNA'17 is organized by the Institute of Geonics of the CAS in collaboration with\nVŠB - Technical University of Ostrava and IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre.\nConference location is one of the lecture rooms in New Aula of the VŠB-TU Ostrava.\nLet us note that SNA 2016 was reshaped to EMS School in Applied Mathematics (ESSAM)\ndevoted to mathematical modelling, numerical analysis and scientiffc computing. The SNA'17\nis turning back to more traditional winter event.\nIt provides opportunity for meeting and mutual information of the community working in computational\nmathematics and computer science, but an important part of SNA is devoted to the\nWinter School with tutorial lectures focused on selected important topics within the scope of\nnumerical methods and modelling.\nThis year, a part of the Winter School will be the course Parallel Linear Algebra (PLA) organized\nby the European research infrastructure PRACE, particularly by the French PRACE Advanced\nTraining Centre - Maison de la Simulation. Winter school lectures will cover the ongoing topics\nrelated to domain decomposition methods, interval computations and numerical veriffcation. The\nPLA course will provide lectures from the area of direct and iterative parallel solvers, as well as\npractical training with selected programs.

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Pochopit vteřinu. Prožívání času v české kultuře 19. století
Hrdina, Martin ; Piorecká, Kateřina ; Bendová, E.
Tématem plzeňského sympozia pro rok 2018 je čas – jeho význam pro člověka a společnost dlouhého 19. století. Modernizační procesy, jimiž se toto historické období vyznačuje, vedly k potlačení cyklického vnímání času ve prospěch linearity. Čas a jeho reflexe se z mysli filozofů a vědců přesunuly do každodenního života většiny lidí. Sympozium se těmto tématům věnovalo na základě otázek, které jsou v současnosti aktuální pro výzkum této problematiky z hlediska humanitních a sociálních věd.

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Cosmology on Small Scales 2018: Dark Matter Problem and Selected Controversies in Cosmology
Křížek, Michal ; Dumin, Y. V.
According to the standard cosmological model, our Universe needs a significant amount of dark matter, about six times more than that of the usual baryonic matter, besides an even larger amount of dark energy. But to date, both dark matter and dark energy have remained conceptually elusive, without concrete evidence based on direct physical measurements. Yet another subtle issue is that the Friedmann equation – the cornerstone of modern cosmology – was derived from the system of ten Einstein’s equations applied to a perfectly symmetric universe, which is homogeneous\nand isotropic for every fixed time instant. So, the question is whether one can perform such excessive extrapolations and, in particular, at which scale the effect of Hubble expansion is manifested.

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