Monographs
J. Liesen and Z. Strakos, Krylov Subspace Methods, Principles and
Analysis, Oxford University Press,
ISBN 978-0-19-965541-0, 2013, 408p. Errata.
Review in
the Bulletin of the AMS by Mark Embree, 2015.
Other reviews: Anne
Greenbaum (LAA), Melina Freitag
(MathReviews), Claude Brezinski
(SMAI), Ludwig Elstner
(Zentralblatt).
J. Malek and Z. Strakos, Preconditioning
and the Conjugate Gradient Method in the Context of Solving
PDEs,
SIAM Spotlight Series, SIAM, Philadelphia, ISBN
978-1-611973-83-9, 2015, viii+104p.
Review in SIAM
Review, 58-2 by Andy Wathen, 2016. Review in MathReviews,
MR3307335, by Elena Pelikan, 2016.
Textbook
J. Duintjer Tebbens, I. Hnetynkova, M. Plesinger, Z. Strakos and P.
Tichy, Analysis
of methods for matrix computations,
Basic methods (in Czech), Matfyzpress
Prague, ISBN 978-80-7378-201-6, 2012, 328 p.
Recent Lectures
Krylov subspace methods from the analytic, application and
computational perspective, Boeing
Distringuished Colloquia in Applied Mathematics, May 2016.
[download]
Sparsity,
local and global information in numerical solution of PDEs.
BIRS Workshop on Sparse Representations, Numerical Linear
Algebra and Optimization, Banff, Oct. 6-10, 2014.
Major projects
- ERC-CZ project LL1202:
- Implicitly
constituted material models: from theory through model
reduction to efficient numerical methods (MORE),
2012-2017.
- Charles University in Prague:
- University
Center for Mathematical Modeling, Applied Analysis and
Computational Mathematics (MathMac), 2012-2016.
- GAAV Grant IAA100300802:
- Theory
of Krylov subspace methods and its relationship to other
mathematical disciplines, 2008-2012.
- Program Information Society Project 1ET400300415:
- Modeling
and Simulation of Complex Technical Problems,
2004-2008.
Teaching
- Matrix Iterative Methods I, Charles
University, Prague. Literature: J. Liesen and Z. Strakos,
Krylov Subspace Methods, Principles and Analysis,
- Oxford University Press, 2012, 408p; W. Hackbusch,
Iterative Solution of Large Sparse Systems of Equations,
Springer-Verlag, 1994, 429p.;
- Y. Saad, Iterative Methods for Sparse Linear Systems,
SIAM Publications, 2003, 528p.; Y. V. Vorobyev, Method
of Moments in Applied Mathematics,
- Gordon and Breach Sci. Publ., 1965, 165p.
- Foundations of Numerical Mathematics, Charles
University in Prague. Literature: J. Duintjer
Tebbens, I. Hnetynkova, M. Plesinger, Z. Strakos and P.
Tichy,
- Analysis of Matrix Computations I, Matfyzpress,
Prague, 2012, 328 p. A. Greenbaum and T. P. Chartier, Numerical
Methods, Princeton University Press,
- 2012, 454 p.
- Research Seminar Modelling of materials: theory, model
reduction and efficient numerical methods
Discussions on General
Topics
EU-MATHS-IN and Mathematics in
the European Program H2020, EU-MATHS-IN
and Mathematics in the European Program H2020: An Exchange. The
ICIAM Dianoia, 5 (1), 2017
Science
as a profession? Lidove noviny, 23. 5. 2015 (in Czech).
ERC
on the Charles University in Prague, Forum 3/15, Charles
University in Prague, 2015 (in Czech)
EU-MATHS-IN,
Year 1, M. J. Esteban and Z. Strakos. Newsletter of the EMS
95, March 2015.
ERC
Support of Frontier Research in Mathematics, P. Exner and
Z. Strakos. The ICIAM Dianoia, 2 (4), 2014.
EU-MATHS-IN
initiative to support applied and industrial mathematics.
The ICIAM Dianoia, 2 (1), 2014.
European
initiative created to support applied and
industrial mathematics. Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde, 15
(1), 2014.
What
does the Czech Science need in order to catch on at a world
scale? Interpelace Tomase Sedlacka, 25. 4. 2013.
(in Czech).
ERC in Czech Republic or
why is Czech science and research missing the opportunuity. Lidove
noviny, 17. 9. 2011 (in Czech).
Universities,
Academic Community and Society: Questions without
answers? Forum 3/10, Charles University in Prague, 2010
(in Czech).
A contemplation on
the meaning of words, on the role of leading scientists.
Academic Bulletin 3/2005, Academy of Science of the Czech
Republic, 2005 (in Czech).
Popularization of Science
On Pythagorean theorem and
beauty of mathematics of computations. SKOMAM 2015,
February 5, 2015 (in Czech).
On
mathematics of computations, golden cows and the one true
geometrician. Science Cafe, April 8, 2014 (in Czech).