## Teaching activities

N413022 - Basic course in Calculus for students in bachelor program. It provides mathematical skills necessary for other subjects (physics, physical chemistry,...) in bachelor program. Success in Mathematics I is a prerequisite for Mathematics II.

N413003 - The course develops and strengthens the concepts and skills of elementary mathematics (the course of mathematics MI), particularly the skills related to various disciplines of the curriculum of the master's study.

N413031 - Students will be acquainted with the theory of function series and they will deepen knowledge of linear algebra. Moreover, they will learn some basic concepts of the functional and vector analysis.

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S413032 - The aim of the course is to enable students to repeat and deepen the knowledge gained in mathematical courses of bachelor study. The main focus is the study of differential equations and their systems, dynamical systems (qualitative theories), a brief introduction to vector analysis and theory of partial differential equations. An integral part of the subject is the practice of theoretical mathematical knowledge on particular examples of chemical engineering using modern software.

While students will work in a variety of chemistry fields in the future, they should be able to use rigorous mathematical tools to formulate, analyze and simulate their results, including state-of- the-art available software.

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N413032 - The course builds on students' knowledge acquired in undergraduate studies. Its main focus is the study of differential equations and their systems, dynamical systems (qualitative theory), as well as a brief introduction to vector analysis and theory of partial differential equations. An integral part of this course is to practice the theoretical mathematical knowledge on specific examples from chemical engineering using advanced software.

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N413013 - Our aim is to fill gaps in knowledge of students, namely in the field of Functional Analysis, in such a way that they will be able to understand the mathematical features of the Finite Element Method. The Finite Element Method is a modern numerical method that enables us to approximate continuously the solution of partial differentia equations. Students will also try to apply the method (including software) for solving particular simple problems.

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D413028 - (doctoral students) The aim of the subject is to improve students' knowledge, namely in the area of functional analysis, to understand the mathematical foundations of the finite element method. The finite element method is a modern numerical method that allows continuous approximation of solutions of partial differential equations.

D413018 - (doctoral students) The course aims to study the algorithms of numerical linear algebra both theoretically and practically. In particular we will study modern numerical methods for solving large systems of linear equations, eigenvalues and general eigenvalue problems, etc.