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Winter school of MTR, 2020

Date of event

The Winter School of the Department of Decision-Making Theory is a popular meeting of students and researchers from the department and collaborating researchers from several Czech institutions as well as guests from abroad. It takes place at the UTIA's chalet. The event is organized by M. Studený  and J.Vomlel. The scientific program covers the research interests of the department MTR UTIA and of our invited guests.

Useful information

  • Date: Tuesday 11th - Sunday 16th February 2020.
  • Registration: Via email to Jirka Vomlel or Milan Studený. Please specify how long you want to stay, the title of your talk and its preferred length.
  • Location: The workshop takes place at Máriánská (near Jáchymov) in the Czech Republic. The venue is at about 20 km distance from Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad) or and at about 70 km from Chemnitz in Germany (see the map below).
  • Presentation: Each participant is invited to give a presentation in a duration of approximately 50 minutes.
  • Accommodation: Accommodation is provided in the chalet with shared kitchens and toilet facilities, please, note that it is not a hotel. Internet is provided via Eduroam. Please, bring your own slippers.
  • Catering: No catering is provided by the organizers. You can prepare your own breakfast in the chalet's kitchens - do not forget to bring your food. We plan to have joint dinners in a nearby restaurant.

Mariánská - chata ÚTIA


  • Wednesday
    • Aleš Kuběna: Groups of symmetries and game theory
    • Milan Studený: On information-theoretical inequalities and conditional independence implications
    • Martin Šmíd:  Saving planets: modeling a smelter resulting in an approximation method
  • Thursday
    • Stefan Krömer: Global invertibility and applications to nonlinear elasticity
    • Miroslav Pištěk: Non-transitive model of monetary outcomes
    • Jirka Vomlel:  Dynamic Bayesian networks with nonstationary probability distributions
  • Friday
    • Marián Fabian: On Nash-Moser implicit function theorem: recent novelties
    • Paolo Gidoni: An introduction to evolutionary game dynamics

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