Brno University of Technology (BUT)
BUT was founded in 1899 as the first Czech higher education institution in Moravia. In the course of more than 110 years it has matured into an internationally recognized institution offering a cutting-edge education based on the latest scientific and professional knowledge. At the present time, more than 24,000 students are enrolled at BUT at 8 faculties and 2 university institutes. For the period 2009–2013, BUT has been awarded the European Commission’s prestigious ECTS and DS Label certificates, issued in recognition of quality higher education. According to the Quacquarelli Symonds Limited (QS) prestigious world university rankings, BUT has been among the best universities of the world for several years in succession. The Institute of Mathematics consists of four departments: Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, Mathematical Analysis, Statistics and Optimization, Computer Graphics and Geometry. The Institute offers BSc. and MSc. study programs Mathematical Engineering. An international MSc. study program of the same name is organized in collaboration with the University of L’Aquilla. A PhD. study program is offered in Applied Mathematics. The Institute participates in a number of research projects and develops international collaboration with several foreign universities.
Institute of Mathematics
Fields of research related to MathMods topics: : discrete mathematics, differential equations, digital image analysis. Applications to: control theory, computational aeroacoustics, computer graphics and image processing.
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is one of the faculties of the Brno University of Technology located in the campus Pod Palackého vrchem. In the same area there are dormitories, refectories, sports facilities and the Czech Technology Park. The campus is easily reached by the public transport from train station, bus stations and Brno – Tuřany airport. For further information on Faculty of Mechanical Engineering please click here.
The city of Brno is lying in the centre of Europe at the crossroads of ancient trade routes joining the North and South European civilizations for centuries. Brno is second largest city in the Czech Republic with a population of over 370,000 inhabitants with a great number of university students, the metropolis of the Moravian region situated by the Prague–Bratislava highway and within easy reach to Vienna. In centre you may find cultural life in the region – 10 theatres, Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, the Brno Museum, Moravian Museum, Moravian Gallery in Brno, 2 cinema multiplexes, Moravian Library, many historical monuments (the Spilberk Castle, St.Peter's Cathedral, Tugendhat Villa, Old Town Hall, Brno underground, etc.) and great number of nearby places of interest – Austerlitz, Veverí Castle, Pernštejn Castle, Lednice Chateau, Moravian Karst with caves, Pálava natural landmarks,... For further information on Brno please click here.