date and place of birth
- 2014 - present: Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University (MFF UK)
- 2000 - 2017: Institut of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
- 2008 - 2014: Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen
- 2002 - 2007: Technical University of Berlin, Germany
- 1997 M.S. - MFF UK,
Computational Mathematics - Numerical Software
- 2002 Ph.D. - MFF UK,
- 2017 Associate Professor - MFF UK
participation on grants
- GACR 20-01074S, Adaptive methods for the numerical solution of partial differential equations:
analysis, error estimates and iterative solvers, pricipal investigator V. Dolejsi, 2020-2022.
- GACR - DFG 17-04150J, Reliable two-scale Fourier/finite element-based
simulations: Error-control, model reduction, and stochastics, pricipal investigators J. Zeman, M. Tuma,
H. G. Matthiess, 2017-2019.
- GA CR 13-066845, Iterative Methods in Computational Mathematics:
Analysis, Preconditioning, and Applications, pricipal investigator M. Tuma, 2013-2017.
Institutional support AS CR, project M100300901, Towards deeper understanding of Krylov subspace methods,
2009 - 2012, principal investigator.
GA AS CR IAA100300802:
Theory of Krylov subspace methods and its relationship to other mathematical disciplines,
Program Information Society Project 1ET400300415:
Modeling and Simulation of Complex Technical Problems,
Emmy Noether Junior Research Group, head Jörg Liesen, 2002-2007.
GA AS CR KJB1030306, Krylov subspace methods - mathematical theory, stopping criteria
and behaviour in finite precision arithmetic, 2003-2005, principal investigator.
- TU-Dresden (November 1999),
- Universität Hamburg (February 2000 - July 2000)
- TU-Berlin (November 2002 - March 2007)
- Jaroslav Jirsa Prize for the best textbook in natural sciences, mathematics and physics,
awarded by Charles University, Prague, November 2013.
- Otto Wichterle Prize for young scientists, 2007, awarded by
the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, May 2007.
- I Babuska Prize (3rd place) for the best work in computer science
submitted by students and young scientists, 2002, for the work On some
open questions in Krylov subspace methods, awarded by the Czech
Association for Mechanics and the Union of Czech Mathematicians and
Physicists, December 2002.