Spring school is a traditional seminar for students of the Department of Algebra at MFF UK. Part of the program consists of lectures in English on interesting topics given by students and (foreign) guests, insights of experts and discussions with graduates. There is also time for sport activities in the surrounding countryside.
This year from Thursday 4th November to Sunday 7th November. Arrival is traditionally possible on Wednesday 3rd November in the evening. The event will take place at Horská chata Lucký vrch, Žďárské vrchy.
For master and doctoral students and for all active students of the third year of bachelor study at the Department of Algebra, for guests from related fields and partner institutions, all members of the Department of Algebra are invited.
Contact e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fee is 500,- Kč, the price includes accommodation and meals (starting on Thursday lunch, ending with Sunday breakfast. For those who arrive on Wednesday it’s 600,- Kč (it includes Wednesday dinner, accommodation on Wednesday night and Thursday breakfast.)
The application need to be submitted until October 5th.
We will send you details of how to pay the registration fee after you have submitted your application. The fee must be paid by October 12th.
The spring school is financially supported by the SVV project.
Program will consist of 25 or 40 minutes long lectures given by participants on various topics. Lectures and discussions will be held in English, exceptionally in Czech. Lectures are obligatory for bachelor and master students. You can choose your topic yourself, but it is necessary to have your topic approved by Alex Kazda. The other option is to have the topic assigned, in that case, please contact your favourite teacher or consult it with Alex Kazda. Ask him any question related to the topic of your lecture. Any other questions please send to the email of the school (email@example.com) or contact Jana Vráblíková. Every lecturer have to prepare short (5 to 10 lines) abstract to his lecture in advance (plain text, you can use basic LaTeX commands.)
There will be a notebook with at least: TeX, AdobeAcrobat and LibreOffice (possibly Mathematica). There will be data projector, flip chart and markers. We recommend preparing slides in PDF format.