Jan Slovák

academic year 2016 - 2017 | |
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Faculty of Science | |

Autumn 2019 | Matematika I |

Spring 2020 | Matematika II |

Further rather informal and short texts related to many lectures which I introduced in the last two decades include:

- Linear algebra (in Czech), plus exercises (worked out by students, also in Czech)
- Elementary Algebraic Geometry (in Czech)
- Geometric algorithms I (simple and really old version of Computational Geometry, in Czech)
- Geometric Algorithms II (Computational commutative algebra and algebraic geometry, in Czech)
- Representations of semisimple Lie algebras (notes of seminars, in Czech)
- Geometric structures (notes of seminars, in Czech)

** Natalia Bezvitnaya** (2011)
Holonomy groups of pseudo-quaternionic-Kählerian manifolds

** Jan Gregorovič, ** (2012)
Geometric structures invariant to symmetries

** Christian Gustad ** (2019)
Differential invariance and Lie theory
** Jaroslav Hrdina** (2007)
Generalized planar curves and quaternionic geometries

**Martin Panák** (2001)
Natural operators on the bundle of Cartan connections

** Josef Šilhan** (2004)
Cohomology of Lie algebras

**Lenka Zalabová ** (2007)
Symmetries of parabolic geometries

** Vojtěch Žádník ** (2004)
Generalized Geodesics

Recent exceptionally interesting Master or Bachelor theses:

** Martin Doležal** (2017)
Balls rolling without
slipping and spinning

** Adam Janovsky** (2016)
Algebraic cryptanalysis of Hidden Field Equations family