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SNA'21 - Seminar on Numerical Analysis
Starý, Jiří; Sysala, Stanislav; Sysalová, Dagmar
2021 - English
Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2021 (SNA'21) is the 15th meeting in aseries of SNA events.The previous meetings were held in Ostrava 2003, 2005, Monínec 2006,Ostrava 2007,Liberec 2008,Ostrava 2009,Nové Hrady 2010, Rožnov 2011, Liberec 2012, Rožnov 2013, Nymburk 2014, Ostrava 2015, 2017, and 2019. SNA events help to bring together the Czech research community working in the field of numerical mathematics and computer simulations.The scope of the seminar ranges from mathematical modelling and simulation of challenging engineering problems, to methods of numerica lmathematics, numerical linear algebra, and high performance computing. SNA'21 has about 80 participants. Its programme includes the traditional Winter School with tutorial lectures focused on selected important topics within the scope of the seminar.This year, the Winter School includes the following lectures: Keywords: numerical analysis; mathematical modelling; computer mathematics Fulltext is available at external website.
SNA'21 - Seminar on Numerical Analysis

Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2021 (SNA'21) is the 15th meeting in aseries of SNA events.The previous meetings were held in Ostrava 2003, 2005, Monínec 2006,Ostrava 2007,Liberec 2008,Ostrava 2009,Nové ...

Starý, Jiří; Sysala, Stanislav; Sysalová, Dagmar
Ústav geoniky, 2021

Developing urban geotourism in Brno (Czech Republic)
Kubalíková, Lucie; Kirchner, Karel; Bajer, A.; Balková, M.; Kuda, František
2020 - English
The term “urban geotourism” is defined as tourism based on the places within the city boundary (both in the form of built heritage - monuments, buildings, statues - and rock outcrops) that is related to geological concepts and features. As a first step for the development of urban geotourism it is necessary to identify and inventory the geotourist resources, which should take into account both natural (geological, geomorphological, hydrological or palaeontological, and ecological aspects related to geodiversity), and cultural aspects related to geodiversity (e.g. monuments, building stone, geo-toponyms, anthropogenic landforms). Based on the classification of geotourist sites, selected examples from Brno (Czech Republic) are given, supplemented by geotourist and geo-educational activities. In the conclusion, the advantages of urban geotourism are summarized and its importance for the protection of abiotic nature and sustainable management of valuable sites is suggested.\n\n Keywords: geoheritage; cultural heritage; geoeducation; geocultural sites; geoarchaeological sites; anthropogenic landforms Available on request at various institutes of the ASCR
Developing urban geotourism in Brno (Czech Republic)

The term “urban geotourism” is defined as tourism based on the places within the city boundary (both in the form of built heritage - monuments, buildings, statues - and rock outcrops) that is related ...

Kubalíková, Lucie; Kirchner, Karel; Bajer, A.; Balková, M.; Kuda, František
Ústav geoniky, 2020

Residual ancient landscape segments in Carpathians of Moravian-Slovak borderland
Kolejka, Jaromír; Nováková, Eva; Kirchner, Karel
2020 - English
The Moravian Carpathians border region is a large area located in the east of the Czech Republic. Historically, most of the time it was a peripheral border area between the Czech state and Hungary. The well-preserved segments of pre-industrial landscape were inventoried here. They have such arrangement of land use, which originated in the period before the main wave of the industrial revolution in the Czech lands (i.e. before 1850), and has been preserved until present. A total of 182 segments of pre-industrial landscape were identified. Spatial analysis of their location in the area shows that the highest concentration of segments is near the international border (50% up to 10 km from the border), in dissected highland relief (52%), but often in the foothills between 300-500 meters above sea level (51%). Due to their location and appearance, they can represent interesting geotourist objects in the border area. Keywords: pre-industrial landscape; Moravian Carpathians; geotourist objects Available on request at various institutes of the ASCR
Residual ancient landscape segments in Carpathians of Moravian-Slovak borderland

The Moravian Carpathians border region is a large area located in the east of the Czech Republic. Historically, most of the time it was a peripheral border area between the Czech state and Hungary. ...

Kolejka, Jaromír; Nováková, Eva; Kirchner, Karel
Ústav geoniky, 2020

Smart countryside for the 21st century
Zapletalová, Jana; Vaishar, Antonín
2020 - English
The 7th Moravian Conference on Rural Research EURORURAL takes place in the summer of 2020. The period of preparation and holding of the conference was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which decisively reduced international travel. However, as we did not want to break the developed tradition, we decided to organize the conference online. At the same time, we hoped that this opportunity would allow the participation of colleagues who could not attend our conference personally due to collisions with other events, health, financial causes and other reasons. On the other hand, we were aware that we are entering a little-explored terrain and our intentions would not reach widely the international professional public\nReceived contributions cover various topics of rural development. Their spectrum reflects the current problems of European rural development. We already look forward to receiving some elaborated papers for their eventual publication in the European Countryside.\n Keywords: European countryside; rural space; rural development Fulltext is available at external website.
Smart countryside for the 21st century

The 7th Moravian Conference on Rural Research EURORURAL takes place in the summer of 2020. The period of preparation and holding of the conference was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which ...

Zapletalová, Jana; Vaishar, Antonín
Ústav geoniky, 2020

Characterization of fine-grained montmorillonite fractions suitable for composite preparation
Valovičová, Věra; Vaculíková, Lenka; Plevová, Eva; Dolinská, S.; Znamenáčková, I.; Danková, Z.
2019 - English
The aim of this experimental study was to characterize a fine-grained fraction of montmorillonites (SAz-2, STx-1, SWy-2 and Kunipia-F). It was investigated in order to provide more precise information of used montmorillonites than could be obtained by analysis of the unfractioned montmorillonites. At first, the fine fraction of montmorillonites were prepared by sedimentation and activation by means of Na2CO3. The prepared clay materials were characterized by the X-ray diffraction analysis and FTIR spectroscopy. The thermal behaviour of the studied samples was determinated according to the characteristic temperatures obtained from TG/DTA curves. The temperatures of dehydratation and dehydroxylation were evaluated and kinetic parameters were also calculated. The porosity and surface properties of the studied samples were gained by the nitrogen adsorption measurements. The obtained results confirmed that the fine fraction of montmorillonites could be a suitable material for subsequent preparation of composites with enhanced sorption properties, especially montmorillonite/MnO2 composite. Keywords: montmorillonite; activation; characterization; composites Available in digital repository of the ASCR
Characterization of fine-grained montmorillonite fractions suitable for composite preparation

The aim of this experimental study was to characterize a fine-grained fraction of montmorillonites (SAz-2, STx-1, SWy-2 and Kunipia-F). It was investigated in order to provide more precise information ...

Valovičová, Věra; Vaculíková, Lenka; Plevová, Eva; Dolinská, S.; Znamenáčková, I.; Danková, Z.
Ústav geoniky, 2019

Mathematical modelling and computational methods in applied sciences and engineering - Modelling 2019
Blaheta, Radim; Starý, Jiří; Sysala, Stanislav
2019 - English
Modelling 2019 is an international conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering held in\nOlomouc, Czech Republic, in September 16 - 20, 2019. It aims to be a forum for an exchange of ideas, insights and experiences in different areas\nof mathematical modelling. It includes the fundamental formulation and analysis of mathematical models, the development of numerical methods and exploitation of capabilities of the contemporary high-performance computers or applications of mathematical modelling.\nThis conference belongs to a series of conferences previously held in Roznov in 2014 and 2009, in Pilsen in 2005 and 2001, and in Prague in 1998 and 1994. During the period of 25 years, the focus of the conference has been substantially enlarged. Besides the topics aiming at the development\nof numerical methods and analysis of mathematical models described by the partial differential equations, the conference relates to the inverse\nproblems, quantification of uncertainties in the input data, machine learning and exploitation of high-performance computing systems of petaflops and pre-exaflops performance. Increased attention is devoted to challenging industrial problems and collaboration with industry. Keywords: modelling; inverse problems; numerical methods; partial differential equations Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Mathematical modelling and computational methods in applied sciences and engineering - Modelling 2019

Modelling 2019 is an international conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering held in\nOlomouc, Czech Republic, in September 16 - 20, 2019. It ...

Blaheta, Radim; Starý, Jiří; Sysala, Stanislav
Ústav geoniky, 2019

37th Czech - Polish - Slovak Symposium on Mining and Environmental Geophysics and 28th Conference OVA´19 - New Knowledge and Measurements in Seismology, Engineering Geophysics and Geotechnical Engineering.
Kaláb, Zdeněk; Lednická, Markéta
2019 - English
Main topics of event were: Environmental and mining geophysics, Natural, induced and technical seismicity, Deep geological repository,\nOther geophysical, geotechnical and related research. Participants represent both scientific institution and also commercial companies with \ngeophysical and geotechnical scopes. Keywords: engineering geophysics; geotechnical engineering; seismology Available at various institutes of the ASCR
37th Czech - Polish - Slovak Symposium on Mining and Environmental Geophysics and 28th Conference OVA´19 - New Knowledge and Measurements in Seismology, Engineering Geophysics and Geotechnical Engineering.

Main topics of event were: Environmental and mining geophysics, Natural, induced and technical seismicity, Deep geological repository,\nOther geophysical, geotechnical and related research. ...

Kaláb, Zdeněk; Lednická, Markéta
Ústav geoniky, 2019

Possibilities of using 3D laser scanning in geotechnical practise
Kukutsch, Radovan; Kajzar, Vlastimil; Šňupárek, Richard; Waclawik, Petr
2019 - English
We are experiencing the penetration of modern and smart technologies in all sectors of human activity, including mining and geotechnics. One of these technologies is 3D laser scanning, which has seen significant technological advancements over the last decade and has become an integral part of underground construction monitoring as a tool to enable comprehensive, accurate and unbiased capture of the spatial situation in digital form. This development was behind the fact that since 2013, 3D laser scanner has been used by the Institute of Geonics of the Czech Academy of Sciences as a necessary part of the geotechnical monitoring of mine works, when it is possible to precisely detect and quantify the time-space changes caused by man's intervention in the rock mass compared to the traditional established measuring methods. A leading project of recent years was the monitoring of the strain stress state of the rock massif during the 30th seam extraction during the trial operation of the Room and Pillar extraction method in the CSM Mine shaft safety pillar where, besides many other measuring instruments, 3D laser scanning was used for the convergence measuring of roadways, especially for capturing any deformation changes on the permanent pillars. A complementary function was the comparative evaluation with the results of other tools, e.g. with data measured by horizontal extensometers. The subject of the article will be a general description of the possibilities of using 3D laser scanning in geotechnical practice on spatial data acquired during the monitoring lasting almost 3.5 years, when important phenomena were detected in the movement of the pillar walls and the floor heave in the CSM Mine in the tens of cm, sometimes up to 100 cm. Keywords: 3D laser scanning; room and pillar; roadways deformation Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Possibilities of using 3D laser scanning in geotechnical practise

We are experiencing the penetration of modern and smart technologies in all sectors of human activity, including mining and geotechnics. One of these technologies is 3D laser scanning, which has seen ...

Kukutsch, Radovan; Kajzar, Vlastimil; Šňupárek, Richard; Waclawik, Petr
Ústav geoniky, 2019

Adsorption of pharmaceuticals from aqueous solutions onto clay minerals
Vallová, S.; Sokolová, B.; Valovičová, Věra; Plevová, Eva
2019 - English
The objective of this work was to investigate to possibility of clay minerals for the removal of drugs from aqueous solutions. Natural minerals such as montmorillonite, vermiculite, kaolinite and modified montmorillonites KSF and K10 (intercalated by Fe3+) were used as potential sorbents for three analgetics: paracetamol, ibuprofen and diclofenac from aqueous solutions. This research demonstrated that adsorption of all three pharmaceuticals onto natural untreated clay minerals, except paracetamol sorption on Na-MMT, is negligible. On the other hand, the chemically modified montmorillonites demonstrated significant sorption ability in the order diclofenac>ibuprofen>paracetamol. Keywords: adsorption; clay minerals; montmorillonite; paracetamol; ibuprofen; diclofenac Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Adsorption of pharmaceuticals from aqueous solutions onto clay minerals

The objective of this work was to investigate to possibility of clay minerals for the removal of drugs from aqueous solutions. Natural minerals such as montmorillonite, vermiculite, kaolinite and ...

Vallová, S.; Sokolová, B.; Valovičová, Věra; Plevová, Eva
Ústav geoniky, 2019

SNA´19 - Seminar on numerical analysis.
Blaheta, Radim; Starý, Jiří; Sysalová, Dagmar
2019 - English
Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2017 (SNA'17) is a continuation in a series of SNA events held\nin different places in the Czech Republic and organized alternatively by Ostrava and Prague\ninstitutions. The SNA'17 is organized by the Institute of Geonics of the CAS in collaboration with\nVŠB - Technical University of Ostrava and IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre.\nConference location is one of the lecture rooms in New Aula of the VŠB-TU Ostrava.\nLet us note that SNA 2016 was reshaped to EMS School in Applied Mathematics (ESSAM)\ndevoted to mathematical modelling, numerical analysis and scientiffc computing. The SNA'17\nis turning back to more traditional winter event.\nIt provides opportunity for meeting and mutual information of the community working in computational\nmathematics and computer science, but an important part of SNA is devoted to the\nWinter School with tutorial lectures focused on selected important topics within the scope of\nnumerical methods and modelling.\nThis year, a part of the Winter School will be the course Parallel Linear Algebra (PLA) organized\nby the European research infrastructure PRACE, particularly by the French PRACE Advanced\nTraining Centre - Maison de la Simulation. Winter school lectures will cover the ongoing topics\nrelated to domain decomposition methods, interval computations and numerical veriffcation. The\nPLA course will provide lectures from the area of direct and iterative parallel solvers, as well as\npractical training with selected programs. Keywords: numerical analysis; mathematical modelling; computer mathematics Fulltext is available at external website.
SNA´19 - Seminar on numerical analysis.

Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2017 (SNA'17) is a continuation in a series of SNA events held\nin different places in the Czech Republic and organized alternatively by Ostrava and Prague\ninstitutions. ...

Blaheta, Radim; Starý, Jiří; Sysalová, Dagmar
Ústav geoniky, 2019

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