Assoc. Prof. Ing. Jiri Nedoma, PhD
Department of Computational Methods
CURRICULUM VITAE - Assoc. Prof. Ing. Jiří Nedoma PhD
1959 Transport Technical University, Prague, M.Sc (Ing.)
1959 Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University, Dept. of Theoretical Physics, Prague (as the external student),
1991 CSc (PhD) degree on Mathematical Methods in Contemporary Geodynamics, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague 1984 (after political rehabilitation),
1994 habilitation at the Univ.of West Bohemia, Faculty of Applied Sciences, on Mathematical Modelling in Biomechanics. Bone-and Vascular-Implant Systems
2003 elected and inducted into the European Segment of the Hall of Fame for Engineering, Science and Technology, HOFEST,
2003 received the Walter J. Zable for "Excellence in Technology"
2003 named as the Honorary Member of the International Technology Institute, ITI.
2005 Member of the Editorial Board of the Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.
2005 Member of the Board of Directors of the International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS).
2006 by the American Biographical Institute (ABI) selected and nominated as "Man of the Year 2006".
2007 by the International Biographical Centre of Cambridge (IBC), England, nominated as "International Health Professional of the Year 2007".
2007 by the International Biographical Centre of Cambridge (IBC), England, nominated as "International Scientist of the Year 2007"
2007 named as a member of the International Biographical Centre of Cambridge - IBC "TOP 100 SCIENTISTS 2007".
2007 elected and inducted into the World Level of the Hall of Fame for Engineering, Science and Technology, HOFEST.
mathematical modelling in applied geodynamics, geomechanics, geophysics and biomechanics
numerical and computational methods in mechanics, biomechanics, geophysics, geomechanics and geodynamics
linear and nonlinear boundary value problems for partial differential equations and methods of their numerical solutions
contact problems, coupled contact-Stefan-like problem
variational equalitities and inequalities
numerical modelling in geomechanics, geodynamics and biomechanics
variational equalities and inequalities
Czech, Slovak, English, Russian (active), German (passive)
1961-1963 the research worker of the Physical Inst. of the Slovak Acad. Sci, Laboratory of Cosmic Rays, Lomnický Peak, High Tatras (the leader of one group of research workers)
1963-1969 the research worker of the Institute of Computer Science Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague and of the Czech Technical University, Prague
1964-1965 the external lecturer at the Dept. of Mathematics, Chemical Technical University, Prague, the research worker at the United Nuclear Research Institute in Dubna, USSR (3.5 months),
1969-1982 the research worker of the Geophysical Institute of the Czechoslovak Acad.Sci, Prague
1982- up to present - senior research fellow of the Institute of Computer Science, AS CR
St.Petersburg, Tbilisi, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Sofia, Freiburg, Halle (1976-1980), West London (1984), Naple (1991), London (Royal Society of London, West London 1993), Nijmegen (The Netherlands, 1993, 1998), Hyderabad, Dhanbad, Roorkee, Delhi, Dehra Dun (India, 1995,1996,1997), Sao Paulo, Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil, 1998), Santiago de Chile (1998), Stockholm and Brussels (2001)
1970-1980 - coordinator of the international research project on Mathematical Methods in Geophysics (KAPG-Working Group 5.2) and the organizer of the conferences and the summer schools on Numerical Methods in Geophysics (1971,1974,1976,1977,1979,1981 and the editor of the proceedings of these conferences).
1991 classified among Czechoslovakian experts into the EXPERT\ DATABASE system,
tutor of MSc and PhD students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles Univ., Dept. of Numerical Mathematics, Prague, Faculty of Nuclear and Physical Engng., Dept. of Physical Electronics and Dept. of Mathematics, Prague and Faculty of Applied Sciences of the Univ. of West Bohemia, Dept. of Mathematics, Pilsen,
participation on the international conferences and congresses - Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Liblice Castle, Bechyně Castle, Bratislava, Smolenice Castle, Pilsen, Freiburg, Las Vegas, London, Nice, Naple, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Sofia, Varna, Nijmegen, Santiago de Chile, Halle, Lausanne, Brussels, Zurich, Budapest, Wien, Amsterdam, Leuven,
1994-2001 organizer of International Conferences on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods in Mechanics, Physics, Biomechanics and Geodynamics - MODELLING'1994, 1998, 2001, editor of proceedings of MODELLING'1994, 1998 and 2001,
organizer of the workshop on ''Numerical Methods in Mechanics, Biomechanics and Geomechanics'', 16th IMACS Congress, Lausanne, 20-29.8,2000
organizer of the workshop on ''Numerical Models in Geomechanics'', ICCS'2002, April 2002, Amsterdam,
co-organizer of the International Conference on Computational Biomechanics and Biology - ICCBB-2007, Pilsen, September 10-14, 2007, Czech Republic.
2003 the member of the Program Committees of the International Conferences ICCSA´2003, Montreal, Canada
2004 the member of the Program Committees of the International Conferences ICCSA´2004, Assisi, Italy, and ICCS´2004, Krakow, Poland
invited speaker of international conferences and congress (Nijmegen, Leuven, Ostrava,Pilsen)
membership of American Mathematical Society (1972-),
reviewer of the Mathematical Review (1971-),
prize of the Czech Literary Fund, 1987,
signatory of the Appeal to Heads of State and Goverments (1992),
member of the IMACS (International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation) Technical Committees on Mathematical Mechanics, Geomechanics and Biomechanics and on Partial Differential Equations,
Special Member of the International Technology Institute, 2001,
member of the board for the postdoctoral studies of the discipline Biomedical Informatics , 1st Medical Faculty of the Charles University, Prague, 2002
Who's Who in Czech Republic, 1994,
Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 2005, 2006, 2007
Who's Who in the World, 2006, 2007.
(1)-(2) High Performance Computing in Geosciences : Safety of Construction with Respect to Rock Deformations and Movements I and II ( No I : CP940820 , No II : KIT977006 )
(3)-(4) ES COPERNICUS-HIPER GEOS grants of the Ministry of Educations, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic ( 1995-1998 No OK-158 and 1999-2001 No OK- 407 )
(5) Grant Agency of the Czech Republic : Mathematical models of the hip joint; total replacements of the hip joint based on the stress analysis ( No 308-95-0304 )
(6) Grant Agency of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic : grant MPO CR FT-TA/087 on the Complex Research of Biomechanical Conditions for Application of Artificial Skeletal Replacements, Interaction of Replacements with Organism, Evaluation of Failure Causes and Proposal of Conditions for Raise of Thier Stability, 2004
J.Nedoma, Numerical Modelling in Applied Geodynamics, John Wiley&Sons, Chichester, New York, Weinheim, Brisbane, Singapore, Toronto, 1998.
J.Nedoma et al. , Biomechanics of Human Skeleton and Replacements of Its Parts. Karolinum, Publ. House of the Charles University, Prague, 2006 (in Czech).
J.Nedoma, Finite Element Technique in Geophysics, textbook for students of the Bergakademie, Freiberg, 1978.
J.Nedoma, K.Pěč (Eds), The Use of Finite Element Method and Finite Difference Method in Geophysics, Proc. of the Summer School, Liblice Castle, Geophysical Institute CSAS 1977.
J.Nedoma, K.Pěč (Eds), Proc. of the International Conferences ''Numerische Methoden in der Geophysik'', 1971-1981, Geophysical Institute CSAS, Prague.
V.M.Babich, J.Nedoma (Eds). Computational Methods in Geophysics. Radio i Svyaz, Moscow, 1981 (in Russian).
J.Nedoma (Ed.), Proc. of the International Symposium on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods, MODELLING'94, August 29-September 2, 1994, Prague, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics vol 63(1-3)(1995) 1-486, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Lausanne, New York, Oxford, Tokyo.
O.Axelsson, R.Beauwens, J.Nedoma (Eds), Proc. of the International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods, MODELLING'98, July 7-11, 1998, Prague, Intern.Journal on Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, vol.50, No 1-4(1999), 1-372, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Lausanne, New York, Oxford, Tokyo.
J.Nedoma (Ed) Proc. of the International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods, MODELLING'2001, June 25-29, 2001, Pilsen, Intern. Journal on Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 61, Issues 8 -6, 2003, 161-605, Elsevier, Amsterdam, London, New York, Oxford, Paris, Shannon, Tokyo
J. Daněk, M. Brandner, J. Nedoma (Eds). Proc. of the International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, MODELLING´2005, Pilsen, Intern. Journal on Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 76, Issues 1-3, 1-248, 2007, Elsevier, Amsterdam, London, Lausanne, New York, Tokyo.
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