GAMS research group at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering covers a wide spectrum of work ranging from fundamental science to real world applications. The main goal is to carry out high quality multidisciplinary research based on the latest analytical, computational, and experimental techniques.
Our main topics are concerned with the study of physical, biological and social systems, by methods of mathematical statistics and probability theory, such as
- Headway and Traffic Modelling,
- Defectoscopy, Elasticity and Acoustic Emission,
- Minimum Distance/Divergence Methods,
- Data Analysis in Experimental and High-Energy Physics,
- Small Area Estimation,
- Pedestrian Dynamics.
This research activity, enriched by effective education of students, cooperation with industry, and accompanied by the annual international conference SPMS, generates the self-contained progressive community as a part of Department of Mathematics.