doc. RNDr. Marta Štefánková, Ph.D.

Curriculum vitae

  • Undergraduate study at the Silesian University in Opava, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science (1992–1997).
  • Master thesis: "On a conjecture of Agronsky and Ceder concerning orbit-enclosing omega limit sets".
  • Graduate study at the Mathematical Institute of the Silesian University, Opava (1997–2000).
  • Ph.D. thesis: "Chaos in discrete dynamical systems" (2000).
  • Award from the Minister of education for excellent students (2000).
  • Habilitation thesis: Chaotic maps on compact metric spaces (2003).
  • Award from the Rector of the Silesian University for "important scientific results in dynamical systems, real functions, functional equations, and complex analysis" (2007).
  • Prize of The Learned Society of the Czech Republic for young scientists "for internationally recognized contribution to the theory of dynamical systems" (2008).
  • Stipendium L'Oréal for Women in Science (project of the Czech Commission for UNESCO and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2009).
  • Research: Discrete dynamical systems, chaos on the compact metric spaces, distributional chaos. Theory of functions. Functional equations.