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First Announcement Committee for the History of Science and Technology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Commission on the History of Science, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences; International Academy of the History of Science


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First Announcement

Committee for the History of Science and Technology, Polish Academy of Sciences;

Commission on the History of Science, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences;

International Academy of the History of Science

 

along with:



 

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of University of Rzeszów;

Institute of Physics, Pedagogical University of Cracow;

Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science of Cracow University of Technology;

Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv;

Polish Mathematical Society - Cracow Branch

 

 



kindly invite you to the scientific conference

 

Exact sciences and mathematics



in Central-Eastern Europe

from the mid-XIX century till WW II

 

The Scientific Board:


  • Roman Duda – chairman  (Committee for the History of Science and Technology, Polish Academy of Sciences; University of Wrocław);

  • Martina Bečvářová (Czech Technical University, Prague);

  • Sergey S. Demidov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow);

  • Michał  Kokowski (The Ludwik and Aleksander Birkenmajer Institute for the History of Science of Polish Academy of Sciences; Commission on the History of Science, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences);

  • Jerzy M. Kreiner (Mt. Suhora Observatory, Institute of Physics,  Pedagogical University of Cracow);

  • Jan Woleński (Commission on the History of Science, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences);

  • Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski (The Ludwik and Aleksander Birkenmajer Institute for the History of Science of Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw);

  • Mykhaylo Zarichnyi (Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv).

The Program and Organizing Committee:


  • Stanisław Domoradzki (Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of University of Rzeszów; Committee for the History of Science and Technology, Polish Academy of Sciences);

  • Margaret Stawiska-Friedland (Mathematical Reviews, American Mathematical Society, USA);

  • Renata Bujakiewicz-Korońska (Institute of Physics, Pedagogical University of Cracow);

  • Jan Koroński (Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science of Cracow University of Technology)

 

Place and time:


Kraków, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Poland, June  11−13, 2015.

The conference will be held in English (preferred).

 

Submission of Talks and Posters:


We invite proposals of conference  talks (20, 30  or 45 minutes long) as well as of posters to be presented in the poster session. If you are interested, please contact:

Stanisław Domoradzki (domoradz@ur.edu.pl;

Margaret Stawiska (stawiska@umich.edu);

Please submit your proposal by the end of April 2015. Everyone submitting a proposal will get a separate message when their talk is accepted for the conference. The program of the conference will be announced in the last decade of May 2015. The titles of submitted talks and their short abstracts will be presented and updated on the web page of the conference.


To pre-register for  


the conference (with or without presentation), please contact Renata  Bujakiewicz-Korońska by e-mail: rbk@up.krakow.pl

Lodging options: 

the hotel of the Pedagogical Uniwersity in Krakow,  10.06.-14.06.2015

ACH - DS "Krakowiak"
30-150 Kraków
ul. Armii Krajowej 9
tel.+48/012/662-64-55; +48/012/662-64-56;
fax. +48/012/662-64-53


Double room  

price:    152,00 PLN
(including 8% VAT)

Single room

price:     99,00 PLN
(including 8% VAT)
 

The hotel also offers breakfast and lunch (the cost of meals are not  included in the price of the room)

 Please make your hotel reservation before 15.03.2015.

Contact : Renata Bujakiewicz- Korońska, Instytut Fizyki UP e-mail: rbk@up.krakow.pl



There are also options to stay in other hotels and student dormitories in Krakow.

Planned plenary lectures (the list will be updated):
  • Juozas Banionis:  Bishop Antanas Baranauskas (1835-1902)

  • Lidiya Bazylevych: Lwów period of Ulam`s mathematical creativity

  • Martina Bečvářová:  Mathematische Kränzchen in Prag – Forgotten German Mathematical Society

  • Renata Bujakiewicz-Korońska, Jan Koroński, Jerzy M. Kreiner: Life and scientific activity of Tadeusz Banachiewicz (1882-1954)

  • Roman Duda: The emergence of national mathematical research communities in Central-Eastern Europe

  • Michał Kokowski:  A history of Natanson statistics

  • Roman Mierzecki: Chemistry in Lwów Universities 1850-1939

  • B. Novosyadlyj, S. Apunevych: Astronomical Observatory of Lviv University on the background of historical epochs

  • Paweł Polak:  Philosophy in science – a case of reception of Special and General Relativity in Kraków and Lwów before 1925

  • Andrij Rovenchak: Physics at the University of the Lviv since the edge of XIX and XX centuries till the WW II

  • Margaret Stawiska, Stanisław Domoradzki : Distingnished graduates in mathematics of Jagiellonian University in the period 1918-1939

  • Łukasz A. Turski: Collapse of Science and Mathematics Education in Poland in XX Century and what to do with that

  • Jan Woleński: Philosophy of Exact Sciences in Poland in 1918-1939

  • Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski: Physics in Poland (1918-1939)

  • ­ Mykhailo Zarichnyi, Stanisław Domoradzki: On the beginning of topology in Lwów


The poster presentations (the list will be updated):
  • Martina Bečvářová: The History of Mathematics in the Czech Republic


  • Jan Koroński: Stanisław Kępiński (1867-1908) and his papers in the field of differential equations

  • Jan Koroński: Stanisław Zaremba (1863-1942) and his results in the field of differential equations


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