As far as international links are concerned, the Department of Mathematics collaborates with academics from abroad in the area of education, science and research. The staff and students of the Departments participate in international mobility under Erasmus+ and Ceepus (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies). Under the Erasmus+ programme the Department of Mathematics has 13 inter-institutional bilateral agreements with partners in Slovakia, Poland, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Bulgaria, and Serbia. Under the Ceepus programme the Department of Mathematics is a partner in the following network: CIII-HU-0028-12-1819 – Active Methods in Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Informatics. This network involves 32 universities from 15 partner countries.

In the area of science and research the department has developed a platform for international meetings of academic staff. Every second year the Department organizes an international conference Elementary Mathematics Education (EME). The Department of Mathematics cooperates with the international organization Kangourou sans Frontieres (KSF), which includes more than 70 countries from across the world. KSF organises the Mathematical Kangaroo competition, which globally involves more than 600,000 children. Together with the Department of Algebra and Geometry, Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc, the Department of Mathematics organizes the competition in the Czech Republic.

The Department of Mathematics guarantees the publication of an international electronic journal.


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