Professors

Patera, Jiri

Full Professor

Ph. D. Prague 1964

Contact :

  • Téléphone 514-343-6419 Pav. André-Aisenstadt \ bur. AA-4441
Département de mathématiques et de statistique

Research interests


Selected articles

  • , Breaking of icosahedral Symmetry: C60 to C70, 9(3) (2014) PLoS ONE
  • , Polytope contractions within icosahedral symmetry, pp 10 (2014) accpeted in, Canadian Journal of Physics
  • , Gaussian cubature arising from hybrid characters of simple Lie groups, , pp 20 (2014) accepted in, J. Fourier Analysis and its Applications
  • , On generalizing the Shmushkevich method, 53(5) (2013) Acta Polytechnica
  • , Four families of Weyl group orbit functions of B3 and C3, 54 (2013) J. Math. Physics
  • , C70, C80, C90, and carbon nanotubes by breaking of the icosahedral symmetry of C60, 69(6) (2013) Acta Crystallographica Section A: Foundation of Crystallography
  • , Affine reflection groups for tiling applications: knot thoery and DNA, 53 (2012) J. Math. Phys.
  • , Three-variable exponentiol functions of the alternating group, 45 (2012) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.
  • , On Discretization of Tori of Compact Simple Lie Groups II, 45 (2012) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.
  • , Six types of E-functions of the Lie groups O(5) and G(2), 45 (2012) J. Phys. A: Math Theor.
  • , Branching rules for Weyl group orbits of simple Lie Algebras Bn and Dn, 44 (2011) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.
  • , On E-functions of semisimple Lie algebras, 44 (2011) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.
  • , Centralizers of maximal regular subgroups of compact simple Lie groups, 44 (2011) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.
  • , Two dimensional symmetric and antisymmetric generalizations of exponential and cosine functions, 51 (2010) J. Math. Phys.
  • , On E-discretization of tori of compact simple Lie groups, 43 (2010) J. Phys. A: Math. Thoer.
  • , Two-dimensional symmetric and antisymmetric generalizations of sine functions, 51 (2010) J. Math. Phys.
  • , Orthogonal polynomials of compact simple Lie groups. The branching rules for polynomials, 43 (2010) J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.

Directed students