Otomar Hájek

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Otomar Hájek is a Czech-American mathematician, known for his contributions to dynamical systems, game theory and control theory.

He got his Ph.D. at Charles University in Prague (1963) on a thesis entitled Dynamical systems in the plane. At the same place he joined the mathematics and physics faculty (1965–68), before moving to Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University (1968–95) as professor, becoming an emeritus (1996–).

In the mid-1970s Hájek was also in receipt of a von Humboldt award at the TH Darmstadt, Fachbereich Mathematik.[1][2]



  1. ^ Hájek, Otomar (1979) Discontinuous differential equations, I, Journal of Differential Equations, Volume 32, Issue 2, May 1979, pages 149–170
  2. ^ http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/pub_hn_query.humboldtianer_details?p_externe_id=7000115547&p_lang=de&p_pattern=Hajek Otomar Hájek at the Humboldt Foundation
  3. ^ Book Review: Elliott, Robert J. (1977) Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. Volume 83, Number 2, 243–248. Reviewed Work: Otomar Hájek, Pursuit games. Mathematics in Science and Engineering, vol. 120, Academic Press, New York, 1975, xii + 266 pp.

Otomar Hájek at the Mathematics Genealogy Project