# Welcome!

Welcome to my website. My name is Martin Scholtz and I am theoretical physicist. My primary research interest is the theory of gravitation and Einstein's general theory of relativity. On this page you will find details about my work, students will find here some study materials. At this time, the site is still under construction.## Lectures

This section is devoted to my students, primarily. At this time, I teach the subject *Theoretical physics in transportation* at the Faculty of Transportation Sciences, the Czech Technical University in Prague. The material here varies in time, but my textbooks, Maple worksheets and some pieces of the theory can be found here always. In due time I will add more topics which will be accessible permanently.

Another purpose of this section is to publish my notes from various areas of mathematics and physics (occasionally programming). When I was a student, I used to produce a large amount of hand-written notes, but eventually I had to get rid of them (and I regret it until today). Later, I found that much more efficient is to type my notes into $\LaTeX$ directly, because then it is easier to share them and they have bigger chance to survive. But, thanks to the powerful MathJax script, it is possible to insert $\LaTeX$ formulae directly into HTML code. Consequently, I decided to publish my notes on these pages. I would like to publish topics related to my own research, and I want to collect things which are not so easily accessible here. I hope that this could help to other researchers. Moreover, you can right-click on any $\LaTeX$ equation and display corresponding code directly, so that you can save some time by downloading the code rather than typing it by yourself. I will try to provide the references to existing literature as well and these references will be available on each page in the $\text{Bib}\TeX$ format.

## Research

In this section I present the results of my research, conference contributions, etc.

## Students

Here I publish the theses which I supervised, at this time bachelor and diploma theses.

## Personal

My personal data.Last update of this page: February 27 2015 15:54:31.