RNDr. Iva Dostálková, Ph.D.


1981 Master degree (RNDr.) in mathematical analysis, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University Prague
2002 Ph.D. degree in ecology, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice


1981-1996 Laboratory of biomathematics, Institute of Entomology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences
1996 - University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice
    administration of computer network
    administration of www pages


1996 - Computers
Processing and presentation of biological data
mathematics for biologists


2003-2004 Game theory analysis of nursing synchronization in domestic sows: Modelling and empirical testing grant KJB6307301 of the Grant Agency of the Czech Academy of Sciences (M. Špinka, I. Dostálková)
2006-2008 Modelling of Behavioral synchronization grant IAA601410612 of the Grant Agency of the Czech Academy of Sciences (I. Dostálková, M. Špinka)


Dostálková I., Špinka M., Kindlmann P. (2002): Begging for milk: Evolution of teat massaging in suckling pigs. J.Theor.Biol. 215(3): 321-332.
Dostálková I., Kindlmann P., Dixon A.F.G. (2002): Are classical predator-prey models relevant to the real world? J.Theor.Biol. 218(3): 323-330
Dostálková I., Kindlmann P., 2004. Evolutionarily stable strategies for stochastic processes. Theor. Popul. Biol. 65(3): 205-210.
Krištůfek V., Elhotová D., Chroňáková A., Dostálková I., Picek T., Kalčík J., 2005. Growth Strategy of Heterotrophic Bacterial Population along Successional Sequence on Spoil of Brown Coal Colliery Substrate. Folia Microbiol. 50(5): 427-435.
Dostálková I., Špinka M., 2007. Synchronization of behaviour in pairs: the role of communication and consequences in timing. J.Anim. Beh., 74(6): 1735-1762.