- P. Solin et al: The FEMhub Project and Classroom Teaching of Elementary Numerical Methods, Oregon State University, Corvallis, November 2 - 3, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Computing with Adaptive Higher-Order Finite Elements, Oregon State University, Corvallis, November 2 - 3, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Solving Nonstationary Multiphysics PDE Problems with Space-Time Adaptive hp-FEM on Dynamical Meshes, Idaho National Lab, Idaho Falls, September 9, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Hermes and FEMhub Projects, SciPy 2009 Conference, Caltech, Pasadena, August 18 - 23, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Computing with Adaptive Higher-Order Finite Elements, CST Darmstadt, Germany, August 3, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Solving Multiphysics PDE Problems with Space-Time Adaptive hp-FEM on Dynamical Meshes, INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France, July 16, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Computing with Adaptive Higher-Order Finite Elements, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, July 14, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Computing with Adaptive Higher-Order Finite Elements, New Technologies Research Centre, Pilsen, June 30, 2009.
- P. Solin et al: Solving Multiphysics PDE Problems with Space-Time Adaptive hp-FEM on Dynamical Meshes, Dortmund University of Technology, Dortmund, Germany, June 15, 2009.
- P. Solin, D. Andrs, O. Certik, et al: Adaptive Finite Element Methods: From PDE to Image Compression, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno, April 3, 2009.
- P. Solin: Adaptive Multi-Mesh hp-FEM for Time-Dependent Multi-Physics Problems, Los Alamos National Lab, August 2008.
- I. Dolezel, P. Karban, P. Solin, B. Ulrych: Coupled Problems in Power Engineering Applications, International Conference Electric Power Engineering 2008, Brno, Czech Republic.
- P. Solin: High-Fidelity Computer Methods for Large-Scale Multi-Physics Problems, University of Nevada at Reno, March 2008.
- P. Solin: On the hp-FEM: From the Laplace Equation to Coupled Problems on Multiple Meshes, Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Houston, March 2007.
- P. Solin: On hp-FEM for Symmetric Elliptic Problems, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, March 2005.
- P. Solin: Semi-Orthogonal Shape Functions for hp-FEM, University of Iowa, Iowa City, May 2005.
- P. Solin: Error Estimation and Automatic hp-Adaptivity in hp-FEM, The University of Texas at El Paso, May 2004.
- I. Dolezel, P. Solin: On Electromagnetic-Thermal Treatment of Metals, The University of Texas at El Paso, October 2004,
- P. Solin: Hierarchic edge elements for Maxwell's equations, Physics Department, Rice University, Houston (TX), May 2003.
- I. Dolezel, P. Solin, B. Ulrych: Mathematical and Computer Modeling of Selected Coupled Electromahnetic-Thermal-Mechanical Processes by Nonstandard Techniques, CAAM Department Colloquium, Rice University, September 2003.
- P. Solin, P. Kloucek, L. Demkowicz: Automatic hp-Adaptivity With No Error Estimates, CAAM Department Colloquium, Rice University, October 2003.
- P. Solin, L. Demkowicz: Fully automatic goal-oriented hp-adaptivity for elliptic equations, CAAM, Rice University, Houston (TX), May 2002.
- P. Solin, L. Demkowicz: Fully automatic goal-oriented hp-adaptivity, TICAM, UT Austin, Austin, Texas, September 2002.
- I. Dolezel, P. Solin, B. Ulrych: Selected Integral Formulations for Electromagnetic and Associated Coupled Problems, TICAM, UT Austin, Austin, Texas, September 2002.
- I. Dolezel, P. Solin, B. Ulrych: Selected Integral Formulations for Electromagnetic and Associated Coupled Problems, CAAM, Rice University, Houston, Texas, September 2002.
- P. Solin, I.Babuska: A-Posteriori Error Estimation for Evolutionary Problems Solved by the Method of Lines, TICAM, UT Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2002.
- I. Dolezel, P. Solin, B. Ulrych: Integral Methodology for the Solution of Selected Electromagnetic and Associated Problems, Department of Mathematics, University of Trento, November 2002.
- P. Solin: On the Modelling and Numerics in Some Industrial Problems (Simulation Non-Stationary Induction Heating, Non-Uniqueness of Compressible Flow in Nozzles, Constrained Finite Volume Modelling of Compressible Pipe Flow), OCIAM, Oxford University, Oxford (UK), February 2001.
- P. Solin: On the Non-Uniqueness of Compressible Flow in Axi-Symmetric Geometries, Mathematical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague (Czech Republic), 5 October 2001.
- P. Solin: On the Non-Unique Behaviour of Almost Unidirectional Inviscid Compressible Flows, Mathematical Institute, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany), 9 October 2001.
- P. Solin: On the Non-Unique Behaviour of Almost Unidirectional Inviscid Compressible Flows, On a Class of Novel Fieldless Methods for the Simulation of the Induction Heating, CAAM, Rice University, Houston (TX), October/November 2001.
- P. Solin: On the Construction of the Osher-Solomon Scheme for the Finite Volume Discretitation of the Three-Dimensional Compressible Euler Equations, Mathematical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague (Czech Republic), September 1996.
- P. Solin: Analytical and Numerical Techniques for the Simulation of Transonic Flows in Tubes, Pipes, Ducts and Nozzles, Mathematical Institute, Technical University of Brandenburg, Cottbus (Germany), May 2000..
- P. Solin: Analytical and Numerical Techniques for the Simulation of Transonic Flows in Tubes, Pipes, Ducts and Nozzles, Mathematical Institute, Karls Franzens University, Graz (Austria), May 2000.
- P. Solin: Analytical and Numerical Techniques for the Simulation of Transonic Flows in Tubes, Pipes, Ducts and Nozzles, Institute of Technical and Economical Mathematics, Kaiserslautern (Germany), June 2000.
- P. Solin: On Some Analytical and Numerical Techniques in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Computational Electromagnetics (On a Novel Approach to Grid Point Distribution in Unstructured Grid Generation, Construction of the Osher-Solomon Scheme for 3D Compressible Euler Equations, Application of the MOL to the Compressible Euler Equations and Profit from Advanced ODE Solvers, Compressible Flow in Nozzles and Non-Uniqueness of Stationary Solution, Simulation of Cleaning of Wet Steam Flow, Software Package EULER, On a Novel Method for the Induction Heating of Thin Non-Ferromagnetic Metal Slabs in Transversal Harmonic Electromagnetic Field, A Posteriori Error Estimation for Evolution Problems Solved by the Method of Lines), Mathematical Institute, Technical University of Munich, Munich (Germany), October 2000.