Lukáš Lehotský

  • Lecturer – Energy Security Studies Program, International Relations and Energy Security

Lukáš  is PhD candidate at the Department of International Relations and European Studies. His current research focuses on activism networks in response to lignite coal mining and policy networks related to coal mining and environmental policy in the Czech Republic.

In the past, he participated in research projects on gas market integration in Visegrad countries, energy efficiency in the Visegrad Group and Ukraine, as well as project on behaviour of Russian state owned enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe.

He lectures on energy efficiency, social science methods, programming for social scientsits, and computer-aided text analysis.