Černoch at Pázmány Peter Catholic University in Budapest

Filip Černoch lectured at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Pázmány Peter Catholic University in Budapest between April 22 and April 25, 2018.

He delivered a series of lectures on energy security, decarbonization and impact energy transition is having on the stability of the international system.

Ocelík at conference in Newcastle, Australia

Petr Ocelík presented interim findings of research project on policy network analysis of the Czech coal mining domain, researched in cooperation with the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, at the Mine Rehab Conference in Newcastle, Australia.

The presentation focused on the role of expert information exchange for a policy change.

Minin at Central European Day of Energy

Nikita Minin participated at the Central European Day of Energy. The event was aimed at discussing state of innovations in the energy industry in Central and Eastern Europe.  

The event was co-organised by Central Europe Energy Partners and the European Commission (DG Energy), with the support of International Visegrad Fund and under the auspices of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group, on the 11th of December, in Brussels.

Osicka at SET Plan 2017 conference

Jan Osicka delivered a contribution at the 10th SET Plan conference, which took place in Bratislava between November 29 and December 1.

Jan was on a panel titled "Market integration - Central European natural gas market". He based his speech on results of a recently published paper on gas market integration in V4 countries, published earlier this year.

You may access a video from the panel at the conference website.

Vlček at conference in St. Petersburg

Tomáš Vlček participated at the 10th annual conference ENERGETIKA XXI: Economy, Policy, Ecology in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.

In his presentation titled "Geopolitics of the Nuclear Power Plant Projects in the Baltic Region" he analyzed the strategic interests of key regional actors in the Baltic region and Belarus with a special emphasis on the Astravets nuclear power plant in Belarus.