Conference

Minin contributed to Central European Day of Energy 2018

Nikita Minin contributed to the conference Central European Day of Energy 2018, which took place on November 5, 2018 in Brussels. The contribution was mainly based on co-authorship of the policy paper published by Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP).

Central European Day of Energy 2018 was organised by the Central Europe Energy Partners in cooperation with the European Commission (DG Energy), with the support of International Visegrad Fund and under the auspices of the Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Group, on November 5 in Brussels.

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.

Petr Ocelik organized colloquium on Social Network Analysis

A colloquium titled "Society and networks" was hosted by Peter Ocelik, together with Tomas Diviak and Petr Vasat, as the Department of International Relations in Brno. The event took place on December 12, 2016.

Colloqiuim was organized under auspices of Faculty of Social Studies of Masaryk University, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Department of Sociology of Philosophical Faculty of Charles University.

Zapletalová and Lehotský at Energy Summer School

Veronika Zapletalová and Lukáš Lehotský took part at the Summer School on Energy Security organized by Slovenské Elektrárne in Mojmírovce, Slovakia. 

Both Veronika and Lukáš were invited as panel chairs.

Research Unveiled the Behavioural Patterns of Russian State-Owned Energy Companies in CEE

On Monday June 22, the Czech Senate hosted an international conference aimed to present outcomes of a long-term research dealing with behavioural patterns of Russian state-owned companies within natural gas and nuclear sectors in the Central and Eastern Europe. The research was conducted within a partnership between the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University and the Prague Security Studies Institute.