Filip is the head of the EPS program and the coordinator for energy policy research at the department. His primary research interests are energy transitions, environmental dimension of energy policy, and German energy policy.
Břetislav kick-started the research into and teaching of energy issues at FSS. He was previously the director of the International Institute of Political Science and dean of the faculty. His research focuses especially on energy geopolitics and American foreign policy.
Having studied in the UK and China, Hedvika's research interests lie in Asia. She also focuses on social aspects of the energy system and is responsible for developing the topic of energy poverty within the program.
Lukáš is interested in energy efficiency, the future of coal, and research methods, especially network analysis and text analysis. Though he'd personally rather avoid programing at all costs, he enjoys teaching students to program in R. He also assists in organizing our regular energy security summer school.
Veronika coordinates study abroad and internships for the department. Her research is focused especially on topics relating to the European Union: its governance, EU integration developments, external dimension of European energy policy, and European energy market liberalization.
At the department, Martin is in charge of external relations and running the energy security summer school. His research interests include the conceptual foundations of European energy policy, Russia's role in European energy, and the energy policy of the U.S.
In addition to the EPS program, where he founded the energy security summer school, you may also encounter Tomáš at the EERA Energy Strategy Expert Group and Czech Nuclear Education Network. His research focuses on the geopolitics of energy commodities, the nuclear energy industry, and energy policy of post-communist Europe.
Petr is in charge of theory and methodology courses focused on interpretation and analytical tools for energy research. He is an expert in social network analysis of energy and climate policy and is one of the leaders of the European Consortium for Political Research's group for political networks research.
Jan is the student advisor for the EPS program. He is also one of the leaders of the European Consortium for Political Research's group for energy policy research. Jan's research interests include trade in energy commodities, cross-border impacts of energy policy reforms, and energy transitions.