Members of ENERGIES team regularly take part at international conferences and seminars.
· Juraj Marušiak took part in the conference “Good Neighborhood Treaties of Poland after 1990”, which took place in Warsaw, February 22, 2018. He presented a paper "Polish-Slovak relations after 1989 - perception of the Slovak side. Good Neighborhood and the Challenges of Migration".
· Matúš Mišík presented his research at Masaryk University in Brno on March 22, 2018. He delivered a lecture "Powering Up the Technodrome: Energy sustainability in the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle".
· Matúš Mišík took part in the 25th International Conference of Europeanists in Chicago, USA, March 27 – April 1, where he presented a paper "The Impact of the Past: Central and Eastern European Legacies and their Influence on Energy Transition".
· Matus Mišík took part in the 2018 Symposium on Energy Transformations in Berlin, Germany, February 19 -21, where he participated in the debate on energy transition in the European Union.
· Matúš Mišík took part in the conference V4 and energy security in Baku, Azerbaijan, May 2-4, where he presented a paper "Energy Policy Cooperation within the V4 Countries".
· Juraj Marušiak took part in a panel discussion at the European Economic Congress, Katowice, Poland, May 4, 2018, presenting a paper "Putin 4.0. Russia and its policy towards the region in the year of the presidential elections".
· Matus Mišík was a lecturer at the Small States Summer School in Reykjavik, June 18 - 30, 2018, speaking on the EU member states from Central and Eastern Europe.
· Matúš Mišík took part in “Small States and the New Security Environment” conference held on June 26 2018 at the University of Iceland, Reykjavík. He made a presentation on “The External Energy Policy of the EU - Small Member States Perspective”, producing the correspondent policy paper.
· Matúš Mišík lectured at the Antall József Summer School, July 2-13, 2018 in Budapest. The topic was the European Union's energy policy in relation to the energy transition in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
· Veronika Oravcová attended the General ECPR conference in August 2018 in Hamburg, Germany, where she presented a paper „Energy in Central and Eastern Europe: Examining 14 Years of Research”.
· Matúš Mišík visited Energy Community Summer School in August 2018 in Ohrid, FYR Macedonia, where he was a mentor of „Political Wednesday”.
· Zsolt Gál attended the UACES 48th Annual Conference in September 2018 at the University of Bath, UK, where he presented a paper „The lock-in syndrome of Central and Eastern Europe. The risks of nuclear energy expansion”.
· Juraj Marušiak took part in the Slovak Security Forum, Bratislava, Slovakia, October 1, 2018, where he participated in the panel called “Twenty-five years of foreign and security policy of the Slovak Republic - where are we and where are we heading?"
· Juraj Marušiak attended the “Budapest dialogue: International scientific conference of the project Russia and Central Europe”, October 3-5, where he presented a paper “Visegrad Group and the Energy Relations with the Russian Federation”.
· Juraj Marušiak took part in the Slovak-Russian Discussion Forum III, Bratislava, Slovakia, October 16, 2018, participating in a panel "Slovak-Russian Relations: bilateral, regional (V4) and the EU contexts".
· Juraj Marušiak took part in a panel discussion on Geopolitical Reorganization in Europe, held in Budapest October 31, 2018, organized by The Danube Institute.
Matúš Mišík had an invited talk at „V4 energy security workshop” in Baku in May 2018.
Matúš Mišík presented a paper „The impact of the past: Central and Eastern European legacies and energy transition“ at 25th International Conference of Europeanists in Chicago in March 2018.
Matúš Mišík was invited to „Transformations of Energy Systems – Historical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” that took place at Max Planck Society in Berlin in February 2018.
Matúš Mišík in November 2017 participated in a conference in Milan, Italy - Transitions in Energy History: State of the Art and New Perspectives – where he presented the contribution "Central and Eastern European legacies and their influence on energy transition”.
Matúš Mišík attended a workshop in Brussels in October 2017, participating in the discussion on Nord Stream 2 and its potential impact on the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Veronika Prachárová and Matúš Mišík attended the General ECPR conference in September 2017 in Oslo, Norway, where they presented a paper „A perfect compliance? Nuclear power in Central and Eastern European countries and the EU membership“.