Workshops and seminars (ENERGIES)

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“.