Katarína Svitková, Ph.D. is an Associate Research Fellow at EUROPEUM, focusing on areas of climate change, sustainability, education, innovation and development policy. She earned a Bachelor degree in International Area Studies and a Master’s degree in Security Studies from Charles University (CU) in Prague. She completed a PhD in International Relations at the Department of Security Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences of the CU, focusing on urban governance and resilience policy of cities. She conducted a part of her studies at the University of Miami (FL) and the University of Granada (Spain).
Katarina has worked in higher education as lecturer and teaching assistant at the CU. She has conducted research in security studies and policy analysis at the CU, leading and participating in several international research projects. Her PhD research has concluded in a forthcoming monograph to be published by Routledge / Taylor and Francis. She previously worked as a project coordinator at the Institute of International Relations in Prague.
In addition to research and teaching, she has worked in the area of international higher education.