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Curriculum Vitae

Person-Related Identification Information
  • Doc. Filip Černoch, Ph.D.
Department
  • Department of International Relations and European Studies
Employment - Position
  • Associate Professor
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 2018: Habilitation in Political Science, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University (Thesis: “Energy Transition: the Case Study of Germany and the Czech Republic”). 2011: PhD in Political Science, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University (Thesis: “Energy Policy of the EU and Energy Interests of the Czech Republic”). 2006: MA in International Relations, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University (Thesis: Oil Weapon and its Impact on Foreign Policies of U.S. and Europe”).
Employment
  • Since 2018: Associate Professor, department of International Relations and European Studies, FSS MU.
Teaching Activities
  • Energetická politika EU. Energy Policy of the EU. Environmentální aspekty energetiky. Environmental Aspects of Energy. Energetická bezpečnost: východiska a implikace pro fungování mezinárodního systému. Exploring Energy Security: An Introduction. Introduction to Energy Security: Related Concepts.
Scientific and Research Activities
  • • Principal investigator of the research grant “Exploring and explaining participation in local opposition: case of brown coal mining in Horní Jiřetín”, GACR, 2017-2020 (Junion GACR). • Co-applicant of research grant “Integrace trhů se zemním plynem v rámci regionu V4: současný stav a výhled”, Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, 2016. • Principal investigator of the research grant “Impacts of the Energiewende on the energy security of Czech republic and Poland”, Czech-Polish Forum, 2016. • Co-operation on the grant proposed by Slovak Foreign Policy Association “Building Capacities for Energy Sector Reform: Sharing V4 Experience with Ukraine”, International Visegrad Fund, 2015-2016. • Principal investigator of the research grant „Diversity of gas supplies as a key precondition for the effective V4 gas market“, International Visegrad Fund, 2014. • Co-investigator of the grant “Carbon Capture & Storage – Sharing Knowledge and Experience, Norwegian Funds, 2014-2016. • Principal investigator of the research grant „Nová role Německa v EU, budoucnost osy Berlín-Paříž a perspektivy vícerychlostní Evropy z hlediska zahraničně-politických zájmů ČR“, Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, 2013. • Co-investigator of research grant “Energetická infrastruktura a její vliv na energetickou bezpečnost”, Grant Agency of Masaryk University, 2013-2015. • Co-investigator of research grant „Břidličný plyn: nová oblast česko-polské spolupráce“, Czech-Polish Forum, 2012. • Co-investigator of OPVK project „Innovation for Education on the Department of International Relations and European Studies“, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, 2011-2014. • Co-investigator of research grant „Unconventional Sources of Natural Gas – Potential and Possible Outcomes for the CEE Region“, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the CR 2011. • Co-investigator of research grant „Future of the Druzhba Pipeline as a Strategic Challenge for Czech and Polish Republic“, Czech-Polish Forum, 2011. • Co-investigator of research grant „Russia´s Activity in the Countries Exporting the LNG“, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, 2010. • Principal investigator of the research grant „Energy security of the Czech Republic and a Future of Energy Policy of the EU“, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, 2010. • Principal investigator of the research grant „Czech-Polish Energy Co-operation – Advocacy of Common Interests in the EU“, Czech-Polish Forum, 2010. • Principal investigator of the research grant „Research of the National Populism and Nationalism in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia“, Visegrad Fund 2010. • Co-investigator of research grant "LNG: an Alternative to the Russia´s Supply of Natural Gas to the EU?“, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, 2008.
Activities Outside University
  • Since 2016: Member of the editorial board of “Global Security: Health, Science and Policy” journal (Routledge). Since 2014: Member of the “ Interdepartmental Working Group on Climate Issues” of the Czech government.
Major Publications
  • ČERNOCH, Filip, Břetislav DANČÁK a Jan OSIČKA. Energiewende: Současný stav, budoucí vývoj a důsledky pro ČR. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2015. 121 s. ISBN 978-80-210-7905-2. URL info
  • ČERNOCH, Filip, Vladimír HANDL, Vladan HODULÁK, Oldřich KRPEC, Petr OCELÍK, William E. PATERSON, Elza TULMETS a Michal VÍT. Nová role Německa v EU, budoucnost osy Berlín-Paříž a perspektivy vícerychlostní Evropy z hlediska zahraničně-politických zájmů ČR. Neuveden: Neuveden, 2013. 140 s. info
  • ČERNOCH, Filip a Veronika ZAPLETALOVÁ. Energetická politika Evropské unie. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2012. 156 s. ISBN 978-80-210-6073-9. info
  • OCELÍK, Petr a Filip ČERNOCH. Konstruktivismus a energetická bezpečnost v mezinárodních vztazích. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2012. 118 s. ISBN 978-80-210-6081-4. info
  • ČERNOCH, Filip. Blaski i cienie promowania polityki energetycznej w Unii Europejskiej. In Ondřej Krutílek, Artur Wołek. Bezplodny sojuz? Polska i Czechy w Unii Europejskiej. Krakow-Brno: Osrodek Mysli Politycznej a Centrum pro studium demokracie a kultury, 2011. s. 195 - 203, 9 s. Studia i analizy 14. ISBN 978-83-62628-18-6. info
  • ČERNOCH, Filip a Petr OCELÍK. Czech-Polish Co-operation in the Field of Energy: The Potential of LNG for Energy Security in Central Europe. In Poland and Czech Republic - Fields of Cooperation. Warszawa: Fundacja Centrum Stosunków Międzynarodowych, 2010. s. 41-58, 18 s. ISBN 978-83-88216-54-1. URL info

2020/02/17


Curriculum Vitae: doc. Mgr. Filip Černoch, Ph.D. (učo 65444), version: English(1), last update: 2020/02/17 08:56, F. Černoch