Political scientist, analyst of public administration and regional development. Studied political science and international relations at Charles University in Prague (Bc., 1997), political science specializing in comparative political science, general political science and political geography there (Mgr., 2002), public administration and regional development at the University of Management in Bratislava (Mgr., 2014), he obtained his doctorate in political theory at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the Charles University in Nitra (PhD., 2015). He also studied pedagogy for secondary school teachers at the National Institute of Further Education in Pardubice (2015). In addition to his teaching activities at secondary schools, he worked in 2007-2015 as a teacher and scientist at the ARC-LFSS in Kolín and Kutná Hora, where he was also Vice-Rector (2010-2015). He has experience in working in the state administration (Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Culture), from WS 2016-17 lectures at VŠMVV Prague, where he also participates as one of the main researchers in the grant of Ministry of Culture in museum education – PR and Marketing in Museums. He specializes in political science, especially in the areas of international migration, election studies, totalitarianism, political partyism and policy analysis, and in the field of public administration, especially marketing and marketing management in the public sector.