Petr Ocelík took his PhD in International Territorial Studies at the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, where he works as an Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and European Studies and a Researcher at the International Institute of Political Science.
His main research interests are social acceptance and local opposition towards energy infrastructure. In his teaching, Petr focuses on social science methodology, social network analysis (SNA), International Relations theories, and international security. He has been involved in both domestic (GA ČR, GA MU, TA ČR) and international (COMPON) research projects. Petr is a member of Center for Energy Studies (CENERS), a co-founder of informal network of Czech researchers interested in SNA (CNSNA), and a member of Standing Group on Political Networks in the European Consortium of Political Research (SG PN ECPR). In 2013, he has completed a one-semester research stay at Aberystwyth University.
Selected publications are available here.
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