PhD Candidate, Teaching Librarian, Open Science Specialist
Czech University of Life Science in Prague
Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Center for Environmental and Technology Ethics - Prague (CETE-P)
Tereza is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Economics and Management, Czech University of Life Science, where she is also a teaching librarian. In her research she focus on bibliometrics analysis to map the research domains. As part of her dissertation, she research remote collaboration, virtual teams, digital nomads and other flexible forms of working. More information about her research you can find in Projects and Publications.
She is also an Open Science Specialist and Data Steward at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences, in the Center for Environmental and Technology Ethics - Prague (CETE-P). She is the PI in the project Stop Predatory Practices. In her free time, she popularizes topics related to Open Science on Tiktok and Instagram.
Tereza is on the board of the Czech Association of Doctoral Researchers, member of Information Education and Information Literacy Working Group, and member of Working group for scientific data management in the Czech Republic.