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prof. Maroš Finka

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, deputy director of the institute
President of the Association of European Schools of Planning (2020/22), Professor at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, UN Habitat III expert, Director of the SPECTRA EU Centre of Excellence at STU in Bratislava. For several years Director of the Institute of Spatial Planning at STU in Bratislava, Vice Rector of the University, UN Habitat III expert, expert of the Slovak Government Office and President of the Slovak Smart City Cluster, visiting professor at East China Normal University, senior expert at the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Investment, co-founder of SPECTRA CE CHINA.

He has participated in more than 40 national and more than 35 international research projects, more than 30 national and 22 international projects as a project or team leader covering the topics of European spatial planning, smart green urban and rural development, regeneration and environmental planning. He has been a member of national and international scientific councils, a member of the German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning, a member of the advisory boards of the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development, the Ministry of the Interior of the Federal State. Rheinland Pfalz. He has worked as an expert at the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Office of the Government of the Slovak Republic, the Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic, the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic, the Ministry of Investment Regional Development and Innovation of the Slovak Republic.

He has also been published in books and international planning journals (author or co-author of 41 books, more than 100 published papers, more than 120 papers presented at international scientific events. He is co-chair of SPA-CE.NET - Network of Spatial Research and Planning Institutions in Central and Eastern Europe and the EU-China University Alliance for Smart Sustainable Development and Innovation. He is considered one of the leading academics in CEE countries in the field of spatial planning. He has been awarded as Researcher of the Year in Slovakia by the International Danubius Award 2017 for Research.
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