Mgr. Martin Chovančík, Ph.D.


Office: 4.27
Joštova 218/10
602 00 Brno

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Curriculum vitae

Name, first names, scientific degrees
  • Martin Chovančík, Ph.D.
Department/Faculty/University
  • Department of International Relations and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University
Function, current position
  • Assistant professor
  • Head of International Relations and European Politics bachelor program
Education and academic qualifications
  • 2014: Ph.D. in International relations, Masaryk University, Summa cum laude, dissertation topic: The effectiveness of arms embargoes in the management of armed conflicts
Professional experience
  • 09/2015–Present Assistant professor: Masaryk university, Brno
  • 10/2014–06/2015 Post-doctoral research fellow: Palackého university, Olomouc
  • 03/2012–Present Researcher: International Institute of Political Science, Brno
  • 02/2007–06/2009 Editor: Jagello 2000
  • 02/2008–12/2011 Interpreter: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the SR
  • 03/2005–05/2013 Interpreter: Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Jagello
  • 2000, International Institute of Political Science
Teaching activities
  • List available at: https://www.muni.cz/en/people/102878-martin-chovancik/teaching
  • ▪ Responding to crises with measures short of force ▪ Peace economics ▪ Theories of Conflict, War and Peace in IR ▪ International Sanctions ▪ Crisis Management Operations ▪ International Security ▪ Global Politics: Current Issues ▪ Research of International Relations
Research activities
  • arms trade, defense industry, sanctions, mediation, conflict management
  • Projects:
  • Mediation training for IR (MUNI/FR/1313/2019) - solver
  • Maximizing EU restrictive measure signaling (MUNI/23/1113/2018) - solver
  • Metodika predikce, včasného varování a prevence hrozeb plynoucích z regionálních ozbrojených konfliktů pro vnitřní bezpečnost ČR (VI20172020094) - author and team member
  • Cooperation on Conflict Prevention and Early Warning research (7F16035) - solver
  • Politické a bezpečnostní výzvy vládnutí v současné Evropě (MUNI/A/0768/2011) - team member
Professional stays abroad
  • Erasmus stays: 4
  • 03/2015–09/2015 Visiting fellow, University of Toronto, Munk school of global affairs, Toronto
  • 02/2011–06/2011 Research fellow, University of Aberystwyth, Wales, Aberystwyth
Other academic activities, research projects, grants
  • Head of International Relations and European Politics bachelor program
  • Shared international program board member, KMVES FSS
  • Study adviser IREP
Non-university activities
  • 2018: Supporting Peace Negotiation and Mediation on Track I: Working Towards Comprehensive Peace Agreements, ZIF Berlin
  • 2018: PRINCE2 Foundation project management in international projects, Axelos
  • 2017: Course on Trust, Diplomacy and Conflict Transformation, ICCS Birmingham

2020/03/10