Martin Švec Associate Researcher
Martin Švec is a researcher at the Centre for Governance of Emerging Technologies. He graduated in Law at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University in Brno, where he is currently pursuing his doctoral studies in International and European Law. His professional interests include international energy law, international investment law, international environmental law and international space law. He also works as an assistant at the Department of Law and Technology, Faculty of Law in Brno.
- Švec, Martin; Boháček, Petr; Schmidt, Nikola. 2023. „From Terrestrial to Celestial: Social License to Operate as a Space Mining Enabler.ˮ The Palgrave Handbook of Social License to Operate and Energy Transitions. Palgrave Studies in Energy Transitions. Cham: Pelgrave Macmillan. (Link)
- Schmidt, Nikola; Švec, Martin. 2019. "Dilemmas for Planetary Defense Posed by the Current International Law Framework." In Schmidt, Nikola (ed.). Planetary Defense: Global Collaboration for Defending Earth from Asteroids and Comets. Cham: Springer, 245-260. (Link)
- Radvan, Michal; Švec, Martin. 2017. "Chapter 10: Czech Republic". In Lang, Michael (ed.). The Impact of Bilateral Investment Treaties on Taxation. Amsterdam: IBFD. (Link)
- Švec, Martin. 2022. Outer Space, an Area Recognised as Res Communis Omnium: Limits of National Space Mining Law. Space Policy. Published online: 26 Jan 2022. (Link)
- Švec, Martin; Barra, Matteo. 2018. Reinforcing Energy Governance under the EU Energy Diplomacy: A Proposal for Strengthening Energy Frameworks in Africa. European Journal of Risk Regulation. Vol. 9, issue 2. (Link)
- 2020: Secure Intelligent Methods for Advanced RecoGnition of malware and stegomalware, 833042 – SIMARGL, Horizon.