Milan Husar is a lecturer and researcher at Spectra Centre of Excellence of the EU at Department of Spatial Planning, Institute of Management, STU Bratislava. Within the Institute of Management he serves as Deputy director for international relations. He acts as the chairman of the Working Group for assessing the compliance of the study program with the standards for the Spatial Planning study program. He is a member of the STU Gender Equality Working Group. He has participated in a number of national international research projects covering topics of smart cities, biodiversity protection and spatial planning. He has a PhD. Degree in spatial planning (2016). For the past 5 years he had been invited for multiple lecturers at Middle East Technical University at the Department of City and Regional Planning. As a Fulbright Scholar spent 6 months at Arizona State University working in Centre Behavior, Institutions and the Environment founded as a sister centre of the Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis at Indiana University, as well as other research stays across Europe.

In the period 2022-2023, he served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of European Planning Schools AESOP, is a national representative within the Committee of Representatives for Slovakia and works as a senior advisor within the Young Academics Network (2023-2024).

Research interests: smart cities, biodiversity protection, brownfield regeneration, multilevel governance, urban design

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