Kateřina Davidová works as a Research Fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, focussing on the European Green Deal agenda and the Fit for 55 package. She also works at the Centre for Transport and Energy, where she focusses on the climate and energy policy of the EU and the Czech Republic, and the Central European region’s transformation to low-carbon economy. Kateřina’s work experience includes internships at the British Embassy in Prague, Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic and the Forum 2000 Foundation. She holds a BA degree in International Area Studies and an MA degree in American Studies from Charles University in Prague. Kateřina also studied abroad at the University of Bath and the University of Melbourne.
National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (Hungary)
Head of Department of Network Security and Internet Technologies
Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences