Ms. Uldrijanová brings to INDRC more than 15 years of leadership experience in the business, customer care and non-profit sectors. Since 2016, she has led the Czech non-profit organization Liga vozíčkářů with nearly 100 employees, helping people with physical and combined disabilities. She led the fundraising and communications for the organization, created effective strategies to maximize donations, identified and explored donor pools with a focus on creating long-term collaborations, and built business relationships as well as alliances with other nonprofits. She also participated in the creation of a podcast series introducing the world of disabled people to the public, and organized sporting and cultural events for people with disabilities and their families. Since 2009, she served as the General Manager of the Regus office in Brno, a British company that operates worldwide in more than 120 countries and provides back-office services for teams of all sizes on flexible terms.
Ms. Uldrijanová is involved in several networking business clubs and is an active member of the Regional Chamber of Commerce in Brno, a major business association in the Czech Republic. Ms. Uldrijanová graduated in 1998 with a Master’s Degree in History from the Faculty of Arts and Geography of the Faculty of Sciences of Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic.
Dr. Lerch is a clinical neurologist and researcher at Department of Neurology, Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and Motol University Hospital in Prague. He received his MD and PhD in Neuroscience from the Charles University in Prague for his work on the use of advanced imaging methods in early diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders of the brain. In addition to Motol University Hospital, he trained at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweeden and Queensland Brain Institute in Brisbane, Australia.
Focus of Dr. Lerch’s research is the evaluation and analysis of brain changes in early phases of neurodegenerative disorders using structural and diffusion MRI techniques. As the primary data analyst and data manager of the Czech Brain Aging Study, he has deep experience with handling large multivariate datasets, statistical analysis and multivariate modeling. In addition, Dr. Lerch assists Prague based start-up company NeuronaLab with development of AI based tools for MRI assessment.
Jaroslav Lískovec graduated in 2004 from the Brno University of Technology in Economics and Management. Since 2018 he has been the Director of the National Center of Industry 4.0 which operates within the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics at the Czech Technical University in Prague. He serves as an advisor on innovation, investment and economic strategy to the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic.
Prior to that, he worked as a Director of the Strategy Section of the state-owned company National Agency for Communication and Information Technologies (NAKIT). He had experience with the preparation and construction of industrial zones within CzechInvest, e.g. the largest industrial zone TRIANGLE in the Czech Republic (EUR 100 mil). He also worked as an advisor to the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic in the area of infrastructure building for high-speed internet for digitization, eGovernment and Industry 4.0. Jaroslav Liskovec acts as the President and co-founder of the TRIX Connection company.
Eva Troppová received her PhD from the Mendel University in Brno in the field of Wood Science and Technology. After graduation in 2015, she worked as a postdoc researcher and led the laboratory of thermal properties in the Josef Ressel Research Center Brno. She was involved in several national and international projects. In 2016 she acted as the project manager for European grants at the CEITEC Brno University of Technology. In 2017 she joined the Project Management Office of the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics at the Czech Technical University in Prague. As the project manager, she is responsible for the preparation and implementation of international grants, e.g. the successful H2020 Teaming project RICAIP (Research and Innovation Centre on Advanced Industrial Production, € 50M). She is the executive director of the creative studio VisionBase focused on branding and advertising.
Vít Dočkal graduated in 2006 from the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University with two doctoral degrees from the Department of Political Science, and International Relations and European Studies.
In the years of 2009 – 2013 he had been leading the ICRC Project Management Office at St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno – a large R&D infrastructure funded by € 180M from the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) and the state funds. Since 2013 he works as the professional project manager at the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CIIRC CTU). As the head of the Project Management Office (2013 – 2021), he was responsible for the strategic project management agenda of € 100M+.
He led the project team during the preparation of the EDS Grant for the new CIIRC facility, OP RDE projects (Excellent Research Teams call of the ESIF-Operational Programme Research, Development and Education) and successful H2020 Teaming project RICAIP (Research and Innovation Centre on Advanced Industrial Production, € 50M). Vít Dočkal is the head of the CLAIRE Prague Office, closely involved in CLAIRE’s engagement with industry and in supporting the AI ecosystem in Central and Eastern Europe. He is also co-founder of the start-up company TRIX Connections.
Aneta is an expert in medical law and the law and ethics of artificial intelligence. She studied at Charles University in Prague, McGill University in Canada, Yale University in the U.S., and Oxford University in the UK. She has experience in providing legal and consultancy services to life sciences companies. She also has a strong background in public affairs, having worked in the Parliament of the Czech Republic as a legal expert and advisor for several years. Aneta is a co-founder and formal director of several successful non-profit projects and organizations in the area of education, medical law, and ethics.