Session Coordinator

Petra Karlová

Petra graduated from architecture at UMPRUM in Prague and now works as a freelance architect. Her work consists primarily of school renovations and transformations, but her interest is shifting to cultural and community projects. Petra enjoys exploring the liminal space between the rational and the unfathomable and tries to use this duality in architecture – and keep it present in everyday life. She believes that art is an indispensable part of our lives; apart from arts, her daily inspirations come through aikido, yoga, meditation, and, if time allows, mountain hikes. Petra is currently moving to a 200-year-old house in the forests of the Eagle Mountains in Eastern Bohemia to explore a different approach to engaging with nature and find a new meaning of having a Home, in sync with our session topic. In addition to architecture and philosophy, Petra will dedicate her time there to permaculture gardening and expanding her flock of parrots.

Turnus E

AI and Particle Physics

Oliver Matonoha

Contemporary City Planning

Soňa Ondrejčáková

Economics for the 21st century

Kristina Zindulková

Imagining For a Better Future

Žofie Hobzíková

Law and Climate

David Chytil

Medical Science in the 21. century

Václav Melenovský

Music: From Science to Creative Process

Laura Prachárová

Nationalism Good, Bad and Ugly

Hubert Otevřel


Anežka Zemanová

The Arab Middle East

Adéla Provazníková