Thesis topic: Spatiotemporal behaviour of children living in suburban localities of Prague metropolitan region
Begun: October 2018
Thematic research group: Urban and Regional laboratory (URRlab)
Link to relevant web pages: http://urrlab.cz/cs/profil/pavel-frydrych
Current and recent research projects:
2020 - present (co-researcher): Prague suburbs: the dynamics of social environment within
the growing metropolis. NAKI 2, Ministry of Culture.
2018 - present (co-researcher, administrator): Real populations in Prague and Central
Bohemia region: daily mobility monitoring and population prognosis. Technology Agency of
the Czech Republic (TAČR).
- 10/2018 - present Ph.D. (Doctoral degree), Social Geography and Regional Development, Charles University, Faculty of Science
- 10/2016 - 09/2018 Mgr. (Master’s degree), Landscape and society, Charles University, Faculty of Science
- 10/2012 - 06/2016 Bc. (Bachelor’s degree), Geography and Cartography, Charles University, Faculty of Science
My dissertation project focuses on the spatio-temporal behavior of older school age children and adolescents living in suburban areas of the Prague metropolitan area. Children make up a significant part of the population in this area, but have not been included at all in research. The aim of the project is to identify and describe the problems associated with their daily mobility and to find out what role information and communication technologies play in their everyday lives and mobility. It will be particularly important to find out how they themselves perceive these problems and technologies in their lives.
- November 2019: Role informačních a komunikačních technologií v každodenním životě dětí. Brno. Města budoucnosti – VII. brněnská konference urbánních studií
Teaching: Methods in Social geography I (WT, ST 2019/2020)
Member of Czech Geographical Society