Katarina Monkova
Affiliation: FMT TU Kosice with seat in Presov
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Professor Katarina MONKOVA was inaugurated in the field of Mechanical Engineering at West Bohemia University in Pilsen (Czech Republic) in 2016. She received a PhD degree in 2006 and a habilitation degree in 2008, both at Technical University of Košice, Slovakia, in the field of Manufacturing technologies and materials. Currently, she acts as a Professor of Production Engineering at the Department of computer aid of manufacturing technologies. Her theoretical knowledge and extensive activities for industrial enterprises enable her to combine scientific and professional activities in the fields of production engineering and technical devices design with areas of her interest such as analysis and simulations of technical components, additive manufacturing focused on cellular materials. She is a member of the Sectoral Verification and Evaluation Panels for Technical Information Sciences at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic and a member of the Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Research Team (AMTRteam) as the top team of Slovakia in the Mechanical Engineering field. She is also a member of many international scientific organizations; a member/co-chair of scientific committees at a huge number of international conferences; as well as a member of evaluation and graduation committees in Slovakia and abroad. Katarina Monkova is the author of 12 books, she also serves as an Editor of Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 2020 and Guest Editor of Materials Journal. She is also a member of Editorial Boards and a reviewer in many distinguished journals (registered in CCC, WoS, and Scopus databases). During her long-term work at FMT TU Košice with the seat in Prešov, she has been a responsible researcher and a member of teams in many (more than 50) international and domestic scientific or industrial projects. Currently, she is an author of 2 patents, author more than 320 publications, with more than 350 citations in the WoS and SCOPUS databases,