International Masaryk Conference for Ph.D. Students and Young Researchers 2019, vol. X. (Dec 16, 2019 - Dec 18, 2019)


Coverage of conference sections

Business management
This conference section focuses on the broader aspects of managing businesses, which encompass the essential organisational, economic and legal contexts. It accepts professional texts relating to business management from both a theoretical (scientific findings) and practical viewpoint.
Relevant spheres: management, administration, leadership, etc.

Marketing and trade
Discussion in this conference section is dedicated to relationships that meet the needs of customers of corporate enterprises, government institutions and other organisations. Particular attention is devoted to supply and demand and mutual interaction. The section is also focused on the firm and its in-house processes aimed at satisfying the needs of its customers.
Relevant spheres: marketing process, trade, product, commercial activity, etc.

Economy and business economics
This discussion section is split into two parts. The first analyses broader macroeconomic and microeconomic questions and contexts. The other part of the conference section concentrates on economy as science in close collaboration with secondary fields of business which are reflected in the overall concept of business economy.
Specialised sections: macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, statistics, business, etc.

Public administration
This section focuses primarily on activities relating to the provision of public services and matters in the public interest. Both state administration and local government are analysed. The topic covers public administration systems and government authorities.
Relevant spheres: jurisprudence, state administration, authorities, etc.

Finance and accounting
This section contains an analysis of topics relating to finance, financial systems, business and public finances and accounting. Particular attention is devoted to financial and accounting tools used to disclose figures, cash flows and the results achieved by businesses.
Relevant spheres: financial management, financial markets, accounting systems, etc.

Psychology, sociology and education
This section is designed to give a deeper insight into human behaviour, mental processes and physical events. The section contains both research and practical findings. To supplement the section the analysis is extended to include processes which define the life of individuals, groups, communities and broader forms of social interaction. Education and the science of shaping nascent personalities are an integral part of this conference section.
Relevant spheres: psychology, sociology, demographics, education, philology, etc.

Philosophy, political science and history
Philosophy not merely as a way of life but also as an academic discipline explores the world, man and the reality that surrounds us. This section focuses on multidisciplinary social science analyses of political phenomena, theories and international relations. Texts which analyse historical contexts and offer further reflections on broader historical events are welcomed.
Relevant spheres: philosophy, political science, history, archaeology, literature, etc.

Industrial engineering
This section looks at industry as a major sector in the domestic and global economy which is influenced by economic, political and scientific life. The aim of this section is to publish findings from the manufacturing, extractive and consumer industries.
Relevant spheres: mechanics, materials, technology etc.

Informatics and information technology
One key aspect of this conference section is how information is processed using a variety of scientific and technical fields. Crucial factors in assuring broader outcomes are analyses of technical equipment and software enabling efficient work with information. Share your latest findings in the field of information science.
Relevant spheres: informatics, hardware, software, robotics, etc.

Innovation, technology
Accepts results, theoretical perspectives and analyses of innovative processes, technologies and production processes. Join this section and publish the latest results of your research relating to the creation and introduction of new innovative and technological processes.
Relevant spheres: innovation, construction, architecture, agriculture, etc.

Natural sciences
The theories of the natural sciences should enable us to predict new findings. Experiments, empirical data and objective findings in the field of biology, chemistry and physics are the same for all the natural disciplines without distinction. Presents currents findings in the field.
Relevant spheres: mathematics, physics, biophysics, organic and inorganic chemistry, geology, immunology, botany, zoology, medicine, etc.

Engineering, building industry
The conference section offers the space for knowledge exchange in the field of engineering and building industry.
Relevant spheres: engineering, building industry, architecture, information technology, transportation, power supply etc.

Number of registered participants: 162 (Dec 16, 2019)

The Werner von Siemens Award is a traditional competition for the best young brains and it is organised by Siemens Czech Republic (patronage over the International Masaryk Conference) in cooperation with the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Rectors Conference, Czech Technical University in Prague, Charles University and under the auspices of the Min. of Education, Youth and Sports and the Min. of Industry and Trade.

Aim of the Conference

The conference provides a place for the research result presentations for all applicants interested in business processes. MMK provides also possibility of getting active relations and mutual contact sharing.

Conference Process

All registered participants can take part in MMK conference who, on account of payment of the fee, shall receive codes for the system input that allows them to present their papers.


The presentation languages at the MMK conference will be Czech, Slovak, Polish and English languages. Every participant will receive a composite book with assigned ISBN after the conference is over.