Ľuboš Korenčík, author of the project
He has lived in Bratislava, quarter of Nové Mesto, since birth. He graduated as a teacher of general education subjects – history, civic and ethical education at the Faculty of Education, Comenius University in Bratislava. He also studied at the Department of Comparative Religious Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Comenius University. In 2015, he worked in Nitra at the YMCA as a worker with handicapped youth.
He focuses his interest in history, especially the local history of Bratislava. He has many years of experience with non-formal education and volunteer activities in Slovakia and abroad. He completed several international youth exchanges as a participant and also leader and participated in the European Voluntary Service (EVS) project in Netherlands. He cooperated with non-profit organizations working with youth and idea of volunteering – IMCA Slovakia, Inex Slovakia, Plusko, Slovak Blind and Partially Sighted Union, LIPA, Strom života and also the Czech association Brontosaurus.
She comes from Petržalka, Bratislava’s quarter. She received her doctorate in the field of Theory of Teaching Mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava after studying mathematics and computer science. She likes history, so she decided to do a bachelor’s degree in teaching history and philosophy at the Faculty of Education. She currently lives in Brno where she devotes herself to inventing and operating escape rooms.
Jana Babušiaková, author of articles
She studied art history and theory at Trnava University. In addition to art and architecture, she is interested in the history and diversity of culture, which is associated with Bratislava and the surrounding regions. She works at the Austrian Institute and contributes regularly to newspapers.
Lukáš Krajčír, author of articles
He worked as a doctoral student at the Department of Slovak History, Faculty of Philosophy, Comenius University in Bratislava. He deals with Czech and Slovak evangelical elites in the public space of the interwar period. Thanks to the Erasmus program, he completed a study-research stay at the local archives and libraries at Charles University in Prague.
He tries to bridge his theoretical knowledge in the field of Slovak history to the popular science. He regularly contributes articles to the Historical Review and other periodicals. He collaborated with Dúbravská televízia on the creation of the documentary series “Where”, within which he created professional materials for the screenplay. In the POzastávka project he focuses on the identification and interpretation of personalities after whom the stops were named.
Stanislav Sokol, web admin
He was born in Trenčín and currently lives in Bratislava. He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, he also studied at the Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University in Brno and the University of Oslo. He works as an IT manager in the Slovak Blind and Partially Sighted Union and Tyflocomp company. In the past he worked for the Support Center for Students with Special Needs at Comenius University in Bratislava. He was a long-term volunteer in the Slovak Association of Visually Impaired Youth. He likes to look at things around him from a slightly different perspective than usual. As for POzastávka project he is responsible for website presentation.
Lukáš Bulko, project support
He comes from Trenčín, currently lives in Bratislava. For several years he worked in the Participatory budget office of Bratislava – Nové Mesto. His hobby is composing electronic music.
Other project supporters:
- Pavol Petrík, translation
- František Kozoň
- Pavol Štefanovič
- Monika Cvečková
- Andrej Cvečko
- Lukáš Jankovič