Anja Trobec, BA


+386 1 4706 544

anja.trobec@zrc-sazu.si



Education
B.Sc. in Geography, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2013.
Ph.D. student of Humanities and Social Sciences (field: Geography) at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Research fields
Spatial planning, sustainable development, geographic information system, natural resources, protection of the environment, environmental interpretation.

Other activities

  • member of organization committee of symposium Slovenian regional days
  • member of organization committee of Geographic Information Systems in Slovenia Symposium 
  • member of organization committee of ZRC SAZU Early Career Researchers Symposium
  • member of Interpret Europe – European Association for Heritage Interpretation
  • member of Ljubljana Geographical Society
     

Selected presentations and lectures

  • Protected areas of cultural landscapes as an opportunity to strengthen sustainable agricultural practices. Paper presented at the 9th ZRC SAZU Early Career Researchers' Symposium, Ljubljana, 11. 9. 2021
  • Inventory of brownfields in the Upper Carniola, Central Slovenia, Central Sava, Lower Sava and the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. Public presentation of the results of student research paper in the blue room, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 27. 5. 2011
  • Brownfields - research and pedagogical challenge for geographers. Spokesperson at the roundtable in the blue room, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 4. 12. 2012

 

 

Distinction of the Association of the Geographical Societies of Slovenia, 2022
Award of the Slovene Human Resources and Scholarship Fund for contribution to the sustainable development of society for 2011
Confirmation of personal ranking among 5% best students in generation 2007-2011
Award of Conference of Slovenian Geographers for the best student work during the periode 2009 - 2013
Geography of Slovenia - national research programme (research programme • 01. january 2015 - 31. december 2021)