He graduated with a master’s degree in Archeology from the Department of Archeology at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. He is currently continuing his studies at a doctoral study program in Pilsen, specializing in the Neolithic period in the Middle East and the process of Neolithization into secondary and tertiary areas. He currently works as an Academic Staff at the Department of Archeology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. He has participated in professional archaeological internships: Kaymakçı Archaeological Project, Koça University Research Center in Istanbul Anatolian Civilizations (ANAMED) and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Turkey (Turkey) and Museo del Mare e della Navigazione Antica (Santa Severa), research of the defunct city of Castrum Novum (Central Lazio, Italy). Significant projects include: Spatial arrangement and typology of Kordun castles in the context of Central European castelology, Urban culture of Persia and Byzantium vs. the world of nomads of the North Caucasus region in the light of non-destructive archaeological research and Archeology of the coast between Pyrgi and Castrum Novum (Lazio, Italy). Foreign expeditions include research at the Treblinka Extermination Camp (Poland), research into the sacred mountain Sulajman-Too (Kyrgyzstan), the defunct Roman city of Castrum Novum (Italy), research into the castles of Otmič, Krstina, Furian, Plaški and Klokoč (Croatia), residential tepe Ak-jar (Kyrgyzstan). Research in the Czech Republic includes the internment camp in Lety u Písku, and research into the uranium ore mining camps Elijah II. and Nikolaj, research of partisan camps Žákova hora, Tisůvka and Kamenný vrch.