PhD. student. His primary research interests are people-plant interactions, especially the evolutionary origin of phytophilia (human attraction to plants) and commonalities and differences in human aesthetic perception of flowers. He also works as a guide in the Botanical garden of the Charles University. He has experiences with psychophysiological measurements of human subjects (particularly in sexological research) and with the research of biology teaching in secondary schools. His non-scientific interests include gardening and student theatre club Viníci.
Research gate profil: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Hula