The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Prof. Ing. Radka Kodešová, CSc., is a professor of Soil Science with the Department of Soil Science and Soil Protection at the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources of the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague. She received a M.S. in Water Structure and Water Management and Ph.D. in Irrigation and Drainage from the Czech Technical University, Prague. She worked as a researcher at the Agriculture University in Wageningen, the Netherlands (1991) and Research Institute for Soil and Water Conservation in Prague (1992), a groundwater specialist at the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute in Prague (1993–1997), and a research associate at the University of South Carolina, USA (1997–1999). Her expertise is in experimental and numerical modeling of subsurface water flow, solute (pesticide, pharmaceuticals, etc.) and heat transport processes, analysis of temporal and spatial variability of soil properties, developing methods for estimating soil properties using magnetic susceptibility and soil spectra, soil structure analysis etc. She is an author or co-author of fifty articles in scientific journals registered on the Web of Science and many other papers in reviewed journals and conference proceedings.