Andrej Nosko is a program manager at the Open Society Think Tank Fund, where he oversees the portfolio of project grants in European Union countries, and provides support for integration of new technologies and communications tools within the think tank community. His academic interests include the political economy of security and energy security policies of countries in transition, focusing on Central Europe.
Nosko has worked with and led an international group of researchers advocating for closer transnational cooperation in improving energy security in Europe. Previously, he worked at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Justice Freedom and Security (now DG Home Affairs) on issues of improving the exchange of information between law enforcement bodies.
Nosko holds an MA in international relations and European studies as well as a PhD in political science from Central European University in Budapest. He also studied at Charles University in Prague, and in Poland, Sweden, and the United States.