She has expertise in interdisciplinary research (Agrometeorology/Agronomy/Plant Science) and innovative approaches to assess the crop response to compound climate events. Her interdisciplinary research focussed on assessment of drought impacts on agricultural system/ecosystems and environmental stresses to crop productivity. Primary research deals mainly with the possibility of using CROPGRO for modelling the yield parameters of field-grown vegetables in conditions of the changing climate in the Elbe lowland. She has also expertise in modelling the long-term yield response to changes in occurrences of compound climate events as well as the short-term response to adverse weather events on the hop yield quality and quantity in the main European producing countries.
Award of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague for the best scientific articles published in international peer-reviewed Journals. The author or co-author of more than 150 publications. Participation in EU, national and bilateral projects. She is involved in teaching within the several MSc, BSc and PhDr courses as well as mentor od Erasmus+ programme.