Prof. Klára Čápová, MSc, Ph.D., graduated in Communications from the Czech Technical University Prague. She obtained her Ph.D. in Theory of Electrical Engineering from the Slovak Academy of Science in 1982. She is currently a Professor of Electromagnetic Engineering at the University of Žilina, Slovakia, where she founded the biomedical engineering study field in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. Her education focuses on the theory of electromagnetism and biomedical sensors. Her research interests include the non-destructive investigation of conductive materials and the interaction of the electromagnetic field with living organisms.