Institution: The State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies
Address: 119 Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd.
Postal Code: 1784
She has graduated in Library and Information Sciences (B.A.), English Philology (M.A.) and she has been studying Law (M.A.). Dr. Trencheva has obtained her PhD degree in Theory of Scientific Information at SULSIT. Her Dissertation’s theme’s: „Intellectual Property of Information Resources in Internet”. She has been on a specialization at the WIPO in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dr. Trencheva is an author of the monograph “Open Access to Scientific Information” (2013); the textbook “Intellectual Property in Internet” (2014), 5 collections and more than 60 articles.
She has been involved as project planner and coordinator in more than 10 national and international projects. She is a project manager of the scientific project "Analysis of the Common Practices in the Use of Products of Intellectual Property in University Information Environment" (2012-2016), funded by the NSF of the Ministry of Education and Science in the competition "Young Scientists". Dr. Trencheva is the founder and the main trainer in the national seminar dedicated to the World Intellectual Property Day (26 April) which is organized and coordinated by SULSIT.
Dr. Trencheva is a Member of ISI–USA, Bulgarian Association of IP Teachers, Union of Scientists in Bulgaria. She is a peer reviewer of many international conferences in the field informing science such as InSite, ECIL and e-Society Conferences.
Tereza Trencheva is often invited as a speaker or expert at International Conferences to present her Intellectual Property and Copyright experiences and the European and national projects in which she is involved.
Areas of expertise: intellectual property training, copyright in digital age, industrial property objects, open access, project management, e-learning, language learning.