(University of Zagreb)
Ivan Šulc is a geographer and currently works as an assistant professor at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography. His research focuses on tourism, its spatio-temporal dynamics and spatial impacts (environmental, social and economic), and the valorisation of cultural heritage in tourism. He has collaborated on projects related to regenerative tourism, environmental citizenship, tourism in protected areas and applications of geographic information systems, especially in tracing environmental and landscape changes related to tourism in the Croatian coastal zone. He is currently working on a project related to tracing modernization and transformation processes in rural mountain areas in Croatia.