In the field of research she has focused on contemporary Slovak and world music, modal music, music of the renaissance period, 20th century and extra-European cultures, treatment of music by quantitative methods, system theory, synergetics and the application of mathematical methods.
She is co-author of the lexicon Komponisten der Gegenwart, which has appeared since 1992 in the edition text+kritik in Munich. Since 1997 she has collaborated with the New Grove Dictionary.
She has completed lecture and study stays abroad in Germany (Freiburg, Bamberg, Bochum, Hamburg, Dresden, Trier), England (Nottingham), Ireland (Dublin), Austria (Vienna, Reichenau, Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg), France (Paris, Lyon), Italy (Rome, Palermo, Adria), Poland (Warsaw, Bydgoszcz), Russia (St. Petersburg), Hungary (Budapest), New Zealand (Auckland), Czech Republic (Prague, Brno), among others.
Since 1990 she has systematically developed cooperation with several academies of art abroad (Vienna’s Hochschule, later the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst; she has collaborated with experts in synergetic linguistics at the University of Bochum and Trier in Germany, the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et Danse in Paris, Lyon and Parma, and also with schools in Spain and Portugal.
Since 1991 she has regularly organised international artistic and scholarly events (seminars, conferences, symposia, courses, workshops), aimed at combining various types of art.
She is a member of the Humboldt club and scholarly society Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, a staff scholar of the team at the Universität Bochum and Trier, an expert of the Romualdo del Bianco Foundation in Florence and of the International Scientific Commitee WSES (World Scientific and Engineering Society), etc.