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Mgr. Filip Tomek, Ph.D.

Volcanology, tectonics
Office phone +420 22195 1465
LRM phone +420 22195 1488
Office P16D
Email filip.tomek@natur.cuni.cz


ORCID 0000-0002-1040-0193
Researcher ID N-9814-2014
Scopus ID 56488068600

Center for Geosphere Dynamics | Continental Tectonics Group


Laboratory of Rock Magnetism

Professional Experience

Assistant professor, Charles University, 2017 -

Researcher, Charles University, 2012 - 2017

Research scientist, Czech Academy of Sciences, 2015 -

Education background

Research fellowship, 6 months, New Mexico Highlands University, USA, 2017

Short-term research fellowship, 3 months, Salzburg University, Austria, 2016

Ph.D. in geology, Charles University, 2011 - 2015

M.Sc. in geology, Charles University, 2009 - 2011

Erasmus fellowship, 6 months, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2010

B.Sc. in Geology, Charles University, 2006 - 2009

Research Interests

  • Volcano-plutonic link
  • Collapse calderas
  • Emplacement volcanic and plutonic bodies
  • Tectonics and geodynamics
  • Rock magnetism, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS), paleomagnetism

Current Research Activities

  • Magma flow and emplacement of subvolcanic ring-dikes and rhyolitic ignimbrites on the example of post-orogenic collapse calderas in the Bohemian Massif
  • Brittle tectonics and structural relations to ore mineralization in the Cínovec granite, Bohemian Massif
  • Emplacement and tectonic setting of granitoids in the Moldanubian batholith, Bohemian Massif
  • Fabric analysis and geotectonic setting of the Tuolumne batholith, California
  • Late Archean granites of the Bienville area, Superior Province, Québec, Canada


(15) Megerssa L, Verner K, Buriánek D, Pour O, Tomek F, Schiller D, Martínek K (2022): The late-Variscan high-temperature collisional episode in the southwestern Moldanubian Zone (Bohemian Massif). International Journal of Earth Sciences (in press)

(14) Vitouš P, Tomek F, Petronis MS (2022) Magnetic fabrics of rhyolite ignimbrites reveal complex emplacement dynamics of pyroclastic density currents, an example from the Altenberg–Teplice Caldera, Bohemian Massif Bulletin of Volcanology, 84:75

(13) Tomek F, Opluštil S, Svojtka M, Špillar V, Rapprich V, Míková J (2022) Altenberg–Teplice Caldera sourced Westphalian fall tuffs in the central and western Bohemian Carboniferous basins (eastern Variscan belt) International Geology Review, 64:441-468

(12) Ackerman K, Žák J, Kachlík V, Svojtka M, Tomek F, Santolík V, Sláma J, Trubač J, Strnad L, Vacek F (2022) The diversity of sources of late Archean granites reflects a transition from plume-dominated to plate tectonics in the Superior Province, CanadaPrecambrian Research, 370:106525

(11) Žák J, Tomek F, Svojtka M, Vacek F, Kachlík V, Ackerman L, Ježek J, Petronis MS (2021) Distributed crustal shortening followed by transpressional shearing in the Superior Province, northeastern Canada: a Late Archean analogy to modern accretionary plate margins? Precambrian Research, 362:106322

(10) Tomek F, Gilmer AK, Petronis MS, Lipman PW, Foucher MS (2019) Protracted Multipulse Emplacement of a Postresurgent Pluton: The Case of Platoro Caldera Complex (Southern Rocky Mountain Volcanic Field, Colorado)Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20:5225-5250

(9) Tomek F, Vacek F, Žák J, Petronis MS, Verner K, Foucher MS (2019) Polykinematic foreland basins initiated during orthogonal convergence and terminated by orogen-oblique strike-slip faulting: An example from the northeastern Variscan belt. Tectonophysics, 766:379–397

(8) Tomek F, Žák J, Svojtka M, Figer F, Waitzinger M (2019) Emplacement dynamics of syn-collapse ring dikes: an example from the Altenberg-Teplice caldera, Bohemian MassifGeological Society of America Bulletin, 131:997–1016

(7) Tomek F, Žák J, Verner K, Holub FV, Sláma J, Paterson SR, Memeti V (2017) Mineral fabrics in high-level intrusions recording crustal strain and volcano-tectonic interactions: the Shellenbarger pluton, Sierra Nevada, CaliforniaJournal of the Geological Society, London, 174:193–208

(6) Žák J, Verner K, Tomek F, Johnson K, Schwartz JJ (2017) Magnetic fabrics of arc plutons reveal a significant Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous change in the relative plate motions of the Pacific Ocean basin and North America. Geosphere, 13:11–21

(5) Tomek F, Žák J, Holub FV, Chlupáčová M, Verner K (2016) Growth of intra-caldera lava domes controlled by various modes of caldera collapse, the Štiavnica volcano–plutonic complex, Western CarpathiansJournal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 311:183–197

(4) Tomek F, Žák J, Chadima M (2015) Granitic magma emplacement and deformation during early-orogenic syn-convergent transtension: the Staré Sedlo complex, Bohemian Massif. Journal of Geodynamics, 87:50–66

(3) Žák J, Verner K, Tomek F, Holub FV, Johnson K, Schwartz JJ (2015) Simultaneous batholith emplacement, terrane/continent collision, and oroclinal bending in the Blue Mountains Province, North American CordilleraTectonics 34:1107–1128

(2) Tomek F, Žák J, Chadima M (2014) Magma flow paths and strain patterns in magma chambers growing by floor subsidence: a model based on magnetic fabric study of shallow-level plutons in the Štiavnica volcano–plutonic complex, Western CarpathiansBulletin of Volcanology, 76, Article No. 873.

(1) Žák J, Verner K, Janoušek V, Holub FV, Kachlík V, Finger F, Hajná J, Tomek F, Vondrovic L, Trubač J (2014) A plate-kinematic model for the assembly of the Bohemian Massif constrained by structural relations around granitoid plutonsGeological Society, London, Special Publications 405:169–196

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