Tomáš Vlček

  • Lecturer – Energy Security Studies Program, International Relations and Energy Security
  • Researcher (MVES FSS MU)
  • Project Manager (International Summer School)

Tomas is Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and European Studies in the Energy Security Studies, International Relations and Energy Security and International Relations programs. He also works at the International Institute of Political Science of Masaryk University and of the Czech Nuclear Education Network academic association.

He was selected for the International Visitors Leadership Program, the prestigious professional program run by the United States Department of State, and also initiated and manages the widely respected International Summer School of Energy Security, held at the start of August every year in Telč. Formerly, he was a junior researcher and project manager at the Faculty of Social Studies. He has taken part in numerous government and academic projects on energy security and energy policy and has undertaken a number of research forays to Russia, USA, and countries in Europe, especially the Central and Eastern Europe, as well as South Eastern Europe. His research specialization focuses on the nuclear and oil sectors from a commodity perspective, and the energy security of Central and Eastern and South Eastern Europe from geographical perspective.

  • Energy Policy of the Czech Republic
  • Nuclear Energy Industry
  • Power Utility Sector
  • Oil Sector