PhDr. JUDr. Tomáš Karásek, Ph.D.

PhDr. JUDr. Tomáš Karásek, Ph.D.


  • Executive Council of the Dean
  • Academic Council
  • Department of Security Studies
  • Dean
  • Faculty of Social Sciences


Telephone: +420 296 824 654 , +420 222 112 236

Supervised thesis

Rooms: No. H208, Smetanovo nabrezi 6 , No. B321, Jinonice, building B


ResearchID: E-9743-2018

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-2444-586X

Rok vydání


Chapters in monographs


Contributions in the conference proceedings

UNCE/HUM/037 (Charles University Centre of Excellence): Human-Machine Nexus and Its Impact on International Order, 2018-2022 (senior project member)
TL01000322 (Technological Agency of the Czech Republic): Evolution of unmanned technologies and their societal perception: analysis of opportunities and minimization of risks, 2018-2020 (member of research team)
TL02000352 (Technological Agency of the Czech Republic): Classifying social-psychological personal parameters through artificial intelligence and machine vision for the purpose of protection of persons in real time, 2019-2021 (main investigator)

Since, February 2022, Tomáš Karásek is the dean of Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University. Before that he was a vice-dean for development (2012-2022) and for international relations (2011-2012). From 2015 to 2022 he was a founding head of the Department of Security Studies. He has been employed at the Institute of Political Studies since 2014, since 2017 as an assistant professor. In his research he focuses primarily on European and transatlantic security and on the concept of strategic culture. Further areas of his interest, reflected in his courses, include conflict studies and ethics of violence. Tomáš holds a Ph.D. in International Relations and a JUDr. in Law, both from Charles University. Between 2010 and 2013 he directed the Research Center at the Association for International Affairs. He is an alumnus of the Fulbright programme, which he spent at Columbia University in New York, and was subsequently named honorary ambassador of the Fulbright Commission in Prague.

European and transatlantic security; strategic culture