Dr. Tom Járóka




Dr. Tom Járóka (Geologist)

(PhD scholarship, Johannes-Hübner-Stiftung Gießen)







03/2011: B.Sc., Geology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

03/2014: M.Sc., Economic Geology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

M.Sc. Thesis: Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of cassiterite-bearing mineralization in metamorphic rocks of the "Felsitzone" from Großschirma area, Freiberg mining district, Saxony, Germany

Since 09/2014: PhD Student, Division of Economic Geology and Petrology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

PhD project: Petrogenesis and Metallogeny of Ni-Cu-PGE enriched Mafic Dikes of the Lusatian Block (Germany/Czech Republic)

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Thomas Seifert, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schulz


Scientific Interests

-        Petrology and Metallogeny of ultramafic/mafic intrusions and associated mineral deposits (Ni‑Cu‑PGE, Cr-PGE, Fe-Ti-V, REE-Nb-Ta)

-        Metallogeny of Sn-W deposits

-        Regional Geology of the Saxothuringian Zone

-        Ore microscopy