Dr. Tobias Stephan
Postdoctoral associate at University of Calgary
I am a Postdoctoral associate at the Geo- and thermochronology research group of the University of Calgary, Canada.
My main research interest is the relationship between the deformation of rocks and the plate tectonic motions. In order to analyse these patterns from the micro to the global scale, I use techniques from structural geology, geo-thermochronology, provenance analysis.
PlateTectonicStressR v1.1 released
January 10, 2022
My first R package PlateTectonicStressR has been released and uploaded to Github! It is s a free and open-source R package for modeling and analyzing the direction of the maximum horizontal stress. Download here
'Euler Poles of Tectonic Plates' published
November 19, 2021
I contributed to the "Euler Poles of Tectonic Plates" by Schaeben et al. 2021. The article is a chapter of the book "Encyclopedia of Mathematical Geosciences. Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series" (Daya Sagar et al. (eds), Springer).