We are currently three researchers, several graduate research students and undergraduate students. We are also looking for new post-docs and students interested in working on paleomagnetism, rock and mineral magnetism, environmental magnetism, marine geology and geophysics in China’s capital.
Dr. Liao Chang is an Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator at the School of Earth and Space Sciences at Peking University. He is heading an active group of several post-docs and students, addressing a wide range of problems in rock and mineral magnetism, environmental magnetism, remanence acquisition, and marine geology and geophysics.
Tom is an Assistant Professor at the Geophysics Department, Peking University. He held a PKU Boya postdoc fellowship. Tom obtained PhD from Imperial College London for his work on viscous remanent magnetization dating of floods. He held a MSc in Geophysics from the University Complutense Madrid, Spain and a BSc in Physics from the University of Southampton.
Joy is currently a postdoc fellow at the School of Earth and Space Sciences at Peking University, funded by the Chinese postdoc research council. She completed her PhD at the Earth Science Department of the University of Cambridge, working on applications of FORC diagrams for environmental magnetism.
Shishun is currently a Ph.D candidate at Peking University. He held a BSc in Geology from Peking University. His Ph.D project is about geodynamics and magnetic anomalies in the Mid-Ocean Ridges. He also works on geomagnetic secular variations and environmental magnetism in the Bay of Bengal.
Pengfei is a Ph.D student at the School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University. He obtained a BS.c in geology from Jilin University, China. His Ph.D project is using mineral magnetic records to reconstruct paleoclimatic changes, i.e. the Eocene global warming events.
Fan Bai is a Ph.D student at the School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University. Before, she majored in exploration technology and engineering in China University of Petroleum.
Zhaoping is currently a Ph.D student at the School of Earth and Space Sciences at Peking University.
Zhaowen is currently an undergraduate student at the School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University.
Previous members, including postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students.