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Seminar on discipline integration and innovation(4th,2020)

Date: 2020-07-14    Times: 

  Report title: Geochemical behavior and application of trace elements
  Speaker: Associate Professor Wang Feng
  Report time: 10:30-12:00 on July 18th
  Venue: conference room on the 3rd floor, Paleontology Center, Chaoyang Campus, Jilin University
  Network platform: Pin Group number 35204566,

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  Contact: gaoyoufeng@jlu.edu.cn, 13504707690

  Speaker profile: Wang Feng, associate professor, Doctoral supervisor, College of Earth Science, Jilin University .In 2013, he received his doctor's degree in mineralogy, petrology and mineral deposits from Jilin University.2014-2017 postdoctoral fellow, State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Visiting scholar, Department of Earth and Space Sciences isotope Laboratory, University of Washington, 2018-2019.Mainly engaged in igneous genesis, rock geochemistry, isotope geochemistry and other aspects of research. As the first and corresponding author, he has published 10 SCI academic papers in international authoritative journals. He has been responsible for the completion of the national Natural Science Foundation of China youth Fund project, the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation first-class support general projects, as the main participants in the National Natural Science Foundation of China key projects, national key research and development plan and other national research projects, won the Science and technology Award of Jilin Province first prize.

  Brief introduction of the report: briefly introduce the classification and basis of trace elements, trace elements distribution model in the process of magma formation; This paper introduces the behavior and performance of trace elements in different stages of igneous rocks and sedimentations, and discusses the genesis and environmental conditions of sedimentary rocks by using trace elements.