Our group is actively seeking highly motivated students to join our team and pursue a Ph.D. program within the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ATOC), starting in the Fall of 2024. We also welcome postdoctoral candidates who have their own funding support or are in the process of applying for external research grants. Interested students/postdocs please contact jianghanyang.li@colorado.edu.

My research interests mainly focus on using stable isotope analysis and analytical chemistry to:

  • better constrain fluxes and processes in the contemporary carbon cycle;
  • understanding the isotopic effect during important atmospheric chemistry processes, and
  • exploring the interactions between the atmosphere, the biosphere, the hydrosphere, and humans.

To study these questions, we use a set of tools including field observations, laboratory experiments, and models.