• Atmospheric chemistry • Stable isotope geochemistry
My research uses analytical chemistry and stable isotopic analysis (C, H, O, N, S) to understand the origins and chemical processes of atmospheric trace gases, as well as their roles in impacting global climate and regional air quality.
- PhD (Atmospheric Chemistry): Purdue University, 2021
- MS (Geosciences): University of Alberta, Canada, 2016
- BS (Geochemistry): University of Science and Technology of China, 2013
My research interests include
- Using stable isotopes to better constrain processes in contemporary carbon cycle.
- Understanding the isotopic effect during important atmospheric chemistry processes.
- Exploring the interactions between the atmosphere, the biosphere, the hydrosphere, and humans.
- ATOC/CHEM 5151 Atmospheric Chemistry
- Basic kinetics and photochemistry of atmospheric species. Stratospheric chemistry with emphasis on processes controlling ozone abundance. Tropospheric chemistry focusing on photochemical smog, acid deposition, oxidative capacity of the atmosphere and global climate change.
- For graduate students only