Welcome to the School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

WANG Peng

Time:2018-06-05Views:201

  Peng WangAssociate Professor


Office Ocean building 310

Tel021-65982012

Email: pengwang@tongji.edu.cn

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Mailing AddressSchool of Ocean and   Earth Science, Tongji   University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai   200092, China


Education

2000.09-2005.6Ocean University of ChinaMarine BiologyPh. D

1996.09-2000.6Ocean University of ChinaBiological Technology, B. Sc

Employment

2009.12- School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, Associate Professor

2005.07-2009.12School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, Lecture

Research interests

1.Marine Microbial Ecology

Projects

1. The study of carbon sources of Bathyarchaeota inthe Pearl River estuary 41776134),2018.01-2021.12720,000NSFC In Charge);

2. The oxidation of methane in the Pearl River41276125),2013.01-2016.12,780, 000NSFCIn Charge

3.The study of the diversity of microbes in the sediment of the South China Sea 40606032),2007.01-2009.12,280,000NSFCIn Charge;

4. Functions and interactions of MGI and MGII in carbon cycle and their geological record in the South China Sea41530105),2016.01-2020.123,520,000, NSFCParticipant);

5. Biogeochemical Processes of archaea in the water column of the South China Sea91028005),2011.01-2014.12, 3,500,000NSFCParticipant);

Publications

Peng Wang, Tao Li, Anyi Hu, Yuli Wei, Wenting Guo, Nianzhi Jiao, Chuanlun Zhang. Community Structure of Archaea from Deep-Sea Sediments of the South China Sea. Microbial Ecology: Volume 60, Issue 4 (2010), Page 796-806

Peng Wang, Yuli Wei, Tao Li, Fuyan Li, Jun Meng, Chuanlun Zhang. Archaeal diversity and spatial distribution in the surface sediment of the South China Sea. Geomicrobiology Journal.2014,31:1-11

Tao LiPeng Wang. Biogeographical distribution and diversity of bacterial communities in surface sediments of the South China Sea. Journal of microbiology and biotechnology, 2013, 23(5),602-613

Tao LiPeng Wang. Richness and diversity of bacteria in the Nansha carbonate platform (Core MD05-2896), South China Sea. World journal of microbiology & biotechnology,2013 29:1895–1905

Tao LiPeng Wang .Bacterial diversity in sediments of core MD05-2902 from the Xisha Trough, the South China Sea.Acta Oceanol. Sin., 2014, Vol. 33, No. 10, P. 85–93

Yuli Wei , Peng Wang, Meixun Zhao, Xuejie Li, Hongfeng Lu, Chuanlun L. Zhang. Lipid and DNA Evidence of Dominance of Planktonic Archaea Preserved in Sediments of the South China Sea: Insight for Application of the TEX86 Proxy in an Unstable Marine Sediment Environment. Geomicrobiology Journal. 2014,31, 360–369

Wei Xie, Chuanlun Zhang, Xuedan Zhou, Peng Wang Salinity-dominated change in community structure and ecological function of Archaea from the lower Pearl River to coastal South China Sea. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 2014, DOI 10.1007/s00253-014-5838-9

Teaching

Courses

Oceanography(undergraduate course)

Geomicrobiology(postgraduatecourse)

Geobiology(doctoral course)

Students

current students

MasterYang Xu

former students

MasterDengxun Lai Tingting Zhang


  

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