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

CHEN Qiong


Qiong Chen   Assistant Professor                      

Office Ocean building 518


Email: qiongchen@tongji.edu.cn


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


2006.09-2010.06China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), Bachelor

2010.09-2013.01Tongji University, MPhil

2013.01-2017.01The University of Hong Kong, PhD

2017.01-2018.03The University of Hong Kong, RA


2016.01-now:Tongji University, assistant professor

Research interests

1. Mineralogy and Trace Element Geochemistry, Precambrian Geology, Sedimentary Basin Analysis

2. Isotope Geochemistry, Basalt, Gabbro and Mantle Peridotite 


1. Chen, Q., Sun, M., Zhao, G.C., Zhao, J.H., Zhu, W.L., Long, X.P., Wang, J., 2018. Episodic crustal growth and reworking of the Yudongzi terrane, South China: Constraints from the Archean TTGs and potassic granites and Paleoproterozoic amphibolites. Lithos 326-327, 1-18.

2. Chen, Q., Sun, M., Long, X.P., Zhao, G.C., Wang, J., Yu, Y., Yuan, C., 2018. Provenance study for the Paleozoic sedimentary rocks from the west Yangtze Block: Constraint on possible link of South China to the Gondwana supercontinent reconstruction. Precambrian Research 309, 271-289.

3. Chen, Q., Sun, M., Zhao, G.C., Yang, F.L., Li, J.H., Long, X.P., Wang, J., Yu, Y., 2017. Origin of mafic microgranular enclaves (MMEs) and their host granitoids from the Tagong pluton in Songpan-Ganze terrane: an igneous response to the closure of Paleo-Tethys ocean Lithos 290-291, 1-17.

4. Chen, Q., Sun, M., Long, X.P., Zhao, G.C., Yuan, C., 2016. U-Pb ages and Hf isotopic record of zircons from the late Neoproterozoic and Silurian-Devonian sedimentary rocks of the western Yangtze Block: Implications for its tectonic evolution and continental affinity. Gondwana Research 31, 184-199.

5. Chen, Q., Sun, M., Long, X.P., Yuan, C., 2015. Petrogenesis of Neoproterozoic adakitic tonalites and high-K granites in the eastern Songpan-Ganze Fold Belt and implications for the tectonic evolution of the western Yangtze Block. Precambrian Research 270, 181-203.


2013-2017 Won the Hong Kong postgraduate scholarship  

Serving on academic journal

International SCI journal reviewersJournal of Asian Earth Sciences


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