Professor Department of Ocean Science and Engineering

Professor LIU Qingsong obtained his PhD degree in University of Minnesota , USA in 2004. Then he worked at the National Oceanography Centre, UK as a Marie-Curie fellow. In 2007, he was appointed as a Lecture. After that, he initialized his research in Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS from 2007-2016. In August 2016, he began his works at the department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology. His scientific interests focus on the geological application of rock-, environmental-, and paleo-magnetism. He investigates different types of synthetic magnetic minerals to determine their magnetic properties and underlying mineral magnetic mechanisms. He systematically investigates aeolian dust signals recorded by the Chinese loess (related to Asian summer and winter monsoons) and by marine sediments from the North Pacific Ocean (related to westerlies) by integrating different methods. He is also interested in constructing chronological frame for marine sediments. His recent studies involve in investigating the striped magnetic anomalies in the ocean floor and paleoceanographic conditions of the North Pacific Ocean. For his distinguished scientific works, he has been awarded: Chagnjiang distinguished professor; National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars; Aoshan Distinguished Professor, Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine science and Technology; Distinguished Professor, CAS; Outstanding teacher award of CAS; The national science and technology innovation talents, China; China 100 Distinguished Chinese Alumni Award of University of Minnesota, etc.

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Marine geology & Marine magnetism

The geological application of rock-, environmental-, and paleo- magnetism

Investigate different types of synthetic magnetic minerals to determine their magnetic properties and underlying mineral magnetic mechanisms.

Investigate aeolian dust signals recorded by the Chinese loess (related to Asian summer and winter monsoons) and by marine sediments from the North Pacific Ocean (related to westerlies)


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Professor LIU Qingsong began his works at the Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology in August 2016. His scientific interests focus on the geological application of rock-, environmental-, and paleo-magnetism. He investigates different types of synthetic magnetic minerals to determine their magnetic properties and underlying mineral magnetic mechanisms. He systematically investigates aeolian dust signals recorded by the Chinese loess (related to Asian summer and winter monsoons) and by marine sediments from the North Pacific Ocean (related to westerlies) by integrating different methods. He is also interested in constructing chronological frame for marine sediments. His recent studies involve in investigating the striped magnetic anomalies in the ocean floor and paleoceanographic conditions of the North Pacific Ocean.

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