DENG Yongfei



Yongfei Deng was born in 1993. He is a PhD researcher in Physical Oceanography at the Southern University of Science and Technology. His primary academic interests lie in multi-scale ocean circulation dynamics, atmosphere-ice-ocean interactions and ocean’s role in global climate change based on observation and numerical modeling. His research domain covers the China Seas, Western Pacific, Tropical Pacific and polar regions. His doctoral project investigates the multi-timescale variability of current in Taiwan Strait and their driving mechanisms, and also the causal relationship between Taiwan Strait Current and basin-scale circulation of South China Sea and East China Sea.



2019.9 -                Ph.D. student, Mechanics, Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, SUSTech, Shenzhen, China

2016.9 - 2019.6  M.Sc., Marine Science (major in Physical Oceanography), College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, China

2012.9 - 2019.6  B.Sc., Resources-Environment (major in Natural Disasters), Institute of Geography and Tourism, Guangdong University of Finance and Economics, Guangzhou, China



1. Deng, Y., G. Gao, Y. Zhang and C. Chen, 2019: Seasonal and interannual variability of Bering Strait Throughflow from AO-FVCOM and observation, Journal of Ocean University of China, 18(3): 615-625. 
2. Deng, Y., G. Gao, Y. Zhang and C. Chen, 2019: The temporal-spatial variability of Chukchi sea ice area under the influence of Bering Strait Throughflow, Chinese Journal of Polar Research, 31(4), in press. (in Chinese)
3. Zhang, Y., Y. Deng, and C. Chen, 2019: Main characteristics and influence factors of the Pacific inflow in the region of Bering Strait: A review, accepted. (in Chinese)


Honors and Awards

2019, Excellent Poster Award in Second China Polar Youth Forum

2018, Thrid Prize for Band A in 2018 National English Competition for College Students

2016, 'Outstanding Graduate' of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics

2016, 'Excellent Thesis' of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics