Research Assistant Professor Department of Earth and Space Sciences

Dr. Zewei Wang received his Bachelor in City Underground Space Engineering at Central South University in 2012. In 2017, he obtained his Ph.D. in Geotechnical Engineering at Central South University. After that, he spent three years (2017-2020) in Sun Yat-sen University as a Post Doc in Geophysics, and joined in SUSTech in 2020. Dr. Wang’s research mainly focuses on theory and applications of seismic tomographic technique, including inverting t* or traveltime data from local and/or teleseismic events to obtain seismic attenuation, velocity and anisotropy structures in different scales. Dr. Wang has published more than 10 papers in various geophysical or geotechnical journals as the first author or a corresponding author.

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Wang’s research mainly focuses on theory and applications of seismic tomographic technique, including inverting t* or traveltime data from local and/or teleseismic events to obtain seismic attenuation, velocity and anisotropy structures in different scales.


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Dr. Wang has published more than 10 papers in various geophysical or geotechnical journals as the first author or a corresponding author.

Zewei Wang*, Dapeng Zhao*. Updated attenuation tomography of Japan subduction zone, Geophysical Journal International (0956-540X), 2019, 219, 1679–1697.

Zewei Wang*, Dapeng Zhao*. Mapping P-wave azimuthal anisotropy of the New Madrid seismic zone. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (0031-9201). 2019, 295(106296): 1-17.

Zewei Wang*, Dapeng Zhao*,Rui Gao*,Yuanyuan Hua. Complex subduction beneath the Tibetan plateau: A slab warping model. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (0031-9201). 2019, 292: 42-54.

Zewei Wang*, Xibing Li, Xueyi Shang. Distribution Characteristics of Mining-Induced Seismicity Revealed by 3-D Ray-Tracing Relocation and the FCM Clustering Method. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (0723-2632). 2019, 52(1): 183-197.

Yuanyuan Hua, Dapeng Zhao, Yixian Xu, Zewei Wang. Arc-arc collision caused the 2018 Eastern Iburi earthquake (M 6.7) in Hokkaido, Japan, Scientific Reports, 2019, 9:13914

Zewei Wang, Xibing Li*, Dapeng Zhao, Xueyi Shang, Longjun Dong. Time-lapse seismic tomography of an underground mining zone, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Science (1365-1609), 2018,107: 136-149.

Xueyi Shang, Xibing Li, Antonio Morales-Esteban, Gualberto Asencio Cortes, Zewei Wang. Data field-based K-means clustering for patio-temporal seismicity analysis and hazard assessment. Remote Sensing, 2018, 10(3):461

Zewei Wang*, Dapeng Zhao*, Xin Liu, Xibing Li. Seismic attenuation tomography of the source zone of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake (M 7.3), Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (2169-9313), 2017, 122,2988-3007.

Zewei Wang*, Dapeng Zhao*, Xin Liu, Chuanxu Chen, Xibing Li. P and S wave attenuation tomography of the Japan subduction zone, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (1525-2027), 2017, 18, 1688-1710.

王泽伟*, 李夕兵,尚雪义,董陇军,刘栋,周勇勇. 基于VFOM的矿山微震震源定位及近震震级标定, 岩土工程学报,2017, 39(8): 1408-1415.

Xibing Li, Zewei Wang*, Longjun Dong. Locating single-point sources from arrival times containing large picking errors (LPEs): The virtual field optimization method (VFOM), Scientific Reports (2045-2322), 2016,6: 19205.

Xueyi Shang, Antonio Morales-Esteban, Zewei Wang. Identifying P phase arrival of weak events: The Akaike Information Criterion picking application based on the Empirical Mode Decomposition. Computers & Geosciences 100, 57-66.

Zewei Wang*, Xibing Li, Kang Peng,Jiangfeng Xie. Impact of blasting parameters on vibration signal spectrum: Determination and statistical evidence, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology (0886-7798), 2015,48: 94-100.

Kang Peng, Xibing Li, Zewei Wang*. Hydrochemical characteristics of groundwater movement and evolution in the Xinli deposit of the Sanshandao gold mine using FCM and PCA methods. Environmental Earth Sciences(1866-6280), 2014, 73(12): 7873-7888.

Kang Peng, Zewei Wang*, Jinjin Sun. Generation of artificial earthquakes for matching target response unsmooth spectrum via wavelet package transform. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China (1003-6326), 2014, 24(8): 2612-2617.

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The department of Earth and Space Sciences at Southern University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTech) invites applications for tenure-track (or tenured) faculty positions at the ranks of Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors.  Applicants must have earned a doctoral degree in Geophysics,Geodesy,Space Physics,Planetary Science, structural geology or closely related fields. Successful applicants will be expected to establish a robust, externally funded research program and demonstrate strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching, student mentoring, and professional services.  These positions will remain open until filled.

SUSTech is a public university founded in Shenzhen, China.  It is intended to be a top-tier international university that excels in interdisciplinary research, nurturing innovative talents and delivering new knowledge to the world. SUSTech was born in 2011 with a mission to reform higher education in China. Since then, it has been widely regarded as a pioneer and innovator in collectively moving China's higher education forward to match China's ever-growing role in the international arena. Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship are the three pillars for SUSTech to stand out with distinctive Characteristics.

To apply, please submit an e-mail application that includes a cover letter, a CV with a full list of publications, a research statement, a teaching statement and contact information for three references to Prof. Xiaofei Chen at chenxf@sustech.edu.cn.

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