Xiao-Lei Wang

Professor of Nanjing University (NJU)

School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, NJU

163 Xianlin Street, Nanjing 210046, China

Date of Birth: June 30, 1979

Place of Birth: Henan Province, China

Telephone: +86-25-89680896

Fax: +86-25-83686016

E-mail Address:wxl@nju.edu.cn


Ph.D., 2006, Nanjing University (Nanjing, China)

B.S., 2001, Nanjing University (Nanjing, China)

Working/visiting Experiences:

2019–present, Deputy Dean of the School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, NJU

2016– present, Deputy Dean of the State Key Laboratory for Mineral Deposits Research

2014– present, Full Professor of Nanjing University

2008–2013, Associate Professor of Nanjing University

2006–2008, Lecture of Nanjing University

2011.9 – 2013.9, Visiting Professor (Collaboration with Prof. John W. Valley) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

2007 – 2009, Post-doctoral research (with Prof. Yong-Fei Zheng) at the University of Science and Technology of China

May-July of 2007, Visiting Scholar (Research collaboration with Prof. Guochun Zhao) at the University of Hong Kong

October-November of 2006, Visiting Scholar (Research collaboration with Profs. WL Griffin and Sue O’Reilley) at GEMOC of the Macquarie University

Research Interests:

Precambrian geology; Granites and crustal evolution; Neoproterozoic magmatism in South China Block; Geochronology; Geochemistry


Metamorphic Petrology

Igneous Petrology

Field training of General Geology

Academic Service

Dean of Committee on Igneous Petrology, Chinese Society for Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry

Committee member of International Precambrian Research Center of China

Editorial board member of Scientific Reports

Editorial board member of Precambrian Research

Invited reviewer of the international journals: Precambrian Res., Geology, GCA, EPSL, JGR-Solid Earth, Ore Geol. Rev., J. Geodynam., J. Petrol., Am. Min., Tectonics, Geosphere, Lithosphere, Lithos, Inter. Geol. Rev., Gondwana Res., Lithos,Geol. Mag., J. Asian Earth Sci., Chinese Sci. Bull., etc. Review average 40 international manuscripts per year.