In August 2019, Associate Research Professor LIU Yingchao was supported by the NSFC Fund for Excellent Young Scholars.
Fig. Associate Research Professor LIU Yingchao, supported by the NSFC Fund for Excellent Young Schorlars in 2019
Graduated with a Master’s Degree of Geochemistry and a Doctor’s Degree of Mineralogy, Petrology and Mineral Deposits from Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences in 2012, LIU Yingchao was promoted as an associate research professor in 2015. She conducted cooperation and communication as a visiting scholar at Australian National University and Colorado School of Mines in 2015 and 2018, respectively. She has been engaged in the research of the typical Pb and Zn deposits in the Chinese Tibet Plateau-Himalaya Orogenic Belt and Iranian Zagros Orogenic Belt of the Tethys Collision Orogenic System, and has obtained innovative achievements in respect of the core research of the new theory of Pb and Zn mineralization in carbonate rocks in the fold and thrust system, and established the system of lead and zinc mineralization related to magmatic hydrothermal fluids during continental collision. She was also the winner of the “Geological Society of China Youth Geological Science & Technology Award (Golden Hammer Award)” in 2019. She has Published 23 papers as the first author or corresponding author in domestic and foreign mainstream journals, such as Economic Geology, Ore Geology Reviews, Gondwana Research, Acta Petrologica Sinica, and Mineral Deposits.