China University of Geosciences | China
Di-Cheng Zhu is Professor at the China University of Geosciences Beijing (China). B.Sc. (1997) and M.Sc. (2000) from Chengdu University of Technology, Ph.D. (2003) from Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, China. Research fields include petrology, geochronology, and geochemistry. Research interests include (1) Early Cretaceous magmatism in SE Tibet, SE India, and SW Australia (eastern Gondwana) and its possible link with the Kerguelen mantle plume, (2) The generation of giant granitic batholiths and implications for crustal formation in collision zones, and (3) Paleogeographic reconstruction in the northern margin of Gondwana: magmatic and detrital zircon perspectives. Recipient of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (2012), Changjiang Scholars Distinguished Professor, Ministry of Education of China (2013), and Recipient of the National “Ten Thousand Plan”. Google Scholar H index 35, citations 4404 since 2012.
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