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Professor Li Xingxing awarded G Division Outstanding Early Career Scientists by the European Geosciences Union
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Recently, The European Geosciences Union (EGU) conferred G Division Outstanding Early Career Scientists Award for 2017 on Li Xingxing, Professor and doctoral supervisor from School of Geodesy and Geomatics of Wuhan University.

Professor Li Xingxing was honored as a member of “Young Overseas High-Level Talents Introduction Plan” by the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC in 2016. He is also the chairman of working group entitled “Multi-GNSS bias” organized by International Association of Geodesy (IAG). Professor Li mainly focuses on theories and new approaches in the research filed of satellite navigation and positioning, and some other geoscience application fields are also of his concern. He was invited to work in Helmholtz Center Potsdam-German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ) in 2010, and played a core role in the construction of IGS real-time analysis center. The funding project he was awarded by Helmholtz Association made him the first Chinese recipient in the field of geoscience. In addition, he was also the winner of ION Outstanding Dissertation Prize in 2012, the GFZ “Friedrich-Robert-Helmert” Prize in 2016. In recent years, he published more than 40 SCI articles in global authorized journals, including GRL, JGR, JG, IEEE, TGRS, GJI, SR etc.

As the most authorized geoscience research organization both in Europe and the world as a whole, the European Geosciences Union is home to the top scientists in this circle. The G Division Outstanding Early Career Scientists Award is honored to young scientists who have made extinguished contributions in the field. Professor Li won the award due to the abundance of deep research he conducted in recent years in theoretical approaches and in practice of real-time high frequency GNSS. His research area includes monitoring and early warning of earthquakes, monitoring the atmosphere, and the applications in meteorology. These outstanding achievements made him widely recognized throughout the world.  

 

 

Rewritten by Zhang Qiyue

Edited by Shen Yuxi, Hu Sijia

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