PhD. 09/2005-02/2009 Kiel University, Germany. Plant Nutrition.
MSc. 09/2000-07/2003 Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Soil Science.
BS. 09/1996-07/2000 Beijing Technology and Business University, China. Bioengineering.
Professor, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science (04/2019-present)
Associate Professor, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (12/2011-03/2019)
Visiting scholar, Institute of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, Kiel University, Germany (03/2010-08/2010)
Assistant Professor, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (03/2009-11/2011)
Research Assistant, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (07/2003-01/2005)
Managed research projects,including 3 National Natural Science Foundation of China, 3 CAS Strategic Priority Research Program Grant, 1 National Basic Research Program (973 Program), 1 Science and Technology Service Network Initiative of Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc. The study has led to the publication of 27 SCI papers including 1 highly cited paper and 20 CSCD papers; participation in 1 academic books “Principles and Methods of Soil Microbiology Research”; authorization of 2 invented patent and 1 software copyright.
In recent years, the systematic and innovative research works were conducted on soil microibal diversity and ecological functions, carbon metabolic properties of soil microbial communities, coupling and transformation of carbon and nitrogen/phospherous. Some creative achievements: (1) On both field scale and regional scale, input of soil organic carbon into soils increased stability of soil microbial communities and diversity of microbial funcitions. (2) Labile C led to priming effects mediated by microorganisms in soils and as consequence improved the turnover of soil organic matter and availability of nitrogen and phospherous. (3) Rhizosphere deposition can be considered as mobile primer, if distributed in a lager area in the soils, rhizosphere priming effects can be extended wider and contribute more to nutrient transformation. In addiiton to quantity and quality, the migration and distribution of organic C play important roles in soil nutrient cycling and sustainable development.