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Name   He, Jiankun Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7064 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      jkhe@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

1992-1995, Ph.D, Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University
1985-1988, M.S, Department of Geology, China University of Mining and Technology
1981-1984, B.S, Department of Geology, China University of Mining and Technology

2007 - present, Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2008,3 - 6, Visiting scholar, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of California-Los Angeles, USA
2005,9 -12, Research scientist, Laboratoire de Geophysique, CNRS & Universite de Montpellier II, France
2004,7 - 9, Visiting scholar, Laboratoire de Geophysique, CNRS & Universite de Montpellier II, France
2002,7 - 12, Post-doc,Department of Geological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA
1998 - 2006, Associate professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1996 - 1998, Post-doc, Institute of Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1988 - 1992, Assistant professor, China University of Mining and Technology

Research Interest:

GPS and InSAR geodetic measurements, Earthquake triggering related to poroelastic and viscoelastic deformation and fault interaction, Mechanical modeling of active tectonics and geodynamics

Public Services:

Selected Publications:
  1. He, J., S. Lu, W. Wang, 2012, Three-dimensional mechanical modeling of the GPS velocity field around the northeastern Tibetan plateau and surrounding regions, Tectonophysics, (revised).
  2. Wang, X., and J. He*, 2012, Channel flow of the lower crust and its relation to large-scale tectonic geomorphology of the eastern Tibetan Plateau, Science in China (D), (accepted)
  3. He, J., W. Xia, and S. Lu, 2011, Three-dimensional finite element modeling of stress evolution around the Xiaojiang fault system, southeastern Tibet, in the past ~500 years, Tectonophysics, 507, 70-85.
  4. He, J. and G. Peltzer, 2010, Poroelastic triggering in the January 9-22, 2008 Nima-Gaize (Tibet) earthquake sequence. GEOLOGY, 38(10),907–910.
  5. Pei, S., J. Su, H. Zhang,Y. Sun, M. N. Toksöz, Z. Wang, X. Gao, J. Liu, J. He, 2010, Three-dimensional seismic velocity structure across the 2008 Wenchuan Ms8.0 earthquake, Sichuan, China. Tectonophysics, 491, 211-217.
  6. He, J., S. Lu, and X. Wang, 2009, Mechanical relation between crustal rheology, effective fault friction, and strike-slip distribution among the Xiaojiang fault system, southeastern Tibet. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 34, 363-375.
  7. Pei, S., Z. Cui, Y. Sun, M. N. Toksöz, C.A. Rowe, X. Gao, J. Zhao, H. Liu, J. He, F. D. Morgan, 2009, Structure of the Upper Crust in Japan from S-wave Attenuation Tomography. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(1), 428–434.
  8. He, J. and J. Cherry, 2008, Late Quaternary slip rates of the Altyn Tagh,the Kunlun and the Karakorum faults (Tibet) from 3D mechanical modeling. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 274; 50-58.
  9. Wang, J., Z. Ye, and J. He, 2008, Three-dimensional mechanical modeling of large-scale crustal deformation in China constrained by the GPS velocity field. Tectonophysics, 446, 51–60.
  10. He, J. and S. Lu, 2007, Lower friction of the Xianshuihe-Xiaojiang fault system and its effect on active deformation around the southeastern Tibetan margin. Terra Nova, 19, 204–210.
  11. Chang, X., Y. Liu, and J. He, 2007, Lower velocities beneath the Taihang Mountains, northeastern China. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 97, 1364-1369.
  12. Li, Y., J. Zhang, J. He, et al., 2007, Current-day tectonic motion and intraplate deformation strain field obtained from space geodesy in the Pacific Plate. Chinese J. Geophys., 50, 437-447.
  13. He, J., Y. Li, and C. Teng, 2005, Asymmetric flank uplift of the Yinchuan graben, north central China: implication of lateral variation of crustal rheology from the Alashan to the Ordos. Geophysical Research Letters, 32; L2213, doi:10.1029/ 2003GL018764.
  14. Liu, Y., C. Chang, J. He, 2005, Three-dimensional velocity images of the crust and upper mantle beneathe the north-south zone in China. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 95, 916-926.
  15. He, J., D. Cai, Y. Li, and Z. Gong, 2004, Active extension of the Shanxi rift, north China: does it result from anticlockwise block rotations?. Terra Nova, 16, 38-42.
  16. He, J., M. Liu, and Y. Li, 2003, Is the Shanxi rift of northern China extending?. Geophysical Research Letters, 30, 2213, doi:10.1029/2003GL018764.
  17. He, J., 2003, Mecha-nical instability of the crustal thickness transition zone between the Taihang Shan mountains in relation to the tectonic compression of the frontal Cenozoic basin. Chinese J. Geophys., 46, 712-724.
  18. He, J., J. Liu, 2002, Lower-crust ductile flow and its mechanical relation with syn-collision crustal extension in orogenic belt. Chinese J. Geophys., 45, 502-516.
  19. Sun, R., F. Liu, and J. He, 2001, Structural setting of strong earthquakes in the Huabei area of China. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 158, 903-918.
  20. Liu, J., F. Liu, J. He, H. Chen, and Q. You, 2001, Study of seismic tomography in Panxi paleorift area of southwestern China—Structural features of crust and mantle and their evolution. Science in China (D), 44, 277–288.
  21. Cai, D., Y. Luo, C. Yao, J. He, et al., 2000, Structures of the Bohai petroliferous area, Bohai Bay Basin. Acta Geologica Sinica, 74(3), 641-650.
  22. He, J., 1998,Morphology of the Moho discontinuity beneath the Eastern Qinling mountains and its implication for deep process of the collisional orogeny. Chinese J. Geophys., 41(supp); 64-76.

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