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Dr. Haijiang Zhang is currently a Professor of Geophysics and the Associate Director of Geophysical Research Institute at University of Science and Technology of China. He is also the director for the Wantai Microseismic Lab of School of Earth and Space Sciences. He received his PhD degree of seismology and geophysics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in December 2003. He was a research scientist at the Earth Resources Laboratory of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests focus on studying induced seismicity caused by oil/gas production, mining and geothermal resources development. He also works on developing advanced seismic imaging methods to study subduction zones, fault zones and volcanoes and is the developer of the widely used double-difference seismic tomography code (tomoDD).

Dr. Zhang was the Associate Editor of the Bulletin of Seismological Society of America from 2010-2013. He was selected into the “1000 Talent Program (Junior Group)” administered by the Chinese central government in 2011.


To know more about his research, please visit his personal website and microseismic lab website, as follows:


Personal website: http://earthquake.ustc.edu.cn/

个人主页: http://earthquake.ustc.edu.cn/


Microseismic Lab: http://microseismic.ustc.edu.cn/

微震实验室: http://microseismic.ustc.edu.cn/


Address: School of Earth and Space

               University of Science and Technology of China

               96 Jinzhai Road

               Hefei, Anhui, 230026, China

E-mail: zhang11 at ustc.edu.cn

Phone: 0551-6360 3428 (o)

Office: Room 1115, SESS Building