International  Center  for  Isotope  Effects  Research

Nanjing University


  ICIER is a cross-college and cross-discipline research hub. It is currently based off and growing out of the College of Earth Sciences and Engineering at Nanjing University. All of our faculty members are affiliated with different colleges in Nanjing University, including but not limited to Earth Sciences, Planetary Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geography and Oceanography, Atmospheric Sciences, Medical School, and Life Sciences. 

2024-02-01 15:45 Prof. Hattori was awarded as "Emerging Investigator Awardr" by International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC).
2023-12-25 11:45 ICIER was involved in an effort led by Bin Li at GFZ to produce reference barite, anhydrite, and gypsum samples for in-situ δ18O and δ34S measurement using secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS). The ...
2023-12-20 11:04 Gathering at the end of 2023
2023-12-20 10:16 Postgraduate student Xiaoli Dong received the Excellent Oral Report Award at the 9th National Conference on Stable lsotope Ecology.
2023-10-30 15:07 Ph.D. Student Sun Xiang Receives Outstanding Presentation Award at the 14th National Aerosol Conference.
2023-09-27 11:20 Prof. Gray Byerly from  Louisiana State University visited ICIER and gave a seminar.
2023-08-19 10:31   2023 Workshop on High-Dimensional Isotope Signatures effects was held from August 19th to August 20th.
2023-08-17 10:25 2023 Advanced Course on Isotope Effects was held from August 17th to 18th.
2023-08-05 14:11 Shohei Hattori, a tenured associate professor, delivered a lecture at the International Summer School on Earth System Sciences,
2023-06-16 14:57 After the last term paper presentation- Course "Isotope effects: Principles and Applications".
2023-05-22 11:04 Tenured Associate Professor Shohei Hattori has been awarded the 18th (2022) Japan Society of Atmospheric Chemistry (JpSAC) Young Scientist Award Award. The award-winning title is "Atmospheric sulfur c...
2023-04-25 10:21 Cascella Christopher, the factory director of Thermo Fisher Scientific's headquarters in Bremen, Germany, Lloyd Nickolas, the product manager visited ICIER  On April 25. Managers of China, Li Haim...

Han, T., Peng, YB., Bao, HM. Sulfate-limited euxinic seawater facilitated Paleozoic massively bedded barite deposition. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 582: 117419.