International  Center  for  Isotope  Effects  Research

Nanjing University

Seminars & Events

May 17th, 2022: Dr. Junbo Ren from Jilin University gave us a talk entitled "Stable isotopes of Cenozoic mummified fossil wood cellulose and their paleoclimatic implications".


May 10th, 2022: Dr. Mimi Chen from PKU gave us a talk entitled "When atmospheric S met hydrothermal S in Archean deep ocean".


May 2nd, 2022: Dr. Yongbo Peng published a paper on PNAS.


April 15th, 2022:  Prof. Shohei Hattori received the Asahi Group Environmental & Sustainability Research Award by the Asahi Group Foundation.


Mar. 9th, 2022: Dr. Yuzhen Yan from Rice University gave us a talk entitled "Ice core evidence for atmospheric oxygen decline since the Mid-Pleistocene transition".


Jan. 14th, 2022: Year end dinner of 2021.


Dec. 29th, 2021: The first laser fluorination vacuum line at ICIER yielded high precision triple oxygen isotope data. Repeated measurements of the same silicate standards generated a reproducibility of several ppm.


Dec. 25th, 2021: The first Christmas party in ICIER.


Dec. 24th, 2021: Dr. Shohei Hattori officially joined ICIER as Faculty Member and Dr. Fumihiro Matsu’ura officially joined ICIER as Postdoctoral Researcher.


Nov. 3rd, 2021: Prof. Tengyu Liu from the School of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing University gave us a talk entitled "Oxidation of sulfur dioxide by nitrogen dioxide accelerated at the interface of deliquesced aerosol particles".


Oct. 13th, 2021: Thermo Fisher Instrument training, which had been suspended for more than two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has resumed.


Oct. 9th, 2021: ICIER first external sample measuring sercive for the n-alkanes hydrogen Isotope from Prof. Youping Zhou group of Shanxi University of Science and Technology.


Oct. 8th, 2021: Ruizhu Chen, Xu Li joined ICIER as Master student, and Ziluan Chen joined ICIER as PhD.


Sept. 28th, 2021: Longchen Zhu joined ICIER as an incoming PhD, officially enrolled in September 2022.


Aug. 27th, 2021: The dine together after Huiming Bao came back.


Aug. 10th, 2021: The first Oxygen isotope data at ICIER.


July 1st, 2021: Dr. Hao Yan officially joined ICIER as Faculty Member.


May. 16th, 2021: One Thermo 253 Ultra were unpacked and started the installation.


May. 15th, 2021Three Thermo Delta V Plus and two 253 Plus were unpacked and started the installation.


May. 7th, 2021: Xiang Sun joined ICIER as an incoming PhD, officially enrolled in September.


Mar. 3rd, 2021: Dr. Haiyang Wang joined ICIER as postdoc.


Jan. 15th, 2021: The first laser fluorination vacuum line for high‐precision analysis of triple oxygen isotopes  is udner construction.


Jan. 1st, 2021: Xiaobin Cao and Huiming Bao “Small triple oxygen isotope variations in sulfate: Mechanisms and applications” was published in Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry.


Dec. 2020: Xing et al “Vapor isotopic evidence for the worsening of winter air quality by anthropogenic combustion-derived water” was published in PNAS.


Dec. 18th, 2020: Dr. Xiaobin Cao presented a short-course talk titled “Small triple oxygen isotope variations in sulfate: Mechanisms and applications” at a workshop “Triple Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry” via zoom.


Dec. 2020Massive renovation of laboratory suite began.


Dec. 2020: Spectro ICP-OES (Arcos) and Linseis Thermal Gravimetric Analyzer (STA PT1600) arrived on Dec. 18th and on Dec. 31th, respectively.


Nov. 2020: Dr. Dongjian Ouyang and Dr. Yanqing Li joined ICIER as postdoc and associate researcher, respectively.


Nov. 17th: ABB Triple Isotopic water Analyzer (GLA431-TIWA) arrived.


Oct. 19th: Three Thermo Delta V Plus with peripherals arrived.


Oct. 15th: One Thermo 253 Ultra and two 253 Plus arrived.


Oct. 14th: Thermo Orbitrap arrived.


July 10th, 2020: The first batch of instruments bidding opened.


June 2020: Administrative and research staff of ICIER formally moved into the Modern Engineering Building at Xianlin campus.


May 2020: Laboratory equipment acquisition plan passed an ad-hoc committee's inspection.

May 2020: Renovation plan for ICIER laboratory suite was approved by a committee of 18 members from NJU and other research institutes and universities in the country.

Jan. 2020: Modern Engineering Building in the campus opened for renovation; electricity, water, and AC were available.