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 I currently work as Geophysical Research Consultant for the Geoscience Research Center of Total E&P in Aberdeen, and enjoy visitor status in the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh. I currently work as Geophysical Research Consultant for the Geoscience Research Center of Total E&P in Aberdeen, and enjoy visitor status in the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh.
  
-For my work on reservoir-scale passive seismic interferometry and imaging I received a PhD degree from [[http://​www.stanford.edu/​|Stanford University]] in 2014. Subsequently,​ on a Fellowship of the [[http://​english.cas.cn|CAS]],​ I worked as a Research Fellow at the [[http://​en.ustc.edu.cn/​|University of Science and Technology of China]] (USTC) where my research shifted to seismic wave field gradiometry. From 2015 to 2017, I worked as the Whittaker Research Fellow for Industry at the [[http://​www.ed.ac.uk|University of Edinburgh]],​ where my main research focussed on wave field inversion of the ambient seismic wavefield for subsurface structure.+For my work on reservoir-scale passive seismic interferometry and imaging I received a PhD degree from [[http://​www.stanford.edu/​|Stanford University]] in 2014. Subsequently,​ on a Fellowship of the [[http://​english.cas.cn|CAS]],​ I was a Research Fellow at the [[http://​en.ustc.edu.cn/​|University of Science and Technology of China]] (USTC) where my research shifted to seismic wave field gradiometry. From 2015 to 2017, I was the Whittaker Research Fellow for Industry at the [[http://​www.ed.ac.uk|University of Edinburgh]],​ where my main research focussed on wave field inversion of the ambient seismic wavefield for subsurface structure.
  
 I have been awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award of the SEG (2017) in recognition of my work on utilising surface waves from ambient noise for exploration seismology. I have been awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award of the SEG (2017) in recognition of my work on utilising surface waves from ambient noise for exploration seismology.
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