Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
I have arrived Australia since 2013 after high school in my hometown; here I completed my Bachelor of Science with Honours in Geology in the University of Adelaide. During the past 4 years, I knew my supervisors and built my confidence in researches, I believe I am passionate in learning new things and getting new experience, so I decided to continue my Ph.D.
Personally, I love travelling and nature, I respect and appreciate the environments and resources given by our incredible planet, and I think it is humans' obligation to get to know it and protect it in return, and science is my way of doing it. And I also love adventures, different languages and cultures; I enjoy travelling alone and tried to learn other languages by myself, as I had unforgettable friendships in Turkey, which got over the language barrier to my heart. I wish all cultures understand and respect one another. Apart from these, I spent a lot of time on exercising (mainly swimming, as I love water) and try to maintain a healthy lifestyle; I also like music, painting and dancing.
As for my future, all I want to do is to make the planet better, to understand the earth's systems and its past and to prevent further damage to it. Moreover, I want to travel as much as I can, either as a scientist or a traveler.
Date Position Institution name 2017 - 2020 P.h.D Candidate The University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Language Competency Chinese (Mandarin) Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Turkish Can read, write, speak and understand spoken
Date Institution name Country Title 2016 - 2016 University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Science (Honours) 2014 - 2015 University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Science
Year Citation 2018 Shao, Y., Farkas, J., Holmden, C., Mosley, L., Kell-Duivestein, I., Izzo, C., . . . Gillanders, B. (2018). Calcium and strontium isotope systematics in the lagoon estuarine environments of South Australia: Implications for water source mixing, carbonate fluxes and fish migration. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 239, 90-108.
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