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Colloquium of IESAS

Speaker Title Host



Dr. Han-Yi Ricky Chiu

(Postdoc, IESAS)

Application of LA-ICPMS to zircon U-Pb geochronology study of arc magmatism in Iran Wen-Pin Hsieh



Dr. Pei-Ying Patty Lin

(Postdoc, IESAS, NSYSU)

Constraining deformation and flow in the oceanic mantle: the local view from the NoMelt experiment in the central pacific Wen-Pin Hsieh



Dr. Alexandre Canitano

(Postdoc, IESAS)

Borehole strainmeter observations along eastern Taiwan Wen-Pin Hsieh



Prof. Masaki Enami

(Center for Chronological Research, Nagoya Univ.)

Introductions to Raman spectroscopy and quartz Raman geobarometry Tzen-Fu Yui



Dr. Tefang Lan

(Postdoc, IESAS)

Noble Gas Trilogy (II) – Scientific OCD Wen-Pin Hsieh





Dr. Susannah Dorfman

(Assistant Prof. of Geological Sciences, Michigan State Univ.)

Effects of Iron on Earth's Deep Lower Mantle Wen-Pin Hsieh

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