Wenhong Qiu (Johnson) 邱文洪

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHER

Research Gate: Qiu Wenhong

E-mail: johnson.qiu@usj.edu.mo ; qiuwenhong1990@qq.com

EDUCATION: 

  • 2013 BSc in Geology, School of Earth Science and Engineering, Nanjing University
  • 2018 PhD in Petrology and Geochemistry, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong

ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2018 to 2019 Feb, Research Assistant, The University of Hong Kong

2019 Mar hitherto, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Saint Joseph

RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research focuses on (1) Paleozoic sedimentary exhalative sulfide (SEDEX) deposits, volcanic hosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits and Mississippi Valley-type sulfide (MVT) deposits in South China, and (2) seafloor massive sulfide deposits (SMS) formed in hydrothermal systems from slower spreading mid-ocean ridges, like the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Southwest Indian Ridge.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

SELECTED COMMUNICATIONS

  • Qiu, W., Dias, A. A., Costa, P. (2020) Ore-Forming Process of the Menez Gwen Hydrothermal Field: In situ S Isotopes and Trace Metals Constraints. Poster presentation at the Goldschmidt Conference 2020 (online), Hawaii, USA.
  • Qiu, W., Zhou, M. F., (2019, Oct) Interaction between hydrothermal and biological activities on a paleo-venting seafloor during formation of a SEDEX pyrite deposit. Oral presentation at the 2019 International Symposium on Low-temperature Mineralization, Guiyang, China.
  • Qiu, W., Dias, A. A., Tao, C., Barriga, F. (2019, Sep) Sulfide mineralization of the Saldanha hydrothermal field (MAR): constraints from the in-situ sulfur isotope microanalysis. Oral presentation at the InterRidge workshop on hydrothermal ore-forming process and the fate of SMS deposits along slow and ultraslow MOR, Hangzhou, China.
  • Qiu, W., Dias, A. A., Costa, P. (2019, April) Hydrothermal fields at Mid-Atalantic Ridge, near Azores (Portugal). Poster presentation at The 17th Annual Conference of the Chinese Society of Mineralogy Petrology and Geochemistry, Hangzhou, China.
  • Qiu, W., Zhou M. F. (2017, June). Sulfur isotopic constraints on the origin of the Dajiangping SEDEX-type pyrite deposit, South China. Oral presentation at the FUTORES II Conference, Townsville, Australia.