Department of geology northwest university

Teacher Name

1、 Personal profile

He is responsible for teaching the courses of Paleontology and stratigraphy, foreign languages for geology and principles of advanced paleontology for postgraduates. He won the first prize in the teaching competition for young teachers of Northwest University and the second prize in the science group of the teaching competition for young teachers of Shaanxi Province

At present, he is mainly engaged in the field of early life evolution, focusing on the world's major specially buried soft body fossil biota in the Cambrian period 500 million years ago. Breaking through the research limitations of traditional paleontology, combining with various research methods and latest research results of modern biology, especially in the frontier fields of molecular biology, development and evolutionary biology, this paper makes a more in-depth study on the systematic biology, development, nerve, embryo, evolutionary relationship and ecology of fossil biota.

2、 Scientific research

1. Academic papers

Fu D. J., Tong, GH, Dai, T, Liu, W, Yang, YN, Zhang, Y, Cui, LH, Li, LY, Yun, H, Wu, Y, Sun, A, Liu, C, Pei, WR, Gaines, R, Zhang XL. 2019. The Qingjiang biota – An new Burgess Shale-type fossil Lagerstätte from the early Cambrian of South China. Science, 363: 1338-1342.

Fu D. J.*, Ortega-Hernández J., Daley A. C., Zhang XL, Shu DG. 2018. Anamorphic development and extended parental care in a 520-million-year-old stem-group euarthropod from China. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 18:147-17.

Ortega-Hernández J., Fu D. J.*, Zhang XL, Shu DG. 2018. Gut glands illuminate trunk segmentation in Cambrian fuxianhuiids. Current Biology, 28: R135-R147.

Wu Y., Fu D. J.*, Zhang X. L., Daley A. C. and Shu D. G. 2016. Dimorphism of bivalved arthropod Branchiocaris? yunnanensis from the early Cambrian Chengjiang biota, South China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 90 (3):818-836

Fu D. J., Zhang X. L., and Budd G. E., Liu W. and Pan X. Y. 2014. Ontogeny and dimorphism of Isoxys auritus (Arthropoda) from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang biota, South China. Gondwana Research, 25: 975-982.

Fu D. J., Zhang X. L. and Budd G. E. 2014. The first dorsal-eyed bivalved arthropod and its significance for early arthropod evolution. GFF, 136: 80-84.

Fu D. J. and Zhang X. L. 2011. A new arthropod Jugatacaris agilis n. gen. and n. sp. from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang biota, South China. Journal of Paleontology, 85(3):567-586.

Fu D. J., Zhang X. L. and Shu D. G. 2011. Soft anatomy of the Early Cambrian arthropod Isoxys curvirostratus from the Chengjiang biota of South China with a discussion on the origination of great appendages. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 56(4): 843-852.

Fu D. J., Zhang X. L. and Shu D. G. 2011. A Venomous Arthropod in the Early Cambrian Sea. Chinese Science Bulletin, 56 (15): 1532-1534.

Wu Y., Fu D. J.*, Zhang X. L. Daley A. C. and Shu D. G. 2016. Dimorphism of bivalved arthropod Branchiocaris? yunnanensis from the early Cambrian Chengjiang biota, South China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 90(3):818-836.

Zhang X. L., Fu D. J. and Dai T. 2012. A new species of Kangacaris (Arthropoda) from the Chengjiang lagerstätte, lower Cambrian, southwest China. Alcheringa, 36: 23-25.

Zhang X. L., Fu D. J. and Dai T. 2012. A new xandarellid arthropod from the Chengjiang Lagerstätte, Lower Cambrian of Southwest China. Geobios, 45: 335-338.

Duan Y. H., Han, J., Fu D. J., Zhang, X. L., Yang, X. G., Komiya, T. and Shu D. G. 2014. Reproductive strategy of the bradoriid arthropod Kunmingella douvillei from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, South China. Gondwana Research, 25: 983-990.

2. Scientific research projects

Key project of NSFC, 41930319, Cambrian Qingjiang biota research, 2020 / 01-2024 / 12, in charge of the project;

General program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 41772011, morphological differentiation, development mode and phylogenetic relationship of arthropods in Cambrian Burgess Shale biota in South China, 2018 / 01-2021 / 12, under research, in charge of the project;

Key international cooperative research project of NSFC, 41720104002, Cambrian brachiopod origin and evolution and early Paleozoic marine benthic ecosystem initial construction, 2018 / 01-2022 / 12, in research and participation;

National innovation research group project, 41621003, early life evolution, 2017 / 01-2022 / 12, in research, backbone;

"111" talent introduction plan for Discipline Innovation of colleges and universities, early life and environment discipline innovation talent introduction base (d17013), 2017-2021, under research, backbone;

Special sub project of strategic leading science and technology of Chinese Academy of Sciences: origin of fauna and Cambrian explosion, xdb260101042018 / 09-2023 / 09, under research, participated in;

Youth project of national key basic research and development plan (973 Plan), 2013cb837100, research on the origin and evolution of Cambrian leafpods and related molting animals, sub project in charge;

Youth program of NSFC, 41202007, research on the morphology, development, systematic classification and evolutionary relationship of Cambrian waputa arthropods, in charge of the project;

NSFC, National Key Laboratory of modern Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Nanjing, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 123113; fj12155, research on the lineage relationship and ecological adaptability of global spiniferous arthropods such as Cambrian, in charge of the project.

National Fund Committee, research fund of National Key Laboratory of continental dynamics, bj12144, research on the morphology, development, systematical classification and evolutionary relationship of Cambrian waputa arthropods, in charge of the project;

Key scientific and technological innovation team plan of Shaanxi Provincial Department of science and technology, 2012kct-08, project backbone (person in charge: Zhang Xingliang);

Special research fund for doctoral program of Higher Education (priority development field, 201161011300002), the second adult (person in charge: Shu degan).

3. Academic conferences and exchanges

Relying on the first-class geology discipline of Northwest University, the State Key Laboratory of continental dynamics and the Key Laboratory of early life and environment of Shaanxi Province, in recent years, international exchanges and cooperation in the field of early life research have been widely carried out. At present, it has maintained close cooperation with experts and scholars in relevant fields of internationally renowned universities such as Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard University, etc. In August 2018, he served as the Secretary General of the international scientific conference of the Ediacaran and Cambrian Systems jointly sponsored by the international stratigraphic Committee Ediacaran branch and Cambrian branch, and successfully organized an international conference of 197 representatives (84 foreign representatives) from 15 countries, including 4 field trips. In September 2017, he served as the chairman and hosted the "Cambrian arthropod international seminar". Lead students to the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, Africa, Asian countries to participate in international projects, conferences and field trips. The team made nearly 30 oral reports, and one person won the "national excellent graduate Award".

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Fu Dongjing

Departments:Paleontology Teaching and Research Office,State Key Laboratory of Continental Dynamics
Title:Professor
Direction:Paleontology and stratigraphy; early life evolution, doctoral supervisor
Email:djfu@nwu.edu.cn

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