Wei Junqi graduated from the Department of geology, Nanjing University in 1988 with a bachelor's degree in geochemistry, and from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) with a doctor's degree in mineral, rock and ore deposit in 2004. He worked in Yichang Institute of Geology and mineral resources from 1988 to 2007, worked in Guangzhou Institute of geochemistry postdoctoral mobile station from 2005 to 2007, and has taught in the Department of geology of Northwest University since 2007. In 2004, he was promoted to researcher, and in 2009, he was selected as doctoral supervisor. He has successively presided over or participated in geological survey, metallogenic law research, mineral exploration and other projects in Hainan, Yunnan "Three Rivers", Tibet, South China and other places, and presided over four projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation. In recent years, the research on the crystalline basement of Huangling in the west of Hubei Province in the Yangtze craton has been mainly carried out, including the tectonic magmatic thermal metamorphism events related to the formation and evolution of Huangling basement. The research fields include petrology, mineralogy and isotope geochemistry.
|Departments：||General Geology Teaching and Research Office|
|Direction：||Main research directions (petrology and geochemistry) at present:1. The formation and evolution of the Huangling crystalline basement in the Yangtze craton include the study of amphibolite, tTG gneiss and khondalite series in the Archean Proterozoic Kongling complex.2. Study on mantle peridotites in cratonic lithospheric mantle.3. Study on ophiolite in orogenic belt.|