Talent details

Name:Jiankun He
Title & Affiliation:Ph.D, Professor
Homepage in Chinese:http://sourcedb.itpcas.cas.cn/cn/expert/200907/t20090706_2001502.html
Address:Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China

Education and Appointments


Ph.D. in Structural Geology and Geophysics, Nanjing University, China, 1995 

M. S. in Structural Geology, China University of Mining and Technology, China, 1988 

B. S. in Structural Geology, China University of Mining and Technology, China, 1984 


2007.02-present, Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China 

2008.3-6, Visiting scholar,, Dept. Earth and Space Sciences, Univ. of California-Los Angeles, USA 

2005.9-12, Visiting Scholar, Laboratoire de Geophysique, Universite de Montpellier II, France 

2002.7-12, Visting Scholar, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA 

1998-2006, Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China 

1996-1998, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Geophysics, CAS, China 

1988-1992, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geology, China Univ. of Mining and Technology, China 

Research Interest

Research Interests: Active Tectonics, Geodetic GPS measurements, Earthquake Trigerring, Multiscale Geodynamical modeling

Research Fields: Active Tecronics and Geodynamics

Selected Publications

Publications in the recent 5 years (2016-2020)
Part 1: 5 representative publications
1. Zhu, X., J. He*, W. Wang, X. Wang, and J. Xiao, 2020. Rupture models and viscoelastic stress changes of three Mw ~ 6.3 earthquakes along the southern front of the Qilian Mountains, northeastern Tibetan plateau. Tectonophysics, 796(5), 228663.
2. Zhu, X., J. He*, J. Xiao, and X. Wang, 2020. Uniform slip rates of the Altyn Tagh and the Kunlun faults likely reflect lateral variation of frictional strength of the faults. Terra Nova, 32, 381-389 (Cover image article).
3. Pan, Z*., J. He, Z. Shao, 2020. Spatial variation in the present-day stress field and tectonic regime of Northeast Tibet from moment tensor solutions of local earthquake data. Geophysical Journal International, 221, 478-491.
4. Xu, D., J. Xiao, J. He*, W. Wang, 2020. Strong earthquake clustering around the eastern Tibetan Plateau after the 2008 MW7.9 Wenchuan earthquake. Science China Earth Sciences, 63, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11430-019-9581-x
5. Zhou, Y., J. He*, O. Ilhomjon, M. Gadoev, Z. Pan, W. Wang, S. Abdulov, N. Rajabov, 2016. Present-day crustal motion around the Pamir Plateau from GPS measurements. Gondwana Research, 35, 144-154.
Part 2: all other publications (exclude part 1)
1. Chen, C., Y. Bai, X. Fang, Q. Xu, T. Zhang, T. Deng, J. He, Q. Chen, 2020. Lower-altitude of the Himalayas before the mid-Pliocene as constrained by hydrological and thermal conditions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 545, 116422.
2. Zhu, X., and J. He, 2019. Modeling the Coulomb stress changes along the Xiaojiang and the Red River fault by the 1970 Ms7.7 Tonghai earthquake. Journal of Geodesy and Geodynamics (in Chinese), 39, 1223-1228.
3. Pan, Z., J. He, J. Li, 2018. Contemporary Crustal Deformation Within the Pamir Plateau Constrained by Geodetic Observations and Focal Mechanism Solutions. Pure Applied Geophysics, 175, 3463–3484.
4. Wang, W., J. He, J. Hao, Z. Yao, 2018. Preliminary result for the rupture process of Nov.13, 2017, Mw7.3 earthquake at Iran-Iraq border. Earth and Planetary Physics, 2, 82–83.
5. Wang, W., J. Hao, J. He, X. Wang, L. Zhao, 2018. Rupture process of the 2013, Balochistan Mw7.7 earthquake, Pakistan. Chinese Journal of Geophysics (In Chinese), 61(3), 872-879. 
6. Wang, X., J. Xiao. H. Xu, and J. He, 2016. Dynamic response of the Xianshuihe and Longmenshan fault zones to regional tectonic loading. Chinese Journal of Geophysics (in Chines), 59, 1403-1413.