Secretary General: Lei Geng
Lei Geng now is a professor at the University of Science and Technology of China. Before that he was a Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellow in LGGE-CNRS, and before moved to France, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington. He started my science career in polar research 12 years ago when he was a graduate student, and his first project was measuring major ion species of the brittle ice of the WAIS Divide ice core. Form that he knew he is at least good at cutting ice. His primary research interest is using unique isotope proxies combined with ice core records to study the interactions between atmospheric chemistry and climate. He is also interested in the effects of sea ice surface emissions on atmospheric chemistry and climate. After moving back China, he is now also looking forward to working on snow and ice cores from the Third Pole, i.e., the Tibetan Plateau, aiming to understand the exchange of ozone and pollutants between the stratosphere and troposphere at present and in the past.