Professor Chan, Lung Sang 陳龍生
- Geophysics and Tectonic History of South China-Hong Kong Region
- Development of innovative geophysical techniques for Environmental and Engineering Application
- Generation of earthquake ground motions for the Hong Kong region
- Magnetic Properties of Urban Sediments
- Geophysical and radiometric study of weathered rocks
Prof Lung S Chan received his bachelor degree from CUHK and his Masters and PhD in geology and geophysics from University of California-Berkeley. His research interests include the tectonics and geology of South China, environmental magnetism, geophysics and development of innovative geophysical techniques to geological and urban studies. His recent research projects include Cenozoic geological history of South China, co-seismic changes in gravity field associated with 2008 Sichuan earthquake, seismogenic characteristics of aftershock migration in earthquakes, application of infrared thermography to detect body temperatures. The last study was awarded the Best Original Paper by HK Medical Journal in 2013.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2004-11-01||University Teaching Fellowship: The University of Hong Kong||Teaching Accomplishment|
|2010-10-01||University Distinguished Teaching Award||Teaching Accomplishment|
|2012-06-01||Faculty KE Award 2012: Faculty of Science, The University of Hong Kong||Others|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2006-present||Advisor||Hong Kong Association of Liberal Studies Teachers|
|6/2000-6/2004||Chair||Geological Society of Hong Kong|
|6/2004-12/2005||Ex-officio||Geological Society of Hong Kong|
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