Faculty Profile
 
  JIN Zhengyao
     
Department: USTC Archaeometry Laboratory
Mailing Address:
University of Science and Technology of China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63602465
Fax:
63602465
Homepage:
http://en.archlab.ustc.edu.cn/people_1/Staff/201101/t20110119_88174.html
 
       

Research Profile

Dr. Jin Zhengyao, Professor of Scientific Archaeology, Head of USTC Archaeometry Laboratory, and Executive Chair of the Committee of Emerging Technologies for Archaeology, Chinese Society of Archaeology. Professor Jin is interested in culture exchanges, technology diffusion and human migration, also in applying both archaeological and analytical (including elemental, isotopic and archaeochrolonogic) methods on the use of natural resources in the past. Prof. Jin has authored, co-authored or edited 16 books, and has published more than 100 articles in Chinese, English and Japanese.
 
     
Selected Publications
1) LEAD ISOTOPE ANALYSES REVEALED THE KEY ROLE OF CHANG’AN IN THE MIRROR PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DURING THE HAN DYNASTY , Archaeometry , 201606 , accepted
2) 湖南宁乡县炭河里遗址出土青铜器的科学分析 , 考古 , 2016年7 , 2016年第七期
3) Luminescence study of the initial, pre-casting firing temperatures of clay mould and core used for bronze casting at Yinxu (13c. BC~11c. BC)  , Quaternary Geochronology , 201510 , 2015 V.30
4) OSL chronology of traditional zinc smelting activity in Yunnan province, southwest China , Quaternary Geochronology , 201510 , 2015 V.30
5) Isotope studies of human remains from Mayutian, Yunnan Province, China , Journal of Archaeological Science , 201410 , 2014年第10期
6) Firing temperature of a clay core sample in a bronze tripod from Daxinzhuang Site in China using TL techniques , GEOCHRONOMETRIA , 201312 , 2013 V.40
7) Luminescence determination of firing temperature of archaeological pure sand related to ancient Dian bronze casting, China. , Quaternary Geochronology , 201207 , 2012 V. 10
8) 新石器晚期祭祀彩石的多种谱学方法研究 , 光谱学与光谱分析 , 201309 , 33(9)
9) Recent Discoveries Concerning Metallurgy in Bronze Age Yunnan,Forbes Forum (invited) , Scientific Research on Ancient Asian Metallurgy , 2012.2 , Eds. Jett,et al. 2012 London
10) Can noodles be made of millet? : An experimental investigation of noodle manufacture together with starch grain analyses , Archaeometry , 2011 , 2011,53(1)
11) An elemental and lead isotopical study on bronze helmets from Royal Tomb NO. 1004 in Yin Ruins , Archaeometry , 201012 , 2010,52(6)
 
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TEL: +86-551-63600279, E-mail: tianlin@ustc.edu.cn