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The 2021 Graduation Ceremony and Degree Awarding Ceremony Held in CUGBJun 21, 2021

On the morning of June 21st, the 2021 Graduation Ceremony and Degree Awarding Ceremony was held grandly in CUGB.

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RESEARCH

Geosciences Research

Scientific research is the foundation and source of the vitality of research universities, and the ability of scientific and technological innovation is the concentrated embodiment of the core competitiveness of universities.
Taking inheritance and innovation as its own responsibility, CUGB adapts to the national scientific research management system and operation mechanism, faces the frontier of Geosciences and national strategic needs, and based on the needs of "double first-class" discipline construction and school development, promotes the collaborative innovation of industry university research, promotes the collaborative development of basic research and applied research, continuously enhances the innovation consciousness of teachers and students, and actively seeks new growth points of scientific research development.

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Sep 13, 2021
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School of Materials Science And Technology
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Peng Fan:High Performance Composite Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries【AFM】

Sep 6, 2021
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School of Information Engineering
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Views: 18

Lingwen Tian:State-and-Evolution Detection Models: A Framework for Continuously Monitoring Landscape Pattern Change【TGRS】

Aug 27, 2021
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Institute of Earth Sciences
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Yong Xu:Modification of Lithospheric Mantle by Melts/Fluids With Different Sulfur Fugacities During the Wilson Cycle: Insights From Lesvos and Global Ophiolitic Peridotites【JGR-SE】

Aug 23, 2021
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School of Earth Sciences And Resources
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Shaofeng Liu:Thrust duplexing and transpression in the Yanshan Mountains: Implications for early Mesozoic orogenesis and decratonization of the North China Craton【BR】

Today, there is an urgent demand to develop all solid-state lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) with a high energy density and a high degree of safety.

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Detecting the evolution of large-area landscape patterns using long-term remote-sensing images is helpful in supporting research on the relationship between landscape patterns and ecological processes, as well as the development of ecological process simulations and spatiotemporal interaction models.

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The Lesvos ophiolite, Greece, was recently identified as an analog to the External Liguride Unit formed at an ocean-continent-transition (OCT) setting.

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The configuration and kinematics of fold-thrust belts are essential for clarifying the plate boundary conditions through which ancient orogenic belts evolved.

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