Jianhui Lian

I'm a Chinese astronomer now working in Portsmouth with Daniel Thomas and Claudia Marraston. I obtained my PhD from University of Science and Technology of China (Hefei) in the autumn of 2016. In my PhD, I focused on the star formation history of galaxies, especially the quenching process that is responsible for the transfer of blue star forming galaxies to red quiescent galaxies. I have also done a few works on the mass-metallicity relation and structure of compact galaxies. In Portsmouth, I am studying the chemical evolution of galaxies and our Milky Way.

Reasons for Visit: 
Job Interview
Research Interests: 
Galactic and extragalactic chemical evolution, Star formation history of galaxies, and galaxy environment
Office: 
KIAA107
Period of stay: 
Wednesday, January 9, 2019 to Thursday, January 17, 2019
Home Institute: 
University of Portsmouth