Shuang Zhang
Postdoctoral Fellow
(202) 478-8909

Shuang received his Ph.D. from the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Yale University. He is an interdisciplinary geochemist, modeler and data scientist. His research broadly uses data-driven and model-driven approaches to understand the global carbon and biogeochemical cycle, as well as the co-evolution of the geo- and biospheres through Earth’s history. His two main research areas are: 1) decipher the global carbon cycle and its impact on the Earth surface system, especially under periods of climate perturbations, and 2) natural clustering of minerals with implications for the mineral-forming environments. At the Geophysical Laboratory, Shuang is working with Bob Hazen on cluster analysis of pyrite.