Chunhui Li

Geochemistry (Arbeitsbereich Geochemie)

Malteserstraße 74-100
Room 204, Building B
12249 Berlin

Office hours

Research Interests

Early Earth processes

Highly siderophile elements

Chalcophile volatile elements


3/2016         TRR 170 Stipend

2012-2015    CSC Scholarship

2013            Li Siguang Scholarship for Outstanding Students

2008-2009    National Scholarship

2007-2008    National Inspiration Scholarship


Now       PhD candidate in Geochemistry, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

2012      Master’s in Mineralogy, Petrology, Ore Geology, Chengdu University of Technology,

              PR China

2009      Bachelor’s in Geological Engineering, Xi’an University of Science and Technology,

              PR China

Professional Experience

2014-2015     Chalcophile element abundances of Archean komatiites

2012-2014     Highly siderophile element abundances and Re-Os isotopic systematic of
                      Acasta gneisses

2010-2012     Fission track dating of apatite from A’re porphyry from Shangri-La,

                      Western Yunnan

2008-2009     Abundances of ore-forming elements in Hongshan porphyry from Alxa League


Li, C., Becker, H., Puchtel, I. S., Wang, Z., Hoffmann, J. E. (2015) Abundances of Chalcophile Volatile Elements in 2.7 Ga Komatiites from Belingwe. Goldschmidt Abstracts., #1836.

Li, C., Becker, H., Sprung, P., Scherer, E., Bleeker, W. (2014) Highly Siderophile Elements in Hadean-Eoarchean Rocks of the Acasta Region. Goldschmidt Abstracts., #1422.

Liu, X., Li, C., Lu, Q., Deng, B., Song, X., Zhao, F., Chu, Y., Xiao, J., Yi, W., Huang, Y. (2012) The Genesis Mechanism of the Mantle Fluid Action and Evolution in the Ore-Forming Process: A Case Study of the Laowangzhai Gold Deposit in Yunnan, China. Acta Geologica Sinica (English edition), 86(3), 608-618.