I'm a PhD candidate in Geophysics. My research is on environmental fluid dynamics, volcanology, groundwater hydrology and natural hazards. Currently I'm working on bridging fluid dynamics of magma in volcanoes with various data to understand the processes in volcanic systems, and combining remote sensing data and in-situ measurements to minitor groudwater storage. I'm also interested in agent-based modeling, numerical modeling related to animation, and applying machine learning to solve real-world environmental problems.

Education & Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science, Peking University, Geology (2017)

Work Experience

  • Teaching Assistant: GEOPHYS 128/228 Modeling Earth, Stanford University, Stanford University (January 11, 2021 - March 19, 2021)



All Publications

  • Magma Mixing During Conduit Flow is Reflected in Melt-Inclusion Data From Persistently Degassing Volcanoes JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH Wei, Z., Qin, Z., Suckale, J. 2022; 127 (2)
  • Submarine giant pumice: a window into the shallow conduit dynamics of a recent silicic eruption BULLETIN OF VOLCANOLOGY Mitchell, S. J., Houghton, B. F., Carey, R. J., Manga, M., Fauria, K. E., Jones, M. R., Soule, S., Conway, C. E., Wei, Z., Giachetti, T. 2019; 81 (7)
  • Trapped bubbles keep pumice afloat and gas diffusion makes pumice sink EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS Fauria, K. E., Manga, M., Wei, Z. 2017; 460: 50–59