Mr Zexuan Chen
Postgraduate Research Student
|Postgraduate Research Student in the Department of Archaeology
Chang'an University, BEng in Road Bridge & River-crossing Engineering
Tianjin University, MEng in Architecture and Civil Engineering
University of Oxford, MSc in Archaeological Science (Distinction)
Other Academic activities
The historical pedigree study of the Linqing brick and the quantitative analysis of the key technical index in the Kiln-Firing process (General Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China).
Scientific Cognition of Construction Techniques and Research of Key Technologies for Ontology Protection of Official Architectures in the Ming and Qing Dynasties (National Key Research and Development Program of China).
The monitoring project of the Summer Palace: 2019.
The research of the brick from Fengtai Railway Station.
My research focused on the impact of diet on the natural selection of health-related genes. The preliminary idea of this research comprised three parts. Firstly, establishing diet models using Bayesian techniques based on the previously published isotopic data. Then, infer critical parameters of the genes' natural selection and simulate their allele frequency trajectories using mathematical models and time-series aDNA data. The last step uses the maximum likelihood comparison approach to test whether the diet is the primary driver of these genes' natural selection based on the data produced by the previous two stages.
China Scholarship Council - Durham Joint Award
National Scholarship for Postgraduates (China)
First-class Academic Scholarship for Postgraduates (China)
Award for High-level Academic Papers of Tianjin University
Merit Student of Tianjin University
Advanced individual for science and technology innovation of Tianjin University
Advanced individual for society works of Tianjin University
Dr Eva Fernandez-Dominguez
Dr Andrew R Millard