Wang Mingxing, male, Han nationality, is a native of Laixi, Shandong Province. He was born in 1944 and graduated from the Physics Department of Shandong University in 1967. Wang studied at the Physics Department of Oxford University from 1976 to 1978.
A research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Granules, Wang was approved by the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council to serve as a doctoral student tutor. He was promoted to deputy director-general of the academy and also holds the executive director position at the Chinese Academy of Aerography. Wang later became the director of the Institute of Atmosphere Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
In his research capacity, Wang was involved in studying double peak features of silicon and sulphur element chroma chart distribution in atmosphere aerosol. He was elected as one of a five member executive council of the Science Supervision Commission of the International Global Atmosphere Chemistry Research Plan in 1994.
|Director, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Atmospheric Physics|
|Deputy Director-General, Chinese Academy of Granules|
|Executive Director, Chinese Academy of Aerography|
|Professor, Nanjing Institute of Aerography Jiangsu Province, Nanjing City|
|1993—????||Doctoral Supervisor, Chinese Academy of Granules|
|1993—????||Member, (Science Supervision Commission, International Global Atmosphere Chemistry Plan)|
|1985—||Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Granules|
|1976—1978||Student, Oxford University, Physics Department United Kingdom, Oxford|
|1967||Graduate, Shandong University, Physics Department Shandong Province|