Jinping Hu

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information
Name: Jinping Hu
Work Address: 550 Tyler Mall PSF #617, ASU Campus, Tempe, AZ 85287-1404, USA
Work Phone: +1(480)727-7211
E-mail: jinping.hu@asu.edu


Education
Aug, 2010 to present    Arizona State University
PhD Candidate, Geological Sciences
Thesis: Shock effects in chondrites and the impact histories on their parent bodies

Sep, 2006 to Jun, 2010    Nanjing University
B.S. Geology
Thesis: Geochronology and geochemistry of the quartz vein molybdenite deposit formation and the granite wall rock, Gexianshan, Jiangxi Province, South China


Honors and Awards
Stephen E. Dwornik Planetary Geoscience Student Paper Award (Honorable Mention Graduate Poster), Lunar and Planetary Conference, 2014

Graduate Excellence Award, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, 2014

Wiley-Blackwell Award for Outstanding Student Presentation, 76th Meteoritical Society Annual Meeting, 2013

Brian Mason Travel Award, 76th Meteoritical Society Annual Meeting, 2013


Professional Organization Memberships
American Geophysical Union, Member, 2012-present
Meteoritical Society, Member, 2013-present


Teaching Experience
Teaching assistant, Mineralogy, Arizona State Univerisity

Publications

Hu J., Sharp T. G. and Leineweber K., High Pressure Phases in Shock-induced Melt of Unique Highly Shocked LL6 Chondrite NWA 757 (in preparation)

Sharp T. G., Xie Z., DeCari P. S., Hu J., A Unique Shock Vein in L-Chondrite RC 106: Evidence for a Deep Origin during the Disruption of the L Parent Body. Meteoritics and Planetary Science (in review)

Walton E. L., Sharp T. G., Hu J., and Filiberto J. 2014. Heterogeneous mineral assemblages in martian meteorite Tissint as a result of a recent small impact event on Mars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 140: 334-348. [PDF]

Hu J. and Jiang S. 2010. Zircon U-Pb Dating and Hf Isotopic Compositions of Porphyrites from the Ningwu Basin and Their Geological Implications. Geological Journal of China Universities Vol. 16(3) 294-308 (in Chinese with English abstract)


Conference Abstracts

Hu J., and Sharp T. 2014. Back-Transformation of Ringwoodite in L5-6 Chondrite Mbale: Implications for the Preservation of Shock Effects in Highly Shocked Meteorites. LPSC XXXXV #2301.

Sharp T., Walton E., and Hu J. 2014. Shock Effects in Tissint: Evidence Against a Long Duration Shock and Large Impacting Body. LPSC XXXXV #2820.

Lockridge J., Sharp T., and Hu J. 2013. Coherent Lamellar Growth of Akimotoite within Enstatite Host at High Pressure and Temperature. AGU Fall Meeting #DI21B-2270.

Walton E., Hu J., and Sharp T. 2013. Heterogeneous Distribution of High-Pressure Phases in the Tissint Martian Meteorite: No need for Multiple Impact Events. Meteoritics and Planetary Science Supplement 76: 5152.

Sharp T., Hu J., and Walton E. 2013. Multiple Olivine Phase Transitions in the Shocked Martian Meteorite Tissint. Meteoritics and Planetary Science Supplement 76: 5154.

Hu J., Sharp T. G., and De Carli P. S. 2013. Shock Metamorphism in L Chondrites above Shock Stage S6. Meteoritics and Planetary Science Supplement 76: 5267.

Walton E., Sharp T., Hu J., and Filiberto J. 2013. Shock Metamorphism of the Tissint Martian Meteorite I: Constraints on Shock Conditions and Post-Shock Thermal History. LPI Contributions 1719: 1039.

Hu J., Sharp T., and Walton E. 2013. Shock Effects in Tissint II: Olivine Transformation to Silicate Perovskite and Oxide. LPI Contributions 1719: 1041.

De Carli P., Xie Z., Trickey R., Hu J., Weaver C., and Sharp T. 2012. High-Pressure Minerals in RC106 Provide Evidence for a Very Large Impact. LPSC XXXXIII #2877.

Hu J., Sharp T., Tricky R., and Leinenweber K. 2012. Akimotoite and Silicate-Perovskite in L5-6 S6 Chondrite Acfer 040 Suggesting a High Shock Pressure of 25GPa. LPSC XXXXIII #2728.

Sharp T., Trickey R., Hu J., Xie Z., and de Carli P. 2011. Silicate-Perovskite in Acfer 040: A Very High Shock Pressure of only 26 GPa. LPSC XXXXII #2820.

Hu J., Kent B., and Sharp T. 2011. High-Pressure Minerals in LL6 NWA 757 Suggest S6 Shock Stage and a Shock Pressure of 22-25 GPa. XXXXII #2744.