California Institute of Technology
Seismological Laboratory Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences


Huilin Wang

Huilin Wang

Post Doctoral Scholar in Geophysics

Ph.D, 2015, Geophysics, University of Alberta, Canada

California Institute of Technology
Seismological Laboratory
1200 E. California Blvd., MS 252-21
So. Mudd Building, Rm 262
Pasadena, CA 91125

Phone: (626) 395-3825
Fax: (626) 564-0715


My research interests are in geodynamics and geophysics. Specifically, I am interested in continental tectonics and the coupling between lithosphere and upper mantle dynamics. I aim to investigate how the lithosphere evolves in the interior of a continental plate, how physical properties of the lithosphere control its behavior, and how surface observation (e.g., topography, crustal deformation, magmatism) can be used to understand present-day and ancient mantle dynamics. For this, I use a combination of numerical modeling and geophysical/geological observations to investigate the important factors and processes that control the evolution of lithosphere.