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BAO Xueyang
Assistant Professor


University of Missouri                                     Columbia, MO

Ph.D., Geology                                                    2011

University of Science and Technology of China                   Hefei, China

M.S., Geophysics                                                  2005

University of Science and Technology of China                   Hefei, China

B.S., Geophysics                                                  2001



SUSTech    Shenzhen, Guangdong, China                     Assistant Professor, 2019-present

University of Rhode Island    Narragansett, RI, USA    Postdoctoral Fellow, 2014-2019

Brown University    Providence, RI, USA                     Postdoctoral Associate, 2014

Boston University    Boston, MA, USA                        Postdoctoral Associate, 2011-2013


Full-wave modelling, inversion, and imaging using High-performance Computation
Seismic amplitude attenuation measuring and tomography
Earthquake source location and moment inversion

Active tectonics such as the Tibetan Plateau 


1. Liu, Bao*, and Guo (2022). Modeling of seismic attenuation infracture-filling gas hydrate-bearing sediments and its application to field observations in the Krishna-Godavari Offshore Basin, India. Marine And Petroleum Geology, 141.doi: 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2022.105698

2. Dai, Shan, Meng, and Bao* (2022). Review of progress in seismic attenuation tomography. Reviews of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, 53(6):702-720 (in Chinese). doi:10.19975/j.dqyxx.2022-028.

3. Bao*, Guo*, and Shen* (2021), Compositional Variation in the Crust of Peninsular Ranges and Surrounding Regions, Southern California, Revealed by Full-Wave Seismic and Gravity Joint Inversion. Journal Of Geophysical Research-solid Earth,126(12)

4. Sun, Zhang, Ren, Bao, Xu, Sun, Yang, and Chen* (2021), 3d seismic-wave modeling with a topographic fluid–solid interface at the sea bottom by the curvilinear-grid finite-difference method. Bulletin Of The Seismological Society Of America, 111(5), 2753-277

5. Bao*, and Shen* (2020), Early-stage lithospheric foundering beneath the eastern Tibetan Plateau revealed by full-wave Pn tomography, Geophysical Research Letters, 47, doi: 10.1029/2019GL086469