Chen Bin, associate professor, master's supervisor, received a bachelor of science and a doctorate in Lanzhou University from September 2003 to June 2012. In October 2010, he has studied in the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, for two years. Currently, he is working in the College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, and as a member of Professor Huang Jianping's research group, he mainly engages in the research of absorbing aerosol atmospheric remote sensing and radiation climate effects. He presided over one National Natural Science Youth Fund and won the 92nd Annual Meeting of the AMS Student Paper Award, one First Prize of Natural Science of Gansu Province, and one Second Prize of National Natural Science.
Personal website: http://climate.lzu.edu.cn/staff/binchen/chinese_index.asp
Main research directions
 Aerosol atmospheric remote sensing: using spaceborne lidar and ground data to identify and separate three main types of absorptive aerosols, including black carbon aerosols, organic carbon aerosols, and dust aerosols;
 Climate effects of aerosol radiation: including research on the three-dimensional transmission path of absorptive aerosol and its vertical distribution characteristics, as well as radiation aerosol.
Scientific research projects
 National Natural Science Foundation-Youth Fund 'Study on the separation algorithm of aerosol absorption optical thickness of sand dust, black carbon and organic carbon', January 2014-December 2016.
Chen, B., J. Huang, P. Minnis, et al., 2010: Detection of dust aerosol by combining CALIPSO active lidar and passive IIR measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 4241-4251.
Huang, J., P. Minnis, B. Chen, et al., 2008: Long-range transport and vertical structure of Asian dust from CALIPSO and surface measurements during PACDEX, J. Geophys. Res., 113, D23212, doi:10.1029/2008JD010620.
 Huang Jianping, Wang Shigong, Wang Tianhe, Zhou Zijiang, Chen Bin, 'Study on the Mechanism of the Influence of Sand and Dust on the Arid Climate in Northwest of China', Second Prize of National Natural Science Award, 2013.
 Huang Jianping, Wang Shigong, Wang Tianhe, Chen Bin, Wang Jinyan, 'Study on the Interaction of Sand Dust, Cloud and Precipitation and Its Impact on the Arid Climate in Northwest China', First Prize of Natural Science of Gansu Province, 2012.
 Chen Bin, 'Identifying Dust Aerosols Using Combined CALIOP and Passive IIR Measurements', the 92nd American Meteorological Society Student Outstanding Paper Award, 2012.