I am a Geophysicist working on computational geodynamics. You can see my CV, publications and more in this website. I am interested in temporal and spatial evolution of subduction zone and its implication for tectonics. I have worked slab buckling, plume-slab interaction and slab melting resulting in adakites. Recently, I am studying slab dehydration and fluid flow in subduction zone using 2- and 3-D numerical modeling.


A post-doc. position is open in the field of computational geodynamics. An applicant should contact me with a CV and research interests through changyeol.lee@yonsei.ac.kr.


3-D subduction model to explain the clustering of arc volcanoes in NE Japan. (Lee and Wada, 2017, Nature Communications)