CHUA Chong Wei Stephen
I am currently pursuing a PhD at the Asian School of Environment under the umbrella of the Earth Observatory of Singapore, under an Interdisciplinary Graduate School (IGS) scholarship. My research interests include late Quaternary sea level, marine geology, coastal geology and sedimentology. My PhD research will centre upon understanding the early Holocene sea level rise (SLR) in Singapore, on whether the SLR was ‘stepped’ or ‘continuous’. I am also a Visiting Research Associate (VRA) with the British Geological Survey (BGS) from 2015-2017. I am currently working closely with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) to understand the Quaternary geology of the Kallang River Basin where sediment cores will be obtained and analysed to produce sea level index points (SLIPs) for the early Holocene.
- 2014 - present PhD (Geology, Holocene Sea Level), Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University
- 2010 Master of Science (Life Sciences), National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
- 2003 Bachelor of Arts (Honours 2nd Upper Division), National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
- 2002 Bachelor of Arts in Education (Merit), National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
- 2000 Diploma in Education (Distinction), National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
- January 2014 - present Member, National Stratigraphy Working Group (BCA)
- Febuary 2015 - January 2017 Visiting Research Associate, British Geological Survey (BGS)
- July 2010 - July 2013 Head of Department (Science)
- January 2008 - June 2010 Level Head (Science)
- January 2006 - January 2008 Teacher-on-Secondment (Science Centre Singapore)
Calculating sediment compaction for radiocarbon dating of intertidal sediments. Radiocarbon. 46(1), 421-435. (2004).
Evolution of the Sungei Buloh–Kranji mangrove coast. Applied Geography. 24(3), 181-198. (2004).