The international collaborations that have been carried by Wang’s team are in two main areas: (1)  laser Raman spectroscopy science community worldwide by organizing GeoRaman International Conferences (as member of Science Advisory Committee, GRISAC), and as NASA fund Co-I in RLS investigation of ESA_ExoMars mission; (2) with Shandong University at Weihai  (China) through three collaboration agreements between WUSTL-EPS and SDU-W,  and with Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences. The activities on the US side for maintaining the collaboration with Chinese scientists have been financially supported by the McDonnell Center for Space Sciences (MCSS) at WUSTL.

 

2019, November, ExoMars-RLS team meeting at Voladolida, and visit of RLS unit at INTA, Madrid, Spain

 

2018 June, 13th GeoRaman international Conference, with current GRISAC committee,  Italy

 

2017, 3rd Collaboration Agreement with Shandong University (SDU-W, China) signed

 

2016 June, 12th GeoRaman International Conference, Russia

 

2015 November, ExoMars landing site selection meeting, ESTEC, Netherlands

 

2014, 11th GeoRaman International Conference, WUSTL, St. Louis, MO, USA

2011, International Forum on Planetary Sciences and Explorations (Beijing, China)

2009, Beijing Lunar Science Workshop (Beijing, China)

2009 & 2010, 1st and 2nd PDS workshop for China YingHuo mission (SDU-W, China)

2008, a joint field expedition to Qaidam basin on Tibet Plateau as a collaboration project with CAGS.

2007, a collaboration agreement with the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS) signed

2007, International Summer School and Workshop on Lunar Science and Data Analysis for Planetary Missions (SDU-W, China)

2006, 1st collaboration agreement with Shandong University Weihai (SDU-W, China)  signed. This agreement is one of the cooperation programs between the two Universities under the frame agreement of cooperation signed by President Zhan Tao of SDU and Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton of WUSTL on October 14 in 2001.