Ran Xing, born in 1995, is a native of Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. She received a master degree majored in environmental engineering at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) in June 2020, and her supervisor is researcher Bing Xue. In June 2021, she was admitted as a doctoral student by the School of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University. She participated in the publication of 7 articles in Chinese and 3 articles in English during her master's degree, mainly covering household energy consumption, material flow analysis, energy environmental effects, etc. The title was "Evolution and reconstruction of industrial ecosystem in mining cities in the traditional industrial area of northeastern China: A case study of Dashiqiao in Liaoning Province" won the first prize of the Shenyang Natural Science Academic Achievement Award. In October 2019, she was invited to Italy as the only Chinese graduate student to participate in the "Climate Risk: Ecosystem Service Implications, Society, Challenges and Solutions" International Conference and give a 20-minute oral report. In January 2020, she won the first prize of Excellent Report of the Youth Academic Conference of Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.