Most of the Confucian Classics were re-noted in Qing Dynasty. The new notes surpassed the former ones so greatly that they became a must-be-needed for people in later ages. Shangshu, of course, was also widely noted by scholars in Qing Dynasty. The most famous are Shangshu Jin Gu Wen Zhu Shu by Sun Xingyan, Jin Wen Shangshu Kao Zheng by Pi Xirui, and Shangshu Kong Zhuan Can Zheng by Wang Xianqian.
My research and work will focus on Shangshu studies in 17-18 centuries, the first is to check and punctuate Shangshu Kong Zhuan Can Zheng by Wang Xianqian fully, the secound is to take Shangshu as a case, and to investigate some questions concerning the "Old Text" and "New Text" in the Confucian studies in Qing Dynasty. I have already done some studies before. I am expecting to achieve more in my visiting in IIAS in Leiden.