Biography & Introduction
KUANG Guangli, male, PhD, director and professor of the High Magnetic Field Laboratory of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Kuang was engaged in the research on tokomak plasma, especially on the physics and technology related to plasma heating & current drive by means of microwave. He focuses on physics on high magnetic field facilities now.
KUANG Guangli received his PhD degree from the Institute of Plasma Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in April 1990. He was then invited to do research on Tokamak's plasma disruption in the Research Center Juelich, Germany, as a visiting scholar for two years. After he returned to China, He has been involved in the development of a megawatt microwave system for plasma current drive, experiments on lower hybrid current drive in Tokamak machines, and simulations on plasma heating and current drive, etc. As project head and coordinator, he carried out several projects from the National Nature Science Foundation and from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 2005, He began to do research on high magnetic field. KUANG Guangli is now in charge of a project to develop steady state high field magnets.
· May 2008 - present Director and professor, High Magnetic Field Laboratory of Chinese Academy of Sciences;
· Aug. 1992 - Apr. 2008 Institute of Plasma Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences
· May 2000 - Apr. 2008 Deputy director
· Jan. 1998 - Apr. 2000 Full professor
· Jan. 1995 - Dec. 1997 Associate professor
· Aug. 1992 - Dec. 1994 Assistant professor
· Jun. 1990 - Jul. 1992 Visiting scholar, Research Center Juelich, Germany