Faculty Profile
  XIAO Bingjia
Department: Institute of Plasma Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences
Mailing Address:
350 Shushanhu Road, Hefei, Anhui, P. R. China
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Bingjia Xiao, born in Feb. 1966, is now a professor in Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP) since 2002. He is also a guest professor in University of Science and Technology of China(USTC). After finished his undergraduate and graduate studies in the department of engineering thermo-physics of USTC in 1990, he became a staff in ASIPP. His researches covered the thermal-hydraulic, neutronics and edge plasma physics on fusion-fission hybrid reactors, and the thermal behaviors of the fusion magnets. He received his PhD in the field of plasma physics and controlled fusion in 1997. In 1998, he won the postdoctoral fellowship supported by Japanese Society for promotion of Sciences and conducted the researches on neutral transport and behaviors in edge plasmas in University of Tokyo, Japan for 2 years. He was also employed as a guest associate professor of University of Tokyo to conduct researches on atomic and molecular behaviors in low temperature plasmas in the 2003 fiscal year.He is now the head of the computer application division in ASIPP. His current main research interest covers the plasma operation and control, data acquisition and analysis, and high performance numerical simulations as well.
Selected Publications
1) Diagnostics of Vibrational Distribution of H2 in Low Temperature Plasmas by Fulcher-a band Spectroscopy-on the Reaction Rates and Transition Probabilities , Journal of Plasma Science Science and Technology , 2005 , 7(2005)2773-2776
2) Rovibrational distribution dtermination of H2 in low temperature plasmas by Fulcher-a band spectroscopy , Plasma Phys.Control.Fusion , 2004 , 46(2004)653-668
3) Rovibrational distribution of H2 in low temperature plasma:the dependence on the plasma parameters , J Nuclear Material , 2005 , 337-339,1082-1086
4) Integrated Analysis of the electromagnetic,thermal and fluid flow in a tokamak , Fusion Engineering and Design, , 2006 , 81(2006)1549-1554
5) Balmer-a spectroscopic study on gydrogen recycling and molecular effects in HT-7 , J Nuclear Material , 2007 , In press
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