Lu Quanming, male, born in 1969, doctor, distinguished professor of Changjiang Scholar Program, Ph.D. supervisor, winner of National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists. Sep.1986-Jul.1990, BS. Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing Univeristy; Sep.1990-Jul.1996, PhD. Dept. of Earth and Space Science, USTC, doing research on space collisionless shock; Oct.1996-Sep.1997, postdoctoral fellow, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, CAS, doing research on interaction of laser and plasma; Sep.1997-Feb.2000, postdoctoral research on Parallel Algorithm for Particle Simulations in University of Tsukuba, Japan; Mar.2000, associate professor, Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, USTC; Jan.2004, professor, School of Earth and Space Sciences, USTC. He was invited to do research in University of Westminster, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Riverside. He has published over 70 papers on national and international journals. Currently his research mainly focuses on space plasma physics and Particle Simulation of High Performance Computing. He was selected into the New Century Talents Program of Ministry of Education in 2005, won Fu Chengyi Young Scientists Award of Chinese Geophysical Society in 2006, supported by National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists and won China Youth Science and Technology Award in 2007, and selected into New Century Talents Program as state-level candidate in 2009.