Research Assistant Professor Department of Earth and Space Sciences

Dr. Li is currently a Research associated professor in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences of SUSTech. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from University of South China (USC) in 2011 and earned his PhD degree in plasma physics at USC in 2016. He worked as a Postdoc from 2016 to 2018 at Peking University and then as an assistant researcher from 2018 to 2020 at Nankai University. In July 2020, he joined Southern University of Science and Technology. Dr. Li has published more than 20 refereed journal papers in Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, POP and EPL. His research interest includes space physics and space plasma physics, fusion plasma physics.

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Research

1. Plasma instabilities and wave-particle interactions in Earth’s radiation belts

2. Micro-instabilities, MHD instabilities in fusion plasma

3. Gyro-kinetic theory


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Mainly engaged in the research of magnetic confinement fusion plasma physics, space plasma physics, large-scale numerical simulation, etc. So far, he has published many papers as the first or corresponding author in journals such as Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Phys. Plasmas, Europhysics letters and AIP Advances. In 2018 and 2020, Dr. Li was awarded Excellent doctoral degree dissertation in Hunan province and Chinese Postdoctoral International Exchange Program.

20. J. C. Li, X. T. Ding, J. Q. Dong, S. F. Liu, Helicon wave heating and current drive in toroidal plasmas, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 62 095013(2020).

19. Jizong Yang, Jingchun Li*, Jiaqi Dong, Songfen Liu, Peng Shi, and Yizhen Zhao, Nonlinear study of tearing modes and plasma flows around magnetic islands in tokamak plasmas, AIP Advances 10, 075005 (2020).

18. Jingchun Li, Chijie Xiao, Zhihong Lin, Dongjian Liu, Xiaoquan Ji, Xiaogang Wang,GTC simulation of linear stability of tearing mode and a model magnetic island stabilization by ECCD in toroidal plasma Phys. Plasmas, 27, 042507 (2020).

17.X. Tang, Z. Lin, W. W. Heidbrink, J. Bao, C. Xiao, Z. Li, J. Li, and L. Bardóczi, Gyrokinetic particle simulations of interactions between energetic particles and magnetic islands induced by neoclassical tearing modes, Phys. Plasmas, 27, 032508 (2020).

16. Jingchun Li, Jiaqi Dong, Songfen Liu, Effects of trapped electrons and impurities on ion temperature gradient mode in tokamak plasmas with hollow density profiles 2020sma Sci. Technol. 22 055101

15. J. C. Li, S. F. Liu, W. Kong, S. C. Guo and J. Q. Dong, Effects of trapped electrons and impurity ions on ITG modes in reversed-field pinch plasmas, Europhysics letters 2019 127 45002.

14. Jingchun Li, Xiaoquan Ji, Jiaqi Dong, Youjun Hu, SongFen Liu, Longwen Yan and HL-2A Contributors. Induction and stabilization of neoclassical tearing modes on HL-2A tokamak, Phys. Plasmas 26, 032505 (2019). Editor’s Pick.

13. J. C. Li, C. J. Xiao, Z. H. Lin, K. J. Wang. Phys. Plasmas, Effects of electron cyclotron current drive on magnetic islands in tokamak plasmas 24, 082508 (2017).

12. J. C. Li, X.Y. Gong, J. Q. Dong, J. Wang, N. Zhang, P. W. Zheng, C. Y. Yin. Current drive with combined electron cyclotron wave and high harmonic fast wave in tokamak plasma,Phys. Plasmas,23, 122504 (2016).

11. J. C. Li, X. Y. Gong, J. Q. Dong, P. W. Zheng, S. D. Song, Q. D. Gao, D. Du, Numerical studies of electron cyclotron wave current drive on HL-2A tokamak, Phys. Plasmas. 22, 062512(2015).

10. J. C. Li, X. Y. Gong, J. Q. Dong, Q. D. Gao, N. Zhang, and F. Y. Li. Modeling of high harmonic fast wave current drive on EAST tokamak, Phys. Plasmas. 22, 102510 (2015).

9. J. C. Li, X. Y. Gong, J.Q. Dong, Wang Jun, and Yin Lan. Numerical analysis on optimized performance of the ECW system on HL-2M tokamak, Chinese Physics B 25(4) 045201 (2016).

8. N. Zhang, X. Y. Gong, J. Q. Dong, Q. H. Huang, Lei Gong, J. C. Li*(corresponding author), Short wavelength trapped electron modes in tokamak plasmas, Phys. Plasmas.23, 042508 (2016).

7. D. Du, X. Y. Gong, L.Yin, D. Xiang, J. C. Li, Theoretical Analysis of Triple Liquid Stub Tuner Impedance Matching for ICRH on Tokamaks, Plasma Science and Technology, 17(12) 1078-1082(2015).

6. J. C. Li, X. Y. Gong, X. Q. Lu, Q. H. Huang,Propagation and Power Deposition of Electron Cyclotron Waves in Non-circular Tokamak Plasmas, Atomic Energy Science and Technology S1 679-684 (2014).(in Chinese)

5. J. C. Li, X. Y. Gong, et al, Numerical study of electron cyclotron wave power absorption and current drive in HL-2A, Progress Report on China Nuclear Science & Technology 3 (2013).(in Chinese)

4. F. Wang, X. Y. Gong, D. Du, Y. H. Ren, J. C. Li, Influence of plasma density distribution in Tokamak oncoupling of ion cyclotron wave with Plasma,Chinese Journal of Low Temperature Physics 35(2) 133-137(2013). (in Chinese)

3. N. Zhang, X. Y. Gong, Q. H. Huang, W. Hou, B Y Xie , J M Yu, J. C. Li, One-dimensional Fokker-Planck equation solving by finite volume method and its application in neutral beam injection heating, Atomic Energy Science and Technology 6 966-971 (2015) (in Chinese)

2. K. H. Li, X. Y. Gong, X. Q. Lu, J. C. Li, Particle simulation on non-resonance and stochastic heating of ions with low frequency Alfven waves, Chinese Journal of Computational Physics 29(5) 739-744(2012)(in Chinese)

1. C. Y. Yin, Z Z Men, X. Y. Gong, Y. J. Hu, J. C. Li, Numerical study of Alfvén eigenmode in HL-2A Tokamak.Atomic Energy Science and Technology, 50(7)(2016).(in Chinese)

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     The Department of Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) at Southern University of Science and Technology was established in December 2016. Prof. Xiaofei Chen, a renowned seismologist and an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), is appointed as an initiatory departmental head. 
     The studies in ESS concern the physics of the Earth, geo-space and planets in outer space. Through building up a world-leading program of research and education in Earth and Space Sciences, we strive to conduct the research that would advance our understanding on the complex natural system of Earth and Space, in order to provide science-based solutions to many of the societal challenges of our time: natural hazards, natural energy resources, space exploration, etc. In the meantime, our department offers rigorous hands-on training to students and prepares them to be future leaders in academia, government and industry. 
    ESS encompasses a wide range of scientific disciplines: Geophysics, Space Physics, Satellite Geodesy and Planetary Science. By the end of October 2019, ESS has thirty-one faculty members, including six professors, four associate professors, eleven assistant professors, and ten research assistant professors, including one Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, three Distinguished Young Scholars of National Nature Science Fund, one Excellent Young Scientists of National Science Fund. elcome more talents to join us and work together to build a world-class research and education center for Earth and Space Sciences. 

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