"Nuclear fusion is the ideal clean energy... There are many interesting physics problems to be curious about."
Jiacong Li, a Ph.D. student advised by Professor Pat Diamond, conducts research on interactions between waves and flows in plasma turbulence.
Mr. Li develops theoretical and computational models focusing on:
In 2016, Mr. Li received a U.S. Transport Task Force Workshop student prize. He has presented his research on intrinsic flows at scientific meetings, including U.S. Transport Task Force workshops and annual meetings of the APS Division of Plasma Physics.
Mr. Li was also a visiting graduate student researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 2015.
He earned a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics from Tsinghua University (Beijing, China).
LinkedIn: Jiacong Li's profile
Center for Space and Astrophysics Sciences: cass.ucsd.edu
Intrinsic Plasma Flows in Straight Magnetic Fields: Generation, Frictionless Saturation, and Interaction
Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Physics, UC San Diego, 2018
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Negative Viscosity from Negative Compressibility and Axial Flow Shear Stiffness in a Straight Magnetic Field
J.C. Li and P.H. Diamond
Physics of Plasmas 24, 032117, 2017; doi:10.1063/1.4978956
Dynamics of intrinsic axial flows in unsheared, uniform magnetic fields
J.C. Li, P.H. Diamond, X.Q. Xu and G.R. Tynan
Physics of Plasmas 23, 052311, 2016; doi:10.1063/1.4950830
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