6 - 10 December 2020, Singapore
Deng Jianjun received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Beijing Institute of Technology in 1985, Graduate School of CAEP in 1988. He received his PhD degree from Tsinghua University in 2003. He joined Institute of Fluid Physics in 1988. in 1996-1997. He was visiting scientist in Institute for Plasma Research, University of Maryland at College Park. In 2007-2017, he was Director of Institute of Fluid Physics, CAEP. He became a member of CAE in 2017. He founded and chaired (until 2019) the Chinese Pulsed Power Society. He initiated the Euro-Asian Pulsed Power Conference (EAPPC) with European and Asian colleagues, Chinese Pulsed Power Conference and International Conference on Matter and Radiation at Extremes (ICMRE) with Chinese colleagues. He serves as members of EAPPC International Organizing Committee, Beams International Advisory Committee, International Organizing Committee on Densed Z-Pinch. He was conference Chairman of the first EAPPC in 2006, the 17th International conference on high power particle beams in 2008 and Technical Chairman of the first ICMRE in 2016. His main research interests are pulsed power technologies, high current accelerator, Z pinches. He proposed innovative method to generate high power, MHz rep-rate pulses and built the first high power, multi-pulse linear induction accelerator at MHz rep-rate in the world. He received three first-grade National Awards in Science and Technology. Dr. DENG has written and published a book "Linear Induction Electron Accelerator" co-authored with Prof. CHEN Nianan, WANG Huacen et, al. He published over 200 papers in journal and conference proceedings.
Recent Progress of Pulsed-Power-Driven High Energy Density Physics in China
Pulsed power-driven high-energy density physics is of very importance for inertial confinement fusion, dynamic characteristics studies of material, fusion energy and so on. Researches on pulsed-power-driven high energy density physics have been conducted more the three decades in China. In the paper a brief review of these researches will be presented. Main content will be emphasized on recent progress conducted on PTS. Future plan on new pulsed power driver for higher energy density physics will be also proposed.