Academician, Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE)
Dean,School of Nuclear Science and Technology, USTC
Chair, Science and Technique Advice Committee (STAC) of ITER
Working Organization profile:
Prof. Wan is working both in University of Science and Technology of China and Institute of Plasma Physics, CAS.
1. University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) is one of the most famous universities in China. Due to the rapid development of fission power plants, fusion research and nuclear technology application such as accelerator, the leadership of USTC decided to found the School of Nuclear Science and Technology in USTC in early 2009.
2. Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) (ASIPP or IPPCAS) was found in 1978 and belongs to CAS. ASIPP is one of the two largest institutes in China, the major research activities of which are concentrated on Tokamak fusion research. Except fusion research some related application researches such as plasma coating, plasma torch, and cryogenic, power supply, RF heating, diagnostics, computer, advanced control and so on are under going in the institute.
1958-1964: Department of Physic, Beijing University
1964-1968: PhD student, Department of Physics, Beijing University
Work in ASIPP on tokamak design and experiments since 1973.
1983-1985: As a visiting scientist worked in Fusion Research Center, UT at Austin, USA
1985-1996: vice director of the institute
1996-2000: director of the institute
♦ The Chief Scientist and General Manager of the national EAST* project and took the responsibility for design, construction and commissioning of the project until the full success;
♦ Vice chair, then chair of Science and Technique Advice Committee (STAC) of ITER since 2008;
♦ Dean of the School of Nuclear Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) since 2009;
♦ Head of the national magnetic fusion reactor design group from March 2011, appointed by MOST of China Academician;
♦ Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) since 2009 by vote national wide.
* EAST means Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak