Xing Zhong Li
Xing Zhong Li, Professor Emeritus in Department of Physics at Tsinghua University, Beijing CHINA.
- 30 years in Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion (Hot Fusion, 1959-1989).
- 24 years in Condensed Matter Nuclear Fusion (Cold Fusion, 1989-2013).
- Ph.D. (eq.) 1965 at Tsinghua University, in Theoretical Nuclear Physics.
- Ph.D. 1983 at University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Plasma Physics.
- 1984-1985, Visiting Scientist at MIT Plasma Fusion Center.
- 1994-1995, Visiting Scientist at University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
- 1999 & 2000, Visiting Scientist at Bologna University, Dept. of Physics.
- Member of Fusion Power Associates (1980--)
- International Advisory Committee Member of ICCF (1990--)
- Steering Committee Member, Symposium on Current Trends in International Fusion Research, Review and Assessment (2000-2008)
- Chairman of ICCF-9 (2002, Beijing)
- Chairman, Board of Executive Directors, International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (2004-2006)
- Associate Editor, Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, (2007--)
- Awarded The Giuliano Preparata Medal (2005)
- President, International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (2007-2010)
- 1990: detected energetic charged particles using CR-39 instead of neutron detection: AIP Conference Proceedings 228, pp.419-429.
- 1995: proposed selective resonant tunneling model: Proceedings of ICCF-5, pp.285-292.
- 2000: confirmed selective resonant tunneling model by d+t hot fusion data: Physical Review C, 61, 024610.
- 2002: proposed “pumping effect” in gas-loading experiment instead of electrolysis: Proceedings of ICCF-9, pp.197-201.
- 2003: proposed the correlation between deuterium flux and anomalous heat flow in gas-loading experiments: J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 36 pp.3095–3097.
- 2007: proposed “the conjecture of the neutrino emission from the metal hydrides,” J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. 1 pp.1–5.
- 2011: proposed the necessary condition for a low energy resonance governed by the weak interaction: Journal of Fusion Energy, DOI 10.1007/s10894-011-9483-3.