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Xing Li
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   Xing Li

   Guest Professor 
   Institute of Mathematics and Physics, Aberystwyth University Aberystwyth, SY23 3BZ, UK







Education:

1987: B.Sc., Dept. of Modern Physics, Univ. of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Hefei, China. Major in plasma physics.

1990: M.Sc. in plasma physics, USTC

1998: PhD in space physics, USTC (The research was carried out primarily at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA)). Thesis

advisors: Prof. Shadia R. Habbal at CfA and Prof. You-Qiu Hu at USTC.

2004: Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (Master), University of Wales at Aberystwyth

 

Positions and Fellowships:

1990-1995: Lecturer at Dept. of Earth and Space Science, USTC

1993-1995: Associate director of Space Physics Laboratory, Department of Earth and Space Sciences,USTC.

1995-1998: Pre-doctoral fellow, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA, USA.

1998-2001: Post-doctoral fellow, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA, USA

2001.3- present: Lecturer, Institute of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom.

Since 2007.7, Visiting professor, Shandong University at Weihai.

 

UK National Astronomical Society press release

2013, Solar prominences put on strange and beautiful show in the Suns sky, http://www.ras.org.uk/news-

and-press/224-news-2013/2315-solar-prominences-put-on-strange-and-beautiful-show-in-the-suns-sky.

2012, Huge tornadoes discovered on the Sun, http://www.ras.org.uk/news-and-press/219-news-2012/2106-

huge-tornadoes-discovered-on-the-sun. This discovery has been widely reported by media (New Sci-

entists news, National Geographic news, Yahoo news, BBC news, ....)

 

UK Solar Physics nuggets

2013: 36. Observations of Alfv´en Vortices in the fast solar wind, http://www.uksolphys.org/uksp-

nugget/36-observations-of-alfven-vortices-in-the-fast-solar-wind/.

2012: 22. A huge solar tornado observed by Solar Dynamic Observatory, http://www.uksolphys.org/uksp-

nugget/22-a-huge-solar-tornado-observed-by-solar-dynamic-observatory/

 

Prize:

Winner of Outstanding National Doctoral Thesis Prize of China for year 2000.

In 2003, my research work (before 1998) won an award for excellence in Natural Sciences Research of

Anhui Province, China.

 

Professional Societies

IAGA (International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy) chairperson of Division IV (Solar

Wind and Interplanetary Field) from 2011-2015.

American Geophysical Union

European Geophysical Society

Asia Oceania Geosciences Society

Grants:

2013, IAGA conference grants

2011, IUGG conference grants

2010, Nueld Foundation student bursaries.

2008, Royal Society International short-visit grant.

Sept 2001 - present, co-investigator, PPARC Rolling Grant to UWA

April 2001 to 2004, co-investigator, NASA grant NAG5-10873 to Harvard-Smithsonian Center for

Astrophysics

2004, Royal Society conference grant.

 

Teaching and administration:

I teach the following modules.

Electromagnetism (year 3)

General relativity and cosmology (year 3)

Electromagnetic Theory (year 4)

The Suns atmosphere and Heliosphere (year 3)

Space Plasmas (year 3)

Projects (PH35530, PHM5010)

 

Administration duties:

Year 3 coordinator

Erasmus exchange coordinator

 

PDRA and PhD Students:

I supervised a PDRA Dr. Bo Li July 2002 to March 2009.

Students I have supervised:

Co-supervised: Chris Mountford and Huw Morgan

Supervised: Ian O’Neill

 

Current PhD students: Owen Roberts, Lauren Jeska, Je Smith

 

Selected Publications in Refereed Journals (in descending chronological order)

1.         Owen Roberts, Xing Li (corresponding author), Bo Li, KINETIC PLASMA TURBULENCE IN THE FAST SOLAR WIND MEASURED BY CLUSTER, Astrophys. Journal, 769, 58, 2013,doi:10.1088/0004-637X/769/1/58

2.         Gao, Xinliang; Lu, Quanming; Li, Xing; et al., ELECTROMAGNETIC PROTON/PROTON IN-STABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ION HEATING IN THE EXTENDED FAST SOLAR WIND, Astrophys. Journal, 764, ,71, 2013, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/764/1/71

3.         Li, Bo; Li, Xing; Yu, Hui, Interpretation of the coronal magnetic field configuration of the Sun, RE-SEARCH IN ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS, 12, 1693, 2012, DOI: 10.1088/1674-4527/12/12/011

4.         Xing Li, Huw Morgan, L. Drew, L. Jeska, A SOLAR TORNADO OBSERVED BY AIA/SDO:ROTATIONAL FLOW AND EVOLUTION OF MAGNETIC HELICITY IN A PROMINENCE AND CAVITY, Astrophys. Journal, 752, L22, 2012, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/752/2/L22

5.         Gao, Xinliang; Lu, Quanming; Li, Xing; et al., Heating of the background plasma by obliquely propagating Alfven waves excited in the electromagnetic alpha/proton instability, Physics of Plasmas,19, 032901, 2012, DOI: 10.1063/1.3693373

6.         Li Bo; Chen Yan-Jun; Li Xing, Standing Shocks in the Inner Slow Solar Wind, CHINESE PHYSICSLETTERS, 28, 059601, 2011, DOI: 10.1088/0256-307X/28/5/059601

7.         Lu, Quanming; Gao, Xinliang; Li, Xing, Comment on ”Heating of ions by low-frequency Alfvenwaves in partially ionized plasmas” [Phys. Plasmas 18, 030702 (2011)], 18, 084703, 2011, DOI:10.1063/1.3626547

8.         Chen, Y, Feng, SW, Li, B; Song, HQ; Xia, LD; Kong, XL; Li, X, A CORONAL SEISMOLOGICAL STUDY WITH STREAMER WAVES, Astrophys. Journal, 728, 147, 2011, DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/728/2/147.

9.         Li Bo; Chen Yanjun; Li Xing, Standing Shocks in the Inner Slow Solar Wind, 28, 059601-1-059601-4,2011.

10.     Xing Li and Quanming Lu, Heating and deceleration of minor ions in the extended fast solar wind by oblique Alfven waves, J. Geophys. Res., 115, A08105, doi:10.1029/2010JA015303, 2010.

11.     Xing Li, Quanming Lu, Yao Chen, Bo Li, Lidong Xia, Kinetic Alfv´en wave and proton distribution function in the fast solar wind, ApJ Letters, 719, L190, DOI: 10.1088/2041-8205/719/2/L190, 2010.

12.     Wang, Ronghseng, Quanming Lu, Xing Li, Can Huang, Shui Wang, observation of secondary island accelerating electrons up to 200keV near the center of ion diusion region: A cluster case study, J.Geophys. Res., 115, A11201, 2010, DOI: 10.1029/2010JA015473.

13.     Yao Chen, H.Q. Song, B. Li, L.D. Xia, Z. Wu, H. Fu, X. Li, Streamer Waves Driven by Coronal Mass Ejections, ApJ, 714, 644, DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/714/1/644, 2010.

14.     Quanming Lu, Xing Li, ChuanFei Dong, Ion pickup by the intrinsic low-frequency Alfven waves with a spectrum, Chinese Physics B, 18, 1674-1056/2009/18(05)/1-08, 2009.

15.     Bo Li and Xing Li, Angular momentum transport in a multicomponent solar wind with dierentially flowing, thermally anisotropic ions, A&A, 494, 361, 2009.

16.     Yao Chen, Xing Li, etc., Intrinsic instabilities of coronal streamers, ApJ, 691, 1936, 2009.

17.     Bo Li, Xing Li, Eects of Non-WKB Alfven waves on a multicomponent solar wind with dierential ion flow, Astrophysical Journal, 682, 667, 2008.

18.     Xing Li, Quanming Lu and Bo Li, Ion pick-up by finite amplitude Alfven wav´es, Astrophysical Journal, 661, L105, 2007.

19.     Quanming Lu and Xing Li, heating of ions by low-frequency Alfven waves, Physics of Plasmas, 14,42303, 2007.

20.     Bo Li, Shadia R. Habbal and Xing Li, Angular momentum transport and proton-alpha dierential streaming in the solar wind, submitted to Astrophysical Journal, 2006.

21.     Bo. Li and X. Li, A global 2D solar wind model with alpha particles, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A08106,doi:10.1029/2005JA01130, 2006.

22.     B. Li and X. Li, Eects of α particles on the angular momentum loss from the Sun, Asrtronomy & Astrophysics, 456, 359, 2006.

23.     Labrosse, N., X. Li, and B. Li, On the Lyman alpha and Lyman beta in solar coronal streamers, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 455: 719-723, 2006.

24.     B. Li, and X. Li, Alfvenic-turbulence-heated magnetic loops: eects of lateral expansion and magnetic twist, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 364 (1839): 533, 2006.

25.     B. Li, S.R. Habbal, X. Li, C. Mountford, Eect of the latitudinal distribution of temperature at thecoronal base on the interplanetary magnetic field configuration and the solar wind flow, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A12112, doi:10.1029/2005JA011332, 2005.

26.     X. Li and S.R. Habbal, Hybrid simulation of ion cyclotron resonance in the solar wind: evolution of velocity distribution functions, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A10109, 2005.

27.     I. O’Neill, X. Li, Coronal loops heated by turbulence-driven Alfven waves – a two fluid model, Astron. & Astrophys., 435, 1159, 2005.

28.     Y. Chen and X. Li, An ion-cyclotron resonance driven three-fluid model of the slow wind near the Sun, Astrophys. J., 609, L41, 2004.

29.     H. Morgan, S. Rifai Habbal, and X. Li, Hydrogen Lyman Alpha Intensity Oscillations Observed by UVCS/SOHO, Astrophys. J., 605, 521, 2004.

30.     B. Li, X. Li, Y-Q Hu, S.R. Habbal, A 2D Alfven-wave driven solar wind model with proton temperature anisotropy, J. Geophys. Res., 119, doi10.1029/2003JA010313, 2004.

31.     Xing Li, Shadia Habbal, Coronal loops heated by turbulence-driven Alfven waves, Astrophys. J.,598, L125, 2003.

32.     Y.Q. Hu, X. Li, S.R. Habbal, A 2.5 dimensional MHD Alfven-wave-driven solar wind model, J.Geophys. Res., 108, doiL10.1029/2003JA009889, 2003.

33.     Y.Q. Hu, S.R. Habbal, Y. Chen, X. Li, Are coronal holes the only source of fast solar wind at solarminimum?, J. Geophys. Res., 108, doi:10.1029/2002JA009776, 2003.

34.     X. Li, Transition region, coronal heating and the fast solar wind, Astron. & Astrophys., 406, 345,2003.

35.     C.J. Mountford, S.H. Habbal, X. Li, Eect of solar wind flow geometry on solar wind parameters at 1AU, J. Geophys. Res., 108, DOI 10.1029/2002JA009525, 2003.

36.     Heating in Corona Funnels by Ion Cyclotron Waves, X. Li, Astrophys. J., 571, L67, 2002.

37.     Damping of fast and ion-cyclotron oblique waves in the multi-ion fast solar wind, X. Li and S. R. Habbal, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 10669, 2001.

38.     Electron kinetic firehose instability, X. Li and S. R. Habbal, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 27,377, 2000.

39.     Thermal couplings of protons and neutral hydrogen with anisotropic temperatures in the fast solar wind, L. A. Allen, S. R. Habbal, and X. Li, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 23,123, 2000.

40.     Ion cyclotron waves, instabilities and solar wind heating, X. Li and S. R. Habbal, Solar Physics,190, 485, 1999.

41.     Proton/alpha magnetosonic instability in the fast solar wind, X. Li and S. R. Habbal, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 7495, 2000.

42.     Heating and cooling of protons by turbulence driven ion cyclotron waves in the fast solar wind, X. Li, S. R. Habbal, J.V. Hollweg, R. Esser, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 2521, 1999.

43.     Proton temperature anisotropy in the fast solar wind: A 16-moment bi-Maxwellian model, X. Li, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 19,773, 1999.

44.     A 16-moment fast solar wind model, X. Li, Space Sci. Rev., 87, 253, 1999.

45.     On the Cascade Processes of Alfv´en Waves, Y. Q. Hu, S. R. Habbal, and X. Li, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 24819, 1999.

46.     An Empirical Model of a Polar Coronal Hole at Solar Minimum, S.R. Cranmer,…, X. Li, Astrophys. J., 511, 481, 1999.

47.     The eect of temperature anisotropy on observations of Doppler dimming and pumping in the innercorona, X. Li, S.R. Habbal, J. Kohl and G. Noci, Astrophysical J., 501, L133, 1998.

48.     UVCS/SOHO Empirical Determinations of Anisotropic Velocity Distributions in the Solar Corona, J.L. Kohl, ..., X. Li, ..., Astrophysical J., 501, L127, 1998.

49.     Influence of heavy ions on the high speed solar wind, X. Li, R. Esser, S. Habbal, Y.Q. Hu, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 17419, 1997.

50.     Evolution of Magnetic Helicity in Magnetic Reconnection, Y.Q. Hu, L.D. Xia, X. Li, J.X. Wang, and G.X. Ai, Solar Physics, 170, 283, 1997.

51.     Formation of current sheets, X. Li, Chinese J. Space Sci., 16, 71, 1996.

52.     Release of magnetic energy in asymmetrical quadrupolar force-free fields, X. Li and Y. Q. Hu, Chin. Astron. Astrophys., 20, 205, 1996, or Acta Astronomica Sinica, 36, 358, 1995.

53.     Triggered Magnetic Energy Release in Solar Flares, Y. Q. Hu, X. Li, and G. X. Ai, Astrophysical J., 451, 843, 1995.

54.     Triggered magnetic reconnection of force-free fields and solar flares, X. Li and Y. Q. Hu, Chinese Journal of Space Science, 12, 185, 1992.

 

Conference Presentations, Proceedings and Invited Talks

1.         Multi-spacecraft Data Analysis of Solar Wind Turbulence at Ion Kinetic Scales, Li, X.; Roberts, O.; Li, B., 26 June, 2013, AOGS Brisbane (invited)

2.         Dynamics of solar filaments/prominences: persistent horizontal flows, hot plasma bombardment, giant rotating disk and fast counter-streaming flows, Li, X.; Jeska, L.; Smith, J., July 1-5, 2013, UK National Astronomical Meeting, St. Andrews.

3.         Kinetic plasma turbulence measured by Cluster using k-filtering method, Li, X.; Roberts, O., August 15, 2012, Singapore, AOGS 2012 meeting (invited)

4.         Observation of a solar tornado, Li, X.;, Morgan, H. et al., UK-Germany National Astronomy Meeting NAM2012, March 27-30, Manchester, 2012

5.         How is the (fast) solar wind heated and accelerated? Li, X., July 2, 2011 Melbourne, Australia, IUGG meeting (invited)

6.         Kinetic Alfv´en wave and ion velocity distribution functions in the solar wind, Li, X.; Lu, Q.M., et al., AGU Fall meeting, Dec. 2010.

7.         Electrostatic waves induced by ion beam driven nonlinear Alfven waves, Li, X.; Lu, Q.M., EGU General Assembly, April 2009.

8.         Non-WKB Alfven waves in the solar wind, 3rd Kuafu Symposium, Kunming, Sept., 2008.

9.         Steepening of Alfvenic spectrum in the dissipation range and the nature of the proton heat flux in the solar wind, UK Solar Physics Meeting, Belfast, April, 2008 (oral).

10.     Eects of non-WKB Alfven waves on a multicomponent solar wind with dierential ion flow, B. Li & X. Li, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April 2008 (poster).

11.     Energization of minor ions in the fast solar wind, 6th Space weather workshop, Guiyang, China, July 7-13, 2007 (invited talk).

12.     Ion pickup by finite amplitude Alfven waves, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April, 2007 (poster).

13.     Propagation of non-WKB Alfven waves in a multicomponent solar wind, B Li & X. Li, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April, 2007 (poster).

14.     Alpha particles in the solar wind: a 2D model, The Seventh Cross-Strait Space Sciences Workshop, Chungli, Taiwan, Nov. 2006

15.     Solar wind electron temperature evolution: from the lower corona to 3 AU, X. Li and D. Hubert, 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Beijing, July 2006.

16.     Alpha particles in the slow solar wind and streamers, UVCS/SOHO science meeting, Giardini Naxos, Italy, May 2006 (invited).

17.     The Lyman- and Lyman- lines in solar coronal streamers, N. Labrosse, X. Li, B. Li, SOHO-17: 10 Years of SOHO and Beyond, Giardini Naxos, Italy, May 2006.

18.     Angular momentum transport and proton-alpha dierential streaming in the low-latitude fast solar wind, B.Li and X.Li, SOHO-17: 10 Years of SOHO and Beyond, Giardini Naxos, Italy, May 2006.

19.     Solar Wind 11, Whistler, Canada, June 2005, X. Li, Hybrid simulation of ion cyclotron resonance in the solar wind: evolution of velocity distribution functions (oral).

20.     Coronal heating along open field lines and the fast solar wind acceleration, X. Li, AOGS Meeting, Singapore, July, 2004 (invited).

21.     On the origin of the fast solar wind at mid-latitudes: Role of density, temperature and magnetic field distribution at the coronal base, S.R. Habbal, C.J. Mountford, X. Li and Y.Q. Hu, AOGS Meeting, Singapore, July, 2004 (invited).

22.     Mapping the solar wind outflow in the inner corona with UVCS, S.R. Habbal, CH. Morgan, X. Li and R. Woo, AOGS Meeting, Singapore, July, 2004 (oral).

23.     Transition region, coronal heating and the fast solar wind, X. Li, EGU Meeting, Nice, France, May, 2004 (oral).

24.     Turbulent Alfven wave-driven Coronal Loops: a Two Fluid Model, I. O’Neill, X. Li, UK Solar Physics Meeting, Edinburgh, April, 2004 (oral).

25.     Localized Heating, Siphon Flow and Shocks in Coronal Loops. X. Li, and I. O’Neill, UK Solar Physics Meeting, Edinburgh, April, 2004 (oral).

26.     Proton Temperature Anisotropy In Alfven-Turbulence-Driven Solar Wind Models: 1D And 2D Results, B. Li, X. Li, Y.Q. Hu, and S.R. Habbal, UK Solar Physics Meeting, Edinburgh, April, 2004(poster paper).

27.     Acceleration of the fast solar wind through minor ions, X. Li, SOHO 13 meeting, Spain, Sep. 29 October 3, 2003 (Oral).

28.     Transition region and coronal loops heated by turbulence, Xing Li, Ian O’Neill and Shadia R. Habbal, SOHO 13 meeting, Spain, Sep. 29 – October 3, 2003 (poster paper).

29.     A multi fluid model of the corona and chromosphere, C. Mountford, S.R. Habbal, X. Li, UK Solar Physics meeting, Dublin, April, 2003 (poster).

30.     Ion cyclotron resonant heating of oxygens ions in a coronal holes, X. Li, AGU Fall meeting, Dec., 2002.

31.     Heating in Coronal funnels by high frequency Alfven waves (oral presentation), X. Li, Solar Wind 10, Volume 679, page 283, AIP conference proceedings, 2003.

32.     Sixteen moment solar wind models including alpha particles, L. Allen, X. Li, Solar Wind 10, Volume 679, page 339, AIP conference proceedings 2003.

33.     Coronal heating by ion cyclotron waves (oral presentation), X. Li, UK solar physics meeting, April 2002, Sheeld.

34.     Sixteen moment solar wind models including alpha particles (Oral presentation), L. Allen and X. Li, UK solar physics meeting, April, 2002, Sheeld.

35.     Oblique fast and ion cyclotron waves in the corona, X. Li and S. Habbal, AGU Fall meeting, Dec. 2001, San Francisco, USA.

36.     Multi-ion flow modelling of the solar wind (invited talk), X. Li, IAGA Assembly meeting, August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam.

37.     The eects of plasma dispersion and turbulence-driven ion cyclotron waves on models of the fast solar wind (invited), X. Li, UVCS Science Meeting, 24 - 28, September 2000, Northeast Harbor, Maine, USA.

38.     Transition region, coronal heating and double proton streams in the solar wind (oral presentation), X. Li and S. R. Habbal, AGU Spring Meeting, May 30 – June 3, 2000, Washington, DC.

39.     Dispersion of ion cyclotron waves on solar wind heating and acceleration (poster presentation), X. Li and S. R. Habbal, AGU Fall Meeting, December 13 –17, 1999, San Francisco, California.

40.     Ion cyclotron waves, instabilities and solar wind heating (oral presentation), X. Li and S. R. Habbal, TRACE workshop, August 25, 1999, Monterey, California.

41.     Steepening of the Alfv´enic spectrum in the dissipation range (poster presentation), X. Li and S. R. Habbal, AGU Spring Meeting, June 1 –4, 1999, Boston, Massachusetts.

42.     Proton Temperature Anisotropy in the Fast Solar Wind: Turbulence-Driven Dispersive Ion Cyclotron Waves (poster presentation), X. Li, S. R. Habbal, J.V. Hollweg, R. Esser, Solar Wind 9, Oct. 5 –9, 1998, Nantucket, Massachusetts, (edited by S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, J.V. Hollweg and P.A. Isenberg, American Institute of Physics, New York, 531, 1998).

 

Invited lectures or seminars:

1.         Solar wind and coronal mass ejections, STFC Advanced Summer School, St. Andrews, Sept. 6, 2007(invited lecture).

2.         August 2006, University of Science and Technology of China, 2D solar wind modelling with alpha particles.

3.         Nov. 2005, University of Hawaii, Diagnostic of the inner corona and solar wind modelling.

4.         Sept. 2005, Leeds University, lecture given to PPARC summer school, coronal heating and the solar wind.

5.         Sept. 2003, Univ. of Warwick, lecture given to PPARC advance summer school, ion cyclotron resonance and the solar wind acceleration.

6.         July 2001, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Oblique fast wave and the fast solar wind.

7.         Sept. 2001, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Oblique fast waves and the solar wind.

 

 
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