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Fu Shinian

Deputy Manager


Prof. Fu Shinian is the CSNS project Deputy Manager and head of Division of Accelerator Technology.  He got his bachelor degree at Sichuan Normal University in 1982. Then, he was accepted as a graduate student at China Institute of Atomic Energy, where he got MS degree and Ph.D.


He worked in physics design study of particle accelerator and free electron laser during early 1980’s to early 1990’s. He proposed the concept of phase space model for light beam transmission in media and applied it to study optical guiding effect in FEL. He made detailed study in the sideband instability of intense-beam FEL oscillator and the accelerator noise effect on the performance of FEL. He developed a beam extraction code for plasma ion source when he worked at HIMAC heavy ion accelerator for therapy in Japan. He designed and developed RF chopper used in J-PARC project with a high-level performance.


He has a wide international collaboration. He worked at NIRS of Japan in 1992-1993 for the development of ECR ion source for HIMAC project, under the support of STA Fellowship. He was in charge of the MEBT design of J-PARC linac during 1997-1999, serving as a guest researcher of KEK. Granted with European Fellowship in 2001, he worked on intense-beam RFQ development at INFN for the Italian ADS program TRASCO. Now he serves as a member of the International Advisory Committee for J-PARC of Japan and a member of the Accelerator Technology Advisory Committee for RISP project of Korea.


He managed a CAS major fundamental research program and a CAS knowledge innovation program for intense-beam physics research. Under his headship, more than 20 R&D items for CSNS project has been completed under the support from CAS and Guangdong province. Now he is in charge of the CSNS accelerator design and construction. He was granted with one national award for science and technology progress and other three awards. His has total publications about 150 papers with 50 SCI included.