Qingjin Xu

Dr. Qingjin Xu earned his Ph.D. degree from the Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2006. From 2003 to 2007, he participated in the development of the 1st superconducting particle detector magnet in China: BESIII detector magnet. From 2008 to 2014, he worked at KEK and CERN on the advanced superconducting magnet R&D for Hi-Lumi LHC project. From March 2014 till now, he moved back to IHEP, Beijing, China, leading the advanced superconducting magnet R&D for future high energy accelerators.