Jiankui Shi
Research Prof.
National Space Science Center, CAS
China
Member of PIERS
Research Interests

Space Physics, Ionosphere and Radio Propagation

Biography

Jiankui SHI, male, PH.D

 

He is research professor in State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NSSC/CAS), professor in University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS), the director of the committee of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy of Chinese Geophysics Union, the secretary general of Chinese Committee for IAGA/IUGG, and a member of American Geophysical Union (AGU).

 

He studied, from 1978 to 1982, in Peking University as a bachelor degree student specialized in Space Physics, from 1982 to 1984, in the graduate school, Chinese Academy of Sciences as a master degree student specialized in Solar Physics, from 1991 to 1994, in NSSC/CAS as a PH.D student specialized in Magnetospheric Physics.

 

Now, his speciality is ionospheric disturbances and Magnetosphere  -  Ionosphere coupling. He is PI of the ionospheric measurement with DPS-4D digisonde, GPS TEC monitor and GPS scintillation monitor at the NSSC/CAS low latitude ionospheric observation station Hainan. 

 

He has more than 300 publication mainly on space plasmas, ionospheric disturbances and irregularities, as well as on the ionosphere-magnetosphere coupling. He was in charge of Science and Application System of the China-ESA space science joint mission Double Star and now is the adviser of Science and Application System of the China-ESA space science joint mission SMILE.

    He has scientific awards and Prizes as follows.

      --- Beijing Science and Technology Association Prize for Excellent Publication (1990)

     --- Chinese Geophysics Union Prize for Excellent Publication (1997)

    --- ESA Award for outstanding contributions to the Clusters exploration of Geospace (2005)

    --- International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Award: Laurels for Team Achievement, Double Star and Cluster (2010)  

    --- Peoples Republic of China, National First Level Prize for Science and Technology Progress in Double Star mission (2010)

    --- ESA and NSSC certification for outstanding contributions to the Cluster and Double star Missions (2015)

Work Experience

--- 1991--present, State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NSSC/CAS), also professor in University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) since 1997.

Education

--- 1978 to 1982, in Peking University as a bachelor degree student specialized in Space Physics,

--- 1982 to 1984, in the graduate school, Chinese Academy of Sciences as a master degree student specialized in Solar Physics, 

--- 1991 to 1994, in NSSC/CAS as a PH.D student specialized in Magnetospheric Physics.

Honors & Awards

    --- Beijing Science and Technology Association Prize for Excellent Publication (1990) 

   --- Chinese Geophysics Union Prize for Excellent Publication (1997)

    --- ESA Award for outstanding contributions to the Clusters exploration of Geospace (2005)

    --- International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Award: Laurels for Team Achievement, Double Star and Cluster (2010)  

    --- Peoples Republic of China, National First Level Prize for Science and Technology Progress in Double Star mission (2010)

    --- ESA and NSSC certification for outstanding contributions to the Cluster and Double star Missions (2015)

Publications

He has more than 300 publication mainly on space plasmas, ionospheric disturbances and irregularities, as well as on the ionosphere-magnetosphere coupling.