董燎原 男 汉族 博导 高能物理研究所
Dong Liaoyuan, obtained his PHD degree in Particle Physics from IHEP, CAS in 1998. He started as professor at IHEP since 2009. He was a postdoctoral research associate at Iowa State University, USA (2004-2009); an associate professor at IHEP, CAS (2000-2004); a postdoctoral researcher at China Center of Advanced Science and Technology (1998-2000); a visiting scholar at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), England (12 months in 1999-2002); and a visiting scholar at High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan (8 months in 2000-2003). He was selected by Overseas Outstanding Talents Program (Hundred-Talent Program) of CAS in 2010. He served as a convener of the Charm Physics Working Group of BESIII (2010-2013), and served as computing coordinator of BESIII since 2013.
Areas of Research: Experimental particle physics.
Achievement and Experience: Dong Liaoyuan has been working on data acquisition and data analysis on particle physics experiments at electron-position collides since 1995.
He obtained many important results in the fields of the Partial wave analysis of J/psi and D meson decays and the Dalitz plot analysis of B meson decays. He received the second prize of Natural Science Rewards of Chinese Academy Sciences in 2001, and he has been served as a referee for Physics Review D, a journal of the American Physics Society, since 2009.
While working in the BES and BESII experiments, he played a key role in many Partial partial wave analyses of J/psi decays, and he was the main contributor to the measurements of the mass, width and branching fractions of eta_c.
He was also involved in the Belle experiment at KEK and BABAR experiment at SLAC. His main physics focus at Belle was the D0-D0bar mixing, and his main physics focus at BABAR was in the area of the Dalitz plot analysis of B decays and the measurements of CKM angle gamma. He had served the coordinator of the time-to-distance calibration and the operations manager for the Drift Chamber of the Babar detector.
As a member of the BES, BESII-III, BABAR and Belle collaborations, he has over 400 publications in the international core journals, of which, more than 20 publications (>600 citations in SCI) are mainly from his contributions.
Dong Liaoyuan is currently participating in the BESIII experiment, focusing on the study of the Charm physics, development of the physics analysis tools and the calibrations and Monte Carlo simulations.
Honors & Distinctions
张磊 博士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理
卢宇 博士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理
孙新华 硕士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理
朱帅 博士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理
关春懿 硕士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理
戴鑫琛 博士研究生 070202-粒子物理与原子核物理