Yi-Kang Pu
Department of Engineering Physics
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 100084
Work/fax: 86-10-6277-3931
email: puyikang@tsinghua.edu.cn
University of Science and Technology of China, Radio and Electronics, B.S., 1982
Johns Hopkins University, Graduate Student in the Department of Physics, 1982-1983
MIT, Physics, Ph.D.1989. Thesis under Professor Bruno Coppi on ``Trapped Electron Modes and Anomalous Electron Thermal Energy Transport".
9/2002-present. Professor, Department of Engineering Physics, Tsinghua University
2/1999-8/2002. Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University
9/1994-1/1999. Professor, Department of Applied Physics, Beijing Institute of Technology
10/1988-6/1994. Senior Plasma Physicist, Spire Corporation. 
Research Interest:
       Low temperature plasma physics, diagnostics and modeling, plasma-surface interactions
Other Activities
Member of the Board, International Plasma Chemistry Society, (2004-2007, 2007-2013).
Member of the International Scientific Committee, International Conference of Phenomenon of Ionized Gases, (2009-present)
Member of the International Scientific Committee, International Microplasma Conference, (2010-present)
Member of the Program Committee, Asia-Pacific Conference of Plasma Science and Technology, (2008-present)
Vice Chair, Plasma Sub-committee, Chinese Society of Mechanics, (2002-present).
Member of the International Advisory Committee, International Congress of Plasma Physics (2004-2007).
      Editorial Board Member, Journal of Physics D, Applied Physics, (2009-2010)