Majoring in Physics, Professor Xie Yi Gang graduated from the Tianjin Nankai University in 1956. Professor Xie was a research associate of the Institute of High Energy Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences. Currently, he is still serving as a retired professor of the Institute of High Energy Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences.
In 2011, Professor Xie participated in the research and development of the Efficiency Enhancement Field Induction Technology (EEFIT® ), which is a calibrated physical spectral energy induction technology. His invaluable knowledge in Physics has enabled our company to set the direction of development in technology, and helped consolidate the foundation of our company. Since June 2013, Professor Xie has been serving as the Principal Consultant of Physics of Nick Wang Technology Limited.
Since 1982, Professor Xie has been responsible for organizing various scientific research projects between China and other international organizations. He was appointed three times to be the project director of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). Professor Xie took part in various advanced international cooperation projects. From 1982 to 1983, he participated in the experiments held by UAI under the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), which is based in Geneva, Switzerland. It was due to the experiments conducted in that research that the W and Z bosons were discovered (Rubbia, one of the scientists who took part in UAI, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1984). From 1983 to 1995, Professor Xie was the Beijing contact for the Large Electron-Position Collider (LEP) of CERN. He was responsible for coordinating with Dr. J. Sreinberger, a Nobel laureate who worked for ALEPH, in matters related to the international cooperation in science and technology.
From 1993 to 1997, Professor Xie was appointed as the group leader of the SSC of the United States and STAR-MTD, and was entrusted to be the Beijing contact for KLOE, a project worked with Frascaiti, a national laboratory of Italy, for promoting international cooperation in science and technology. Since 1999, Professor Xie has been serving as the consultant of the Beijing Delegation in an international cooperation project launched by the Large Hadron Collider LHC of CERN and A Toroidal LHC Apparatus (ATLAS).
Professor Xie has published over 80 academic papers in the international and regional journals, about 30 of which were written by him alone. He translated the book “Nuclear Theory” into Chinese and also co-authored “Particle Detectors and Data Acquisition”, the first publication of this kind in China.
Professor Xie was the prize winner of the “Technological Advancement Second Class Award” and two “Technological Advancement Third Class Awards” presented by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.