Jiahui Wei

Jiahui Wei

Postdoctoral Researcher
Biographical Sketch

Jiahui Wei obtained his bachelor's degree in physics at Nankai University, Tianjin, China, and worked on the measurements of branching fractions of some PP (pseudoscalar meson) decays of $D^0$ and $D^+$ at the BESIII (BEijing Spectrometer) collaboration.

He joined the AMS-02 group at University of Geneva as a PhD student since 2017 supported by a grant from the China Scholarship Council. He graduated in 2021 with his thesis focusing on the measurement of isotopic composition of cosmic-ray Beryllium.

He is now a postdoctoral researcher at the Shandong Institute of Advanced Technology, and is currently collaborating with the AMS-02 group at the University of Geneva under an exchange agreement between the two institutes.

He is working on the measurement of cosmic-ray isotopes, and also contributes to detector monitoring activities at the AMS Payload and Operation Center at CERN, staffing the TEE consoles.