Born in 1983, since 2018 Dr. Li has been a tenured professor at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology. He was a scientific researcher (2012‒2018) at the Institute of Nuclear and Energy Technology (IKET) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He received his Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology (2012) with the topic “Computational fluid dynamics study on liquid droplet impingement erosion in a bent pipe”. Li has many years of experience in the fields of computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer enhancement, two-phase flow, turbulence modelling, erosion and corrosion, reactor physics and thermal hydraulic analysis, high performance computing. He has been involved in and contributed to the major European Commission FP-7 projects for fast reactor safety study. Li has written/contributed to 24 professional archival peer-reviewed journal papers, 23 conference proceeding papers and 20 technical deliverables to European Commission, and Japan Nuclear Regulation Authority. Current research is quantum computational fluid dynamics.