My name is Xianguo Lu, or 卢显国. I study the elementary particle neutrino.
I received my BSc from Peking University (北京大学) and my Diplom-Physiker from the University of Hamburg. I moved to the University of Oxford as a postdoc after completing my PhD under Johanna Stachel and a brief postdoc at the University of Heidelberg. I stayed on to become an STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellow and a faculty member of the Department of Physics at Oxford. Meanwhile, I became a Stipendiary Lecturer in Physics and then a Senior Research Fellow at Pembroke College. I joined the University of Warwick in 2021 and was appointed as Associate Professor of Physics in 2023.
I was a visiting researcher at DESY, Kyoto University, and the University of Wrocław. I hold a visiting lectureship at the University of Oxford.
I am a regular runner, having logged 690 kilometres in 2022. Been there, done that: River Garonne in Bordeaux (7k); Weiming Lake of Peking University (北大未名湖, 5k); Venice (5k); Central Park in New York (12k); and Lake Senba in Mito (水戸市千波湖, 10k).