Ph.D. - Electrical Engineering
North Carolina State University - 1987
M.S. - Electrical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - 1983
M.E. - Electronics
Kyungpook National University - 1977
B.E. - Electronics
Kyungpook National University - 1975
My research interests include semiconductor material properties, physics of semiconductor devices, device fabrication, and measurement and characterization of materials and devices.
Recent research activities include the following:
Carbon nanotubes growing by atmospheric PECVD and spinning of CNT.
Lithium ion battery and lithium air battery using CNT sheet.
Transparent touch screen, transparent heater, gas sensors, and strain sensor applications using CNT sheet.
J.S. Lee, D.S. Park, A.K. Nallani, G.S. Lee, and J.B. Lee, Sub-micron Matallic Electrothermal Actuators, J. of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol. 15, p. 322, 2005. 2005 - Publication
University of Texas at Dallas [2001–Present]
Optek Technology [1995–1996]
Louisiana State University [1992–2001]
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC [1991–1991]
Louisiana State University [1987–1992]
Kyungil University, Korea [1977–1981]
Ma-Eum Han, Daewoong Jung, and Gil S. Lee, A Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube Sheet based infrared thermal detector, 41th Conference on the Physics & Chemistry of Surface & Interface, Santa Fe, New Mexico, January 2014.
Daewoong Jung, Ma-Eum Han and Gil S. Lee, A Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube Sheet based flexible conductive film, 41th Conference on the Physics & Chemistry of Surface & Interface, Santa Fe, New Mexico, January 2014.
Daewoong Jung, Maeum Han, Jinhong Kim and Gil S. Lee, Gas-sensing properties of multi-walled carbon-nanotube sheet decorated with cobalt oxides, 14th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, Toronto, Canada, August 18-21, 2014.
"The Future Semiconductor Commercialization (FUSION)," COSAR, participating to develop DMS etcher, $60,000/year, 2007 - 2011. (4%)
"KITECH Local lab," Korean Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) $82,000. 12/05 - 11/07. G.S. Lee, D. J. Yang and L. Overzet. (4%)
"Continuous Growth and Harvesting of Carbon Nanotubes," Korean Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), $900,000. 10/06 - 9/10. D.J. Yang, L. Overzet, and G.S. Lee. (12.5%)
When electrical engineering professor Dr. Gil Lee established a scholarship fund at the University, he turned to former students to help boost its impact.
knows the power of education, but today’s college degree comes at a cost that can be daunting for many. So Lee has a clear message: Use your education to help those students coming behind you.
Dr. Gil Sik Lee
, an electrical engineering professor in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science
, was chosen for an IEEE Educational Activities Board
(EAB) Meritorious Achievement Award in Informal Education, which he will receive at the IEEE Meeting Series in Phoenix in November.
Lee is the founder and CEO of IntelliChoice
, a nonprofit tutoring program working in 13 lower-income neighborhoods in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He received a Community Hero Award from Tech Titans
for this work in 2015.