Jeong-Bong Lee

Professor - Electrical Engineering
jblee@utdallas.edu
972-883-2893
RL3406
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Electrical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology - 1997
M.S. - Electrical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology - 1993
B.S. - Electronics Engineering
Hanyang University - 1986

Research Areas

Research Interests

RF MEMS(Micromachined 3D high Q inductors (solenoid, spiral, toroidal) for RF front-end, On-chip tunable 3D solenoid inductors, RF MEMS Switches), Bio MEMS(Wireless micro-neuro transponder for neuroprosthetics, Nanoporous microcapsules for islet encapsulation, Microfluidics by EWOD, Microneedle array for painless drug delivery applications), Photonics MEMS(MEMS-based tunable nano-photonic crystals, Thermo-optic tunable light modulator, Polymeric MEMS-based tunable grating), Actuators(Metallic micro/nano grippers, Polymer microgrippers for biological sample manipulation, Improved optoelectronic device packaging using MEMS)

Publications

Yong-Seok Kim, Seong-Cho Yu, Hong Lu, J-B. Lee, and Heebok Lee, A class of micromachined magnetic resonator for high-frequency magnetic sensor application, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 99, no. 8, pp. 08B309-1 ~ 08B309-3, April 2006 2006 - Publication
Yong-Seok Kim, Seong-Cho Yu, J-B. Lee, and Heebok Lee, A new class of LC- resonator for micro-magnetic sensor application, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 304, issue 1, pp. 117~121, September 2006 2006 - Publication
Kabseog Kim and J-B. Lee, MEMS for drug delivery, in BioMEMS Devices and Systems, (CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL), Chapter 19, 2006. 2006 - Publication
A. Nallani, T. Chen, D. Hayes, W. Che, and J-B. Lee, A Method for improved VCSEL packaging using MEMS and ink jet technologies, IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 1504-1512, March 2006 2006 - Publication
M. Tinker, E. Schonbrun, J-B. Lee, and W. Park, Process integration and development of inverted photonic crystal arrays, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 705-709, Mar/Apr 2006 (Selected for the March 20, 2006 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology) 2006 - Publication
E. Schonbrun, Mark Tinker, W. Park, and J-B. Lee, Negative refraction in a Si-polymer photonic crystal membrane, IEEE Photonics Technology Letter, vol. 17, no. 6, pp. 1196~1198, June 2005 2005 - Publication
Jeong-Soo Lee, Daniel S. Park, Arun Nallani, Gil Lee, and J-B. Lee, Sub-micron metallic electrothermal actuators, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 322-327, February 2005 2005 - Publication
Mark Tinker and J-B. Lee, Thermal and optical simulation of a photonic crystal light modulator based on the thermo-optic shift of the cut-off frequency, Optics Express, vol. 13, no. 18, pp. 7174-7188, September 2005 2005 - Publication
Mark Tinker and J-B. Lee, Thermo-optic photonic crystal light modulator, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 86, no. 22, pp. 221111-1~3, May 30, 2005 (Selected for the June 13, 2005 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology) 2005 - Publication

Appointments

Research Engineer II
Georgia Institute of Technology [1997–1998]
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology [6–1997]
Assistant Professor
Louisiana State University. [1–5]

Projects

Schottky Barrier Contact-Based RF MEMS Switch
2007–2007 Brandon Pillans, Frank Morris, Prem Chahal, Gary Frazier, and J-B. Lee, Schottky Barrier Contact-Based RF MEMS Switch, in Symposium Digest 2007 IEEE International Microwave Symposium, Honolulu, HI, June 3-8, 2007
Silicon-based photonic crystal TM polarizer
2007–2007 Yonghao Cui, Qi Wu, E. Schonbrun, Mark Tinker, J-B. Lee, and W. Park, Silicon-based photonic crystal TM polarizer, Tex MEMS IX Conference, Lubbock, TX, September 2007.
Chip-Level Integration of RF MEMS On-Chip Inductors using UV-LIGA Technique
2008–2008 D. Park and J-B. Lee, Chip-Level Integration of RF MEMS On-Chip Inductors using UV-LIGA Technique, The 7th International Workshop on High Aspect Ratio Microstructure Technology, Besancon, France, June 2007
Polymer chopstick gripper for repeatable cell manipulation
2007–2007 K. Colinjivadi, D. Pierce, and J-B. Lee, Polymer chopstick gripper for repeatable cell manipulation, Tex MEMS IX Conference, Lubbock, TX, September 2007.
Silicon-based 2D slab photonic crystal TM polarizer in telecommunication wavelength
2007–2007 Yonghao Cui, Qi Wu, E. Schonbrun, Mark Tinker, J-B. Lee, and W. Park, Silicon-based 2D slab photonic crystal TM polarizer in telecommunication wavelength, IEEE Nano 207 Conference, Hong Kong, August 2-5, 2007

Additional Information

Professional Services
  • Served as a reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices.
  • Appointed as a member of the international editorial board of "Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Materials" published by the Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers (2000).
  • Served as a session chair for SPIE's 8th International Symposium on Smart Electronics and MEMS (2001).
  • Appointed as a program committee member for SPIE's 9th International Symposium on Smart Electronics and MEMS (2001).
  • Served as a session chair for ICMAT Symposium J (2001).
  • Served as a session chair for Tex MEMS III (2001).
  • Served as a review panel member for NSF SBIR/STTR program (2001).
"Consulting, Patents, Etc."
  1. Kabseog Kim and J-B. Lee, "Method for tapered hollow metallic microneedle array" U. S. Patent (pending, filed on 10/15/2004, application no.: 20060084942).
  2. W. Park, J-B. Lee, E. Schonbrun, and Mark Tinker, "Strain tunable flexible photonic crystals" U. S. Patent 7,283,716 Oct. 2007.
  3. E. Nilsen, M. Ellis, C. Goldsmith, J-B. Lee, X. Huang, A. Nallani, K. Kim, G. Skidmore, "Method of manufacturing a microcomponent assembly" U. S. Patent 7,096,568, August 2006.
  4. J-B. Lee, Sang Won Park, Kabseog Kim, and Harish Manohara, Methods of rapid reproduction of metallic micromold inserts, U. S. Patent 6,692,680, Feb. 2004.
  5. M. G. Allen, S. P. Chang, and J-B. Lee, Robust substrate-based micromachining techniques and their application to micromachined sensors and actuators, U. S. Patent 6,458,618, Oct, 2002.
  6. Consultant, Samsung Telecommunications America, May 2004 - January 2007
Honors and Awards
  1. Nominated for an external review panel member for the Microsystems Science, Technology and Components division of the Sandia National Laboratories, 2007
  2. Won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Ultra-Wideband, September, 2006
  3. Recognition of the exemplary Ph.D. education, Univ. of Texas at Dallas, 2005
  4. College of Engineering Best Ph.D. dissertation award (Dr. Kabseog Kim, advisor: J-B. Lee), Univ. of Texas at Dallas, 2004
  5. National Science Foundations Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER AWARD), January 2001
  6. Donald Cecil Elaine T. Delaune Endowed Professorship, Louisiana State University, 2000
  7. Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education (SCEEE) Junior Faculty Development Award, 2000
  8. First Prize (a total of $ 21,000 prize award), Samsung Human Tech Thesis Contest, Seoul, Korea, 1996
  9. Best Poster Paper Award, International Symposium on Advanced Packaging Materials, Atlanta, GA ,

News Articles

UTD Professor Wins $350,000 Grant from Zyvex Corp. For Research into Micro- and Nano-Scale Assembly
RICHARDSON, Texas (July 9, 2002) — An electrical engineering professor at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) has received a $350,000 grant from Richardson-based molecular manufacturing firm Zyvex Corporation for research into assembling micro- and nano-scale devices.

Dr. Jeong-Bong Lee, assistant professor of electrical engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, won a five-year contract from Zyvex to conduct the pioneering studies in his Micro/Nano Devices and Systems (MINDS) Laboratory at UTD.

The grant is part of a $25-million research award that Zyvex received last fall from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Advanced Technology Program, which seeks to accelerate the development of innovative, emerging technology for broad national benefit through partnerships with the private sector.