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Gil Sik Lee
Professor-Electrical Engineering
Office MailstopRoom No.: NSERL 3.410 
Email Address    Primary Phone Number 972-883-4753    Fax Number (972) 883-6839    URL Dr. Gil Lee's Homepage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
 Ph.D.Electrical Engineering North Carolina State University1987
 M.S. Electrical Engineering University of Texas at Austin1983
 M.E.ElectronicsKyungpook National University1977
 B.E.ElectronicsKyungpook National University1975
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Research Interests

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.
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“Room-temperature gas sensor using carbon nanotube with cobalt oxides”, Daewoong Jung, Maeum Han and Gil S. Lee, Sens. Actuat. B 204, pp. 596-601, 2014.


“Palladium-nanoparticle-coated carbon nanotube gas sensor,” Maeum Han, Daewoong Jung, and Gil S. Lee, Chemical Physics Letters, vol. 610-611, pp. 261-266, 2014.


“Gas-sensing properties of multi-walled carbon-nanotube sheet coated with NiO,” Daewoong Jung, Ma Eum Han, Gil S. Lee, Carbon, vol. 78, pp. 156-163, 2014.


“Infrared sensing characteristics of multiwalled carbon nanotube sheet,” Daewoong Jung, Maeum Han, and Gil S. Lee,J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B, vol. 32, p. 04E107-1, 2014.


“Synthesis and electrochemical properties of spin-capable carbon nanotube sheet/ MnOx composites for high performance energy storage devices,” Jae-Hak Kim, Kyung H. Lee, LawrenceJ. Overzet, and Gil S. Lee, Nano Lett, vol. 11, pp. 2611-2617, 2011.

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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
08/2014  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.
01/2014  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.
01/2014  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.
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2001-PresentProfessorElectrical Engineering Department University of Texas at Dallas
1992-2001Associate Professor  Louisiana State University
1987-1992Assistant Professor  Louisiana State University
08/1977-08/1981Assistant Professor  Kyungil University, Korea
07/1995-08/1996Consultant  Optek Technology
06/1991-11/1991Visiting Scientist  Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
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Honors and awards
  • Senior Member in IEEE

Grants Received
  • "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%)

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