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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 heat, and strain sensor applications using CNT sheet.
  • Solar cell.
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“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, NanoLett, vol. 11, pp. 2611-2617, 2011.
"A novel microneedle-based non-enzymatic glucose sensor for painless diabetes testing application," Y. Yoon, J. Kim, K. Lee, H. Song, K. Yoo, G. Lee, and J.-B. Lee, The 16th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators & Microsystems (Transducers 2011), Beijing, China, pp. 2164-2167, 2011. 
“Energy storage devices using spinable CNT sheets,” J.-H. Kim, K. H. Lee, D. Burk, L. J. Overzet, G. S. Lee, Proceedings of IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference, Jeju, Korea, 2011.
D.W. Jung, K. H. Lee, J.H. Kim, L.J. Overzet, G.S. Lee, S.H. Kong. “Optimizing control of Fe catalysts for Carbon nanotube growth,” NANO KOREA 2011, The 9th International Nanotech Exhibition in Korea, Korea, August 2011.
“Tuning of Fe catalysts for growth of spin-capable carbon nanotubes,” Jae-Hak Kim, Hoon-Sik Jang, Kyung Hwan Lee, Lawrence J. Overzet and Gil S. Lee Carbon, vol. 48, p. 538, 2010.
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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
12/03/2007 12/03/2007 "Investigation of Fluorocarbon (FC) films as passivation layers for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs)"
N. Sundaram and G.S. Lee, 1st Trans-Pacific Workshop on flexible electronics, UT Dallas, Dallas, Dec. 3, 2007.
09/27/2007 09/27/2007 "Successful College Life,"

Korean United Presbyterian Church, Dallas, September 27, 2007.

08/2007 08/2007 "Bimetallic nanoparticles as catalysts for growth of CNT forests"
A. Sra, K.H. Lee, B.J. Lee, L. Overzet, D.J. Yang, and G.S. Lee, Texas-Korea Nano Workshop, UTDallas, Dallas, August 2007.
03/22/2007 03/22/2007 "A Four-Point Probe Characterization Method for Multi-wall Carbon Nanotubes Grown Using Atmospheric Pressure Plasma CVD,"
G.S. Lee and L. Overzet, presented at POSTECH, Korea, March 22, 2007.
03/22/2007 03/22/2007 "III-V Compound Materials, Low-k Materials, Phase Grating Modulator and Carbon Nanotube Growth,"
Kyungil University, Taegu, Korea, March 22, 2007.
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2001-PresentProfessorElectrical Engineering Department University of Texas at Dallas
1992-2001Assistant Professor  Louisiana State University
1987-1992Associate Professor  Louisiana State University
08/1977-08/1981Assistant Professor  Kyungil University, Korea
08/1977-08/1981Assistant Professor  Kyungil University
07/1995-08/1996Consultant  Optek Technology, Carrollton, Texas
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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