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Professor Ching-Ting Lee elected as IEEE fellow

04 December 2008 | By Syanne Olson | Going Places

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The first Dean of NCKU College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Professor Ching-Ting Lee, has been elected as a 2009 Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Professor Lee is credited with helping the sustainable growth of the compound semiconductor industry in Taiwan and as a pioneer in contributions to process technology of compound semiconductor devices, especially the GaN-based LEDs and high-speed electronic devices.

Lee has published over 300 journal and conference papers and holds various blue LED-related patents from the U.S., Japan, Taiwan and China. He is recognized for his development of highly efficient and bright GaN-based white light emitting diodes. His research interests focus on optoelectronic semiconductor devices, high-speed microelectronic devices, blue and white light emitting diode, solar cell devices, optoelectronic devices in display system, optoelectronic electromagnetic field sensor devices and organ light emission diode and thin-film transistors.
 
Professor Lee has received various science and education achievement awards including the Distinguish Research Award from National Science Council in 1999 and 2002. His invention has been issued 10 patents since 1995 and is currently a member of the Industrial Development Bureau of Ministry of Economic Affairs where he helps guide the projects of research and development on semiconductor devices and electro-optical devices and systems.

Lee received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from National Cheng Kung University and completed his Ph.D in electrical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

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