IEEE Fellowship award for UCL's Sungsik Lee
Sungsik Lee and Renuka Jindal, IEEE EDS President
Sungsik Lee, a PhD student in the London Centre for Nanotechnology and UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department, won an IEEE EDS PhD fellowship for the Europe/Middle East/Africa region at the Electron Devices Society 2011 awards.
The awards were held on 2th December 2011 at the Hilton Washington and Towers, USA, where Sungsik was presented with a commemorative plaque by the IEEE EDS president, Renuka Jindal. Judging was based on academic excellence and his demonstration of significant ability in performing independent research in the field of Electron Devices.
One year fellowships are awarded to promote, recognize, and support PhD level study and research within the Electron Devices Society’s field of interest. Mr Lee's award is one of only three regional awards, the others being the Americas and Asia & Pacific regions.
Sungsik Lee graduated from Korea Advanced Institute of Science Technology (KAIST) and enrolled at University College London for his PhD course in September 2010. He is also a recipient of both ORS and GRS Scholarships for his PhD course in University College London and was supervised by Professor Arokia Nathan. He has more than 25 publications, including 5 journal papers and 3 US patents as the first author and inventor. He is a reviewer of high impact journals, such as IEEE EDL, IEEE TED, IEEE/OSA JDT, and a member of IEEE EDS, IEEE GOLD, and MRS.
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