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The core of the fourth industrial revolution is ‘hyper-connection’. The hyper-Connection society’ has required the development of energy sources for Internet of Things(IoT) and smart devices. The demand of post-sencondary batteries will be increased in the age of the fourth industrial revolution. Accordingly, the symposium related to ‘the role of batteris on the fourth industrial revolution’ was held by KOBS and KIST. We expect that this symposium will be opportunity, occupying the post-energy storage technologies.
Dr.Lee took office as President of Korean Battery Society(KOBS) on january 1, 2017.
While the concerns of power sources for electric applications are increasing, KOBS was established as a non-profit scholarship organization for realization of scholarly development related to post-energy conversion devices and exchange of mutual knowledges for energy materials and devices by supporting from Ministry of information and communication and electronics and telecommunications research institute.
Dr.Lee was gave an award certificate for supervision of research paper and contribution to development of science technology from UST.
Now, He is also working as a professor at the Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering, Korea University of Science and Technology (UST). He has more than 30 years of experience in Chemical Engineering. His research interests have focused on the application of reaction engineering techniques to problems in surface modification, carbon composite and coating of carbonaceous films, and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process.
Dr. Lee was selected to a researcher for excellent national research development achievement from Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning in 2016. This award has been given for inspirating the self-confidence as a scientist and advertising excellent national research development achievement since 2006. The research subject is “Self-relaxation electrode materials of post-secondary batteries for high-performance.