Dae Hoon Lee

Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, Republic of Korea


Dae Hoon Lee was born in Daegu, Republic of Korea. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in aerospace engineering in KAIST (1997 and 1999). He got his Ph.D. degree in KAIST (2003) in mechanical engineering with his work on microreaction technology and microreaction devices. Since 2004, he joined KIMM, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, where he is involved in the research and development for industrial application of atmospheric pressure plasma technology. He has also been an Associate Professor in the Department of Clean Energy System, University of Science and Technology, since 2006. His research is devoted to the development of plasma process and plasma chemistry for fuel utilization such as reforming, combustion, and chemical conversion. Most of his work is related to environment and energy issues. Plasma burner for DPF (diesel particulate material) regeneration, plasma reformer for HC-SCR, plasma burner for ultralow NOx burner, and plasma scrubber for PFC abatement can be listed among his developments. Recently, he is interested in the plasma-catalyst hybrid reaction system for cost-effective and efficient chemical process. He published more than 20 peer-reviewed journal papers and registered more than 130 domestic and foreign patents.

Biography Updated on 18 June 2013

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