Research Areas: Characterization Systems and Services
Biography: James E. Lee is a staff engineer at Idaho National Laboratory, active in the field of electronics and electrical engineering. His skills include analog and digital design, instrumentation and control, packaging, electronic fabrication, system prototyping, field installation, equipment interfacing, modification, troubleshooting, and repair. He presently oversees the electronics development lab at the INL Research Center, a position that includes maintenance of the parts inventory that supports IRC projects, as well as development of a rapid prototype system that is easily modifiable and flexible enough to meet the fast-pace requirements at the IRC. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer and industrial electronics technology from the University of Idaho.
B.S., Computer and Industrial Electronics Technology - University of Idaho
A.T., Electronics - Idaho State University
Peter C. Kong, Robert J. Pink, James E. Lee, 2007, "Plasma Generators, Reactor Systems and Related Methods," Patent 7,232,975, June 19, 2007.