About Me (in Korean)
Professor Young Sik Lee is the Director of the Green Education Resource Center (KHU GERC) funded by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology of Korea and KOFAC. One of the main mission of GERC is developing the textbook and educational materials for K-12 and adults in environmental and Sustain Development Education.
Professor Lee received a B.S. in Chemistry from Seoul National University in Korea and a Ph.D. from Department of Chemistry, Columbia University in the City of New York. Receiving Ph.D. in high resolution spectroscopy, Professor Lee employs various spectroscopic technique from simple molecular systems to the environmental monitoring. After receiving his Ph.D. degree, he worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in U.S.A.
As a professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyung Hee University in Korea, Professor Lee teaches in the areas of physical chemistry, spectroscopy, and STS since 1993.
Professor Lee is an active member of the scientific and educational community. He serves as the board member of the Korean Chemical Society(KCS) and the Society of the international Gifted in Science(SIGS). He is was a chair of KCS Information & Network Committee to plan and operate the webpages and database of KCS. Also Professor Lee has interests in science education for younger students and the public. He was also involved in international science olympiad such as IJSO and IChO.