Dr. Shiyoung Lee is an Associate Professor of Engineering Technology at Penn State Berks. He has many years of industrial experiences as a Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer with various industries before joining the college. Since Dr. Lee's major research area is in Power Electronics, his primary research interest will be the development of software configurable and fully digital controller for the three-phase permanent magnet brushless motor drives. The MATLAB/Simulink based control algorithms will be studied and developed. Other research interests include, but are not limited to the following topics: efficient power converter topologies, input power factor correction, switched reluctance motor drives, alternative energy production, such as solar energy and wind power generation, and digital power processing for numerous industrial, medical and defense applications. He has published numerous papers through ASEE, IJME, and IEEE in the Power Electronics area. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and member of ASEE and IAJC
"Application of a Software Configurable Digital Servo Amplifier to an Electric Machine Control Course,” The International Journal of Modern Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2009, pp. 49-58.
“Development of a Software Configurable Digital Controller for the Three-Phase PMBDCM,” Electrical Manufacturing Expo (EME) 2008, on CD.
Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virgina Tech., VA
Master of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Stevens Inst. of Tech., NJ
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, Inha University, Inchon, Korea
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Inha University, Inchon, Korea