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Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies: An International Journal (NIJ)
An International peer-review journal operated under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
ISSN - 2180-1304
Published - Bi-Monthly   |   Established -    |   Year of Publication - 2021

June 30, 2021

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NIJ - Editorial Board Member (EBM)

Professor Sing Lee
Emeritus Professor at University of Malaya, Malaysia -
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Email - leesing@optusnet.com.au
Institute for Plasma Focus Studies 32 Oakpark Drive Chadstone VIC 3148, Australia

About Professor Sing Lee

Lee Sing received Ph D (1970) from the Australian National University. He was Professor of Applied Physics and headed Research Groups in Plasma and Pulse Technology and the Physics Department at University of Malaya (1972-1991). He was an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow (75-76) at the Nuclear Research Centre at Juelich, Germany, Commonwealth Staff Fellow (81-82) at the Imperial College, London and Visiting Professor and United Nations University (UNU) Special Fellow (86-87) at Flinders University, Australia. He was the Founder President of the Asian African Association for Plasma Training (AAAPT) 1986-2004 and Associate Director of the AAAPT Research and Training Center at Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. He was the Far East Representative of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy (up to 1997) and is actively an advocate and implementor of South-South technology creation and transfer, especially in plasma radiation, laser and pulse technology. His earlier efforts to promote South-South Science have been featured in Physics Today Vol 59 No 5 May 2006 pg 31-36. He was a Founder Member of the International Scientific Committee of Dense Magnetised Plasmas and a Council Member of the International Centre for Dense Magnetised Plasmas Foundation (ICDMP) sited at Warsaw, Poland. He has successfully supervised 26 PhD and MSc theses and more than 40 Fellows in intensive training programmes of UNU, ICTP and TWAS, Third World Academy of Sciences. He has been a Director of the ICTP Spring College in Plasma Physics (1989-1995). He has more than 400 professional publications. He was Head of the Division of Physics (1992-2000), Head of Natural Sciences and retired as Professor of Nanyang Technological University, National Institute of Education (NTU.NIE), Singapore (1991-2000). He was Associated Editor of Journal of Fusion Energy (2012-2017), is on the editorial board or reviewer of several journals and has been on the international organizing committee of several international conferences including the International Congress on Plasma Physics. He maintains an active interest in the modelling of the radiative plasma focus (maintaining and continually developing the Lee Model on IPFS, INTI UC, NIE, ICTP OAA websites). He is the Founding Director of the Institute for Plasma Focus Studies (www.plasmafocus.net) and has run several internet-based workshops on numerical plasma focus experiments for some 100 scientists from 12 countries including one at KSU USA (2010) and a Fusion energy Workshop at the International Conference on Nuclear and Renewable Energy Resources (NURER2010) in Ankara, Turkey. From publications and e-mail consultations it is estimated that some 20 plasma focus groups, including 4 in the US have used the Lee Model code in their experiments design and their research. Among the recent plasma focus machines commissioned world-wide, the design of NX3 (Singapore), KSU PF (USA) and a number of Iranian devices are based on the Lee Model code; and the Lawrenceville Focus Fusion I (USA) had critical changes based on the Lee Model code. Sing Lee is actively associated with plasma research at University of Malaya, INTI IU, NTU/NIE, UTM Malaysia, AEC Syria, and KSU USA and is constantly consulted by plasma focus research groups from all over the world. His latest work (for example radiative collapse in plasma focus pinch) has revealed insights into key plasma focus mechanisms providing guidance to the research community in the development and applications of the plasma focus as an alternative fusion energy device. H Index: 48.