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About Sang-Joon John Lee

John Lee is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at San Jose State University (SJSU). His research focuses primarily on microfluidics for applicatons in biomedical engineering and electronic displays. At SJSU he established and continues to teach hands-on laboratory courses in microfluidics and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Dr. Lee also teaches courses in biomechanics, manufacturing process control, and finite element analysis, as well as mechanical engineering fundamentals including mechanical design, dynamics, and fluid mechanics.

Positions

Present Professor, San Jose State University Mechanical Engineering
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Courses

  • ME 154 Mechanical Engineering Design
  • ME 273 Finite Element Methods in Engineering
  • ME 101 Dynamics
  • ME 110 Manufacturing Processes
  • ME 111 Fluid Mechanics
  • ME 120 Experimental Methods
  • ME 130 Applied Engineering Analysis
  • ME 160 Introduction to Finite Element Method
  • ME 165 Computer-Aided Design in Mechanical Engineering
  • ME/EE/MatE 168 Microfluidics Fabrication and Design
  • ME/EE/MatE 169 MEMS Fabrication and Design
  • ME 189 Design and Manufacture of Microsystems
  • ME 267 Engineering Biomechanics
  • ME 283 Manufacturing Process Control

Education

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1996 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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1992 M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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1990 B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
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Contact Information

sang-joon.lee@sjsu.edu

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