Professor Wen-Shi Lee of NCKU recognized for leadership in passive components.-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

Professor Wen-Shi Lee of NCKU recognized for leadership in passive components.

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Professor Wen-Shi Lee of NCKU recognized for leadership in passive components.

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NCKU Electrical Engineering Professor Wen-Shi Lee (scopus) has achieved notable success in the development of passive components using aluminum materials. He has founded three start-ups, transferred patented technologies generating over NT$20 million, and received the "National Industrial Innovation Award." Additionally, he has been recognized as an exemplary educator.


According to the Ministry of Education's press release on November 5th, Professor Lee initially entered the corporate world after completing his military service, working as a research and development engineer at Philips. His interest in innovative research and development led him to pursue a Ph.D. in electronics while working, marking the beginning of his career in academia with a focus on both industry and education.


Following the acquisition of the company, Lee decided to transition to academia and applied his industry experience to concentrate on aluminum materials. Under his leadership, a cutting-edge technology team with aluminum as its core has developed four generations of different applications. Furthermore, three start-ups have been successfully established, with the value of patented technology transfers exceeding NT$20 million.


Professor Lee emphasized the significance of innovating in the materials field, aiming to replace precious metals with more readily available and cost-effective base metals. His team's achievements include applying aluminum to chip resistor end materials, replacing expensive silver, using aluminum in flexible circuit board conductors instead of copper for circular economy benefits, developing a technology for sintering base metals and alloys in the air, and creating stacked solid-state super aluminum capacitors applicable to electric vehicles.


Lee's commitment to material innovation has allowed Taiwan to independently supply advanced materials. Collaborating with electronic component company Yageo, he established an industry-academia research center, producing over 10 patented technologies annually and integrating 70 companies. Lee also founded the Passive Components Industry Association to propel Taiwan into a global leader in the passive components field. These accomplishments led to his recognition with the "National Industrial Innovation Award.

Professor Wen-Shi Lee from the NCKU received the "National Industrial Innovation Award" and was recognized as an exemplary figure in education.

Professor Wen-Shi Lee (second row, second from the left) with the research team. 

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