Lee Sang-mook

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee.

Lee Sang-Mook is a Korean geologist. He went to college at Seoul National University and graduate school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In his career, Lee Sang-Mook has been a professor at Seoul National University and a researcher. His research focuses on tectonic plates, underwater earthquakes, and volcanoes. Lee Sang-Mook has received numerous awards, including the Medal of Merit in South Korea. As of 2014, Lee Sang-Mook is a dean at the Graduate School of Convergence Science and technology.

Lee Sang-Mook
Born (1962-10-18) October 18, 1962 (age 52)
Seoul, South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Ethnicity Korean
Alma mater Seoul National University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Occupation Professor
Years active 2003–present
Employer Seoul National University
Known for Korean "Steve Hawking". Scientist. Professor of Seoul National Univ
Home town Seoul, South Korea
Title Dean, Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology, SNU
Korean name
Hangul 이상묵
Hanja 李尙默
Revised Romanization I Sang-muk
McCune–Reischauer I Sang-muk
Website
qolt homepage

Education[edit]

  • 1985.2., B.S., Seoul National University, College of Natural Sciences, Dept of Oceanography
  • 1995.2., Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering

Experience[edit]

  • 1995.4.-1996.2., Guest Investigator, Dept of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • 1996.2.-1998.1., Senior Research Assistant, Dept of Geological Sciences, University of Durham, England
  • 1998.2.-2003.2., Senior Research Scientist, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
  • 2003.3.-2003.12., Principal Research Scientist, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
  • 2003.12.-2010.3., Assistant Professor, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University
  • 2010.4.-Present, Associate Professor, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University
  • 2005.1.-2007.12., Editorial Board, Ocean Sciences Journal (1st)
  • 2005.1.-Present, Editorial Board, Geosciences Journal
  • 2009.3.-2011.2., Additional Professor, Computational Science & Technology, Seoul National University
  • 2009.3.-2011.2., Adjunct Researcher, Advanced Institutes of Convergence Technology, Seoul National University
  • 2009.3.-2011.2., Director, Korea Academy of Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology
  • 2009.9.-2013.2., Additional Professor, College of Liberal Studies, Seoul National University
  • 2009.10.-Present, Associate Member, Korean Academy of Science and Technology
  • 2009.11.-2011.10., Institute of Technologies for Living Together, Advanced Institutes of Convergence Technology, Seoul National University
  • 2009.11.-Present, Member, Presidential Council on Information Society[1]
  • 2010.5.-2012.2., Member, Institute of Convergence Science and Technology, Korean Academy of Science and Technology
  • 2010.6.-Present, Principal investigator and director, Center for Quality of Life Technology (QoLT) Support and Human Resources Development, Ministry of Knowledge

Economy[edit]

  • 2011.3.~ 2013.2., Head, Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program in Computational Sciences, Seoul National University [2][not in citation given]

Awards[edit]

  • 2008 Commendation (Certificate of Honor), The Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco
  • 2009 Medal of Merit, Republic of Korea
  • 2010 2010 DO-IT Trailblazer Award, DO-IT Center, University of Washington
  • 2011 Grand Prize, Seoul City Welfare Award[3]

Research Area[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • 2008. Hope of 0.1g(0.1그램의 희망) Random House Korea. 341 pages. ISBN 9788925530284
  • Tectonics of the East Pacific Rise: Studies of Faulting Characteristics and Magnetic and Gravity Anomalies[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Member, Presidential Council on Information Society
  2. ^ Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program in Computational Sciences, Seoul National University [1]
  3. ^ 2011 Grand Prize, Seoul City Welfare Award
  4. ^ Tectonics of the East Pacific Rise: Studies of Faulting Characteristics and Magnetic and Gravity Anomalies [2]
  • "From a Wheelchair, a Scientist Pries Open South Korean Minds" at The New York Times(April 19, 2008)[3]
  • "Dr. Sang-Mook Lee fishes Hauser Lake" at NBC(July 18, 2012)[4]