Peter Leslie Lee

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Professor Peter Leslie Lee (born 1954) is an Australian engineer, academic, and higher education administrator, and a recognized authority within the field of process control.


Professor Lee was educated in Melbourne, Australia, and holds a BEng (Chem) Degree from RMIT and a PhD Degree from Monash University.[1]

Professional career[edit]

Professor Lee has wide experience in higher education administration in Australia, including service with Curtin University of Technology, Monash University, the University of South Australia and the University of Queensland.[2] He is currently Vice-Chancellor of Southern Cross University in northern NSW,[3] [4] and Chair of the Australian Regional Universities Network.[5]

Critical recognition[edit]

  • Centenary Medal, 2001 [6]
  • Institution of Engineers Australia Excellence Award, 1998 [7]
  • Sheddon Pacific Medal for Excellence, 1993 [8]


  • Bao, J.and Lee, P.L. 2007. Process Control: The Passive Systems Approach. London and New York: Springer.
  • Lee, P. L., Newell, R.B. and Cameron, I.T. 1998. Process Control and Management. London: Blackie Academic and Professional.
  • Lee, P.L. 1993. Nonlinear Process Control. London and New York: Springer.
  • Newell, R.B. and Lee, P.L. 1989. Applied Process Control: A Case Study. New York and Sydney: Prentice-Hall.

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