Name: Dr. Long C. Lee
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Phone: (619) 594-3701
Office: E-408


Ph.D.- Physics, University of Southern California, 1971

M.A.- Physics, University of Southern California, 1967

B.S.- Physics, Taiwan Normal University, 1964


EE 310 Electrical Network Analysis II
EE 434 Electronic Materials and Devices
EE 510 Method of Analysis
EE 534 Solid State Devices
EE 642 Optical Communications
EE 645 Antennas and Propagation
EE 440L Physical Electronics Laboratory


"Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, SDSU, 1982-present"

Adj. Professor of Chemistry, SDSU, 1986- present

Senior Physicist, SRI International, 1979-1982

Physicist, Stanford Research Institute, 1977-1978

Adj. Assist. Professor, University of Southern California, 1977

Research Staff, Univ. of Southern California, 1971-1977

Invited Visiting Scientist, Univ. Kaiserslautern, West Germany, 1975


A total of 147 papers published in scientific journals

A total of 155 presentations given in scientific meetings

Workshop chairman and organizer on "Plasma, Ion, and Laser Assisted Chemical Processing of Electronic Materials" sponsored by NSF in 1986

Chairman and Organizer on "Second SDIO/ONR Pulse Power Meeting" sponsored by ONR in 1989


Research grants awarded by the National Science Foundation from 1975-1993

Research grants awarded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration from 1979-1993

Research grants awarded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research from 1978-1989

Research grants awarded by the Office of Naval Research from 1986-1989

Research grants awarded by the Caltech President Fund from 1977-1978

Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award by SDSU in 1986, 1988, and 1990

Alumni and Associates Award by SDSU in 1985

National Science Foundation Fellowship in 1969-1971


Member, American Physical Society

Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering


"High-Intensity Resonance on the Simple Vibrator CaF2:H-" Phys. Rev. Letters 26, 648 (1971)

"Vacuum Ultraviolet Fluorescence from Photodissociation Fragments of O2 and N2" J. Chem. Phys. 61, 3261 (1974)

"Photodissociation of Ar2+, Kr2+, and Xe2+ in 620-860 nm" , Phys. Rev. A17, 2005 (1978)

"Observation of O(1D) Produced from Photodissociation of HO2 at 193 and 248 nm", J. Chem. Phys. 76, 4909 (1982)

"Photodissociation Rates of Molecules in Interstellar Radiation Field", Astrophys. J. 282, 172 (1984)

"Reaction Rate Constant of HO2 + O3 Measured by Detecting HO2 from Photofragment Fluorescence" , J. Chem. Phys. 85, 5027 (1986)

"Quantitative Study on Photoexcitation Process of SiF4 at 49-120 nm", J. Chem. Phys. 86, 1152 (1987)

"Laser-Induced Current Switching Observed in the Discharge Medium of CF2Cl2-N2 and CH3Cl-N2" , IEEE Trans. Plasm. Sci. PS-15, 460, (1987)

"Attachment of Low Energy Electrons to HCl", J. Appl. Phys. 64, 1625 (1988)

"Transient Signals Induced by Laser Irradiation of Negative Ions in Hollow Electrode Discharges of Cl2 and HCl in N2" , J. Appl. Phys. 68, 2649 (1990)

"Reaction Rate Constants of NO+ + NO and Ar+ + NO Measured by an Optical Detection Method", J. Chem. Phys. 94, 7893 (1991)

"IR Fluorescence Yields from UV Excitation of HNO3, Benzene, Naphthalene and Methyl-Derivatives", J. Photochem. Photobio. A : Chem. 74, 1 (1993)

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