Curriculum Vitae


Paul Lee

Space Telescope Science Institute
3700 San Martin Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
U.S.A.

E-mail: plee@stsci.edu
URL: http://www.stsci.edu/~plee
Phone: (410) 338-5043
Fax: (410) 338-5090



EDUCATION

The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Master of Science in Information and Telecommunication Systems.
awarded on May 27, 1999.

The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Part-time graduate student in department of
Physics and Astronomy,1994-1996.

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California
Master of Science in Computer Engineering, incomplete due to job relocation.

University of California at Davis, Davis, California
Bachelor of Science in Physics with High Honors,
awarded on June 19, 1992.

PROFESSIONAL STUDY

Elements of Spacecraft Design
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
December 31, 1999.


MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

Lead, Data Analyst Group
Science and Instrument Support Department
Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.
January 2000 - Present


Science Support Supervisor
Science Support Division
Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.
July 1997 - December 1999.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Science Data Analyst
Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.
October 1993 - Present

Postgraduate Researcher
Laboratory for Experimental Astrophysics,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
June 1992 - September 1993

Undergraduate Research Assistant
Novel Materials Laboratories, Department of Physics,
University of California, Davis.
May 1989 - June 1992

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Faculty - Faculty Associate
Department of Information Technology, School of Professional Studies for Business and Education, The Johns Hopkins University.
August 2000 - Present

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant and Head Reader
Department of Physics, University of California, Davis.
March 1989 - June 1992

Undergraduate Reader
Department of Mathematics, University of California, Davis.
September 1989 - March 1992

THESIS

The Investigation of Pressure Effects on High Tc Superconductor
Ba(1-x)K(x)BiO3
. Thesis Advisor: Dr. Robert N. Shelton.
1992, University of California, Davis.


POSTER PAPERS

Distant X-ray Clusters of Galaxies: Studies and Searches
M. Donahue, P. Lee, M. Postman, M. Dickinson, J. Stocke.
1996, BAAS, 28, #4, 1317.

GHRS Observations of the ISM Toward BD +38 2182
L. Danly, Y.P. Lee, R. Benjamin.
1996, BAAS, 28, #2, 894.

An Optical Survey of Large Interstellar Structures
Y.P. Lee, L. Danly, C. Sneden, D. Hiltgen, C.E. Albert, J. Krick,
H. Baldwin, and E. Jackson.
1995, BAAS, 27, #2, 864.

Ultraviolet Observations toward HD 135485: Searching for Evidence
of a proposed High Velocity Cloud

L. Danly, Y.P. Lee, C.E. Albert.
1995, BAAS, 27, #2, 860.

Ultraviolet Emission Line Ratios of Cataclysmic Variables
Y.P. Lee, C. W. Mauche, and T.R. Kallman.
1992, BAAS, 24, #4, 1138.

PUBLICATIONS

Distance Cluster Hunting: A Comparison between the Optical and X-Ray
Luminosity Functions from an Optical/X-Ray Joint Survey

M. Donahue, J. Mack, C. Scharf, Y.P. Lee, M. Postman, P. Rosati, M. Dickinson,
G. M. Voit, and J.T. Stoke.
The Astrophysical Journal, 2001, 552, L93-L96.

On the Distance to the High Velocity Cloud Complex L:
Ultraviolet Observations toward HD 135485

L. Danly, Y.P. Lee, C.E. Albert, G. Sonneborn.
Submitted to the Astrophysical Journal.

Ultraviolet Emission Line Ratios of Cataclysmic Variables
C.W. Mauche, Y.P. Lee, T.R. Kallman.
The Astrophysical Journal, 1997, 477, 832-847.

Modelling Emission Lines from Dwarf Novae in Quiescence
Y. Ko, Y.P. Lee, E.M. Schlegel, and T.R. Kallman.
The Astrophysical Journal, 1996, 457, 363-381.

Preparation and Superconductivity of Ba(1-x)K(x)BiO3 Single Crystal
W.D. Mosley, J.Z. Liu, A. Matsushita, Y.P.Lee, P. Klavins, and R.N. Shelton.
Journal of Crystal Growth 128 (1993) 804-807.


As LEAD-INVESTIGATOR & CO-INVESTIGATOR

A Study of the Gaseous Halo of the Andromeda Galaxy
Hubble Space Telescope Cycle 6 General Observer Proposal.

Searching for the High Velocity Cloud toward HD 135485
International Ultraviolet Explorer General Observer Proposal.

OBSERVATIONAL EXPERIENCE (ASTROPHYSICAL)


140-Foot Radio Telescope
National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Green Bank, West Virginia.

82-inch Telescope
McDonald Observatory, Fort Davis, Texas.

International Ultraviolet Explorer
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.

Hubble Space Telescope
Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.

ROSAT, ASCA - Data reduction and analysis.


TECHNICAL EXPERTISE

Programming Languages:

JAVA, BASIC, FORTRAN, PASCAL, C, C++, ASSEMBLY, LISP, PROLOG, UNIX shell scripts, PERL.

OS:

MacOS, MacOSX, UNIX, Linux, Window 95, Window ME, Window NT, Window 2000, VM.

WWW:

Java, HTML, JavaScript, Netscape FastTrack Server, various web page authoring software.

Applications:

IDL, IRAF, and various software packages.

Computer Engineering:

Architecture, DBMS, computer networks, artificial intelligence.

Developed numerous software packages for experiment automation and data analysis, and at present, developing web-based applications that integrate Java applets, HTML, SQL, databases, and CGI programs.

Computer Software Design
AC RESISTIVITY AND SUSCEPTIBILITY UNDER PRESSURE EXPERIMENTS
Novel Materials Laboratories, UC Davis

Developed software programs for AC Resistivity and Susceptibility under Pressure Measurements. The programs automate low temperature experiments on superconductivity through interfacing microcomputers with electronic systems.

EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

Speaker
Space Telescope Elementary School Outreach Program,
Office of Public Outreach, Space Telescope Science Institute,
Baltimore, Maryland.


LEADERSHIP

Project Manager Project CHEAP
Internal project, Research Support Branch, STScI, with
the objective to develop a CD-ROM and WWW-based
education program utilizing the internal HST Instrument
Training Exercise.

President
Astronomy Club, University of California at Davis.
January, 1991 to June 1992

Project Manager - Project CCD
Astronomy Club, University of California at Davis
Guiding project members in their individual or group projects.
CCD image processing.
September 1991 - June 1992



PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Astronomical Society (AAS).
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
ALPHA IOTA MU national society for Information Systems