Dr. Fred C. Lee, who has served as the director of Delta Electronics Laboratories in the United States and Shanghai for a long time, has made outstanding contributions to the field of high-frequency power conversion and power electronics systems. Recently, he was selected as one of the Best Electronics and Electrical Engineering Scientists by the international academic institution Research.com. He is ranked 18th globally among scholars and 9th among American scholars, which is a remarkable achievement. Dr. Lee has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering in the U.S., a member of the Academia Sinica of Taiwan, and a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Research.com ranked him based on the number of times his articles were cited, which indicates the degree of influence on academic research. Dr. Li's recognition is well-deserved.
Dr. Fred C. Lee was recently honored as one of the Best Electronics and Electrical Engineering Scientists by Research.com.
Our founder, Mr. Bruce Cheng, has known Dr. Fred C. Lee for many years, and they often share their experience in the field of power electronics with each other. In 1989, Dr. Lee was invited by Mr. Bruce Cheng to lead Delta's power electronics laboratories in the United States and Shanghai, which have become Delta's most important innovation technology bases. In addition, Dr. Lee has actively promoted academic exchanges and technological cooperation between the electrical engineering communities on both sides of the Taiwan Strait and internationally. In 2000, he participated in the initiation and establishment of the Delta Power Electronics Technology Development Project and the China Delta Scholars Program, which has effectively promoted innovative research and talent cultivation in power electronics at universities in China.
Our founder, Mr. Bruce Cheng (right) and Dr. Fred C. Lee (left) have known each other for many years and exchange ideas in the field of power electronics.
At the end of 2022, Delta launched a 400kW ultra-high-speed electric vehicle charging device in Detroit, U.S.A. The device was developed using a Solid State Transformer (SST) carrying the third-generation semiconductor SiC MOSFET. Virginia Tech's Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES), led by Dr. Fred C. Lee, has been instrumental in this R&D program. Dr. Lee was also present at the unveiling to share his vision of the ultra-fast charging solution and the development and impact that the revolutionary SST technology will bring.
Dr. Lee continues to focus on the development of Delta's innovative technology. Please look forward to our next issue of the brand's bimonthly magazine, featuring an in-depth interview with Dr. Lee. He will be sharing his insights on future trends in power electronics, as well as Delta's opportunities and challenges.
Group photo of all the partners that participated in the 400kW Fast Charging project with Delta U.S. operations team and Dr. Fred C. Lee (fourth from the left), head of Virginia Tech CPES, in front of the charging equipment.