Eric Lee Professor

Eric Lee Professor
李克強 教授
phone:(02)2362-2530 or (02)3366-3032
office:Dept.of Chemical Engineering 207
Lab Info
Polymeric Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Dept.of Chemical Engineering 225
  • Education Background

B.S.Ch.E. National Taiwan University, 1979
Ph.D.Ch.E.University of Washington, 1986

  • Research Topic

Polymeric Fluid Mechanics & Electrokinetics of Colloidal Particle
Investigating the fluid motion of liquid phase systems containing polymers, such as polymer solutions, polymer melts, and other non-Newtonian fluids. Also Investigating the general electrokinetic behavior of colloidal particles of sub-micron or nano-scale dimensions in either dilute or concentrated suspensions, focusing on the electrophoretic motion above all. The impact of air-water interface as well as particle migrations in gel or porous media has been of particular interest in recent years.

  • Recent Research Topic

1.微奈米通道中非硬性膠體粒子之電泳現象研究 (2/3) Eric Lee, 國科會專題計畫,NSC 97-2221-E-002-077-MY3 NT$ 1,091,000, 8/1/2008-7/31/2009

2.膠體粒子垂直於導電平板的凝膠電滲透現象 (1/1) Eric Lee, 國科會專題計畫,NSC 98-2221-E-002-075- NT$ 970,000, 8/1/2009- 7/31/2010

3.具有表面調節現象的密集高分子液滴之電泳與沉降行為 (3/3) Eric Lee, 國科會專題計畫,NSC 96-2221-E-002-080- NT$ 906, 000, 8/1/2007-7/31/2008

  • Honor

1. 國立臺灣大學傅斯年獎 (2005)

2. 指導大專生參與專題研究計畫研究創作獎 ,羅仕瀚 (2003)

3. 指導大專生參與專題研究計畫研究創作獎 ,蔡豐安 (2006)

  1. Fang, W. & Lee, E., “Diffusiophoretic motion of an isolated charged porous sphere.” Journal of colloid and interface science 459, 273-283, (2015).
  2. Liao, C., Lee, Y. F., Tsai, S. C., Fang, W. & Lee, E., “Electrophoretic motion of a liquid droplet and a bubble normal to an air–water interface.” Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 507, 124-133 (2016).
  3. Lee, Y. F., Huang, Y. F., Tsai, S. C., Lai, H. Y. & Lee, E., “Electrophoretic and Electroosmotic Motion of a Charged Spherical Particle within a Cylindrical Pore Filled with Debye-Bueche-Brinkman Polymeric Solution.” Langmuir 32, 13106-13115 (2016).
  4. Tsai, S.-C.; Lee, E., “Diffusiophoresis of a Highly Charged Porous Particle Induced by Diffusion Potential.” Langmuir 35, 3143-3155 (2019).