Teh-Hong Lee received his BSEE from the National Taiwan University in 1980, his MSEE in 1984 and his Ph.D. in 1987, both graduate degrees from OSU.
Dr. Lee's major research is in the antenna analysis and design. He has done a lot of work in the reflector antenna area. He has been heavily involved in the development of the widely used OSU Reflector Antenna Code, also known as the NEC Reflector Antenna Code. He has done considerable work on antenna and scattering measurements in the compact range facility. In addition, he has also been involved in compact range design and evaluation. He has been working on the area of evaluation of antenna pattern performance in the presence of complex structures, such as ship and spacecraft. Other areas of his recent research activities include the design of ultra-wide band Slotline/Bowtie Hybrid (SBH) antennas and different GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) antennas, and using different techniques to control reflector aperture distribution for low sidelobe applications.