Team
Directors



David D. Lee, Ph.D - President and Chief Executive Officer David D. Lee, founder of the Company, has over 20 years of engineering, marketing, sales, and corporate management experience in the areas of military and consumer communication systems, automotive electronics, software development and consulting. He has held senior management positions in numerous technology companies over the course of his career including Chief Operating Officer for Applied Reasoning, Inc., an Internet software development company; Vice President and General Manager of RF-Link Technology, Inc., a wireless technology company; Program Manager at TRW Transportation Electronics, and Systems Engineer at TRW Space and Defense. Dr. Lee holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Stanley B. Levy, Ph.D - Chief Technology Officer Stanley B. Levy has over 40 years of engineering and technical experience in the areas of plastics and film development. Dr. Levy spent 27 years at DuPont working on many of their premiere films, including Teflon, Mylar and Kapton. He holds 12 patents, his work has been published in numerous technical publications and he has received several awards for technical excellence. Prior to joining BioSolar, Dr. Levy was a consultant on module packaging for photovoltaic manufacturing companies including Global Solar, MiaSole, and Solar Integrated Technologies. In addition, he is a member of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Thin Film PV Module Reliability Team. Dr. Levy holds a Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.

Charles E. Carraher, Jr., Ph.D - Scientific Advisor Charles E. Carraher, Jr. is a renowned scientist in the field of chemistry and materials. Dr. Carraher is currently Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and Associate Director of the Florida Center for Environmental Studies . Dr. Carraher was previously Dean of the College of Science at FAU, Chair of the Science Division at the University of South Dakota, and Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Wright State University. He has received numerous awards and recognitions including being named a Fellow in the American Institute of Chemists, in the first class of being named a Fellow for the ACS-PMSE, and in 1992 given the Florida Award that recognizes the outstanding chemist in southeast US. Dr. Carraher's research has led to the creation of over 70 new families of polymers as well as new methods for their synthesis and characterization. His primary areas of research related to BioSolar business include high strength materials, geo-membranes, identification of materials, biomedical and bioactive materials, conductive and semiconductive polymers, thermally stable materials and high temperature superconductors. He is the inventor and holder of a number of basic patents including the initial chemical synthesis of nucleic acids. Over the course of his distinguished career, Dr. Carraher has published over 50 books and 900 articles, chaired numerous national and international committees, served as science advisor to Senator McGovern, and helped shape the American education system from K-12 to post-graduate education in the field chemistry and materials. Dr. Carraher holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Sung-Jin Cho, Ph.D. - Technology Advisor Dr. Sung-Jin Cho is an Assistant Professor of Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University where he has also served as Director of Nano Energy Laboratory since August 2014. Prior to this current position, Dr. Cho was a technical lead at Johnson Controls Inc., Battery Technology Center, Milwaukee, WI, from 2008 to 2014. He led the USABC (United State Advanced Battery Consortium) program to design and evaluate battery material and lithium-ion cell engineering for automotive application for over six years. Prior to pursuing his Ph.D in the US, Dr. Cho had worked on Lithium-ion battery technology development in Korea since 1998 and held a number of positions at LG.

Dr. Cho earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University in 2009, studying the subject of Electronic Material under the supervision of Dr. Martin Seitz. Dr. Cho's research focuses on nanostructured and multifunctional materials with an emphasis on practical applications for energy storage devices. His research encompasses fundamental materials studies such as catastrophic failure mechanism study, synthesis and physical characterization, as well as device and system design and fabrication. Dr. Cho has received a number of research innovation awards from Johnson Controls Inc.; the best poster award from Nanomanufacturing Conference 2015; published numerous peer-reviewed papers; and delivered over 20 presentations at domestic and international conferences.