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Kang Lee is Leader of Sensor Development and Application Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Kang has thirty some years of experience in electronic instrumentation and measurements, sensor-based measurement and control, and smart sensor standards. As IEEE Fellow, Kang is quite active in serving the Instrumentation and Measurement Society. He serves as AdCom Member for the Society and the IEEE Sensors Council. He serves as Chair of Technical Committee TC-9 that sponsors the smart sensor standards IEEE 1451 and precision clock synchronization standards IEEE 1588. Kang has served as technical program chair of IMTC 2000 and conference chair and program chair of Sensors for Industry Conferences. Kang was profiled by EE Times’s Great Mind, Great Ideas project as one of 29 innovators in the world in 2006. His area of expertise is: IEEE 1451: Empowering the Smart Sensor Revolution.