Executive Director of SRIBD
PhD, Mathematics, Cornell University
MS, Computer Science, Cornell University
BS, Computer Science and Mathematics, University at Buffalo
Dr. Ping Lee received his dual undergraduate degree in mathematics and computer science from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1984, and a master's degree in computer science and a doctorate in mathematics from Cornell University in 1987 and 1990, respectively.
Dr. Ping Lee has 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and the information technology industry. He has extensive experience in operations management, strategy planning and implementation, and market development, and has a proven track record of driving business performance and value creation. Dr. Ping Lee has a keen sense of business and professional science background. He has served as the regional and global executive in many multinational companies, such as General Manager of Schlumberger Shenma Asia Pacific Financial Industry and Managing Director of Schlumberger Asia Pacific, President of French Atos Origin North Asia, Global Human Resources Director of Schlumberger Logging, Global Vice President and President of China Region of Schlumberger, President and General Manager of Exploration and Development of British Gas China, Chief Representative of Royal Dutch Shell BG China, and Senior Vice President of NextDecade Corporation of the United States. During this time, he has provided customers from energy, finance, telecommunications, government affairs, and other sectors with comprehensive industry and technology solutions covering geological research, oil and gas exploration and development, banking and telecommunications core systems, industrial manufacturing, control systems, and enterprise resource management businesses. As the only system integrator, he was also honored to lead the early construction project of the overall information system integration of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Dr. Ping Lee has 10 years of experience in scientific research. He worked as a research scientist, senior research scientist, and principal research scientist in Schlumberger Computer Science Laboratory and Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR), and has published more than 20 papers and obtained a US patent.