- BEng, Technical University of Nova Scotia (1985)
- MASc, Technical University of Nova Scotia (1986)
- PhD, University of British Columbia (1990)
- Long-term stability of polymers and their composites due to thermo-mechanical loading, moisture absorption and physical aging
- Adhesive bonding of dissimilar structural materials e.g. composites-to-metals and composites-to-composites
- Micro-engineering measurement of mechanical property data deviation from bulk values as dimensions are reduced
- ME 230 Control of Properties of Materials
- MTE 219 Mechanics of Deformable Solids (Mechatronics program)
- ME 219 Mechanics of Deformable Solids I
- Rogalsky, A., Kwon, H.J., Lee-Sullivan, P., The Rheological Injectability of N-succinyl-chitosan Solutions, Carbohydrate Polymers, Oct 2016, 151, 1082-1090.
- Rivers, G., Marzbanrad, E., Hook, M.D., Lee-Sullivan, P., Zhou, Y.N., Zhao, B., Highly-stable silver nanobelts joined via diffusion-free attachment, Nanotechnology, June 2016, 27, 29.
- Marzbanrad, E., Rivers, G., Rogalsky, A., Lee-Sullivan, P., Zhao, B., Zhou, N.Y., Highly repeatable kinetically-independent synthesis of one- and two-dimensional silver nanostructures by oriented attachment, RSC Advances, 2016,6, 61641-61649, DOI: 10.1039/C6RA08031F.
- Rivers, G., Rogalsky, A., Lee-Sullivan, P. and Zhao, B., Thermal analysis of epoxy-base nanocomposites. Have solvent effects been overlooked?, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2015, 119, 2.
- Haghighi-Yazdi and Lee Sullivan, P., Modeling of structural mechanics, moisture diffusion, and heat conduction coupled with physical aging in thin plastic plates, Acta Mechanica, Vol 225(3), 2014, 929-950.
Haghighi-Yazdi, M. and Lee-Sullivan, P., FTIR analysis of a polycarbonate blend after hygrothermal aging, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, published online August 2014.
Paryab, N., Cronin, D.S., and Lee-Sullivan, P., Finite element methods to analyze helical stent expansion, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 30(3), 2014, 339-352.