Joanne Lee is developing and integrating hardware innovations for digital lithographic printing applications. Her interest is solving challenging problems that exist in complex electromechanical systems. Prior to PARC, she worked in startups and medium-size corporations, and as a research systems engineer at the Xerox Research Center (WRC) in Webster, NY. At WRC, she focused primarily on the development and integration of subsystems and systems-level of printing technologies for solid inkjet and xerographic production printers. Her accomplishments included delivering solid inkjet marking technologies and expanding market applications for the CiPress™ 325 / CiPress™ 500 platform. Joanne has 10 issued patents and several pending patent applications. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma (Green Belt). She earned a Masters degree in Systems Engineering from Cornell University and a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering with Minor in Technology and Management from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign under a full scholarship. When not occupied with responsibilities and duties, one can find her exploring new countries, immersing in the local cultures while sampling regional cuisines, and scuba-diving in exotic locations.