Benjamin Lee, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Ben LeeBenjamin Lee’s research focuses on scalable technologies, power-efficient architectures, and high-performance applications. He is also interested in the economics and public policy of computation. He has held visiting research positions at Microsoft Research, Intel Labs, and Lawrence Livermore National Lab. Lee received his B.S. at the University of California at Berkeley, S.M./Ph.D. at Harvard University, and post-doctorate at Stanford University. His research has been honored as a Top Pick by IEEE Micro Magazine (2010), twice as a Research Highlight by Communications of the ACM (2010, 2011), and by an NSF Computing Innovation Fellowship (2009-10). To learn more about Ben, visit his webpage.