Jaewoo Lee is a post-doctoral researcher (advisor: Prof. Chang-gun Lee) in Seoul National University (Korea). He received Ph.D (advisor: Prof. Insup Lee, co-advisor: Prof. Linh T.X. Phan) in Computer and Information Science from University of Pennsylvania (U.S.A.).  His research interests are embedded real-time systems, cyber-physical systems, and mixed-criticality systems. He was a former programmer and maintainer of RT-Xen (real time virtualization) and CARTS-Tool  (a Tool  of  Compositional Analysis of Real Time Systems)


[2017.9] Jaewoo Lee is moved to Seoul National Univerisity as a post-doctoral researcher.
[2017.7] A paper titled "MC-ADAPT: Adaptive Task Dropping in Mixed-Criticality Scheduling" is accepted on the 2017 ACM international conference on embedded software (EMSOFT 2017).
[2017.7] Jaewoo Lee is invited the Program Committee of the 4th International Workshop on Mixed Criticality Systems (WMC 2017) in conjunction with the 2017 Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2017). Link 
[2017.4] Jaewoo Lee defended his thesis on "Resource Efficient Scheduling of Multiprocessor Mixed-Criticality Real-Time Systems".
[2016.5] Jaewoo Lee is invited to Dagstuhl Seminar 17131 "Mixed-Criticality on Multicore /Manycore Platforms" ( March 25-31, 2017 at Germany).
[2016.1] A poster titled "Real-Time Scheduling on Cyber-Physical Systems" was presented in Winter Conference on Computer System Research, Yongpyong, Korea.