About me:

I am a graduate student at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa pursuing a Master's degree in computer science.  I obtained my Bachelor's of Science in mathematics from the University of Washington with minors in both chemistry and physics.  I decided to switch to computer science because I wanted something more practical in which I could apply my problem solving skills.  I also enjoy following the latest trends in technology, whether its new video games, social networking, or the latest in Apple news (and rumors).

My interests include web development, mobile applications, and social computing.  During my time here at UH, I was fortunate enough to gain experience in these three fields.  I worked for a year doing development on Discourse, which is used by several departments to host content and discussions for classes taught at the university.  I also got the chance to do some mobile development on the iPhone.  I wrote an iPhone application called iGeoRSS (link opens in iTunes) and am currently working on an update to it.  Currently, my Master's thesis is a dorm energy competition that we hope to host in Fall 2010.  More information can be found on the projects page. 

Contact me at keoki.lee@gmail.com.