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Sung-Ju Lee, Ph.D.
School of Computing 
KAIST
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu
Daejeon, Korea 34141

email: profsj AT kaist DOT ac DOT kr  

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Bio:

Sung-Ju Lee received his PhD in Computer Science from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2000. He spent 12.5 years at Hewlett-Packard Company as a Principal Research Scientist and Distinguished Mobility Architect. He was then a Principal Member of Technical Staff at the CTO Office of Narus, Inc (now part of Symantec). In 2015, he joined the faculty of the School of Computing at KAIST  where he is a KAIST Endowed Chair Professor and leads the Networking & Mobile Systems Lab. Dr. Lee has published over 100 technical papers in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. His papers are well-cited, with his publications receiving a total of over 10,000 citations according to Google Scholar. Two of his papers have each been cited more than 1,500 times and his h-index is 43. In addition, he has 45 granted US patents. He won the HP CEO Innovation Award in 2010 as part of the mega-scale wireless sensor networking team. This award recognizes the people behind the most innovative products that HP has brought to market and the winners are nominated by executives in HP businesses. He is also the winner of the test-of-time paper award at ACM WiNTECH 2016 and the best paper award at IEEE ICDCS 2015. He is a co-founder and steering committee member of IEEE SECON. He is an IEEE Fellow and an ACM Distinguished Scientist.

News (Last Updated: 2/23/2017)
  • I have been appointed as KAIST Endowed Chair Professor.
  • I won the Test-of-Time Paper Award at ACM WiNTECH 2016.
  • My first two HCI papers will be presented at ACM CSCW 2017.
  • My first paper with a KAIST student will be presented at ACM HotMobile 2016.
  • I'm on the TPC of ACM MobiCom 2016. Submit your best mobility papers there!
  • I am co-chairing the Future Internet Summit 2015 with Prof. Yung Yi.
  • The SMASH paper won the best paper award at IEEE ICDCS 2015!
  • I am co-chairing IEEE INFOCOM 2016. Please submit your best networking papers!
  • I am joining the faculty of Department of Computer Science at KAIST, starting in Spring 2015.
  • Our TMC paper on channel bonding was featured on IEEE Computer as part of "Spotlight on Transactions."
  • ACM MobiCom 2014 was a huge success! Thanks to all the organizers and attendees. 
  • Nazca (malicious binary download detection) paper published in IEEE NDSS 2014. Media coverage here, here and here.
  • I have joined the editorial board of IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing and IEEE Internet of Things Journal.
  • Joint rate and channel width adaptation paper was a best paper award candidate at IEEE SECON 2013 (top 4 of 280 submissions).
  • I am an IEEE Fellow, class of 2013.
  • Rodin (per packet spectrum sculptor) paper was a best paper award candidate at ACM MobiCom 2012 (top 3 of 212 submissions).
  • I am now an ACM Distinguished Scientist.
  • The CeNSE project that I have worked on, was one of the four winners of the HP CEO Innovation Award. This award recognizes the people behind the most innovative products that HP has brought to market and the winners are nominated by executives in HP businesses.
Research Interests

Computer networks, mobile networking and computing, wireless LANs, network security, cloud networking, IoT, mobile HCI.

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