Yann-Hang Lee

Lee_Yann_Hang_6296wProfessor Yann-Hang Lee joined ASU in 2000. Before then he was a professor at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Lee’s research interests have centered on real-time embedded systems over the past few years. These systems have been a focus of growing interest in science and engineering disciplines. They have emerged as intelligent controllers in many large-scale infrastructure networks and coordinated subsystems on which our society and daily lives depend. Lee’s research explores scientific principles and technology to renew the development approaches for real-time embedded systems of a broad range of applications, including effective analysis, design and implementation methods to meet system requirements and application characteristics.

yhlee@asu.edu
480-727-7507
Centerpoint 202-23
http://rts-lab.eas.asu.edu

Education

Ph.D., Computer and Information Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1985
M.S., Electrical, Computer, System Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1982
B.S., Engineering Science, National Cheng Kung University, 1973

Research interests

Real-time computing, embedded system and software, fault-tolerant computing, distributed computing, and service-oriented computing

Honors and awards

  • Best Paper Award ISEQED 2008
  • Outstanding Paper Award MIXDES 2001

Key activities

  • Keynote – SNPD(07) and CAINE(06)
  • Co-Chair –ICESS(07)
  • Advisory and Publicity Committee – ISORC(06)
  • Steering Committee – SEUS(06)
  • PC – WESE(06, 07, 08), SCC(06), IWEC(06), ESO(06), IWSSPS(06), SOCA(07), ICOIN(07), SEC(07), SAC(06)