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.

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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)