Benjamin C Lee
Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Benjamin Lee's research focuses on computer architecture and systems, energy efficiency, performance modeling, and algorithmic economics for resource management. He is also interested in policy for environmentally sustainable information technology infrastructure.

Lee held an NSF Computing Innovation Fellowship at Stanford University (2009). He also held visiting research positions at Microsoft Research (2008), Intel Corporation (2007), and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2006). He earned his B.S. from the University of California at Berkeley (2004) and his S.M., Ph.D. from Harvard University (2008).

Current Research Interests

Computer architecture and systems, energy efficiency, performance modeling, and algorithmic economics for resource management; policy for environmentally sustainable information technology infrastructure

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