Efficient Sensor Networks for Smart Environments

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009 at 6:00 PM

TI Auditorium


Speaker: Huang Lee

Bio: Huang Lee is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. He holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Nation Taiwan University, and two master's degrees, one in Communication Engineering from National Taiwan University, and one in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
During 2000-2004, he was a research assistant in Communication System Lab at National Taiwan University, where his research includes multiuser communications, coded DS/CDMA systems, and multi-rate OFDM-CDMA systems. In 2004, he joined Stanford Wireless Sensor Networks Lab, where he is developing data collection and wakeup scheduling algorithms for multi-cluster wireless sensor networks, and vision-based localization and reasoning algorithms for smart camera networks. His current research interests focus on convex optimization and its applications in wireless sensor networks.
His industry experience includes affiliation with Groundhog Technologies as a consultant researcher in 2004, and with Bosch Research and Technology Center during 2005-2008, where he works on the energy-efficient algorithm design for wireless sensor networks.