Huang Lee works as a senior research engineer at Bosch Research and Technology Center, Palo Alto, CA. His responsibilities include scouting/studying new technologies related to Bosch business and designing/developing prototypes. His expertise includes optimization techniques, wireless communications, and wireless sensor networks.
During his time at Bosch RTC, he developed efficient algorithms for graph coloring, topology formation, and wake-up scheduling in resource-constrained and computationally-limited multi-cluster wireless sensor networks and designed energy-efficient node supervision algorithms and collision-free scheduling algorithms for wireless sensor networks used in security and fire alarm systems.
Dr. Lee also worked at AT&T Labs, San Ramon, CA, where his projects involve analyzing, modeling, and optimizing AT&T UMTS/LTE networks. He led software tool development with multiple responsibilities including designing cellular network analysis/optimization algorithms; translating technical solutions into requirements; supervising software development; and communicating with programmers, vendors, customers, mobility network planning and operations teams. Before coming to US, Dr. Lee also worked as a consultant researcher at Groundhog Technologies, Taiwan in 2004.
Dr. Lee also has several years of working experience in academia. During 2004-2009, he worked at Stanford Wireless Sensor Networks Lab, where he designed near optimal energy-efficient data aggregation algorithms for multi-cluster wireless sensor networks and developed vision-based localization algorithms and vision-based applications for smart camera networks. During 2000-2004, he worked at Communication System Lab at National Taiwan University, where his research includes multiuser communications, coded DS/CDMA systems, and multi-rate OFDM-CDMA systems.
Dr. Lee has published 20+ technical papers and 5+ patents covering the following topics: transceiver design for wireless communications, localization and vision-based reasoning for camera sensor networks, and energy-efficient routing and scheduling protocol design via convex optimization techniques for wireless sensor networks.
Dr. Lee was a recipient of the Charity Service Award by Hua Nan Commercial Bank in 1998, the National Taiwan University Presidential Award in 1997 and 1998, and the National Taiwan University Fellowship from 2000-2001, Pan Wen-Yuan Scholarship Award in 2006, AT&T Labs President Excellence Award in 2010, and named Young Entrepreneurs of the Future by Epoch Foundation in 2003.
Dr. Lee received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He holds two master's degrees, one in Communication Engineering from National Taiwan University and one in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University.