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Center Director

Dept of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

JAY H. LEE

291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea 305-701,
Ph)+82-42-350-3926
Fax)+82-42-350-3910
Email) jayhlee@kaist.ac.kr
I. EARNED DEGREES
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Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, June, 1991.
B.S. in Chemical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude). University of Washington, Seattle, Washington June, 1986
II. EMPLOYMENT
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Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea. Professor and Head, Director of BKPlus Program, August 2010 - present.
Director of Saudi Aramco-KAIST CO2 Management Center, August 2013 - present.
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA.
Professor, August 2000 - 2010.
School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. Associate Professor, August 1998 - August 2000. Chemical Engineering Department, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
Associate Professor, September, 1995 - August, 1998.
Assistant Professor, January, 1991 - September, 1995.
Chemical Engineering Department, Seoul National University Visiting Associate Professor, September, 1997 - December, 1997 DuPont Central Science Engineering, Wilmington, Delaware.
Visiting Scientist, June - September, 1994
III. HONORS AND AWARDS
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AIChE CAST Division Computing in Chemical Engineering Award, 2013
AIChE Fellow, 2013
International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), Fellow, 2011
IEEE, Fellow, 2011
Korean Academy of Science and Technology, Full Elected Member, 2011.
SAIC Georgia Tech Student Paper Competition, 2009
ASMC 2006 ISMI Best Paper Award, 2006
NSF National Young Investigator Award, 1993.
IV. RESEARCH INTEREST
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Model Predictive Control
Approximate Dynamic Programming for Stochastic MDPs
System Identification
Production Scheduling / Supply Chain Management
Biomass Conversion / Biorefinery Process Modeling and Optimization
Photobioreactor Modeling and Control
Multi-Scale System Modeling and Simulation
V. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (recent only)


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Published or In Press [130+ articles, 3200+ ISI citations, H-index 27 as of August 2013]

Agrawal, R., J. H. Lee, and M. J. Realff, “On Defect Propagation in Multi-machine Stochastically Deteriorating Systems with Incomplete Information,” Journal of Process Control, available on-line, 2012.
Kim, J. K., M. J. Realff, J. H. Lee*, C. Whittaker, and L. Furtner, “Design of Biomass Processing Network for Biofuel Production using an MILP Model,” Biomass and Bioenergy, 35, pp. 853-871, 2011.
Hall, Melanie, Prabuddha Bansal, Matthew J. Realff, Jay H. Lee, Andreas S. Bommariu*, “Substrate-based Limitations in the Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulose: Crystallinity is a Key Determinant Conversion Rate Factor but Remains Constant over Hydrolysis,” the FEBS Journal, 277, pp. 1571-1582, 2010.
Pratikakis, N., M. J. Realff*, and J. H. Lee, “Strategic Capacity Decisions In Manufacturing Using Real-Time Adaptive Dynamic Programming,” Naval Research Logistics, 57(3), pp. 211-224, 2010.
Choi, J, M. J. Realff, and J. H. Lee, “Dynamic Programming in A Heuristically Confined State Space: A Stochastic Resource Constrained Project Scheduling Application,” Computers and Chem. Engr., 8, pp. 1039-1058,2004.
VI. SERVICE
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PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION
- Appointments
   · Approximate Dynamic Programming for Stochastic MDPs
   · System Identification
   · Production Scheduling / Supply Chain Management
   · Biomass Conversion / Biorefinery Process Modeling and Optimization
   · Photobioreactor Modeling and Control
   · Multi-Scale System Modeling and Simulation

- Conference Programming
   · 2013 IFAC ADCHEM: International Programming Committee Area Chair
   · 2012 Chemcal Process Control 8 (CPC8) Conference Programming Advisory Committee
   · 2011 ADCONIPS Conference: IEEE representative for the conference
   · 2011 ESCAPE Conference: Area Chair of IPC (Optimization and Control)
   · 2010 American Control Conference: Programming Committee
   · 2009 IFAC ADCHEM: International Programming Committee.
VII. SPONSORS / COLLABORATORS (PRESENT AND PAST)
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Company Sponsors: Owens Corning, Weyerhaeuser, LG Chem, Honeywell, Celanese, Aspen Tech, DuPont, ConocoPhillips, Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, GS Caltex
Federal Agencies: Korea National Research Foundation, US National Science Foundation, US Department of Energy, ACS-PRF
Researchers: Jim Rawlings (Wisconsin), Manfred Morari (ETH), Babatunde Ogunnaike (Delaware), G. Krishnagopalan (Auburn), Kwang Soon Lee (Sogang Univ., Korea), Sunwon Park (KAIST, Korea), Matthew Realff (GT), Andreas Bommarius (GT)