Hayan Lee is a 3rd year Ph.D. student(3.94/4.00) of Computer Science Deptment at Stony Brook University. Now she is working on quantitative biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and advised by Prof. Michael Schatz. She received her Master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Master thesis is published at 70th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. Her undergraduate degree with Cum Laude was received at Seoul National University, Korea.
Computationsl Biology, Cloud Computing, Operating System, Security, Virtualization, Wireless Sensor Network
Publications and Talks
and Michael C. Schatz ''Genome Mappability Score
'' in Talk, Quantitative Biiology Seminar
, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, September 2011.
- Paper Reviews
- Bioinformatics, Oxford Journals, 2011
- Libraray level virtualization using only graphic library beyond platforms with WINE at ECSL (Experimental Computer Systmes Lab)
- Multimodal Wireless Sensor Networks for Buildings as a part of iCast project at CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University. Collaborated with and sponsored by
ITRI, Tiwan. Advised by
Prof. Virgil Gligor.
- Patent applied and pendding (Lee-Chun Ko, Hayan Lee, Virgil Gligor)
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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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