Benjamin C. Lee

Benjamin C. Lee

Computer and Information Science (CIS)
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)


Honors and Awards:  ACM Distinguished Scientist – 2019, IEEE Senior Member – 2019, Hall of Fame, Int’l Symp. High-Perf. Computer Architecture (HPCA) – 2018, HPCA Best Paper Award – 2018, ASPLOS Best Paper Award – 2016, Communications of the ACM Research Highlight – 2019; 2011; 2010, IEEE Micro Top Picks – 2016; 2014; 2009, National Science Foundation CAREER Award – 2012

Research Expertise: Computer architecture and systems | Statistical machine learning | Algorithmic economics

Benjamin Lee is a Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering and of Computer and Information Science. His research focuses on computer architecture, energy efficiency, and security with interdisciplinary links to statistical learning and algorithmic economics. His research has been recognized by IEEE Micro Top Picks (4x), Communications of the ACM Research Highlights (3x), as well as paper honors from the ASPLOS, HPCA, MICRO, and SC conferences. Dr. Lee received the NSF Computing Innovation Fellowship, NSF CAREER Award, and Google Faculty Research Award. He is an ACM Distinguished Scientist and IEEE Senior Member. Dr. Lee was an Assistant and then Associate Professor at Duke University. He received his post-doctorate in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and has held visiting positions at Microsoft Research, Intel Labs, and Lawrence Livermore National Lab.

Ph.D. Computer Science 2008 – Harvard University
S.M. Computer Science 2006 – Harvard University
B.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 2004 – University of California at Berkeley

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