Wonjun Lee

Wonjun Lee () is a professor of Department of Cyber Defense, School of Cybersecurity at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. His research interests include communication and network protocols, wireless communication and networking optimization techniques, security and privacy in mobile computing, and RF-powered computing and networking. He has authored 15 international patents, over 250 papers in refereed international journals and conferences, and a book “Optimal Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks,” Springer, 2020 (with. Prof. D.-Z. Du).

Lee has served on program and organization committees of numerous leading wireless and networking conferences, including IEEE INFOCOM from 2008 to 2023, PC Track Chair of IEEE ICDCS 2019, Workshop Chair of IEEE ICDCS 2023, ACM MobiHoc from 2008 to 2009, and over 148 international conferences. He is also currently serving as a Division Editor of Wireless Communications Division of IEEE/KICS ''Journal of Communications and Networks'' (JCN), an editor of Elsevier ''High-Confidence Computing Journal'' (HCC), and Publication Board Chair of the Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers (KIISE) ''Journal of Computing Science and Engineering'' (JSCE).

Lee has received numerous awards, including IEEE Chester W. Sall Memorial Award (2018), KIISE Gaheon Research Award (2011), LG Yonam Foundation Overseas Faculty Member Award (2007), Best Teaching Award (2005, 2009, 2021) from Korea University, and the Best Paper Awards from IEEE ICOIN 2002, ICOIN 2008, and IEEE SocialCom 2016. In 2019, his project "BackPlugged: Wearable-optimized Ultra Low-Power Wi-Fi Networking with Plugged-in Backscatter Radio" was selected for 100 Outstanding National R&D Achievements by the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) in the Republic of Korea. He was a recipient of the Korean Government Overseas Scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the Republic of Korea between 1993 and 1996.

In 2022, he became the 2022 President-Elect (2023 President) of KIISE. He is a Fellow of the IEEE in 2021 for contributions to multiple access and resource allocation in wireless networks, a Fellow of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology (KAST) in 2022, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAEK) in 2020. Provided by Wikipedia

by Wu, Weili, Zhang, Zhao, Lee, Wonjun, Du, Ding-Zhu
Published 2020
Springer International Publishing