Insup Lee Named ACM Fellow
Insup Lee, Cecilia Fitler Moore Professor in the Departments of Computer and Information Science and Electrical Systems and Engineering, has been appointed fellow status by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for, “theoretical and practical contributions to compositional real-time scheduling and runtime verification.”
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Dr. Lee’s research interests are in real-time, embedded, and cyber physical systems, which increasingly affect our daily lives. His research goals are to ensure and improve the correctness, safety, timeliness, trustworthiness, security ,and compositionality of these systems. Dr. Lee has been developing techniques and tools for compositional real-time scheduling, model-based development, quantitative trust management, and run-time verification. He has also been transitioning his research results into practice by applying them to the Internet of Medical Things.
To learn more about Dr. Lee visit his faculty research profile.