JUNESEOK LEE, Ph.D., P.E.
- Assistant Professor
- San José State University
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Dr. Lee has been an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at San José State University (SJSU) since fall of 2008. His educational qualifications include a B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Korea University, Seoul, South Korea and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Dr. Lee's overall research interests can be elaborated at macro- and micro-levels of the Water Distribution Systems. Macro indicates decision analysis from the Operations Research/Management Science field and micro includes the various hydraulic & physical phenomena inside the drinking water infrastructures. Currently, he is working on the sustainability issues of water, energy, and infrastructures which indeed are the fundamental needs for us and our later generation. Specific approaches are by enhancing and combining both macro and micro-level evaluations knowing that macro will be strengthened by micro and vice versa.
2008 – Ph.D., Virginia Tech (Civil Engineering)
2005 – M.S., Virginia Tech (Civil Engineering)
Water Demand Analysis due to Water Meter Installation in California
Integrating Sustainability into Lower Division Core Engineering Courses
Life Cycle Assessment of Piping Material (Research Support Gift)
Positions & Honors
2011 – ExCEEd fellowship, ASCE
2008 – Member of ASCE, ASCE
Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees
Chaudhry, A – CSU Chico
Dallman, S – CSU Long Beach
Longville, S – Water Resources Institute, CSU San Bernardino