Associate Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Computer Science

Computer Architecture
Computer Science and Economics
Duke Energy Initiative



Biographical Sketch

Benjamin Lee is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University. His research focuses on computer architecture and systems, energy efficiency, performance modeling, and algorithmic economics for resource management.

Dr. Lee received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley, his S.M. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Harvard University, and his post-doctorate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. He has held visiting research positions at Microsoft Research, Intel Corporation, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.



Honors & Awards

2018 Duke Celebrating Mentors Honoree
2018 CACM Research Highlight
2018 HPCA Best Paper Award
2018 HPCA Hall of Fame
2018 ISPASS Best Paper Nominee
2017 Duke ECE Outstanding PhD Dissertation
2016 ASPLOS Best Paper Award
2016 IEEE Micro Top Picks, Honorable Mentions
2014 IEEE Micro Top Picks
2013 Duke Nortel Networks Professorship
2012 NSF CAREER Award
2011 Google Faculty Research Award.
2011 CACM Research Highlight
2010 CACM Research Highlight
2009 IEEE Micro Top Picks
2009 NSF Computing Innovation Fellowship
2008 MICRO Best Paper Nomination
2008 Harvard Nominee, ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award
2008 Invited Participant, St. Gallen Symposium
2007 Invited Participant, St. Gallen Symposium
2006 SC Student Research Competition Winner
2004 Harvard Engineering & Applied Sciences Fellowship
2004 ICPP Best Paper
2002 SC Best Student Paper Finalist
2000 National Merit Scholarship


Service

Member
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Association for Computing Machinery
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Recent Program Committees
ISCA 2018
Top Picks 2018
HPCA 2018
MICRO 2017

Recent University Service
University Academic Programs Committee, 2017-20
President's Council on Black Affairs, 2016-19
University Judicial Board, 2016-18
Departmental Committee on Targets of Opportunity, 2017-.