Principal Investigator

Benjamin C. Lee

Ph.D., Harvard University
210 Hudson Hall, Duke University
benjamin.c.lee@duke.edu



Doctoral Researchers

Ziqiang Huang

M.S., Duke University
ziqiang.huang@duke.edu

Yuhao Li

B.S., University of Michigan
yuhao.li@duke.edu

Atefeh Mehrabi

B.S., University of Tehran
atefeh.mehrabi@duke.edu

Bryan Prosser

B.S./M.S., Wake Forest University
bryan.prosser@duke.edu

Tamara Silbergleit

M.S., Duke University
tamara.silbergleit@duke.edu

Seyed Majid Zahedi

M.S., University of Tehran
zahedi@cs.duke.edu

Pengfei Zheng

M.S., Xian Jiaotong University
pengfei.zheng@duke.edu



Undergraduate Researchers

Aninda Manocha

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering
aninda.manocha@duke.edu

Hunter Lee

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering
hee.boung.lee@duke.edu

Dan Sun

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering
dan.sun@duke.edu

Frederick Xu

B.S., Computer Science
frederick.xu@duke.edu







Prospective Members

The next phase of your career will be shaped by your energy and vision. Your area of technical concentration is less important to us than your potential. We seek evidence of high achievement in prior work. We encourage applications from those with an interest in computer engineering and have demonstrated strong academic performance as well as professional drive.

Preparation. Identifying a mutual fit is essential. Survey our prior research to identify areas of shared interest. Our publications highlight prior research and also illustrate the style of future research.

Growth. We provide researchers with the experience necessary for professional growth and career advancement. Researchers will work closely with faculty, developing research directions and executing projects. Moreover, researchers will build their networks through conference travel, industrial internships, and inter-disciplinary collaborations.



Opportunities

The group seeks talented and driven researchers in the broadly defined area of computer engineering. Opportunities are available at undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctorate levels.

Post-doctorate. A postdoctoral research position is available in the broadly defined area of computer engineering. Term of appointment is one year with possibility for re-appointment subject to performance and funding. Strong candidates will hold a PhD in a relevant discipline and evidence of high achievement in prior work. A strong research track record is required.

Applications should include a curriculum vitae (CV), copies of relevant publications, a brief research statement (two-page max), as well as contact information for three references. Please email applications to Prof. Lee. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Graduate. Graduate research positions are available in the broadly defined area of computer engineering. Strong candidates will possess a strong technical background and evidence of high achievement in prior work. Prior research experience is beneficial. Interested candidates should apply, via the Duke Graduate School, to the Ph.D. program in either Electrical and Computer Engineering or Computer Science. If already a Duke student, please email curriculum vitae (CV) and short description of interests to Prof. Lee.

Undergraduate. Undergraduate research positions are available in the broadly defined area of computer engineering. Please email curriculum vitae (CV) and short description of interests to Prof. Lee. Interested candidates should also consider the Pratt Research Fellows Program.







Doctoral Alumni

Qiuyun Llull

Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2017
to VMware

Songchun Fan

Ph.D., Computer Science, 2016
to Google

Marisabel Guevara

Ph.D., Computer Science, 2014
to Oracle

Krishna Malladi

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, 2013
from Stanford University
to Samsung Research



Masters Alumni

Zhiyu Zhang

M.S., Computer Science, 2017
to Google

Henri Maxime Demoulin

M.S., Computer Science, 2016
to U. of Pennsylvania

Weidan Wu

M.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2015
to Google

Yifan Zhang

M.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2014
to Cisco

Xin Zhou

M.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2014



Undergraduate Alumni

Michael Ansel

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2011
to NetApp

Emily Bragg

REU, National Science Foundation, 2012
from Georgia Institute of Technology
to University of Texas, Austin

William Chang

B.S., Computer Science, 2016

Lance Co Ting Keh

B.S.E. Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2015
to Box

John Cuffney

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2013
to Google

Kevin Delgado

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering

Matthew Faw

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2017

Tae Jun Ham

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2011
to Princeton University

Stephen Hughes

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2016

Justine Kim

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2011
to Seoul National University

Paul Kim

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2011
to Northwestern University

Cody Li

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Casey Mackin

REU, National Science Foundation, 2012
to UC Berkeley

Zachary Michaelov

B.S.E, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2014
to TellApart

Stephanie Morris

REU, National Science Foundation, 2013
from University of Alabama

Rahul Swaminathan

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2016

Nazia Tabassum

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2014
to University of Virginia

Sam Xi

B.S.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2013
to Harvard University

Abhimanyu Yadav

B.Tech, Computer Science and Engineering
from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
to Columbia University

Brian Zhou

B.S.E., Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2018