AT&T Labs - Research
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Seungjoon Lee
 
Principal Member of Technical Staff
Network Evolution Research Department
AT&T Labs, Research
 
1 AT&T Way
Bedminster, NJ 07921 USA
 
Email:   slee[AT]research.att.com
Web:   http://www.research.att.com/~slee
 
Phone: +1 908 901 2151


I joined AT&T Labs, Research in September 2006 after finishing my Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of Maryland in August 2006. I received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science from Seoul National University in 1996 and 2000. I am broadly interested in computer networks, cloud computing, large-scale systems, wireless networks, and mobile computing. Here are my publication list (updated March 2014) and curriculum vitae (updated January 2014).

The following is a list of specific areas that I have recently worked on.
  • Content Delivery
    A large fraction of today's Internet traffic is due to dissemination of various contents (e.g., videos). I have worked on a wide range of aspects in content delivery systems such as optimal content placement, efficient request routing, and efficient peer-to-peer media streaming.
    Selected papers:
  • Core Networks
    I have worked on topology and service path inference for wireless cellular services running on overlays of multiple wide-area networks. The work has become the foundation of a tool used by various cellular service operations groups in AT&T to identify relevant paths for service issue troubleshooting. I am also working on how to utilize SDN (software defined networking) approaches in wide-area network services.
    Selected papers:
  • Cloud Computing
    My research focus in this area has been on how to coordinate cloud and network infrastructure to enable efficient network-based services. I also have worked on designing VM allocation schemes, so that cloud service providers can efficiently allocate incoming VM requests to physical machines.
    Selected papers:

  • Wireless Networks
    My work in this area spans from wireless link layer to wireless routing. I have performed a detailed study of bit errors in the IEEE 802.11 link layer and proposed an efficient error recovery scheme based on the findings. I also have proposed efficient routing schemes and virtual routing backbone construction schemes in multi-hop settings.
    Selected papers:
 
Conference Technical Program Committee Member
  • IEEE Infocom 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • International Teletraffic Congress (ITC) 2013
  • IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) 2012
  • IFIP Networking 2012
  • IEEE LANMAN Workshop 2010, 2011
  • IEEE SECON (Conference on Sensor, Mesh, and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks) 2008
Patents
  • Anycast Transport Protocol for Content Distribution Networks
    U.S. Patent #8,560,597 issued 10/15/2013
    Oliver Spatscheck, Seungjoon Lee, Michael Rabinovich, Jacobus Van der Merwe

  • Methods And Apparatus To Configure Virtual Private Mobile Networks
    U.S. Patent #8,509,169 issued 08/13/2013
    Jacobus Van Der Merwe, Deepak K. Chawla, Gustavo de los Reyes, Seungjoon Lee

  • Mitigating low-rate denial-of-service attacks in packet-switched networks
    U.S. Patent #8,443,444 issued 05/14/2013
    Jia Wang, Chia-Wei Chang, Seungjoon Lee, Bill Lin

  • Multi-path Load Balancing Using Route Controller
    U.S. Patent #8,175,006 issued 05/08/2012
    Seungjoon Lee, Jacobus Van Der Merwe

  • Method For Encoding Frame Data
    U.S. Patent #7,940,850 issued 05/10/2011
    Lusheng Ji, Samrat Bhattacharjee, Bo Han, Seungjoon Lee, Robert R. Miller

  • Broadcast Latency Optimization In Multihop Wireless Networks
    U.S. Patent #7,903,653 issued 03/08/2011
    Seungjoon Lee, Rajiv Gandhi, Yoo-ah Kim

  • Method And Apparatus For Scheduling Data Packet Transmission Over A Multihop Wireless Backhaul Network
    U.S. Patent #7,366,178 issued 04/29/2008
    Seungjoon Lee, Girija Narlikar, Gordon Wilfong, Lisa Zhang