David Lee is Vice President and Director of the Networking and Mobility Lab at HP Labs.
The lab's mission is to conduct fundamental research in networking and mobility and to create and transfer innovations and disruptive technologies to HP business units for commercialization. The current research focus of the lab includes: Software Defined Networking (SDN), Cloud network management, Seamless Mobile Connectivity (SMC), and Internet enabling technologies.
David Lee started his research career at Bell Labs after receiving a Ph.D. degree in computer science from Columbia University in 1986. As lab VP, he created and served as the founding Director of Bell Labs Research China. He joined HP Labs from The Ohio State University where he was Ohio Board of Regents Distinguished Professor.
Co-Editor in Chief, Networking Science (2009-present)
Senior Editor, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2003-2010)
Editor, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (1996-2003)
Associate Editor, Journal of Complexity (1989-2006)
Editor, I/S: a Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society (2004-present)
Executive Committee Chair, IEEE ICNP (2004-2009)
Steering Committee Chair, IEEE ICNP (2000-2009)
Co-Chair, NSF ICER Workshop (2005)
Steering Committee Chair, ACM Sigcomm Asia Workshop (2004-2005)
Member, ACM Sigcomm Technical Advisory Committee (2004-2005)
General Co-Chair, IEEE ICNP1996
Technical Program Committee Co-Chair, IEEE ICNP 1994, 2000
Technical Program Committee Co-Chair, ACM Sigcomm Asia Workshop 2005
Technical Program Committee Co-Chair, IEEE INFOCOM 2002
Counselor, NSF of China
Member, Hong Kong University External Review Board
Panel Member, Hong Kong RGC (Research Grants Council, the only government research funding agency of Hong Kong)
He has published over 100 technical papers under the following research categories: Network System Management, Information and Networking System Security, Data Networking and Internet Protocol Systems, Image Processing and Computer Vision, Approximation Theory and Numerical Methods, Theoretical Computer Science, and Circuit Design and Analysis.