Academic Profile

Bu Sung Lee received his B.Sc. (Hons) and PhD from the Electrical and Electronics Department, Loughborough University of Technology, UK in 1982 and 1987 respectively. He has held various senior administrative positions(Head of Division, Associate Chair for Research) in the School of Computing Engineering, Nanyang Technological University over the period from 2003-2010. He is currently an Associate Professor with the School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang technological University. He is currently involved in the Joint NTU-UBC Research Center of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (LILY) as its Silver Cloud Programme Director. The later deals with developing deploying services to extend the active living of elderly community. In addition, to the academic activities he also holds a Joint appointment as Director, Service Platform Lab, HP Labs. Singapore since July 2010 – June 2012. He currently holds a position as Director, International Networks at National SuperComputing Center, Singapore.

He has been actively involved with the Asia-Pacific research and education network since the formation of Singapore Advance Research and Education Network(SingAREN). He is the founding president of SingAREN society, 2003-2007, and is currently the President of SingAREN(2011-2015). Since 2004, he is a member of the technical management team of Trans-Eurasia Information Network (TEIN-2); the first large scale is the first large-scale research and education network for the Asia-Pacific. It connects ten countries in the region, and provides direct connectivity to Europe’s GÉANT2 network. His involvements continue into the new phase of the project TEIN-3 and TEIN-4. He was elected the founding Chair of the governors of the Trans-Eurasia Information Network Cooperation Center(TEIN*CC), in May 2012, which manages the TEIN-4 project.

Bu-Sung Lee has published over 300 peer preview conference papers, and 100 journal papers. His research areas cover both Grid/Cloud Computing and network. Lately he has carried out research in the area of application of Data Analytics and Big Data. He has received a number of research grants. He is the co-author of a number of papers that has won Best Paper awards and demonstration award. He has given numerous Invited/Keynote address in conferences and played an active role in the academic community in organizing conferences.

Bu-Sung Lee, has been awarded numerous grants over the years. In early 2014, he successfully completed the A*STAR thematic grants “User and Domain Driven Data Analytics as a Service framework”. The project developed a data analytics platform using Cloud resources and applied it to energy efficiency in building.
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Assoc Prof Lee Bu Sung
Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering

Grid/Cloud Computing especially in the area of scheduling and scalability in data intensive application. Computer Network especially in the area of SDN, wireless ad hoc network, Quality of service.

Research Awards:

Chonho Lee, Liu Yi, Li-Hau Tan, Weihan Goh, Bu-Sung Lee, Chai-Kiat Yeo, “A wavelet entropy-based change point detection on Network traffic”, 1st International workshop on Enterprise Security 2014. Held in conjunction with IEEE Cloudcom 2014. Singapore(3rd Prize in Best Paper award).

Shanjiang Tang, Bu-Sung Lee, Bingsheng He “DynamicMR: A Dynamic Slot Allocation Optimization Framework for MapReduce Clusters” . IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing. 2014

Abhishek Gupta, Laxmikant Kale, Filippo Gioachin, Verdi March, Chun Hui Suen, Bu-Sung Lee, Paolo Faraboschi, Richard Kaufmann and Dejan Milojicic, “The Who, What, Why and How of High Performance Computing in the Cloud”, 5th International conference on IEEE Cloud Computing Technology and Science, Dec 2013, Bristol, UK.(Best Paper Award)

Henry Kasim, Terence Hung, Erika Fille Tupas Legara, Kee Khoon Lee, Xiaorong Li, Bu-Sung Lee, Vicknesh Selvam, Sifei Lu, Long Wang, Christopher Monterola, and Vasundhara Jayaraman, “Scalable Complex System Modeling for Sustainable City”, 6th IEEE International Scalable Computing Challenge (SCALE 2013) held in conjunction with the 13th IEEE International symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing(ccGrid 2013) at Delft, Netherland. 13-16 May 2013. (1st prize winner of the Scalable Computing challenge)

Markus Kirchberg, Ryan K L Ko, Bu-Sung Lee, 2011 “From Linked Data to Relevant Data -- Time is the Essence” 1st International Workshop on Usage Analysis and the Web of Data (USEWOD) held in conjunction with the 20th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW), 2011, Hyderabad, India. (Best Paper Award)

Dang Duc Nguyen, Teck Meng Lim, Chai-Kiat Yeo, Bu-Sung Lee, 2010 “Seamless Handoff in Heterogenous Network for VoIP application,” The Second International Conference on Advances in Future Internet(AFIN2010), July 18-25, 2010. Venice, Italy (Best Paper Award)
  • Machine Learning Applications and Solutions for Semiconductor Product Engineering

  • Project Plan For NSCC-NTU Student Supercomputing Competition And Event Support

  • Vaccine communication and messaging: Addressing COVID- 19 vaccine hesitancy and promoting population acceptance
  • Shengbo Yang, Chai Kiat Yeo, Bu Sung Lee. (2013). Cooperative Duty Cycling For Energy-Efficient Contact Discovery In Packet Switched Networks. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology , vol. 62(4), pp. 1815-1826.

  • Ahbik Banerjee; Vincent Gauthier;Chai Kiat Yeo; Hossam Afifi; Bu Sung Lee. (2012). A Self-Organization Framework for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks as Small Worlds. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology , vol. 61(6), pp. 2659-2673.

  • J.W.Zhang*, B.S.Lee, X.Y.Tang, C.K.Yeo. (2008). 7th International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing: Impact of Parallel Download on Job Scheduling in Data Grid Environment. (pp. 102-109)Shenzhen, China: IEEE.