Gene Lee

Prospective Graduate Students / Postdocs

This faculty member is currently not actively recruiting graduate students or Postdoctoral Fellows, but might consider co-supervision together with another faculty member.

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Applied Machine Learning
Business Analytics
Computer Science and Statistics
Information Systems
Mobile Ecosystem
Social Media Analysis
Text Mining

Relevant Degree Programs

Research Options

I am available and interested in collaborations (e.g. clusters, grants).
I am interested in and conduct interdisciplinary research.
I am interested in working with undergraduate students on research projects.

Research Methodology

machine learning
Network Analysis
Natural Language Processing
Big Data


  • Matching Mobile Applications for Cross-Promotion (2020)
    Information Systems Research,
  • Understanding Security Vulnerability Awareness, Firm Incentives, and ICT Development in Pan-Asia (2020)
    Journal of Management Information Systems,
  • AppPrint: Automatic Fingerprinting of Mobile Applications in Network Traffic (2015)
    Passive and Active Measurement (PAM) Conference, , 57--69
  • Cybersecurity Policies Design and Evaluation: Evidence from a Large-Scale Randomized Field Experiment (2015)
    Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS),
  • Estimating the Treatment Effect of Spam Information Disclosure on Organizations: A Field Experiment (2014)
    INFORMS Conference on Information Systems Technology (CIST), , 8--9
  • Matching Mobile Applications for Cross Promotion (2014)
    Workshop on e-Business (WeB),
  • Method and apparatus for controlling presentation slides (2014)
  • Method for automatic WLAN connection between digital devices and digital device therefor (2014)
  • Network device driver system having communication function and method of operating the system (2014)
  • Operation method and system of mobile terminal (2014)
  • Strategic Network Formation in a Location-based Social Network: A Topic Modeling Approach (2014)
    Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS),
  • Towards a better measure of business proximity: Topic modeling for analyzing M&As (2014)
    ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC), , 565--565
  • Analysis and applications of smartphone user mobility (2013)
    IEEE NetSciCom, , 235--240
  • Device and method of sharing contents based on time synchronization (2013)
  • Event detection using customer care calls (2013)
    IEEE INFOCOM, , 1690--1698
  • Mobile video delivery via human movement (2013)
    IEEE Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks (SECON), , 406--414
  • Projector and projection control method of the projector (2013)
  • Spam and Botnet Reputation Randomized Control Trials and Policy (2013)
    TPRC, 41
  • Device and recognition control method among devices (2012)
  • Projector having a communication unit which communicates with at least one other projector different from the projector and multiple projection control method of the projector (2011)
  • Apparatus and method for synchronization between devices through wireless connection (2010)
  • Device and method for performing reomote internet browsing between portable devices (2010)
  • Method for printing document of mobile terminal through printer, and mobile terminal therefor (2010)
  • System and method for automatic wireless connection between a portable terminal and a digital device (2010)
  • Improving the interaction between overlay routing and traffic engineering (2008)
    IFIP Networking, , 530--541
  • Method and system for managing objects in a display environment (2008)
  • A Software Framework for Ubiquitous Computing with Networked Device Driver (2007)
    Samsung Tech Conference,
  • On the Interactions of Overlay Routing (2006)
  • Improving sketch reconstruction accuracy using linear least squares method (2005)
    ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), , 24--24

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