LEE John
Lab.: School of Informatics
Org.: University of Edinburgh
Country: United Kingdom
Tel. +44 131 650 4420 - Fax

Brief Curriculum Vitae

Prof. John Lee received a PhD in Cognitive Science from Edinburgh, 1987, and has been Deputy Director of the Human Communication Research Centre since 1993. He has held a large number of externally funded research projects, and coordinated the Edinburgh–Stanford Link programme, a collaboration with Stanford University, California. He has worked for a number of years on aspects of learning, cognition and multimodal communication. He has worked more recently on participatory environmental sensing and crowd–sourced data gathering, with an interest in developing applications of ubiquitous sensing that will promote environmental sustainability. He holds a joint appointment in the Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh, where he works on design and digital media. He is part of the newly created Centre for Design Informatics.

Areas of Research

Sensors for community action, communication and use of environmental data, urban contexts

Research Keywords

Participatory sensing, community, learning

Areas of Future Interest

Highly mobile sensing, smart clothing, vehicle–based sensing, ubiquitous sensing

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