Dr. Young-Jae Lee

Title: 
Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator
Office Location: 
CBEIS 239
Phone: 
443.885.1872
Email: 
youngjae.lee@morgan.edu
Education:

Ph.D., Department of Systems Engineering (Transportation), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, August 1998

M.S.E., Department of Systems Engineering (Transportation), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, May 1994

M.S.E., Department of Civil Engineering, Urban Engineering Division (Major in Transportation Engineering), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1990

B.S.E., Department of Civil Engineering, Urban Engineering Division, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1988

Education:

Ph.D., Department of Systems Engineering (Transportation), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, August 1998

M.S.E., Department of Systems Engineering (Transportation), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, May 1994

M.S.E., Department of Civil Engineering, Urban Engineering Division (Major in Transportation Engineering), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1990

B.S.E., Department of Civil Engineering, Urban Engineering Division, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1988

Biography:

Dr. Young-Jae Lee is an Associate Professor and Graduate program coordinator in the Department of Transportation and Urban Infrastructure Studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.

He received his BS and MS in Civil and Urban Engineering (major in Transportation Engineering) at Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea and another MS and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering (major in Transportation Systems) at University of Pennsylvania with his research for optimizing a transit network design problem.

His main focus on the research has been improvement of transit systems, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), connected vehicle technology and traffic Safety. He has conducted different types of research projects, published papers at peer reviewed journals, presented his works at major conferences and provided lectures at universities.

Currently he is conducting multiple projects including "Connected Vehicle Infrastructure technology application for transit system", "Advanced Transit Signal Priority using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure technology" and "Developing Local Calibration Factors for Highway Safety Manual for the State of Maryland".

He is a Technical Advisory Group member for ITE/ITS Transit standard module development and a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Automated Transit Systems committee (AP040). He is also an associate editor for the Korean Society of Civil Engineers (KSCE) Journal of Civil Engineering and Urban Rail Transit.

For more information, please see curriculum vitae.