T. Lee

T. Heng Lee

Dean's Office, Human Resources, Faculty of Engineering at National University of Singapore

Block S14, Level 6 6 Science Drive 2, Singapore, Central Singapore, Singapore
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last updated 10/12/2017

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Deputy Editor-in-Chief  - IFAC Mechatronics journal


B.A. degree  - Engineering Tripos , Cambridge University

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Tong Heng Lee
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Prof. T. H. LEE
Topic : Novel Developments in Intelligent and Hybrid/Switched Systems Approaches to Control of Systems and Formations Speaker Prof. T. H. LEE Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering T. H. Lee received the B.A. degree with First Class Honours in the Engineering Tripos from Cambridge University, England, in 1980; and the Ph.D. degree from Yale University in 1987. He is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS); and also a Professor in the NUS Graduate School, NUS NGS. He was a Past Vice-President (Research) of NUS. Dr. Lees research interests are in the areas of adaptive systems, knowledge-based control, intelligent mechatronics and computational intelligence. He currently holds Associate Editor appointments in the IEEE Transactions in Systems, Man and Cybernetics; IEEE Transactions in Industrial Electronics; Control Engineering Practice (an IFAC journal); and the International Journal of Systems Science (Taylor and Francis, London). In addition, he is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of IFAC Mechatronics journal. Dr. Lee was a recipient of the Cambridge University Charles Baker Prize in Engineering; the 2004 ASCC (Melbourne) Best Industrial Control Application Paper Prize; the 2009 IEEE ICMA Best Paper in Automation Prize; and the 2009 ASCC Best Application Paper Prize. He has also co-authored five research monographs (books), and holds four patents (two of which are in the technology area of adaptive systems, and the other two are in the area of intelligent mechatronics). He has published more than 300 international journal papers. Dr. Lee was an Invited Panelist at the World Automation Congress, WAC2000 Maui U.S.A.; an Invited Keynote Speaker for IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control, IEEE ISIC 2003 Houston U.S.A.; an Invited Keynote Speaker for LSMS 2007, Shanghai China; an Invited Expert Panelist for IEEE AIM2009; an Invited Plenary Speaker for IASTED RTA 2009, Beijing China; an Invited Keynote Speaker for LSMS 2010, Shanghai China; an Invited Keynote Speaker for IASTED CA 2010, Banff Canada; an Invited Keynote Speaker for IFTOMM ICDMA 2010, Changsha China; and an Invited Keynote Speaker for ICUAS 2011, Denver USA.

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"It's the ambiguity, the lack of clear specification of what is objectionable that is worrying," said Terence Lee, an assistant professor of political science at National University of Singapore.

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