Jae Woo Lee

Lecturer in Computer Science
Director of Undergraduate Studies, BA Programs
Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
Curriculum Vitae as of Sep 2014

jae@cs.columbia.edu / 212-939-7066 / Mailing address / Office hours


I am a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University. I am also the Director of Undergraduate Studies in CS for Columbia College, General Studies and Barnard.

I received B.A. in Physics from Columbia College in 1994, came back to Columbia for graduate studies in Computer Science in 2004, and received Ph.D. in CS in 2012. Between 1994 and 2004, I was a programmer, a manager, a consultant, and an entrepreneur (my old resume). I worked mostly in the financial sector. Yes, I came back to academia to repent. :-)


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I'm a member of the Internet Real-Time Lab (IRT), headed by Professor Henning Schulzrinne. I lead the NetServ project. NetServ is a programmable router architecture, intended for dynamically deploying in-network services on edge routers.

I presented NetServ at the plenary session of the 9th GENI Engineering Conference (GEC9) in Washington, D.C.


Cloud Computing NetServ Location-Based Services CS Education DHT and Multicast Content-Centric Networking
Last updated: 2013-10-09