Professor Namyoon Lee Named Associate Editor of IEEE TWC
Professor Namyoon Lee of the department of electrical engineering at POSTECH has been appointed as associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWC), a journal published by IEEE – the most influential association in electrical engineering.
Prof. Lee received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering at University of Texas at Austin. After graduation, he worked as a researcher at the Nokia Research Center at Berkeley and Intel Labs in Santa Clara, CA. He has been a faculty member at POSTECH since 2016.
Prof. Lee, who is gaining much attention on the subject of wireless communication theory and statistical digital signal processing, has made remarkable accomplishments such as producing 20 U.S. patents in relevant fields. Recognized for his potential, he received the IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Outstanding Young Researcher Award in 2016.
Prof. Lee has been serving as an associate editor for the IEEE Communications Letters on the subject of machine learning since 2019. He is currently a guest editor for the Journal of Communications Networks (Special Issue on Advances and Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Wireless Communications) and also leads a team of review editors as an associate editor for the journal Frontiers in Communications and Networks in the area of communication theory.
The IEEE TWC is a journal in the top 7% of influence across all fields of electronic and electrical engineering, and a first-class technical paper journal in the field of wireless communications.