Eun Sun Lee [MS Student]

Networked & Embedded Systems Laboratory

Electrical Engineering

Lab: 1762 Boelter Hall

University of California - Los Angeles, CA - 90095


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I am currently a Master's student at University of California, Los Angeles, working with Professor Mani Srivastava. I received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Virginia in 2015. For my undergraduate thesis, my team built a telemetry system and dashboard for a solar car. My socio-technical thesis, and thus, studies government's involvement in the adoption process of electric vehicles. After graduation, I interned at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) from August 2015 to August 2016. I worked with head director Sang-chul Ahn of Robot Media Institute at KIST. My focus was to build and design a remotely controlled AR robot for the elderly.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, 2015.


  • Intern, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
    Robotics and Media Institute, Aug 2015 to July 2016
  • Intern, Institute of Pasteur – Korea
    Drug Biology/Early Discovery Center, July 2012 to Aug 2012

Research Interests:

  • Sensor Systems
  • Low-power Embedded Systems

Recent Publications:

  • AquaMote - Ultra Low Power Sensor Tag for Animal Localization and Fine Motion Tracking
    Eun Sun Lee, Jeya Vikranth Jeyakumar, Bharathan Balaji, and Mani B. Srivastava.
    November 2017. [ Details ]

Other Publications:

  • Projector-camera based remote assistance device for the elderly: design issues and implementation
    Jin Uk Kwon, Eun Sun Lee, and Sang Chul Ahn
    SII 2016, Dec 2016

  • Telemetry System and Dashboard for a Solar Car
    Eun Sun Lee, Apollinaire Mase, Hyemun Lee, Kevin Park, and Oladapo Afolabi
    Undergraduate Thesis, University of Virginia, May 2015

  • Government’s Involvement in the Adoption Process of Electric Vehicles
    Eun Sun Lee
    Undergraduate Thesis, University of Virginia, May 2015