Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2006.
M.Sc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2003.
B.E. Dong-A University, Korea. 2000.
Dynamic Project Management (DPM) group aims at understanding and managing the construction dynamics in large-scale construction projects. Particularly, we strive to support diverse decision making processes in order to manage schedule, cost, and quality as well as sustainability and safety using emerging technologies. We also have a great interest in how the decisions are made can affect people’s behavior and ultimately, would like to incorporate it to support the decision making processes. To this end, we use computer simulation (System Dynamics, Discrete Event Simulation, and Agent-based Modeling), automatic data capture and tracking technologies (computer vision, wireless sensor network, RFID equivalent technologies, and emission sensor), and visualization techniques.
Shokri, S., *Ahn, S., Lee, S., Haas, C., and Haas, R. (2015) “Current Status of Interface Management in Construction: Drivers and Impacts of Systematic Interface Management.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, ASCE (Accepted)
Golibach, A., *Han, S., *Seo, J., *Han, S., Lee, S. and Al-Hussein, M. (2015) “An Automated Biomechanical Simulation Approach to Ergonomic Job Analysis for Workplace Design.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, ASCE, 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000998 , 04015020.
*Seo, J., *Han, S., Lee, S. and Kim, H. (2015) “Computer Vision Techniques for Construction Safety and Health Monitoring.” Advanced Engineering Informatics, Elsevier, Vol. 29 (2), pp. 239-251.
Shokri, S., Haas, C., Haas, R., and Lee, S. (2015) “An Interface Management Process for Managing Risks in Complex Capital Projects.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, ASCE. (Accepted)
Anderson, K., Song, K., Lee, S., Lee, H, and Park, M. (2015) “Energy Consumption in Households While Unoccupied: Evidence from Dormitories.” Energy and Building, Elsevier, Vol. 87, pp 335-341.
Hwang, S., Park, M., Lee, H., Lee, S., and Kim, S. (2015) “Post-Disaster Interdependent Built Environment Recovery Efforts and the Effects of Governmental Plans: A Case Analysis Using System Dynamics.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, ASCE, Vol 141 (3), 04014081.
*Ahn, S. and Lee, S. (2015) “Methodology for Creating Empirically Supported Agent-Based Simulation with Survey Data for Studying Construction Workers’ Group Behavior.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, ASCE, VA, 141 (1), 04014065.
Ahn, C., Lee, S. and Peña-Mora, F. (2015) “The Application of Low-cost Accelerometer for Measuring Operational Efficiency of Construction Equipment Fleet.” Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 29 (2), 04014042.