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Lee, Kin (Enoch)

TitleAssociate Professor
DepartmentMathematics & Computer Science
Office HoursBy Appointment
Office Location310R Goodwyn Hall

Enoch Lee is Department Head and an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics in the School of Sciences. His mathematical research interests include rings, modules, near-rings, semigroups, universal algebra, radical theory, number theory, cryptology, coding theory, etc. He was also a wireless engineer specializing IP traffics. Later he became an optical network system engineer, specializing MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS) control plane. He has done research on Voice over IP (VoIP), streaming audio and video, Internet applications traffic characteristics, (G)MPLS, etc. He is also interested in applying computing technology such as distributed computing (as a form of high performance computing) in solving mathematical problems.

EducationMS (1996) Computer Science - University of Louisiana
PhD (1993) Mathematics - University of Louisiana
MS (1989) Mathematics - University of Louisiana