Sangkeun (Matt) Lee

Data Scientist (R&D Associate)

Sangkeun Lee received a Ph.D. degree in computer science and engineering

from Seoul National University in 2012. He joined Oak Ridge National Laboratory as

a post-doctoral research associate in 2013 and became a research staff member in

2015. His research interests include large-scale graph mining and analytics, big data

systems and architectures, information retrieval and recommender systems, and

their applications. He has experience of working on ORNL’s Lab-directed Research &

Development (LDRD), U.S. DOE- and NIH-sponsored projects and developing

various software tools like gm-sparql (Graph Mining Using SPARQL) and ORiGAMI

(Oak Ridge Graph Analytics for Medical Innovation) which won 2016 R&D 100 Award.

Awards

2016  R&D 100 Award Winner - The Oak Ridge Graph Analytics for Medical Innovation (ORiGAMI)
Honorable Mention Poster Award at The 1st ORNL Annual Postdoctoral Research Symposium 2013
Best Paper Award at PIKM 2011 in conjunction with CIKM 2011