- Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
Ph. D. in Architecture and Architectural Engineering, 2019
- Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY, U.S. Master of Architecture, 2011
- Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
Master of Design in Spatial Design, 2008
- Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spatial Design, summa cum laude, 2006
2. TEACHING EXPERIENCES
- 2020 ~ Present : Assistant Professor, School of Architecture & Design Convergence, Hankyoung National University, Anseong, South Korea
- 2020 : Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2016 ~ 2020 : Adjunct Professor, School of Design, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2015 : Teaching and Research Assistant, Department of Architecture, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2015 : Lecturer, School of Design, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2014 ~ 2017 : Lecturer, School of Architecture, Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2006 ~ 2007 : Teaching Assistant, School of Design, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
3. PROFESSIONAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCES
- 2015 ~ Present : Design Director, Miseoldang Design Lab, Seoul, South Korea
- 2011 ~ 2014 : Architectural Designer, Studio Daniel Libeskind, New York, NY, U.S.
- 2011 : Part-time Architect, Frederic Schwartz Architects, New York, NY, U.S.
- 2017 : Researcher, Department of Architecture, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea Involved project (Seoul National University campus master plan 2017-2021)
- 2010 : Researcher, China Lab, Columbia University, GSAPP, New York, NY, U.S. Involved project (Beiing Super South)
- 2007 ~ 2008 : Researcher, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea Involved project (Kumchon-gu Main Street Revitalization Project in Seoul)
4. SELECTED GRANTS AND AWARDS
- 2019 ~ 2020 : National Research Foundation of Korea, Next-generation Researchers, 14,000,000 won
- 2018 : National Research Foundation of Korea, Global Competence Support Program, 4,000,000 won
- 2016 ~ 2018 : National Research Foundation of Korea, Global Ph.D. Fellowship Program, 90,000,000 won
- 2018 : Architectural Institute of Korea, Best Paper Award
- 2018 : The Korean Housing Association, Best Paper Award
- 2020 (In revision) : Lee, J. and Park, S., Investigating Pedestrian Connectivity in High-rise Apartment Complexes: A Case Study of Seoul and Singapore, Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science (SSCI)
- 2019 Lee, J., Exploring the neighborhood model through walkability perspectives – A case study of North America, the UK, Singapore and Seoul-, Ph.D. Thesis, Seoul National University, Seoul.
- 2018 Lee, J. and Park, S., Exploring Neighborhood Unit’s Planning Elements and Configuration Methods in Seoul and Singapore from a Walkability Perspective, Sustainability (SCCI), 10, 988.
- 2017 Lee, J. and Park, S., Exploring Configuration Methods of Neighborhood Unit through Walkability Perspectives -A Case Study of Neighborhood Facilities in North America, United Kingdom, South Korea and Singapore-, Journal of the Korea Housing Association, 28(6), pp.53-64
- 2017 Lee, J. and Park, S., Exploring Spatial Layouts of the Pedestrian Paths in Apartment Complexes within Large-scale Residential Developments: From Pedestrian Block Axis to Alley Streets, Architectural Institute of Korea, 33(2), pp.88-100.
- 2015 Lee, J. and Park, S., Exploring Characteristics of Walkable Neighborhood Design Strategies: A Case Study of Recent Trends and Pangyo · Dongtan Areas, Architectural Institute of Korea, 31(12), pp.191-202.
- 2014 Lee, J., Global Economic Crisis, Smartphone Dependency and Immediacy of life –Is architecture able to provide new models for the phenomenal growth of the information-oriented society?, in Anxiety & Desire, pp.38-44, IMAAD Press.
- 2008 Lee, J. and Kim, H., A Study of the Characteristics and Role of ‘Representative Street’: An analysis of the streets of Berlin, Tokyo and Washington D.C., The Journal of Korea Society of Design Science Research, 21(3), pp.69-80.
- 2008 Lee, J., The characteristics and role of ‘representative Street’ – In case of the ‘Sejong-ro’ avenue in Seoul-, Master’s Thesis, Ewha Womans University, Seoul.
6. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
- 2012 Lee, J., “What it looks like, what it does?,” Abstract 2010-2011, ed. by Marble, S., pp. 322-333, New York: Columbia University GSAPP.
- 2011 Lee et al., “Visual Permeability Pavilion,” Archdaily.com, Archdaily, Web.
- 2011 Group Exhibition, “Living in the Crisis Era, between Anxiety and Desire,” Artgate Gallery, New York, U.S.