PhD Student

Name: 

Andrew Lee

Department: 

Interdepartmental Program in Transportation
Graduate Student

Resilient Infrastructure Networks Lab

Bio: 

I am a Ph.D. student in the Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Transportation at MIT. I received my B.S. from the United States Military Academy in 2003 and my M.S. in Transportation from MIT in 2012.

My Military Assignments include:
-Tactical Intelligence Officer for 1st Squadron, 4th Regiment Cavalry Unit in Schweinfurt, Germany, deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003-2005
-Platoon Leader, Unmanned Aerial Systems, C Company 101st Military Intelligence Battalion, Schweinfurt, Germany, 2005-2006
-Executive Officer, C Company 101st Military Intelligence Battalion, Schweinfurt, Germany.
-Collection Manager for Intelligence Surveillance Assets, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2007-2008
-Intelligence Advisor for Iraqi Army unit in Khadamiya, 2007-2008
-Company Commander, US Army Recruiting Company in Toledo, OH 2008-2010
-Operations Analysis Branch Chief, Resolute Support Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan 2015-2016

Research: 

Use of unmanned aerial systems to monitor critical infrastructure networks, game theory, optimization methods, machine learning, data mining

Publications: 

"Optimized Routing of Unmanned Aerial Systems in a Counterinsurgency" Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 2012.

Technical Papers:
Potential of Using Mobile Phone Data to Assist in Mission Analysis and Area of Operations Planning, Defense Technical Information Center, August 2015.
Group Selection Methods and Contribution to the West Point Leadership Development System (WPLDS), Defense Technical Information Center, August 2015.

Journal Articles:
“Putting the Manning Into Unmanned Aerial Systems,” Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin, April 2008.

Talks: 

“Implementing an Institutional Interdisciplinary Program with Mathematicians at the Lead,” Joint Math Meetings, (San Diego, CA), January 2013.
“Optimized Routing of Unmanned Aerial Systems to Address Informational Gaps in Counterinsurgency,” Joint Math Meetings, (San Diego, CA), January 2013.

Courses: 

USMA, Assistant Professor, Full Time, 2012-2015.
Department Academic Counselor 2013-2015
Courses taught:
MA103, Mathematical Modeling and Intro to Calculus
MA206, Probability and Statistics
MA372, Course Director, Discrete Mathematics
MA364, Course Director, Engineering Mathematics

Additional Information: 

My wife Hana and children, Christian and Emma, enjoy going to parks, hiking, and traveling whenever we can.