Dr. Joonhee Lee, PhD, LEED AP BD+C
Assistant Professor, Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Joonhee Lee is an assistant professor in the Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering. He received his BSc from Seoul National University in South Korea. He completed an MSc in architectural sciences from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a PhD in architectural engineering from The University of Nebraska–Lincoln. His research interests are building acoustics, psychoacoustics and noise control. Specifically, he investigates how annoying noises affect human perception and performance to apply findings to evidence-based building designs.
BLDG 366 - Acoustics & Lighting
BLDG 473/6721 - Building Acoustics
BLDG 474/6731 - Building Illumination
J. Lee and L. M. Wang, “Understanding annoyance perception of noise with tones through multidimensional scaling analysis,” Proc. of the 22nd International Congress on Sound and Vibration, Florence, Italy (2015).
D. Wang, J. Lee and L. M. Wang, “How acoustics in California high performance schools relate to student achievement,” Proc. of the 22nd International Congress on Sound and Vibration, Florence, Italy (2015).
J. Lee and L. M. Wang, “Assessment of noise-induced annoyance by tones in noise from building mechanical systems,” Proc. of Internoise 2014, Melbourne, Australia (2014).
J. Lee, K. Yang, J. Yeon, and K. Kim, “Sustainable acoustic absorbers using recycling paper,” Proc. of the 19th International Congress of Sound and Vibration, Vilnius, Lithuania (2013).
J. Lee, C. Schaefer, H.-E. de Bree and N. Xiang, “Scaled-model measurements for coupled volumes using an automated high spatial-resolution scanning system,” Proc. of International Symposium on Room Acoustics, Melbourne, Australia (2010).