About

I am a fourth year, PhD student in Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin. My adviser is Professor Emmett Witchel and I am working as part of the Operating systems and Architecture group and the Laboratory for Advanced Systems Research. I did my undergraduate work at the University of Michigan: Ann Arbor in Computer Science and Mathematics with a minor in Economics.

 

Research

Statement

My main research focus is in operating systems and security with a concentration in how virtualization can help enable novel security properties.

I am also interested in cryptography and implementing new cryptographic tools in a practical setting.

See a full listing of my publications.

Research Projects

 

Publications

Computer Science Publications

2014

2013

2012

Other Publications

Program Committees

 

Other Projects and Links

Other projects

 

Contact

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External Website

michaelzlee.com

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CV

education:

The University of Texas at Austin

University of Michigan: Ann Arbor

Central Michigan University

research:

2014

2013

2012

Other Publications

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internships:

 

Erdős Number

The shortest path I've found from me to Paul Erdős has four steps.

  1. 1. András Kroó (On convergent interpolatory polynomials.)
  2. 2. Terry D. Lenker (Local and global Lipschitz constants.)
  3. 3. Sivaram K. Narayan (On Schur D-stable matrices.)
  4. 4. Michael Z. Lee (On nonsingular regular magic squares of odd order.)

This was found using the AMS Math Sci Net collaboration distance tool.