Leng-Feng Lee Résumé Contact

Name: Leng-Feng Lee
E-mail: llee3@buffalo.edu Phone: (716)-566-0841 Web: http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/~llee3/ Work: SUNY-Buffalo MAE Dept. 318 Jarvis Hall, NY, 14260. Home: 44 Eiss Place, Apt #4 Amherst, NY, 14226.

Objective Experience

To obtain a challenging position where I can utilize my knowledge in Robotics, Musculoskeletal Systems Modeling & Simulation, Multi-body system Modeling & Simulation, CAD, Virtual Prototyping & Simulation, and Visualization.
Jan. 2008 – Present. Jan. 2007 – Aug. 2007

CAD Design Instructor, SUNY-Buffalo Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Dept.
- Instructor for “Product Design in a CAD Environment” course. Using both 2D (AutoCAD) and 3D (Pro/Engineer / SolidWorks) Computer Aided Design (CAD) packages, guiding students in the design process of a completely new product. Topics included: design process theory, product lifecycle management, product safety issues, project management, technical report, & technical presentation.

Aug. 2007 – Dec. 2007 Aug. 2006 – Dec. 2006 Aug. 2005 – Dec. 2005 Aug. 2002 – Dec. 2003 Jan 2006 - present

Teaching Assistant, SUNY-Buffalo Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Dept.
- MAE412/512 Machines & Mechanism II - Fall 2003, Fall 2005, Fall 2006, & Fall 2007. - MAE311, Machines & Mechanisms I - Spring 2003. - MAE334, Instrumentation and Computers – Fall 2002.

Research Assistant, Automation, Robotics, & Mechatronics Laboratory.
- Affiliate with NYSCEDII, New York State Center for Engineering Design and Industrials Innovation. - Conduct research in the following areas: (1) Motion planning for multi robot collectives with formation control using potential field approach; (2) Haptic Cooperation in Tele-immersive Environments; & (3) Musculoskeletal modeling, analysis, and optimization for rehabilitation program refinement.

Jan. 2005 - Sept. 2005

Project Engineer, R&D Dept., SmartPill Corporation. Buffalo, NY.
- Assist engineering design and product development of miniaturized medical device with SolidWorks. - Design and conduct both hardware and software tests and issue technical test reports. - Develop MATLAB algorithms to determine GI tract transition time in clinical trial for FDA approval.

Sept. 2004 – Dec. 2004

Software Testing Engineer, R&D Dept., SmartPill Diagnostic Inc. Buffalo, NY.
- Perform software source code level (C language) testing and debugging, improved software testing procedures, and work with programmers to prepare test reports to document code change.

Jan. 2002 – Feb. 2005

Web-Master, SUNY-Buffalo Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Dept.
- Responsible to maintain, update, and create new web-pages for MAE Department’s website. HTML script with C.S.S, along with some java scripts were used for the website. - Provide web technical support to faculty member and created websites for various courses.

Jan. 2004 – May. 2004 Sept. 2004 – Dec. 2004

C++ Programming Lab Instructor, SUNY-Buffalo School of Engineering & Applied Sciences.
- Lab Instructor for course EAS230, Higher Level Language. Responsible to conduct labs & lectures to demonstrate the use of C++ programming language in solving engineering problems. - Assisted student in writing efficient, structural, and creative algorithms to solve problems.

Sept. 2005 - present

UNIVERSITY at BUFFALO, The State University of New York.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. Expected Feb. 2010. Dissertation: “Haptic Cooperation in Tele-immersive Environments” M.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: “Decentralized Motion Planning within an Artificial Potential Framework for Cooperative Payload Transport by Multi Robot Collectives”. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. with Distinction. Senior Project: “Web-based Virtual Prototyping Approach to Teaching Planar Mechanism Analysis”

Sept. 2002 - Feb. 2005

Sept. 2001 - Sept. 2002


Sept. 2006

UNIVERSITY at BUFFALO Center for Computational Research (CCR).
Advanced Certificate in Computational Sciences.

Oct. 2005

NCEES, National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. ProEngineer, SolidEdge, Dynamic Designer, SolidWorks, Visual Nastran, COSMOS Motion, ADAMS, AutoCAD, Aulev & Dymola. Virtual Analysis & ProMechanica. MATLAB (Simulink, xPC target, Real-Time Workshop) & Maple (MapleSim). Fortran, C, C++, Embedded C, Visual C++, Visual Basic, HTML with C.S.S., Modelica, OpenGL, VRML & PBASIC. MPI, OpenMP, PAPI. AnyBody Musculoskeletal Modeling Package. Finite-Element Analysis, Robotics, Mechatronics, Machines & Mechanism Design, Numerical Analysis, Structural Analysis, CAD Application, Graphics in CAD, Virtual Reality Application.

Computer skills

CAD Modeling & Simulation Packages FEA Packages Computational Packages Programming Languages & API’s Parallel Programming Other Packages Relevant Courses

Taiwan/Hokkien/Fujian). 2007. Arizona. * Visit URL: http://www. S. August 25-27. Gaithersburg. [13] H. November 11-15th. “Web-based Self-Paced Virtual Prototyping Tutorials” DETC2003/CIE48201. Illinois. Krovi. June 2009. Languages Fluent in English. Spain. Hollywood. . October 12-14. N.A. in Mobile Robots Motion Planning. [Advisor: Prof.See URL: http://www. .E. 2008. S. L-F. Exoskeleton.” International Journal of Engineering Education.edu/Courses/MAE412/tutorials/. N.84-92. [02] L-F. 2000. Lee. rendered using OpenGL. M. Washington. pp. M. “Study of Vehicle Dynamic Modeling Fidelity on Haptic Collaboration in Steer-by-Wire Systems. "Case Studies of Musculoskeletal-Simulation-Based Rehabilitation Program Evaluation". Krovi. SolidEdge and functional simulation packages using Dynamic Designer. and V. V. Philadelphia. and V. F. Proceeding of 2010 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics. Tang. 2001 Apr. Scottsdale. L-F. Krovi. Venkat N. "Output Synchronization for Teleoperation of Wheel Mobile Robot". "Role of Automated Symbolic Generation of Equations of Motion in Mechanism and Robotics Education. S. Miller. N. Massachusetts. H. Sp. May 3-8. Lee. Bhatt. 1. “Comparison of Alternate Methods for Distributed Motion Planning of Robot Collectives within a Potential-Field Framework”. C-P. Montreal. Quebec. [05] L-F. Narayanan. P. 2010. V. Mendel and V. Kannan." proceeding of ASME IDETC. Chinese (Mandarin. Barcelona. ISBN 978-3-902613-35-6. 2000 / Fa. Vancouver. Naik. Lee. Krovi. Lee. C-P. Mechatronics Project – An Intelligent Temperature & Distance Sensing Robot. F. Canada. Vol. "Enhanced Trajectory Tracking Control with Active Lower Bounded Stiffness Control for Cable Robot. 2010. “A Standardized Testing-Ground for Artificial Potential-Field based Motion Planning for Robot Collectives. & Malay..Programmed a 3D wheeled mobile robot that can located the position of a golf ball being released by the user using a projecti le. USA. NY. No. Proceeding of the 2003 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences. 2001. Lee. [01] R. 2001.U’s Professional Development Award Gustav and Greta Zimmer Research Scholarship Award United State’s Malaysia Ambassador’s Award Tau Beta Pi Honor Society. New York. C-P. Narayanan.N. 2005. 25. “Comparison of Alternate Methods for Distributed Motion Planning of Robot Collectives within a Potential-Field Framework”. and V. PA. Seattle. Arizona 1st M. and V. 25. Jan." Proceeding of International Conference Robotics and Automation. and Prosthetics. Lee. N. Montreal. R. Krovi. Karam and V. [16] L-F Lee. Lee. Mendel.S.634-638.youtube. Tripathi. Proceedings of 2009 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference.A. L-F Lee. pickup the ball. Roger Mayne] . [06] L-F. N. Kannan. N. Krovi. Krovi. No. Montreal. Lee. July 6-9. M. Lee. M. 2002 May 2002 Aug.E. Lee.” Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE International Workshop on Virtual Rehabilitation. August 29 -30.Examine the development and implementation of a distributed sensing and control framework for a system comprised of the mobile robot and the base station. N. 2010. Canada. Alaska. Cantonese. M. CA. proceeding of ASME 2010 IDETC. Dec. travel back to its base and release the golf ball to a basket. Krovi. [11] L-F.Anchorage. Krovi. N. Cambridge.Software Utilized: Visual C++ with MFC application.E Department Ph. Bhatt. Lee. Canada. 2002 1 place in annual MAE dept.eng. Selected Projects Senior Design Project – Web-Based. "Role Of Automated Symbolic Generation of Plant Models in Control Education. Krovi. 2010. M. V. Scottsdale. 2006 May 2003 May 2002 Jul. S. Lee. L-F. 36-41. Narayanan. USA. N. which are coupled together by wireless IR and RF communication. and V. L-F. “Musculoskeletal Simulation Based Optimization of Rehabilitation Programs. Krovi. N. Krovi. and V.” Proceedings of the 2006 Robotics: Science and Systems Conference. F. Dec. .” Proceedings of the Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop. and V. [08] L-F. Mendel. Lee. pp. Tang and V. [12] P. Graphics in CAD project* – Animation of a golf ball picking wheeled mobile robot. August 15-18. Self-Paced Virtual Prototyping Tutorials. Shah. S. 2005 International Conference on Robotics and Automation. June 2008. Lee.com/lengfenglee for videos of above mentioned projects. pp. August 15-18. IEEE Transactions on Robotics.S Graduate Student Research Poster Competition Honorable Mention Award M. Mendel. Krovi. Quebec. Agarwal. Lee. 2009. and V. [04] L-F. Graduate Research Poster Competition 3rd place in annual SEAS Graduate Research Poster Competition 2008 IEEE BIOROB Conference Best Poster Award.buffalo. Krovi] . Vol. Chicago. MD. [Advisor: Prof. Krovi. "Kinematics Analysis of In-Parallel 5 DOF Haptic Device".” Proceeding of 2007 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE). V. 22 2008 April 2007 April 2007 Dec. Merit Award New York State G.” Proceeding of 2008 Virtual Rehabilitation. & Golden Key International Honor Society President List’s: INTI College Malaysia Dean List’s: INTI College Malaysia / SUNY-Buffalo st Publications [17] P.Leng-Feng Lee Résumé Awards April 2009 April 2009 Oct. N. “Musculoskeletal Analysis-based Rehabilitation Program Refinement. [15] S. Krovi. Canada.A series of web-based tutorial at different levels of difficulties was created to allow students to learn virtual prototyping through the use of CAD modeling package." Proceeding of 2010 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference. “Musculoskeletal Simulation of Optimal Gait Frequency in Biped and Human Locomotion. travel to the location. [10] L-F. Venkat N. [Advisor: Prof. Krovi] . Narayanan. 2006. Shah. Krovi. “Virtual Musculoskeletal Scenario-Testing CaseStudies.” Proceeding of IEEE BIOROB 2008. "Simulation-based Design of Exoskeletal Using Musculoskeletal Analysis". N. 2000. Bhatt. V. Tang.S.D. Krovi. [14] Kun Yu. L-F. “A Case for Scaffolded Virtual Prototyping Tutorial Case-Studies in Engineering Education. January 2009. Workshop on Robotic System for Rehabilitation.A. L-F. 3. Department Graduate Student Poster Competition Top 3 Best Poster Award S. S. [09] M. 2010. L-F. V. [03] R. New Challenges. L-F. Tripathi. September 13-15. and F. [07] A.E.