Dongman Lee received the BS degree in Computer Engineering from Seoul National University, Korea in 1982, and the MS degree and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from KAIST, Korea in 1984 and 1987, respectively. From 1988 to 1997, he worked as Technical Contributor at Hewlett-Packard. In 1998, he joined, as Associate Professor,School of Engineering, Information and Communications University (ICU). From April 2004, he became Professor at ICU. From March 2009, he joined Computer Science Department of KAIST. He is currently Dean of College of Cultural Science and Graduate School of Culture Technology, and Director of Urban computing research center at KAIST. He received a Prime Minister Award as the recognition on the advancement of the Korean Internet in 2000 and Internet Technical Achievement Award at KRNet07 in 2007. He serves as a board member HCI, OSIA, and KIISE. He is Chair of Korea Internet Address Policy Review Committee. He has served as a TPC member of numerous international conferences including IEEE COMPSAC, Multimedia, PDCS, PERCOM, PRDC, VSMM, ICAT, etc and a reviewer of international journals and magazines including ACM TOMCCAP, IEEE TPDS, IEEE Proceedings, IEEE JIE, IEEE TWC, Computer Networks, TOCSJ, JCN, IEEE wireless communication magazine, and IEEE Intelligence magazine. His research interests include distributed systems, computer networks, mobile computing and pervasive computing. He is a member of KISS and IEEE, and a senior member of ACM.