Won-Jong Lee

Published:10/13/2017   Last Updated:12/06/2019

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Won-Jong is a research scientist for the Graphics Processing Research team (formerly known as the Advanced Rendering Technology team) where he is working on graphics research. Before joining Intel, he worked on ray tracing, advanced computer graphics, real-time rendering, reconfigurable processors, and hardware algorithms for mobile GPUs at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) as a principal research scientist and team lead. He received a PhD and master of computer science at Yonsei University, where he researched graphics architecture, simulation framework, and parallel rendering on GPU clusters. While studying computer science, he also worked on scientific volume visualization during his internship in National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). He received a BS in computer science and engineering at Inha University where his interests were real-time graphics and computer architecture. His primary research interests are ray tracing, real-time rendering, global illumination, AR/VR, and machine learning.

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