Won-Jae Yi

  • Assistant Teaching Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Won-Jae Yi received his B.S. in Computer Engineering (2010), M.S. in Computer Engineering (2012), and Ph.D. in Computer Engineering (2017), all from the Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech). First starting at Illinois Tech as an Undergraduate Laboratory Supervisor and Manager for Computer Facilities in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2017, Won-Jae started teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses as an Adjunct Professor in 2018. He now serves as an Assistant Teaching Professor and Undergraduate Laboratory Supervisor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Won-Jae has 10+ years of experience in research in the field of Internet of Things, wireless body sensor networks, wearable devices for health monitoring systems, cyber physical system and data security, low-powered wireless personal area network systems and protocols, information processing and data fusion for IoT powered embedded systems, FPGA and SoC designs, artificial intelligence and edge computing. Also, he has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Illinois Tech including Software Engineering, Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems, Computer Networks, Cybersecurity, Computer Architecture, Microcomputer Assembly Language, and Artificial Intelligence and Edge Computing.


2023 Bauer Family Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award


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