Dasom Lee is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
She received her Ph.D. in Sociology with a minor in Quantitative Methods from Vanderbilt University, U.S.A.
Her research agenda focuses on the following areas:
1. Identifying societal and legal challenges of AI and cyber-physical systems in energy and transportation industries;
2. Regulatory solutions and harmonization of AI and cyber-physical systems in energy and transportation industries;
3. Responsible innovation and sustainable transitions (energy, transportation, ESG, and SDGs).
Dasom Lee and David J. Hess. 2021. “Data Privacy and Residential Smart Meters: Comparative Analysis and Harmonization Potential” Utilities Policy 70.
Himanshu Neema, Scott Phillips, Dasom Lee, David J. Hess, Zachariah Threet, Thomas Roth, and Cuong Nguyen. 2021. “Transactive Energy and Solarization: Assessing the Potential for Demand Curve Management and Cost Savings” IEEE DESTION.
Dasom Lee and David J. Hess. 2020. “Regulations for On-Road Testing of Connected and Automated Vehicles: Assessing the Potential for Global Safety Harmonization” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 136:85-98.
David J. Hess and Dasom Lee. 2020. “Energy Decentralization in California and New York: Value Conflicts in the Politics of Shared Solar and Community Choice” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 121.
Dasom Lee and David J. Hess. 2019. “Incumbent Resistance and the Solar Transition: Changing Opportunity Structures and Framing Strategies” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 33:183-195.