- PhD in Architecture University of Kansas
- Master of Arts University of Kansas
- Master of Architecture University of Utah
- BS in Architectural Engineering MyongJi University
Dr. Jeehwan Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at Hampton University. Prior to joining Hampton University in 2016, he earned his Ph.D. degree in Architecture at the University of Kansas. In his dissertation research, he conducted the effect of shading louvers and compact silencers as noise barriers in ventilated double skin façade buildings. He has been investigating micro-perforated acoustic panels with natural ventilation-enabling compact silencers as environmentally responsive building façade systems to control the heat, glare, air, and noise. His primary research interests are in the areas of sustainable building envelope, passive design, indoor environmental quality, building systems integration, environmental sustainability, comprehensive POE (post-occupancy evaluation), and human integrated facade controls. He has published and been presenting numerous peer-reviewed papers to international conferences such as IAQ (2014, 2015), ICEDEC (2015, 2016), CTBUH (2016), ASA (2016), IAQVEC (2016), PLEA (2016), ARCC (2017), FT (2017), Inter-Noise (2018), AEI (2018), and ArchEX (2018). At Hampton University Department of Architecture, he is currently teaching Architectural Design Studio (ARC201/202), Environmental Systems (ARC315), Building Systems Integrations (ARC516), Solar Decathlon Design Challege (ARC530), and serving as a research co-advisor for 5th year thesis.