Justin Jahng-Soh Lee
Fifth-year Graduate Student, Department of Chemical Engineering
My research interest includes development of simulation modules and Model Predictive Control algorithms for Artificial Pancreas. My current focus is on (1) developing a semiautomated artificial pancreas that utilizes Technosphere Insulin (TI) as a way to deliver first phase insulin in conjunction with a control algorithm that delivers second phase and basal insulin via CSII pump, and (2) developing a closed-loop artificial pancreas that utilizes intraperitoneal insulin delivery and subcutaneous glucose monitor (IP-SC AP).
B.S., Chemical Engineering, the University of Texas at Austin, 2009
J.J. Lee, E. Dassau, H. Zisser, R.A. Harvey, L. Jovanovič, F.J. Doyle III “In silico evaluation of an artificial pancreas combining exogenous ultrafast-acting technosphere insulin with zone model predictive control,” Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 215-26, January 2013. [PMID]