Transportation Analyst Presents at International Conference
EunSu Lee, a transportation analyst with the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, presented his research at the 2011 U.S.-Korea Conference Aug. 10-14, which was hosted by the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association and the Korean Foundation of Science and Technology Societies.
Lee traveled to Park City, Utah, to present his report, "Estimating Origin-Destination for Imported Containers through Intermodal Networks." His research investigates the trip generation and trip distribution of freight containers moving into the United States through the marine ports. The study optimized the origin-destination for the imported containerized freights in the United States.
A native of South Korea, Lee is an accomplished researcher and has presented at several conferences, including previous Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association conferences. Lee earned both his doctorate in transportation logistics and his master's degree in industrial management and engineering from NDSU in 2011 and 2006, respectively. Lee also earned his MBA in operations management from Hanyang University, South Korea, and a bachelor of engineering in information technology from Kwandong University, South Korea.
Published in NDSU's staff newsletter