Michael Saelee


Senior Instructor
Department of Computer Science
Illinois Institute of Technology
10 West 31st Street,
Chicago, IL 60616

Office: Stuart Building 226A
Phone: +1 312 567 5709
E-mail: lee@iit.edu
Twitter: @michaelee
Office hours: Mon & Wed, 11:30AM-1:30PM

Hi! In addition to teaching full time in the CS department, I also oversee the administration of SB 108 and other department servers. My research interests include programming languages, concurrent programming and machine learning. I Lisp.

The following are courses I'm teaching or have taught in the past:

And here are some of my recent talks/seminars:

If you're a student in one of my ongoing classes you should be checking your course website regularly (see above for links), and participating in your class discussion forum at discourse.cs.iit.edu. If you need to discuss something with me but can't make it to my office hours, e-mail me instead or direct message me on Twitter. If you're looking for screencasts/tutorials that I referred to during lecture, check out my Vimeo page.

Because I frequently get questions from students about recommended tools and software, I compiled the following list of items that I find indispensable on a near daily basis, and am therefore mildly fanatical about:

When not teaching or writing code I'm a ballroom dancer / guitarist. And I occasionally moonlight as a professional dog-walker. No, really.