Lee Lichtenstein
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Current Employment:
Associate Director, Somatic Computational Methods at the Broad Institute

Former Employment:
Chief Research Engineer at BioMimetic Systems :: 2007 - 2011
Principal Engineer at Perceptive Informatics :: 2007
Scientific Programmer in Eli Peli's Lab at the Schepens Eye Research Institute :: 2004 - 2007
Research Assistant for the BU Hearing Research Center (under David C. Mountain and Tommaso Toffoli) :: 2002 - 2004
Senior Developer at the Lante Corporation :: 1998 - 2002
Technical Administrator at Allee, King, Rosen, and Fleming, Inc. :: Summer/Winter 1994 - 1998


Education:
MSc in Computer Engineering at Boston University (under Tommaso Toffoli)
BA in Computer Science at Cornell University
 

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Manuscripts:

  • Ojesina A, Lichtenstein L, et al. (55 authors) Landscape of genomic alterations in cervical carcinomas, Nature, December 2013   doi:10.1038/nature12881

  • Lichtenstein L, Barabas J, Woods RL, Peli E, A Feedback-Controlled Interface for Treadmill Locomotion In Virtual Environments, ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 4(1), January 2007   

Posters and Proceedings:

  • Deligeorges S, Xue S, Soloway A, Lichtenstein L, Gore T, Hubbard A, Biomimetic smart sensors for autonomous robotic behavior I: acoustic processing, Proceedings of SPIE, Bioinspired/Biomimetic Sensor Technologies and Applications Symposium (DS113), Orlando FL, April 2009

  • Deligeorges S, Xue S, Soloway A, Lichtenstein L, Gore T, Hubbard A, Biomimetic smart sensors for autonomous robotic behavior II: vestibular processing, Proceedings of SPIE, Bioinspired/Biomimetic Sensor Technologies and Applications Symposium (DS113), Orlando FL, April 2009

  • Luo G, Lichtenstein L, Peli E, Collision judgment when viewing minified images through a HMD visual field expander, Proceedings of SPIE, SPIE Conference BiOS, San Jose, CA 2007, Volume 6426

  • Woods RL, Vera-Diaz FA, Lichtenstein L, Peli E, Spatial alignment of microperimeters [Abstract], Invest Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Assoc for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Conf, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 2007;48: E-Abstract 144.

  • Lichtenstein L, Barabas J, Woods RL, Peli E, Maintaining position and display perspective in a walking simulator while self-pacing on a treadmill, SID Int Symposium, Dig Tech Papers, Soc Information Display, San Francisco, CA, 2006 37(1): 295-298.

  • Woods RL, Lichtenstein L, Mandel AJ, Peli E, Collision detection and factors affecting ôreality" of a virtual environment [Abstract], Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, May 2006, p. 42

  • Mountain D, Anderson D, Bresnahan G, Deligeorges S, Howitt A, Hu L, Lichtenstein L, and Vajda V, EarLab Virtual Laboratory: Simulation Architecture [Abstract], The Human Brain Project Annual Conference, 2003