Dasom Lee Assistant Professor
  • AI Regulations
  • AI and Society
  • Energy Transition
  • Transportation
  • Sustainability
  • Ph.D. in Sociology, Vanderbilt University(2021)

Dasom Lee is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy at KAIST. She received her PhD in sociology and a minor in quantitative methods from Vanderbilt University, USA. She worked as a tenured assistant professor at the University of Twente in the Netherlands before joining STP. Dasom specializes in societal challenges and regulations related to artificial intelligence (AI). To elaborate, she focuses on identifying societal and legal challenges of AI and cyber-physical systems and publishes on regulatory solutions and harmonization. Furthermore, she is also interested in responsible innovation and sustainable transitions particularly in energy and transportation industries. She collaborates extensively with European and North American scholars and pursues interdisciplinary research that encompasses social science, computer science, and engineering. She is an associate editor for ACM Journal on Responsible Computing, and she is an editorial board member for Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. For more information, visit