Dr Jodie Lee received her Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) in Applied Statistics with Computing from the University of Greenwich, her Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy in Civil and Structural Engineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). During her study, Jodie received the Outstanding Civil Engineering Master Student Award from The American Society of Civil Engineers (Hong Kong Section) in 2003 and Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Scholarship in 2004.
Jodie's main research interests lie in pedestrian simulation model, design of pedestrian facilities and traffic survey. She has published a number of research papers in various renowned international journals. She is an associate member of the Hong Kong Society of Transportation Studies.
Prior to joining HKCC, Jodie taught Engineering Mathematics and Statistics at the Department of Applied Mathematics in PolyU and since then she had been teaching at HKCC as a visiting lecturer. Jodie teaches Mathematics and Statistics subjects in HKCC at present.