Professor, Department of Mathematics
Lee specializes in the theory of varieties of semigroups, an area in the intersection of algebra and logic. His past and present research topics include equational classification of semigroups, finite basis problem, join irreducible semigroups, lattices of varieties, Rees–Sushkevich varieties, varieties of involution semigroups, and varieties of monoids.
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About Edmond W. H. Lee
Lee specializes in the theory of varieties of semigroups, an area in the intersection of algebra and logic. His past and present research topics include equational classification of semigroups, finite basis problem, join irreducible semigroups, lattices of varieties, Rees–Sushkevich varieties, varieties of involution semigroups, and varieties of monoids.
Positions
July 2020  Present  Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Department of Mathematics  


July 2015  June 2020  Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Department of Mathematics  


August 2011  June 2015  Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Department of Mathematics  

Disciplines
Research Interests
Professional Service and Affiliations
2019  Present  Associate Edtor, Algebra Universalis 
2019  Present  Communicating Editor and Journal Secretary, Semigroup Forum 
Education
2002  Ph.D., Simon Fraser University ‐ Department of Mathematics  


1997  M.Sc., Simon Fraser University ‐ Department of Mathematics  


1994  B.Sc., University of Toronto ‐ Department of Mathematics  

Contact Information
Parker Building, Room 333
(954) 2628320
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SingleAuthored Articles (38)
Peerreviewed articles authored by Edmond W. H. Lee