Profile of Chien-Shen (Tom) Lee

Chien-Shen (Tom) Lee
Senior Project Engineer | Associate

Tom is a structural engineer who brings an impressive research background and substantial project experience to our Structural Dynamics and Motion Control Division. Specializing in structural dynamics, finite element analysis and vibration control, Tom has studied and worked extensively in both Asia and North America (he is fluent in English and Mandarin). His project portfolio includes structural design for numerous buildings and bridges, system development for structural seismic risk analysis, and dynamic analysis for a diverse array of damping systems, including the tuned mass dampers in 432 Park Ave Tower, New York and in The Shanghai Tower, Shanghai.

A highly skilled structural engineer designing unique motion control systems for buildings and bridges across the globe


    • Doctor of Philosophy (Civil/Structural Engineering), University of Western Ontario, Canada
    • Master of Science (Civil/Structural Engineering), National Central University, Taiwan
    • Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering), National Central University, Taiwan

    • Professional Engineer, Ontario
    • Licensed Civil and Structural Professional Engineer, Taiwan
    • Regular presenter at technical conferences
    • Publications in technical journals
    • Recipient, Outstanding Paper Award (for Efficiency-Enhanced Damping Device and Its Application for Bridge Engineering), Chinese Society of Structural Engineering
    • Project Management Professional (PMP)

    • Dynamic analysis for supplementary damping systems
    • Nonlinear finite element analysis
    • Seismic design
    • Structural dynamics
    • Tuned mass dampers
    • Tuned sloshing damper