Sang Won Lee is a Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. His work lies at the intersection of Human-computer Interaction and computer music. His research aims to bring the collaborative live nature of music making to computational systems by developing interactive systems that facilitate real-time collaboration in creative tasks. His work explores how to computationally mediate musical collaboration and enable novel musical expression. More broadly, he has applied the findings from interactive music to applications in a variety of fields, including crowdsourcing, design, writing, and programming. These systems help people collaboratively create artifacts and have liveness in their collaborative process with other people. He holds a Diploma in Industrial Engineering from the Seoul National University and an M.S. degree in Music Technology from Georgia Tech. He has been an active author in top-tier computer music conferences like New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), as well as broader Human-computer interaction venues like ACM UIST and ACM CHI. In addition to academic research publications, he has also presented his research in the form of music performances in peer-reviewed venues such as NIME, Art-CHI, and ICMC, and is a winner of the International Computer Music Association - Music Award 2016 for his composition, Live Writing: Gloomy Streets.