Visiting address
Phone: +852 34422307

Author IDs

Willing to take PhD students: yes


Prof. Eric Lee received his BEng degree with first class honours in building services engineering and the Ph.D. degree in fire engineering from the City University of Hong Kong. He is a professional engineer and currently the panel member of Fire Discipline of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, the assessor of Hong Kong Laboratory Accreditation Scheme of the HKSAR Government for fire testing laboratories and also the member of various fire safety related technical committees of the Buildings Department and Fire Services Department of the HKSAR Government.


  • BC3791: Computer Aided Design Practices
  • BC4734: Fire Engineering Elective II
  • BC4734P: Fire Engineering Elective II
  • CA2501: Industrial Training - Building Services Engineering
  • CA2507: Industrial Training - Architectural Engineering
  • CA2741: Industrial Training A
  • CA3791: Computer Aided Design Practices
  • CA3793: System Modelling for Architectural Engineering
  • CA4521: Integrated Building Project Development (Building Services Engineering)
  • CA4527: Integrated Building Project Development (Architectural Engineering)
  • CA4733: Fire Engineering Elective I
  • CA4734: Fire Engineering Elective II
  • CA4738: Fire Engineering Approach
  • CA5021: Building Services Systems and Maintenance
  • CA5602: Facilities Management
  • CA6605: Building Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • CA6607: Applied Fire and Plumbing Engineering
  • CA6607D: Advanced Fire and Plumbing Engineering
  • CA6622: Intelligent Building Assessment
  • CA6635: Open Systems for Building Automation
  • CA6636: Building Defects Diagnosis and Repair
  • CA6637: Advanced Project Development and Appraisal
  • CA6640: Building Design and Performance
  • CA8607D: Advanced Fire and Plumbing Engineering
  • CA8622D: Intelligent Building Assessment
  • CA8635D: Open Systems for Building Automation
  • CA8636D: Building Defects Diagnosis and Repair
  • CA8637D: Advanced Project Development and Appraisal
  • CA8640D: Building Design and Performance

Research Interests/Areas

Fire engineering approach, building evacuation modelling, human behaviour in evacuation, pedestrian movement, fire risk assessment.