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DirectorLEE Younghee

  • LEE Younghee DirectorLEE Younghee
  • LEE Hyoyoung Associate DirectorLEE Hyoyoung

Developing new nanomaterials and high-performance microscopes

Contact Info

Tel. +82-31-299-6508

Address

IBS Center for Integrated Nanostructure Physics
Office 86371, N Center (BIdg. 86), Sungkyunkwan University, Seobu-ro 2066, Jangan-gu, Suwon, Korea

Director
Director LEE Young Hee

Director LEE Young Hee

Professor Lee is the director of the Center for Integrated Nanostructure Physics (CINAP), established in December 2012. Director Lee received his B.S. from Chonbuk National University in 1982 before obtaining his Ph.D. from Kent State University, in USA, in 1986. Director Lee was a Professor at Chonbuk National University from 1987 to 2001 after which he became a Fellow at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) in 2001. In 2007 he was promoted to a Fellow at Korea Academy of Science and Technology (KAST) before taking up his position within IBS in late 2012.

Introduction
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Our center focuses on synthesizing 2D layered materials, in particular in a wafer-scale, and explore the related unprecedented physics and devices.

Main research activities
  • - Quantum Photonics for 2D Ultimate Photovoltaics
  • - 2D Ferromagnetism
  • - Coulombic Boson Electronics
  • - NT/BT Brain Science
  • - Emerging Quantum Materials
  • - 2D Semiconducting Graphene
  • - Visible Photocatalyst Design
  • - Chiral monomer by Light
  • - Graphene based Metasurfaces
  • - Low Temperature Physics

Our goal is to understand physics of low dimensional structures and to push the limit of sensitivity and spatial resolution in the measurements of nanomaterials by designing multi-modal nanoscopy systems. In order to achieve our overall goal, we have defined a specific research aim, which is to search for new and multi-faceted physical properties on the designed nanostructures and their hybridized complexes.
The proposed research will cover growth of nanostructures and their hybrids which reveal multi-functional properties, theoretical modeling of nanostructures, carrier dynamics and thermoelectric properties, design of correlation nanoscopy to measure multi-modal properties of nanostructures with high spatial resolution and improved signal to noise ratio.

Organization

Organization

Main research results
  • Creation of two-dimensional layered Zintl phase by dimensional manipulation of crystal structure
    (Science Advanced, 2019)
  • Room-Temperature Mesoscopic Fluctuations and Coulomb Drag in Multilayer WSe2
    (ADVANCED MATERIALS, 2019)
  • Two-Terminal Multibit Optical Memory via van der Waals Heterostructure
    (ADVANCED MATERIALS, 2019)
  • Wafer-scale single-crystal hexagonal boron nitride film via self-collimated grain formation
    (Science, 2018)
  • Soft Coulomb gap and asymmetric scaling towards metal-insulator quantum criticality in multilayer MoS2
    (Nature Communications, 2018)
Personnel
Personnel status
Total118
Gender92(Male), 26(Female)
Korean/ International81(Korean), 37(International)
Degree
Position

As of October. 2019

Research

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Center for Integrated Nanostructure Physics : Kang Ok-Joo   031-299-6509
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