38th International Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology
Jun Hee Lee
Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea
Jun Hee Lee is a computational materials scientist. He obtained his PhD in Physics from Seoul National University in 2008. Then he moved to USA as a postdoc at Physics Dept. of Rutgers University (2008~2011), Chemistry Dept. of Princeton University (2011~2013), and Materials division of Oak Ridge National Lab. (2013~2015). Now he joined UNIST in Korea in 2015 as an assistant professor and is an associate professor. Combining his interdisciplinary background, he has been actively working in various fields such as ferroelectrics, multiferroics, polymers and energy materials including photocatalysts, fuel cells, and batteries. He published 70 SCI papers including a recent theory paper in Science “Scale-free ferroelectricity by flat phonon bands in HfO2 ”, Science 369, 1343 (2022). Nowadays he is extending his theoretical research across industries to realize ultimate-density semiconductors reaching up to ~100 TB.