Lee, JaeDong (이재동)

PROFESSOR / CHAIR

Physics Materials Science

RESEARCH AREA

● Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
● Ultrafast Dynamics and Optics
● Nonequilibrium Phenomena

ACADEMIC & CAREER EXPERIENCE

Ph. D., POSTECH, Korea

Associate Professor at JAIST
NIMS-ICYS Fellow
Researcher at CALTECH
Researcher at Tokyo University
Researcher at MPI-FKF

OFFICE

E2-312

LAB

E2-322

PHONE

+82.53.785.6510
Lab Website

Our Researches

Materials theory is a way to understand properties of emergent materials using theoretical approach. We use computational methods performed on model calculation and first-principle density functional theory to study new physics of the materials.

Main frameworks of our study

– Semiconducting, magnetic, relativistic and superconducting properties of emergent materials.
– Ultrafast time-resolved study of photophysical processes.
– Advanced functional nano applications and their physical principles.

Representative Publications

“Single-layer CdPSe3: A promising thermoelectric material persisting in high temperatures”
Won Seok Yun and J. D. Lee*
Appl. Phys. Lett. 115, 193105 (2019).

“Anomalous electron dynamics induced through the valley magnetic domain: a pathway to the valleytronic current processing”
Youngjae Kim and J. D. Lee*
Nano Lett. 19, 4166-4173 (2019).

“Proposed valley valve from four-channel valley manipulation”
Youngjae Kim and J. D. Lee*
Phys. Rev. Applied. 11, 034048 (2019).

“Exploring a Novel Atomic Layer with Extremely Low Lattice Thermal Conductivity: ZnPSe3 and Its Thermoelectrics”
Won Seok Yun and J. D. Lee*
J. Phys. Chem. C 122, 27917 (2018).

“Probing the Upper Band Gap of the Atomic Rhenium Disulfide Layers”
Krishna P. Dhakal, Hyunmin Kim*, Seonwoo Lee, Youngjae Kim, JaeDong Lee*, and Jong-Hyun Ahn*
Light: Science & Applications 7, 98 ( 2018).

“Subfemtosecond charge driving with correlation-assisted band engineering in a wide-gap semiconductor”
Youngjae Kim and J. D. Lee*
Phys. Rev. B 98, 195135 (2018).