Faculty & Research
Light and Matter Theory Laboratory
- Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
- Ultrafast Dynamics and Optics
- Nonequilibrium Phenomena
ACADEMIC & CAREER EXPERIENCE
|ACADEMIC||Ph. D., POSTECH, Korea|
|CAREER||Associate Professor at JAIST|
|Researcher at CALTECH|
|Researcher at Tokyo University|
|Researcher at MPI-FKF|
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.
|2022||“Gate-tunable quantum pathways of high harmonic generation in graphene”|
|S. Cha#, M. Kim#, Y. Kim#, S. Choi, S. Kang, H. Kim, S. Yoon, G. Moon, T. Kim, Y.W. Lee, G.Y. Cho, M.J. Park, C.-J. Kim, B.J. Kim, J.D. Lee*, M.-H. Cho*, and J. Kim*|
|Nature Communications, 13, 6630 (2022)|
|2020||“Dual resonant sum frequency generation from two-dimensional materials”|
|Y. Kim, H. Kim*, H. Jang, J.-H. Ahn, and J.D. Lee*|
|Nano Letters, 20, 4530 (2020)|
|2019||“Anomalous electron dynamics induced through the valley magnetic domain: A pathway to the valleytronic current processing”|
|Y. Kim and J.D. Lee*|
|Nano Letters, 19, 4166 (2019)|
|2016||“Rectifying the optical-field-induced current in dielectrics: Petahertz diode”|
|J.D. Lee*, W.S. Yun, and N. Park|
|Physical Review Letters, 116, 057401 (2016).|
|2013||“Model for the attosecond resonant photoemission of copper dihalide: Evidence for high-order Fano resonance and a time-domain core-hole clock”|
|Physical Review Letters, 110, 247201 (2013)|