Dr. Lee's research is in the field of experimental condensed matter physics. Her group investigates novel ground states of matters, particularly focused on the magnetism and electronic properties of materials, using thermodynamic and electrical and thermal transport studies. These are investigated under extreme conditions such as very low temperature, high magnetic field, high hydrostatic pressure and nanoscale sample sizes. Areas of research also cover thermal transport and thermoelectric phenomena, electrical and thermal conductions particularly in the presence of magnetic ordering and in low dimensional systems near the phase boundary. Our new single crystal synthesis set-up launched a couple of years ago successfully has produced a high quality semimetallic compounds, which, in combination with national high magnetic lab facility, has brought a significant expansion in the scope of our research program.
experimental condensed matter physics, magnetism, unusual spin texture states and their electronics properties, quantum spin liquid, high pressure, anvil pressure cell, uniaxial strain, high magnetic field measurements, SQUID magnetometer, shot noise, Johnson noise, thermometry, atomic layer thin films, thermoelectricity, thermal and electrical transport properties measurement, nano fabrication