Dr. Lee’s practice focuses primarily on preparing and prosecuting patent applications. Her technical expertise includes chemistry & materials, nanotechnology, photochemistry, electrochemistry, semiconducting materials, and nonlinear optics.
Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Lee was a post-doctoral associate at North Carolina State University studying photochemistry and photophysics of light induced phenomena in a range of organic and inorganic semiconductors. She completed her Ph.D. at Princeton University, where her dissertation involved studying intermediate states in singlet fission and photochemical CO2 reduction. She is an author of 14 peer reviewed articles in scientific journals.
Dr. Lee is fluent in Korean.
- Delayed fluorescence from zirconium(IV) photosensitizer with ligand-to-metal charge transfer excited states. Nature Chemistry. 2020, 12, 345.
- Long-lived photoluminescence of molecular group 14 compounds through thermally activated delayed fluorescence. Inorganic Chemistry. 2022, 61, 7338.
- Vibronic and excitonic dynamics in perylenediimide dimers and tetramers. Journal of Chemical Physics. 2020, 22410.
- Energy migration processes in Re(I) MLCT complexes featuring a chromophoric ancillary ligand. Inorganic Chemistry. 2020, 59, 8259.
- A cyanide-bridged di-manganese carbonyl complex that photochemically reduces CO2 to CO. Dalton Transaction. 2019, 48, 1226.
- Improved H evolution in quaternary SIGS chalcopyrite semiconductors. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2018, 122, 24512.
- Exciton delocalization derives rapid singlet fission in nanoparticles of acene derivatives. Journal of American Chemical Society. 2015, 127, 6790.
- B.S. in Chemical Physics, University of Toronto
- B.S. in Mathematics, University of Toronto
- M.A. in Chemistry, Princeton University
- Ph.D. in Chemistry, Princeton University