Faculty Profile

Minjoo Lawrence Lee

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Minjoo Lawrence Lee
Minjoo Lawrence Lee
Associate Professor
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
2258 Micro and Nanotechnology Lab
208 N. Wright Street
Urbana Illinois 61801
(217) 300-4430

Affiliation

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Primary Research Area

  • Microelectronics and Photonics

Education

  • Ph.D., MIT, 2003
  • Sc.B., Brown University, 1998

Academic Positions

  • Associate Professor, Yale University, Electrical Engineering, 1/2013- 8/2016
  • Assistant Professor, Yale University, Electrical Engineering, 1/2008-12/2012

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Research Areas

  • Microelectronics and Photonics
  • Semiconductor materials

Teaching Honors

  • Ackerman Award for Teaching and Mentoring (Yale) (2015)

Research Honors

  • Best student presentation award to advisee Michelle Vaisman for her talk, ￿Record-efficiency GaAsP Solar Cells Grown by MBE on GaP/Si,￿ North American Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy (2016)
  • IBM Faculty Award (2016)
  • Best student presentation award to advisee Joseph Faucher for his talk, ￿Initiation strategies for simultaneous control of antiphase domains and stacking faults in GaAs solar cells on Ge,￿ North American Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy (2015)
  • Best student presentation award to advisee Kevin Nay Yaung for his talk, ￿Towards high efficiency GaAsP solar cells on (001) GaP/Si,￿ IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2014)
  • Best student presentation award to advisee Stephanie Tomasulo for her talk, ￿2.2 eV InGaP solar cells on GaP substrates,￿ IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2013)
  • Best poster prize to advisee Jordan Lang for ￿GaAsP solar cells grown on GaP/Si by molecular beam epitaxy,￿ IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2013)
  • Young Investigator Award, North American conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy (2012)
  • Best oral presentation award to advisee Joseph Faucher for his talk, ￿GaAsP solar cells on SiGe/Si virtual substrates with high open-circuit voltage,￿ Materials Research Society Fall meeting (2012)
  • Best student presentation to advisee Christopher Yerino for his talk, ￿Tensile strained III-V quantum dots on a (110) surface,￿ Electronic Materials Conference (2012)
  • Lange Lecturer in Materials (UCSB) (2012)
  • DARPA Young Faculty Award (2011)
  • Best student poster award to advisee Stephanie Tomasulo, ￿2.0 eV metamorphic InGaP solar cells grown by molecular beam epitaxy,￿ North American Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy (2010)
  • NSF CAREER Award (2010)
  • Early Career Author Award, RTI International (2007)
  • Science and Engineering Annual Award, RTI International (2006)
  • George E. Smith Best Paper Award, IEEE Electron Device Society (2005)
  • Gold Award Winner, MRS Spring Meeting (2003)