Daeyeon Lee

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE)

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Honors and Awards:  Soft Matter Lectureship Award - Soft Matter - 2017, S. Reid Warren, Jr. Award - School of Engineering and Applied Science - University of Pennsylvania - 2017, Penn CBE Distinguished Teaching Award - the University of Pennsylvania student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) - 2016, Unilever Young Investigator Award in Colloid and Surfactant Science - 2014, AIChE Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) Young Investigator Award - 2013, Van Ness Award - 2013, 3M Nontenured Faculty Award - 2013, KIChE President Young Investigator Award - 2012, Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) Young Investigator Award - 2011, NSF CAREER Award - 2011, Victor K. LaMer Award - 2010, Gold Award in Materials Research Society (MRS) Graduate Student Award Competition - 2006, MIT Materials Day Best Poster Award - 2006, Grand Prize Award for Excellence in Polymer Research Sponsored by MIT PPST and Schlumberger - 2006, Omnova Solutions Signature University Award for Excellence in Polymer Research - 2005

Research Expertise: Soft Matter | Colloid and Interface Science | Polymers | Nanostructured Materials

The vision of Daeyeon and the Soft Materials Research and Technology (SMART) Lab is to develop deep understanding of the interactions between soft materials. His group seeks to extend the obtained knowledge to enable the assembly of nano-/micro-scale materials into macroscopic structures that have designed properties and functionality. The major research efforts in the lab include understanding the behavior of Janus particles at fluid interfaces, understanding and improving the assembly and mechanical properties of nanoparticle films, the generation of hierarchical structures using emulsions and bubbles as templates, and development of catalytic systems for biomass conversion.

Member of:

PhD Chemical Engineering - MIT 2007
BS Chemical Engineering - Seoul National University 2001

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