Dr. One-Sun LeeScientist | Theory, Modeling, and Simulation
Dr. Lee uses theory and computational methods to study materials for energy storage, forward osmosis for desalination, and self-assembly.
- Ph.D in Physical Chemistry, Seoul National University, 2002
One-Sun Lee worked at Northwestern University and University of Pennsylvania as a post-doctoral fellow. He applied computational methods to develop the models of the solubilization of carbon nanotubes by polymer, DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles, and the self-assembled peptide amphiphiles.
- Outstanding Researcher Award, International Institute for Nanotechnology (2010)
- Honorable Mention, Northwestern Scientific Image Contest (2010)
- Christina J. Newcomb, Shantanu Sur, Julia H. Ortony, One-Sun Lee, John B. Matson, Job Boekhoven, Jeong Min Yu, George C. Schatz, and Samuel I. Stupp. "Cell Death and Cell Survival Instructed by Supramolecular Cohesion of Biomaterials". Nature Communications, 2014, 5, 3321
- One-Sun Lee, Vince Y. Cho, and George C. Schatz. “Modeling the Self-Assembly of Peptide Amphiphiles into Fibers Using Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics”
- Nano Letters, 2012, 12 (9) 4907-4913
- One-Sun Lee, and Samuel I. Stupp, and George C. Schatz. "Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Peptide Amphiphiles Self-Assembly into Cylindrical Nanofibers" Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011, 133 (10), 3677-3683
- One-Sun Lee, Tatiana R. Prytkova, and George C. Schatz. "Using DNA to Link Gold Nanoparticles, Polymers and Molecules: a Theoretical Perspective" Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2010, 1 (12), 1781-1788