Mark Lee is a Professor of physics as well as the department's Associate Head. His main areas of research involve:
- Experimental solid-state physics,
- Materials physics or
- Electronic and photonics device physics .
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Theoretical Simulation of Negative Differential Transconductance in Lateral Quantum Well nMOS Devices (American Institute of Physics Inc, 2017-01-23)We present a theoretical study of the negative differential transconductance (NDT) recently observed in the lateral-quantum-well Si n-channel field-effect transistors J. Appl. Phys. 118, 124505 (2015)]. In these devices, ...
Microwave Conductance of Aligned Multiwall Carbon Nanotube Textile Sheets (2014-12-30)Multiwall carbon nanotube (MWNT) sheets are a class of nanomaterial-based multifunctional textile with potentially useful microwave properties. To understand better the microwave electrodynamics, complex AC conductance ...
Negative Differential Transconductance in Silicon Quantum Well Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field Effect/Bipolar Hybrid Transistors (American Institute Of Physics Inc., 2014-11-25)Introducing explicit quantum transport into Si transistors in a manner amenable to industrial fabrication has proven challenging. Hybrid field-effect/bipolar Si transistors fabricated on an industrial 45 nm process line ...