Dr. Kim directs a group in the Department of Physics at Harvard University. His research interests include the mesoscopic investigation of transport phenomena and probing the electric, thermal and thermoelectrical properties of low dimensional nanoscale materials. His team has made important contributions to carbon based nanoscale material studies, and has revealed unique and peculiar properties of graphene and atomically thin 2-dimensional materials and their heterostructures. In these studies, his group found numerous examples of the manifest of many-body interaction of the Dirac fermions in the extreme quantum limit. Dr. Kim has won numerous awards for his research, including the Oliver E. Buckley Prize from the American Physical Society, the Dresden Barkhausen Award, an IBM Faculty Award, the Ho-Am Prize and a National Science Foundation Faculty Career Award. Dr. Kim earned his PhD from Harvard University.
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Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems
Harvard University, Department of Physics