Welcome to Dr. Lee's Research Lab!   

Our research is fundamentally based on applied electromagnetics, and topics vary from biosensors utilizing nanomaterial to wireless power transfer for near-field or far-field applications. See the Research section for more details regarding current research projects. 

Lab News

Fall 2018: 

  • Congratulations to Michael Nolan and Joseph Lee for their publication being accepted: 
    "Feasibility Study of a Microfluidic Solenoid for Discrete Quantitation of Magnetized Cells" has been accepted for presentation at the EMBS Micro and Nanotechnology in Medicine Conference 2018. 

  • New directed study opportunities for Spring 2019
    • Improving the model for blood, cells, ions, and blood vessels using COMSOL multiphysics simulation software. 
    • Literature review on wireless communication of brain waves. 
    • If interested, please send resume to my email: hoseon.lee@kennesaw.edu

Summer 2018:

  • GRA position open for Spring 2019
    • EE, MTRE, ME, Physics, and CS majors are welcome to apply. 
    • Skills in any one of the following: 
      • Circuit simulation: ADS, LTSpice, or similar
      • COMSOL multiphysics simulation
      • Solidworks or AutoCAD for 3D modeling (for 3D printing)
      • App design/development (CS majors)
    • If interested, please send resume to my email: hoseon.lee@kennesaw.edu 
  • Research featured on University System of Georgia homepage

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Spring 2018:

2018 NCUR Conference (National Conference on Undergraduate Research)


Miles and Bryan (left to right) giving a poster presentation at the NCUR conference at the University of Central Oklahoma, on far-field wireless power transfer system, with a transmitter design and a receiver including a charge pump and an ultra low-power boost converter.  


Fall 2017:

  • Publication submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques has been accepted.

2017 EPA P3 Expo (P3: People, Prosperity, Planet)


Dr. Lee, Miguel, and Rohit (left to right) representing Kennesaw State University at the national EPA Expo in Washington D.C. on their research on far-field wireless power transfer with a focus on the RF-DC charge pump design. 


Related publications:

R Nadgauda, H Lee, W Thain, B Diong, "1 GHz charge pump with ultra-low power boost converter for increased output voltage", International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation, 2018 (accepted).