Faculty Profile

Stephanie Lee

Building: McLean
Room: 402
Phone: 201.216.3591
Fax: 201.216.8306
Email: stephanie.lee@stevens.edu
School:  Schaefer School of Engineering & Science
Department:  Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
  • Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) - 2012, Princeton University
  • M.A. (Chemical Engineering) - 2009, Princeton University
  • B.S. (Chemical Engineering - 2007, MIT

Solution-processable materials for renewable energy applications, nanostructured materials, hybrid polymers, crystal engineering

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, New York University, September 2012 – July 2014
  • Course Instructor, New York University, September 2012 – May 2014
Honors & Awards
  • Postdoctoral and Transition Program for Academic Diversity Fellowship (2012-2014)
  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship (2009-2012)
  • American Physical Society Frank J. Padden Award finalist (2011)
  • Schowalter Travel Fund Award (2011)
  • Wu Travel Fund Award (2009)
  • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society (2007)
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2007)
Professional Societies
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • Materials Research Society
Selected Publications
  1. A.G. Shtukenberg, S.S. Lee, B. Kahr, M.D. Ward. (2014). "Manipulating crystallization with molecular additives", Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 5, 77.  Article  .
  2. S.S. Lee, J.M. Mativetsky, M.A. Loth, J.E. Anthony, Y.-L. Loo. (2012). "Charge transport across interspherulite boundaries in solution-processed organic semiconductor thin films", ACS Nano, 6, 9879.  Article  .
  3. S.S. Lee, S. Muralidharan, A.R. Woll, M.A. Loth, Z. Li, J.E. Anthony, M. Haataja, Y.-L. Loo. (2012). "Controlling nucleation in binary, solution-processed organic semiconductor thin films", Chemistry of Materials, 24, 2920.  Article  .
  4. S.S. Lee, S.B. Tang, D.-M. Smilgies, A.R. Woll, M.A. Loth, J.M. Mativetsky, J.E. Anthony, Y.-L. Loo. (2012). "Guiding crystallization around bends and sharp corners", Advanced Materials, 24, 2692.  Article  .
  5. S.S. Lee, M.A. Loth, J.E. Anthony, Y.-L. Loo. (2012). "Orientation-independent charge transport in single spherulites from solution-processed organic semiconductors", Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 5436.  Article  .
  6. S. Avasthi, S.S. Lee, Y.-L. Loo, J.C Sturm. (2011). "Role of majority and minority carrier barriers silicon/organic hybrid heterojunction solar cells", Advanced Materials, 23, 5762.  Article  .
  7. S.S. Lee, Y.-L. Loo. (2010). "Structural complexities in the active layers of organic electronics", Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 59, 1.  Article  .
  8. J.B. Kim, S.S. Lee, M. Toney, Z. Chen, A. Facchetti, Y.S. Kim, Y.-L. Loo. (2010). "Reversible soft-contact lamination and delamination for non-invasive fabrication and characterization of bulk-heterojunction and bilayer organic solar cells", Chemistry of Materials, 22, 4931.  Article  .
  9. S.S. Lee, C.S. Kim, E.D. Gomez, B. Purushothaman, M.F. Toney, C. Wang, A. Hexemer, J.E. Anthony, Y.-L. Loo. (2009). "Controlling nucleation and crystallization in solution-processed organic semiconductors for thin-film transistors", Advanced Materials, 21, 3605.  Article  .
  10. C.S. Kim, S.S. Lee, E.D. Gomez, J. Kim, Y.-L. Loo. (2009). "Transient photovoltaic behavior of air-stable, inverted organic solar cells with solution-processed electron transport layer", Applied Physics Letters, 94, 113302.  Article  .