Prof. Lee got Tenured in June 2019, with a promotion to Associate Professor in September, for the contributions and leadership in academia, research and professional societies in the field of electrochemical energy materials and systems, and lab-on-a-chip microfluidic biosensor technologies. He made an innovation on graphene-based nanomaterials for electrochemical energy systems, and contributed to the advancement of next-generation energy materials. Dr. Lee also introduced an innovative concept to the disease detection based on nano biochip technology through blood self-separation technology, which will revolutionize the current standard protocol of disease detection and diagnosis in biomedical applications.