Yoon Koo Lee 

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Summary

Research Interest

•Design, optimize, and develop safe and high-performance energy mobility systems
•Multi-scale, multi-physics battery research from an electrode, cell, module, and pack to systemlevel using both experimental and simulation techniques.
  ◦Cell characterization, material analysis, cell design, and cell production.
  ◦A physics-based electrochemical/mechanical/thermal/degradation model development
  ◦Atomistic simulations using first principle calculations
  ◦Optimization of the battery cell, module/pack, and system performance
  ◦Module and pack system design and development with safety features
  ◦Electric vehicle conversion from ICE (internal combustion engine) by removing engine parts

Education

PhD 2015, University of Michigan
MS 2010, University of Michigan
BS 2009, Seoul National University

Biography

Publication

PUBLICATIONS (†Equal contribution, *corresponding author, #International and Foreign collaborators)

[19]Y.K. Lee, H. Shin*#, “Modeling and simulation of a composite solid-state battery: the effects of stackpressure on the electrochemical and mechanical behavior”, Journal of Energy Storage (IF:9.4), (Accepted)
[18]U. Lee, N. Kang*, Y.K. Lee*, “Shared autonomous electric vehicle system design and optimizationunder dynamic battery degradation considering varying load conditions” Journal of Cleaner Production(IF:11.1), 138795 (2023)
[17]U. Lee, N. Kang*, Y.K. Lee*, “Optimization of module structure considering mechanical and thermalsafety of pouch cell lithium-ion batteries using a reliability-based design optimization approach” Journal ofEnergy Storage (IF:9.4), 72, 108650 (2023)
[16]Y.K. Lee*, “An optimization framework for enhancing cycle life of composite positive electrodes inlithium-ion batteries via composition ratio optimization”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society(IF:4.371),170, 060528 (2023)
[15]Y.K. Lee*, S. Jeon, Y.Jeon, “Modeling of electrochemical performance and its relation to mechanicalresponses of li metal batteries”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society (IF:4.371),170, 060520 (2023)
[14]Y.K. Lee*, “Effect of porous structure and morphology of cathode on the degradation of lithium-ionbatteries”, Journal of Energy Storage (IF:8.78),52, 104788 (2022)
[13]Y.K. Lee, U. Lee, N. Kang*, “Multiscale design optimization of electric vehicles by analytical targetcascading: from battery cell level to marketing level”, Journal of Cleaner Production (IF:11.072), 368,133235 (2022)
[12]Y.K. Lee, J.H. Park, H. Shin*#, “Multi-scale analysis of cathode microstructural effects onelectrochemical and stress responses of lithium-ion batteries”, Journal of Power Sources (IF: 9.719), 548,232050 (2022)
[11] H.S Shin†#, Y.K. Lee†, W. Lu*#, “Structural degradation of graphite anode induced by dissolved manganese ions in Lithium-ion batteries”, Journal of Power Sources (IF:9.719), 528, 231223 (2022)
[10] Y.K. Lee, H.S Shin*#, “Modeling study of stress generation of a single active material particle connected to solid electrolyte in solid-state batteries”, Electrochimica Acta (IF: 6.901), 403, 139639 (2022)
[9] Y.K. Lee*, “The effect of transition metal ions on solid electrolyte interphase layer in Li-ion battery”, Journal of Power Sources (IF: 9.719), 484, 229270 (2021)
[8] Y.K. Lee, J.Song, J.Park*# “Multi-Scale mechanical-electrochemical coupled modeling of stress generation and its impact on cell performance in lithium-ion batteries.”, Electrochimica Acta (IF: 6.901), 138682 (2021)
[7] Y. Kim, J. K. Chae, J.-H. Lee, E. Choi, Y. K. Lee, and J. Song*, “Free manipulation system for nanorobot cluster based on complicated multi-coil electromagnetic actuator”, Scientific Reports (IF: 4.38), 11 (1), 1-9 (2021)
[6] Y.K. Lee, J. Park# and W. Lu*# “A comprehensive experimental and modeling study on dissolution in li-ion batteries”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society (IF: 3.721), 166, A1340 (2019)
[5] Y.K. Lee* “The effect of active material, conductive additives, and binder in a cathode composite electrode on battery performance”, Energies (IF: 2.702), 12, 658 (2019)
[4] Y.K. Lee, J. Park# and W. Lu*# “A comprehensive study of manganese deposition and side reactions in li-ion battery electrodes”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society (IF: 3.662), 164, A2822 (2017)
[3] Y.K. Lee, J. Park# and W. Lu*# “Electronic and bonding properties of limn2o4 spinel with different surface orientations and doping elements and their effects on manganese dissolution”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society (IF: 3.259), 163, A1359 (2016)
[2] X. Lin#, J. Park#, L. Liu#, Y.K. Lee, A.M Sastry#, and W. Lu*# “A comprehensive capacity fade model and analysis for Li-ion batteries”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society (IF: 2.859), 160 (10) A1701-A1710 (2013)
[1] J. Park#, S. Kalnaus#, S. Han#, Y.K. Lee, G. Less#, N. Dudney#, C. Daniel#, and A. M. Sastry*#, “In situ atomic force microscopy studies on lithium (de)intercalation-induced morphology changes in LixCoO2 micro-machined thin film electrodes”, Journal of Power Sources (IF: 5.211), 222 (15), 417–425 (2013)

PUBLICATIONS submitted/in preparation
[9] J. Park, S. Kim, H. Lim, J. Song*, Y.K. Lee*, “Modeling and validation of driving performance of electric vehicle converted from internal combustion engine vehicle”, IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification (IF: 7.0), (Under Review)
[8] J.Shin, Y.K. Lee*, “Multi-Scale mechanical-electrochemical coupled modeling of stress generation and its impact on different battery cell geometries”, Journal of Power Sources (IF:9.2), (Under Review)
[7] Y.K. Lee, J. Kim, C. Sung, J.Choi, “Modeling the influence of initial pressure on mechanical and electrochemical performance in solid-state batteries”, Journal of Energy Storage (IF:9.4), (Under Review)
[6] S.Jeon, Y.K. Lee*, “Modeling of lithium metal degradation and its effect on swelling in li metal batteries”, (In Preparation)
[5] Y.Kim, S.B.Kim, Y.K. Lee*, J.Song*, “Diffusion mechanisms of potassium ions in K-ion batteries”, (In Preparation)
[4] U. Lee, Y.K. Lee*, “Multiscale design optimization of electric vehicles by considering mechanical, thermal safety and degradation”, (In Preparation)
[3] Y.K. Lee*, “Effect of porous structure and morphology of cathode on the thermal runaway of lithium-ion batteries, (In Preparation)
[2] J.Shin, S. Chung, Y.K. Lee*, “Modeling of the hybrid energy system with two different types of battery cell”, (In Preparation)
[1] H.Lim, Y.K. Lee*, “Study on electrochemical performance analysis due to mechanical pressure and deformation between cells based on battery cell count and stack direction”,

Awards

  • 2018 LG Chem R&D Awards Feb, 2018
    ◦Prestige annual awards for the best R&D projects in LG Chem
    ◦Received as a contributing member of measuring and predicting battery swelling
  • CoE Distinguished Achievement Awards, University of Michigan Mar, 2011 7

Research

Teaching

•Battery System Design (Graduate Course), Hanbat National University, 2021,2023.
•Smart Automotive (Graduate Course), Hanbat National University, 2020.
•Eco-friendly Vehicle Battery and Performance CAE, Hanbat National University, 2023.
•Python Programming, Hanbat National University, 2021 ~ 2022.
•Introduction to Design, Hanbat National University, 2020, 2022.
•Capstone Design 1 & 2, Hanbat National University, 2020 ~ 2023.
•Mechanical Experiments, Hanbat National University, 2020 ~ 2023.

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