LEE Ching Hua

PhD in theoretical physics from Stanford University (2015)

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Email : phylch@nus.edu.sg or calvin-lee@ihpc.a-star.edu.sg

Current Research

Strongly correlated electronic systems

My research explores the intriguing interplay of energetics and topology on strongly interacting electrons. Current directions include:

  • realization of non-abelian fractional quantum Hall (FQH) states
  • holography and conformal field theory
  • fractional Chern insulators and anisotropic FQH
  • out-of-equilbrium (Floquet) studies

Topological metamaterials and classical realizations

I am also interested in realizing topological states beyond electronic systems. In various classical systems, the effects of topology can be exploited for novel technological applications. Specific directions include:

  • topological circuits and their robust electrical resonances
  • topological photonics
  • topological mechanics
  • Floquet topological metamaterials

Selected Publications

  1. Ching Hua Lee, Zlatko Papic and Ronny Thomale, Geometric construction of Quantum Hall clustering Hamiltonians. Physical Review X 5 (4), 041003 (2015).

  2. Bo Yang, Zi-Xiang Hu, Ching Hua Lee and Zlatko Papic, Generalized Pseudopotentials for the Anisotropic Fractional Quantum Hall Effect. Physical Review Letters 118 (14), 146403 (2017).

  3. Martin Claassen, Ching Hua Lee, Ronny Thomale, Xiao-Liang Qi, Thomas P. Devereaux, Position-Momentum Duality and Fractional Quantum Hall Effect in Chern Insulators. Physical Review Letters 114, 236802 (2015).

  4. Ching Hua Lee and Ronny Thomale, Topolectrical Circuits. ArXiv preprint: 1705.01077

  5. Jun Yu Lin, Nai Chao Hu, You Jian Chen, Ching Hua Lee and Xiao Zhang, Dirac points and line degeneracies in two-dimensional nonsymmorphic photonic crystals. To appear in Physical Review B. ArXiv preprint: 1607.06524

  6. Ching Hua Lee and Xiao-Liang Qi, Exact holographic mapping in free fermion systems. Physical Review B 93 (3), 035112 (2016).

  7. Ching Hua Lee and Andrew Lucas, Simple model for Multiple-choice Collective Decision Making. Physical Review E 90, 052804 (2014).

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