Hae-Young Kee

Hae-Young Kee is a theoretical physicist who specializes in studying the condensed-matter physics of complex quantum materials, including spin liquids, topological metals and superconductors, ultra-cold atom systems, frustrated quantum magnets etc. Kee obtained her PhD from Seoul National University and has been a Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto since 2011. Kee is also a CIFAR Fellow of Quantum Materials and her numerous accolades include the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Research Fellowship Award (2003) and the Canada Research Chair Tier II (2001-2011): Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics.