David Morris Lee, Ph.D.

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1959-2009 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
 2009- Physics and Astronomy Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
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Lee, David Morris, The Thermal Conductivity and the Density of Liquid HELIUM-3.Thesis (PH.D.)--Yaie University, 1959.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1996 was awarded jointly to David M. Lee, Douglas D. Osheroff and Robert C. Richardson "for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3".

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Henry Alan Fairbank grad student 1959 Yale
 (The thermal conductivity and the density of liquid He3)

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Nicholas P. Bigelow grad student Cornell
Erlend H. Graf grad student 1968 Cornell
James Russell Sites grad student 1965-1969 Cornell
Douglas D. Osheroff grad student 1973 Cornell
Joseph William Serene grad student 1974 Cornell
Drew A. Geller grad student 2000 Cornell
Kleber B. Machado grad student 2000 Cornell
Donald H. Weir grad student 2001 Cornell
Sergey I. Kiselev grad student 2002 Cornell
Nalini S. Rao grad student 2008 Cornell
Ethan P. Bernard grad student 2009 Cornell
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Khmelenko VV, Mao S, Meraki A, et al. (2013) Luminescence of oxygen atoms stimulated by metastable helium at cryogenic temperatures. Physical Review Letters. 111: 183002
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