My research focuses on mathematical biology. Among numerous interesting topics, my interests are chemical reaction network theory, stochastic model reduction method (especially quasi-steady-state approximation), Bayesian statistical analysis to infer mysterious Markovian/non-Markovian dynamics of biochemical reaction networks.

Beyond the mathematical topics, I am working on collaborative works to solve biological problems. One is developing non-invasive biomarker to diagnose congnitive impairment from wearable data.

Appointment

Aug. 2023 – current

Van Vleck Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Education

Ph.D., Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST (Mar. 2018 – Aug. 2023)

B.Sc., Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST (Mar. 2013 – Feb. 2018)