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I am a fifth year Ph.D. student in Mathematics at the Ohio State University. I am working under the guidance of Facundo Memoli.  I am interested in the theoretical foundations for persistence theory in topological data analysis and its application to dynamical systems. Also, I am interested in metric geometry.

Prior to my time at Ohio State, I earned my Bachelor’s degree at Seoul National University in South Korea in 2014.

Contact

kim.5235 [AT] osu.edu

Room 336, Mathematics Building,
231 W 18th Ave, Columbus, OH