I am a third year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan. My advisor is Michael Zieve.
I have obtained M.S. in mathematics from Seoul National University in May 2015. My thesis advisor was Atanas Iliev. Before that I have obtained B.A. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2013. I have not written any senior thesis, but I have developed much of my interest in mathematics by working with Melanie Matchett Wood.
In general, I am interested in algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, and algebraic topology. More specifically, I like to think about relationships between point-count over finite fields and (co)homology groups, using motivic zeta series over Grothendieck ring of certain spaces.
Here are some talks I have given:
Fall 2017: Rationality of Topological Zeta Functions, (Student Representation Theory Seminar, University of Michigan)
Fall 2016: Topological methods for some arithmetic questions, (Undergraduate Math Club, University of Michigan)
|Fall 2017||Math 116 (University of Michigan)|
|Winter 2017||Math 216 (TA,University of Michigan)|
|Fall 2016||Math 116 (TA, University of Michigan)|
|Winter 2015||Math 115 (University of Michigan)|
|Fall 2015||Math 115 (University of Michigan)|
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