Park Jun-Yong (朴俊勇)

Mailing Address:

IBS Center for Geometry and Physics
Mathematical Science Building, Room 108
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
77 Cheongam-ro, Nam-gu, Pohang, Gyeongbuk, KOREA 37673

Office: RIST IV #4415-1

Email: junepark_at_ibs.re.kr / junepark_at_math.umn.edu



Teaching
Research
Travel
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About me

I received Ph.D. in 2018 under the direction of Craig Westerland at University of Minnesota.

Prior to finishing my dissertation, I was fortunate to cover mathematics in various étale sites;  Williams College,  Penn State - MASS Program,  Independent University of Moscow - Math in Moscow, and Brown University.

I'm currently a postdoctoral research fellow at IBS Center for Geometry and Physics.

I am familiar with 4-manifolds and motivic arithmetic & étale topology of the moduli stacks of algebraic surfaces.

Here are my profiles on Google Scholar, MathSciNet, ZbMATH, and arXiv.

Teaching

I am not teaching for this year.

Publications and Preprints

    • Lantern substitution and new symplectic 4-manifolds with \({b_{2}}^{+} = 3\) (with Anar Akhmedov)
      Mathematical Research Letters, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1-17, (2014).
    • < Preprint, Journal >

    • Unique fiber sum decomposability of genus 2 Lefschetz fibrations
      Topology and its Applications, Vol. 222, 29-52, (2017).
    • < Preprint, Journal >

    • Arithmetic of the moduli of semistable elliptic surfaces (with Changho Han)
      Mathematische Annalen, To appear, (2019).
    • < Preprint, Journal >

    • Étale topology of the space of rational functions and the moduli stack
      of stable elliptic surfaces
    • < Preprint, Journal >

    • Tate motives of the moduli of rational curves on weighted projective
      stacks and arithmetic of the moduli of unstable elliptic surfaces

      (with Kenneth Ascher, Dori Bejleri and Changho Han)
    • < work in progress >

Travel

Miscellaneous

Last updated: October 28th 2018