Park Jun-Yong (朴俊勇)

Mailing Address:
School of Mathematics
University of Minnesota
127 Vincent Hall
206 Church St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Office: 454 Vincent Hall

Email: junepark at math dot umn dot edu



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About me

I'm a doctoral student in pure mathematics at the University of Minnesota advised by Craig Westerland.

I am familiar with the geometry & topology of 4-manifolds and the arithmetic & number theory.

In smooth 4-manifolds, my interest lies in the classification problem with regard to exotic smooth structures as well as the reducibility of the moduli of algebraic surfaces under the deformation types versus the diffeomorphism types.

In arithmetic of moduli spaces, my interest lies in the philosophy of considering the moduli of fibrations and producing its arithmetic invariants with the aspiration of finding relevant applications to number theory under the global fields analogy.

Here are my profiles on Google Scholar and MathSciNet.

I am currently visiting the Department of Mathematics at the Brown University hosted by Thomas Goodwillie.

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)
    • < Preprint, submitted >

    • Arithmetic & Topology of the moduli of weighted stable elliptic surfaces
      (with Kenneth Ascher, Dori Bejleri and Changho Han)
    • < work in progress >

    • Moduli of fibered surfaces and heuristics for counting hyperelliptic curves over global fields
      (with Kenneth Ascher and Dori Bejleri)
    • < work in progress >

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Last updated: December 20th 2017