I am a Ph.D student in applied mathematics pursuing a doctoral minor in statistics. I am working with
Prof. Richard McGehee on problems arising in dynamical systems of
the planet earth. I am particularly interested in the following topics:
- Modeling long-term behaviors of Earth's climate given the data on its prior states
- Model validation of existing climate models for strengths/weaknesses
- Extending model structure to a larger data set
My resume can be found above, next to my name, or here.
I am currently looking for full-time opportunities in data science.
Data Science Intern for Cargill at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications | January - August 2019 | Minneapolis, MN
I conducted time series analysis for improved price prediction of commodities trading.
Data Analytics Intern at Ecolab RD&E | Summer 2017 | Eagan, MN
I worked on designing a pipeline for rare events classification and prediction at dairy processing plants, as well as exploratory data analysis of extra service calls for equipment maintenance.
Consulting Intern at the Office of University Economic Development at the University of Minnesota | Spring 2017 | Minneapolis, MN
As consulting interns for Cellnovo, my team and I conducted analysis of data imported from Cellnovo's diabetes management systems, with the goal of validating current system parameters and checking performance.
Corporate Consulting Intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Korea | July 2015 | Seoul, South Korea
I worked on mathematical & data analyses for consulting projects that improved and optimized business operations for renowned companies such as Samsung, BMW Korea, and Standard Chartered Bank.
Precalculus | Spring 2020
Calculus for Biology | Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Honors Differential Equations and Linear Algebra | Spring 2017
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra | Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014
Multivariable Calculus | Spring 2015
Calculus 1 | Spring 2014, Fall 2013
Mathematics and Climate Research Network (MCRN)
University of Minnesota Mathematics Department
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