Somyi Baek |

206 Church St SE, Vincent Hall 503 |

Minneapolis, MN 55414 |

612.624.7890 |

somyib (at) umn (dot) edu


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
- Investigation of the long-term effects of varying climate factors (such as the carbon level and atmospheric temperature) at different rates
- Model validation of existing climate models for strengths/weaknesses

My resume can be found above, next to my name, or here.

I am currently looking for internship opportunities in data science in Seoul, South Korea for 2018.

Industry Experience

Data Analytics Intern at Ecolab RD&E | Summer 2017 | Eagan, MN

I worked on 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

Intern for Cellnovo. Analysis of data imported from Cellnovo's diabetes management systems.

Corporate Consulting Intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Korea | July 2015 | Seoul, South Korea

I conducted mathematical & data analyses for consulting projects that improved and optimized business operations for renowned companies such as Samsung, BMW Korea, and Standard Chartered Bank.


Calculus for Biology | 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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