I completed my Ph. D. from the Division of Applied Mathematics of Brown University under the supervision of Prof. David Gottlieb. My dissertation titled "Multi-domain spectral penalty method for hyperbolic systems : Theory and Application" won the Joukowsky Outstanding Dissertation Award. After I graduated from Brown, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia with Prof. Bernie D. Shizgal as my postdoctoral advisor. I was also a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences(PIMS). After the postdoctoral position, I have been an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth before I joined the SUNY Buffalo. Before then, I received my BA and MS in Astrophysics from the Department of Astronomy of Seoul National University with Prof. Changbom Park as advisor. My Master's thesis was on the generation of the cosmic primordial magnetic fields in the early Universe.

Associate Professor
Mathematics, SUNY at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260-2900

Office: 328 Mathematics Building
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Email: jaehun at buffalo dot edu