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I received my BA and MA at Korea University, and joined the Statistics Department at Yale University in 2006. I was co-advised by Prof. David Pollard and Prof. Harrison Zhou. After receiving my Ph.D., I joined the Statistical Laboratory in 2012.
My main research interests broadly lie in statistical theory and methodology. In particular, I was attracted by decision theory that combines the information from the data with consequences of our decisions in a given statistical problem. Current research interests also include the model misspecification problem, shape restricted estimation, high-dimensional analysis, and adaptive and computationally feasible estimators.