I received B.S. in physics from Seoul National University. During my undergraduate, I studied the theory of open quantum systems (i.e. non-unitary evolution of open quantum systems) and its connection with quantum thermalization, under the guidance of Prof. Uwe R. Fischer 

I am now a physics PhD student at Yale University (also affiliated with Yale Quantum Institute), and supervised by Prof. Liang Jiang. Currently, I am working on optimal quantum error correction for lossy bosonic systems, and its application to quantum communication.