Welcome to my homepage! I'm Jiwoong Jang. I'm a graduate student working in the department of mathematics of University of Wisconsin-Madison. My advisor is Professor Hung Vinh Tran. My research interest lies in mean curvature flows in view of viscosity solutions, coagulation-fragmentation equations and Hamilton-Jacobi equations.
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Department of Mathematics
Madison, Wiconsin, 53706, US
Office: 101-#14, Van Vleck Hall
Email: jjang57 (at) wisc.edu
2. Capillary-type boundary value problems of mean curvature flow with force and transport terms on a bounded domain, arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.02715, 2021.
Level-set forced mean curvature flow with the Neumann boundary condition (with Dohyun Kwon, Hiroyoshi Mitake and Hung Vinh Tran), submitted.