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Jinsu Kim

Assistant Professor

Department of Mathematics

POSTECH

Contact

Room 319, Mathematical Science Building

POSTECH

77 Cheongam-ro, Nam-gu, Pohang-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Republic of Korea

email: jinsukim@postech.ac.kr

Hello. My name is Jinsu Kim. I am an assistant professor in Department of Mathematics at POSTECH.

I was a postdoctoral researcher in Department of Mathematics and the NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research at University of California, Irvine. My mentor was German Enciso.

I received my Ph. D degree in Department of Mathematics at University of Wisconsin-Madison under the guidance of David Anderson (Thesis title : Stochastically modeled reaction networks : positive recurrence and mixing times).

My research interests lie at the intersection of probability, mathematical biology and reaction networks. (See more details in Research)

If you are interested in collaborating for stochastic reaction networks, Markov chains for biological systems, modeling epigenome dynamics, and any other mathematical biology projects, feel free to contact me.

News

  • April 11–13th 2022 — Organizing a workshop: MINDS & IBS BIMAG & APTCP encountering.
  • June 15th 2021 — My high school student mentor, Minseo Kim, will give a talk about his recent research “Revealing the Effect of Hydration on Kidney Stone Formation Through Singular Perturbation Analysis” at SMB 2021.
  • March 2021 — My high school student mentor, Minseo Kim, has won the 2nd place of Orange County Science and Engineering Fair in the category of ‘Mathematics and Software’. His research topic is “Revealing the Effect of Hydration on Kidney Stone Formation Through Singular Perturbation Analysis”. Link for his poster.

Recent / Upcoming Talks (KST)

  • I am going to give a tutorial session for “stochastic simulation algorithms of biochemical systems” at KSIAM Spring meeting 2022 (May 27th–28th 2022).
  • A series of talks at NTHU:
    • Talk1 (Feb 23rd 2022, 4 pm KST), “Reaction networks for a graphical description of biochemical systems: deterministic modeling and the deficiency zero theorem.” (online talk, online link available upon request).
    • Talk2 (March 16th, 2022 4 pm KST) “Reaction networks for a graphical description of biochemical systems: stochastic modeling and related issues.” (online talk, online link available upon request).
    • Talk3 (April 13th, 2022 4 pm KST) “Reaction networks for a graphical description of biochemical systems: three milestones.” (online talk, online link available upon request).
    • Talk4 (May 4th, 2022 4 pm KST) “Reaction networks for a graphical description of biochemical systems: stability and its applications” (online talk, online link available upon request).