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I am a professor of mathematics at the University of Michigan. I work in analysis and probability, and also to some degree in mathematical physics and applied mathematics. My research topics include random matrix theory, integrable systems, integrable probability, KPZ universality, random growth models, spin glass, orthogonal polynomials, and Riemann-Hilbert problems.

##### Coordinates

**Office**: 5838 East Hall, University of Michigan**Tel**: 734-763-2150**Email**: lastname at umich dot edu**Address**: 530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

##### Short profile

- 1995 B.S. KAIST, Korea
- 1999 Ph.D. Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
- 1999–2002 Veblen Instructor, Princeton University and Institute for Advanced Study
- 2022–2003 Assistant Professor, Princeton University
- 2006–2007 Associate Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
- 2002–now Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor, University of Michigan

##### Awards

Sloan Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Kurt O. Friedrichs Prize for an outstanding dissertation in mathematics (NYU), AMS Centennial Research Fellowship, Sloan Research Fellowship, CMFT 2005 Award for an Outstanding Young Researcher, 2016 Simons Fellowship, 2022 ICM Invited Lecturer, 2024 Simons Fellowship