Jiewon Park's Homepage
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Mathematics
Email: jiewon at mit dot edu
I am Jiewon Park, a fifth year graduate student in the MIT Math Department. My advisor is Tobias Holck Colding.
I am interested in differential geometry.
Here is my CV (last updated 10/28/2019).
- Canonical Identification at Infinity for Ricci-flat Manifolds, preprint. arXiv:1910.12287 (link) (2019)
- (with Wenchuan Tian and Changliang Wang) A Compactness Theorem for Rotationally Symmetric Riemannian Manifolds with Positive Scalar Curvature, Accepted for publication at Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly. (2018)
- Matrix Inequality for the Laplace Equation, International Mathematics Research Notices, Volume 2019, Issue 11, June 2019, 3485-3497.
- TBD, CMS 75th Anniversary Summer Meeting, University of Ottawa, June 5-8, 2020.
- A smooth analogue for the distance function for Ricci curvature, AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting: Special Session on Geometric Flows and Minimal Surfaces, Auburn University, Mar 16, 2019.
Teaching and Grading
- 18.02 Calculus, Fall 2019, teaching assistant (lectures by Davesh Maulik)
- 18.01A-02A Calculus, Fall and IAP 2018, teaching assistant (lectures by Davesh Maulik)
- 18.152 Introduction to PDEs, Spring 2018, grader (lectures by Jared Speck)
- 18.01 Calculus, Fall 2017, teaching assistant (lectures by Jared Speck)
- 18.950 Differential Geometry, Fall 2016, grader (lectures by Heather Macbeth)
I mentored two undergraduates in the MIT UROP+ program in the summer of 2017 - one project on the equivariant first Chern class, and one project on self similar solutions of the vortex filament equation (or binormal flow) and the curve shortening flow.
I co-organized the Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar (PUMAGRASS) during 2016-2017.