## Kyeongsu Choi

CLE Moore Instructor

Department of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139

Office : 2-165

Email : choiks[at]mit.edu

Curriculum Vitae.pdf updated in October 2017

**Teaching**

Fall 2019 18.101

Past Courses

**My research has been supported by**

National Science Foundation DMS-1811267, 2018-2021

Kwanjeong Fellowship, 2012-2016

**Research**

Ancient asymptotically cylindrical flows and applications (with R. Haslhofer, O. Hershkovits and B. White)

Ancient gradient flows of elliptic functionals and Morse index (with C. Mantoulidis)

Convergence of flows by powers of Gauss curvature to translating soliton (with B. Choi and P. Daskalopoulos)

Ancient low entropy flows, mean convex neighborhoods, and uniqueness (with R. Haslhofer and O. Hershkovits)

Convergence of Curve Shortening Flow to Translating Soliton to appear in **Amer. J. Math.** (with B. Choi and P. Daskalopoulos)

Uniqueness of convex ancient solutions to mean curvature flow in higher dimensions (with S. Brendle)

Uniqueness of convex ancient solutions to mean curvature flow in R^3 **Invent. Math.** 217(1) (2019), 35-76. (with S. Brendle)

Translating solutions to the Gauss curvature flow with flat sides to appear in **A&PDE** (with P. Daskalopoulos and K.A. Lee)

Asymptotic behavior of flows by powers of the Gaussian curvature **Acta Math.** 219(1) (2017), 1-16. (with S. Brendle and P. Daskalopoulos)

Uniqueness of closed self-similar solutions to the Gauss curvature flow included in BCD above. (with P. Daskalopoulos)

The evolution of complete non-compact graphs by powers of Gauss curvature **J. reine angew. Math.** 757 (2019), 131-158. (with P. Daskalopoulos, L. Kim and K.A. Lee)

The Q_k flow on complete non-compact graphs (with P. Daskalopoulos)