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)