수학통계학과


수학통계학과

 



수학통계학과

한국뉴욕주립대학교 수학통계학과 홈페이지에 방문하신 것을 환영합니다.

우리 과는 2016년 봄학기에 학부(학사) 과정과 대학원(석사, 박사) 과정을 개설하였습니다.

한국뉴욕주립대학교 수학통계학과는 미국 최고의 연구 대학 중 하나인 스토니브룩 대학과 밀접하게 연관되어 있습니다.

또한, 스토니브룩 수학통계학과의 교직원들과 협력하여 강의와 연구 활동을 진행하고 있습니다.

한국뉴욕주립대학교는 모든 학부생과 대학원생에게 스토니브룩에서 1년을 보낼 기회를 제공합니다.

수학통계학과의 학부 과정과 대학원 과정을 모두 제공합니다.

한국뉴욕주립대학교 수학통계학과의 대학원 과정은 2017년 가을 학기부터 시작되었습니다.

제공되는 다양한 프로그램들을 통해 응용수학, 통계와 관련한 학문적인 연구를 가르치고, 배우고, 시행할 수 있습니다.

수학통계학과 학생들의 미래 직업은 금융, 보험계리학, 통계학, 의학, 학계 등으로 다양하게 분포되어 있습니다.

수학통계학과 웹사이트를 방문해 어떤 프로그램이 있는지 알아보시기 바랍니다.

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Hongshik Ahn FacultyHongshik Ahn, Professor, B.S. in Mathematics, Seoul National University, Ph.D. in Statistics, 1992, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Statistics; Survival Analysis

Hongshik Ahn’s specialty is tree-structured regression modeling for censored survival data.  After earning his Ph.D., he initially worked as a statistician at the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) on animal carcinogenicity, developmental toxicology, and drug stability analysis. He came to Stony Brook in 1996, but continued working on NCTR problems while developing new collaborations with Stony Brook biomedical researchers. His research has been funded by NIH. He was the first Vice President of SUNY Korea. After two years in Stony Brook, he returned to SUNY Korea in 2016 as the Chair of new AMS program.

Office: Academic Building B519, Phone: 82-32-626-1900  

http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~hahn/ 

 

 

Kyle Bradford FacultyKyle Bradford, Assistant Professor, B.S. in Mathematics and Statistics, M.S. in Statistics, Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2013, Oregon State University: Applied Probability

Kyle Bradford’s dissertation was on the topic of adiabatic evolutions. After earning his Ph.D., he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Nevada Reno. He is currently working on machine learning to develop an algorithm for better image identification.

Office: Academic Building B525, Phone: 82-32-626-1911 

 

Tan Cao Faculty

Tan H. Cao, Assistant Professor, B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy, Vietnam, M.S. in Mathematics, University of Orleans, France, Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2016, Wayne State University, USA: Control Theory

After earning his Ph.D., Tan H. Cao worked as a mathematics lecturer at Vietnamese-German University in Vietnam. His interests mainly focus on the area of control theory, nonlinear and variational analysis, nonsmooth analysis and generalized differentiation, optimization, and applications. Currently, he is working on optimal control of a perturbed sweeping process and finding some applications to the crowd motion model.

Office: Academic Building B524, Phone: 82-32-626-1912 

 

 

Kazem Mahdavi FacultyKazem Mahdavi, Research Professor, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Tehran University, M.A. and Ph.D. in Mathematics, SUNY Binghamton, 1983: Quantum Computation, Geometrical Group Theory, Classical Group Theory

After earning his Ph.D., Kazem Mahdavi worked at SUNY Potsdam from 1983 to 2006 as a Mathematics Professor. Since then, he worked at University of Texas at Tyler as Mathematics and Computer Science Professor until 2013. After visiting Ithaca College as a Visiting Professor of Mathematics, he joined SUNY Korea as a Research Professor in 2015.

Office: Academic Building A511, Phone: 82-32-626-1384

 

 

Joseph Mitchell FacultyJoseph Mitchell, Chair of Stony Brook AMS, Distinguished Professor, B.S. in Physics and Mathematics, M.S. in Mathematics, Carnegie Mellon University, Ph.D. in Operations Research, 1986, Stanford University: Computational Geometry

Joe Mitchell is one of the country’s leaders in computational geometry, which studies the design, analysis, and implementation of efficient   algorithm to solve geometric problems. His particular interest is applications to problems in computer graphics, visualization, robotics, manufacturing, geographic information systems, and computer vision. A major current application is helping air traffic controllers route airplanes around bad weather. He received Chancellor’s/President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. He will visit SUNY Korea in spring 2017 and teach AMS 311 as part of team teaching.

http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~jsbm/jsbm.html

 

 

Suil O FacultySuil O, Assistant Professor, B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics, Busan National University, Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2011, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: Extremal and Spectral Graph Theory

Suil O’s research interests lie in graph theory, particularly extremal and spectral problems on regular graphs. After earning his Ph.D., Suil O worked at the College of William and Mary, Georgia State University, Simon Fraser University, and Sungkyunkwan University. He is currently working on the relations between eigenvalues and structures in graphs.

Office: Academic Building B523, Phone: 82-32-626-1913 

 

 

Surender Kumar FacultySurender Kumar, Lecturer, B.Sc. in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and M.Sc. in Physics, University of Delhi, India, Ph.D. in Physics 2016, Shivaji University, India, 2016: Physics, Mathematics

Surender Kumar was Assistant Professor and Head of the Physics Department at Pandit Anant Ram S.D. College, Baroh, India. He joined SUNY Korea in 2015. His Ph.D. work was interdiciplinary and focused on microwave-material interaction and soft synthesis techniques for nanoscale transition metal oxides. He teaches physics and mathematics courses at SUNY Korea.

Office: Academic Building A507, Phone: 82-32-626-1388

 

Xiaolin Li FacultyXiaolin Li, Professor, B.S. in Physics, Wuhan University, China, M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, 1987, Columbia University: Computational Applied Mathematics

Xiaolin Li's major research objective is to design and implement a high resolution numerical method, the front tracking method, for the study of fluid interface instabilities such as the Rayleigh-Taylor instability and the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability. His research has involved collaborations with scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory and Brookhaven National Laboratory and the software has been used for research of various scientific problems such as the inertial confinement fusion and the study of fuel injection nozzle. He visited SUNY Korea and taught courses in fall 2016.

http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~linli/

 

 

Moonwon Suh FacultyMoon W. Suh, Leading Professor, B.S. in Textile Engineering, Seoul National University, M.S. in Textile Technology, Ph.D. in Statistics, North Carolina State University: Statistical Modeling for Manufacturing and Textile Materials, Experimental Design

After earning his Ph.D., Moon W. Suh worked in both industry and academia. He was Senior Statistician & Operations Research Analyst at Burlington Industries from 1969 to 1987 until he joined North Carolina University. Since 2010, he was Charles A. Cannon Professor of Textile and Apparel Technology and Management, Professor of Statistics (Associate Member), and Professor of Operations Research (Regular Program Faculty) at North Carolina State University.

Office: Academic Building A520, Phone: 82-32-626-1952

 

Stony Brook Faculty 

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

 

 

Chair: Hongshik Ahn, Ph.D.

 

Program Coordinator: SeungJun Lee

 

 

Office: B519 Academic Building

Phone: (032) 626-1905

Email: sjlee@sunykorea.ac.kr

AMS Website: http://ams.sunykorea.ac.kr

 

Hongshik Ahn, Ph.D., Chair