ABOUT ME

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Statistics at Pennsylvania State University, co-advised by Dr. David Hunter and Dr. Xiaoyue Niu (Expected August 2018). In 2013, I received a BS in statistics from Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. In most of my research, I study the application of statistical tools to social scientific questions. In my dissertation, I develop several dynamic social network models, both discrete and continuous time models, and apply them to some interesting real-world datasets including United Nations voting data and government email corpora.

Since Summer 2016, I have been working as a research assistant of Dr. Bruce Desmarais (as a member of Governance and Administration in Networks Lab) in the Department of Political Science.  If you want to know more about my research, check out my research and my CV. You can also find my code on Github.