Professor, Applied Math
Arts & Computational Sciences 347
Ph.D., 2000 - University of Washington
M.S., 1997 - University of Washington
B.S., 1995 - Northwestern University
Professor Kim is interested in interdisciplinary research problems at the interface between mathematics, science and engineering. In particular, he studies wave propagation in random media with applications to biomedical optics and wireless communications.
This research includes the study of differential and integral equations, asymptotic analysis, scientific computing and inverse problems.