Venice, Italy. (Feb. 2014)
Jeehoon Park's

I am an associate professor at Department of Mathematics, POSTECH (POhang university of Science and TECHnology).

I was a participating member of IBS Center for Geometry and Physics. I was a CRM-ISM postdoctoral fellow at Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McGill University from Sep 2007 to Aug 2009 and a CICMA postdoctoral fellow at McGill University from Sep 2009 to Aug 2010, and being supported by CRM, ISM, and CICMA. I had been appointed as a Clay liftoff fellow during the summer of 2007. I earned my PhD at Boston University May 2007 under the guidence of Glenn Stevens with the thesis "p-adic family of half-integral weight modular forms and its arithmetic applications".

My research area is Number theory and arithmetic geometry, more specifically p-adic modular forms, and special values of (p-adic) L-functions, Iwasawa theory and p-adic (or mod p) Langlands program. Recently I become interested in homotopy theory and quantum field theory and am working on finding a precise and explicit bridge between arithmetic algebraic geometry (number theory) and homotopy theoretic formulation of quantum field theory, with possible applications to open problems on both sides.

See my Curriculum Vitae and Research Papers for details.

Jeehoon Park
Mathematical Science Building 223,
Department of Mathematics, POSTECH
San 31, Hyoja-Dong, Nam-Gu
Pohang, Gyeongbuk, 790-784,
South Korea

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