jskim@math.wisc.edu

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Graduate Student in Department of Mathematics (Ph.D. Program)

Research
Interests.
My research interests lie at the intersection of probability, stochastic analysis, and mathematical biology.
I work on characterizing the possible qualitative behaviors of classes of stochastically modeled biochemical reaction
networks based upon their network structures. More details are here.

Teaching. I have taught multiple different types of classes in my time at UW-Madison. These include (i)
TAing for a standard calculus discussion section (25 to 30 students), (ii) running my own semester
long class that consists of *Wisconsin Emerging Scholars* (with less than 20 students), which is an
honor reserved for only highly evaluated graduate student teachers, and (iii) hosting large review
sessions during exam periods (usually with more than 100 students). Course materials for my current and past classes are here.

Papers.

1. David F. Anderson and Jinsu Kim, Some network conditions for positive recurrence of stochastically modeled reaction networks, submitted, 2017.

2. David F. Anderson, Daniele Cappelletti and Jinsu Kim, Some network conditions for positive recurrence of stochastically modeled reaction networks II, preprint, 2017

3. David F. Anderson, Daniele Cappelletti, Wai-Tong (Louis) Fan and Jinsu Kim, Mixing times for some classes of stochastically modeled reaction networks, preprint, 2017