Math/Stat Symposium (MST) Symposium

This symposium will be an annual celebration for the Korean-American mathematics and statistics community in cooperation with the US-Korea Conference. The goal of this symposium is to bring together all researchers in the areas of mathematics, statistics, related science and engineering from Korea and the United States. Participants will have the opportunity to share recent advances in their research, to network and to forge stronger connections.

The tentative format of the symposium will be as follows:

There will be one poster session and eight oral presentation sessions. The poster session is scheduled for Friday afternoon (August 8th). The eight oral sessions, each of which will consist of four to six speakers. Each speaker will have 20-minutes. There will be three mathematics sessions on Thursday, two sessions (in Math and/or Stat) on Friday, and three sessions (in Stat and/or Math) on Saturday. Among the eight, three sessions will feature this year's special sessions on Bio-Statistics, Bio-Informatics and Bio-Mathematics.

We cordially invite all researchers in all areas of mathematical science to join us.


Chair

Sung-Yell Song
Iowa State University
USA
Co-Chair   Co-Chair

MoonJung Cho
US Bureau of Labor Statistics
USA
 
Taesung Park
Seoul National University
Korea
Keynote Speakers
NameAffiliationTitle
Moon Jung ChoU.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Taesung ParkSeoul National University
Sung-Yell SongIowa State University
Session Chairs
NameAffiliationSession
Ji Young ChoiShippensburg UniversityAlgebra and Discrete Mathematics (8/7/14 (1:30- 3:30pm))
Donsig JangMathematica Policy ResearchStat: Theory and Application I (8/9/14 (8-9:40am))
Jae Hun JungSUNY BuffaloApplied and Financial Math (8/7/14 (4 - 6pm)
Sookkyung LimUniversity of CincinnatiBio-Mathematics (8/8/14 (8-9:40am))
Grace Hyun KimUCLAAnalysis and Geometry (8/7/14 (8-9:40am))
Hae Soo OhUNC CharlottePartial geometric designs and difference families
Taesung ParkSeoul National UniversityBio-Stat and Bio-Informatics (8/8/14 (1:30-3:30pm))
Yonil ParkNational Institute of HealthStat: Theory and Application II (8/9/14 (1:30-3:30 pm))
Invited Speakers
NameAffiliationTitle
Eungchun ChoKentucky State UniversityGeometry, Topology and Data Analysis II
Ji Young ChoiShippensburg UniversityImpossible counterexamples to Collatz conjecture
Yoonha ChoiStanford UniversityFamily-based genetic study of immune thrombocytopenia based on the combined analysis of genome-wide linkage scan and whole genome sequencing
YounJeong Choi Genentech Inc.Applying an Integrative Approach for Understanding Bladder Cancer Biology
Yun ChonAmgen Inc.Study designs reducing placebo response
Joon HaNIHExploration of pathways to diabetes with a mathematical model
Donsig JangMathematica Policy ResearchAdaptive design focusing on timely and on-budget delivery of high quality data
Woncheol JangSeoul National UniversityShrunken Discriminant Analysis
Jae Hun JungSUNY BuffaloSpectral filtering and conjugation for the successive identification of discontinuities
Yeona KangBrookhaven National LaboratoryQSPR/PET Imaging Predicts Blood-Brain barrier Transport and Efflux of Benzamides
Grace Hyun KimUCLAInitial study of spatial heterogeneity in lung air-trapping
SunWong KimDongguk UniversityEvaluating coverage and accuracy of census list of households using new IT
Jae Kwang KimIowa State UniversityPropensity-score-adjustment method for nonignorable nonresponse
Namhee KimNewYork UniversityComputational RNA Topology Prediction by a Hierarchical Graph Sampling Approach
Soeun KimUniversity of Texas, Health Science CenterModel based imputation methods for missing covariates in regression models with interactions
Sunhee Kwon RoOnyx PharmaceuticalsSample size re-estimation in multi-center oncology trials with time-to-event endpoint using Bayesian
Sookkyung LimUniversity of CincinnatiSimulations of bacterial flagellar budling by using the generalized immersed boundary method
Hae Soo OhUNC CharlotteCollocated enrichment for isogeometric analysis of elliptic boundary value problems with singularities
MyungShin OhBaxter Healthcare Co.Applications and Limitations of Statistical Modelling
Inho ParkPukyung national UniversityA study on design effect models for stratified multi-stage sampling
Yonil ParkNCBI, National Library of Medicine, NIHImportance sampling for a Markov renewal success process
Minsun SongNational Institute of Health, NCITesting calibration of risk models at extremes of disease-risk
Eunjeong YiTexas A&M, GalvestonThe fractional metric dimension of trees and generalized prisms