Graduate student · Department of
Mathematics · University of Utah · hkim@math.utah.edu

I am now a **2nd
year graduate student** in the Biophysics
and Stochastics Research Group at the University of Utah,
advised by Professor Paul
Bressloff. Before coming to the University of Utah, I received
my MSc in Computational Science
and Engineering from Yonsei University, South Korea, advised
by Professor Jeehyun
Lee and Hee-Dae
Kwon, and my BSc in Mathematics from the same university.

I am primarily interested in mathematically and computationally
analyzing biological phenomena with stochastic and deterministic
differential equations. Currently, I am focusing on intercellular
signaling via cytoneme,
a long and thin cellular projection, during morphogenesis
of cell development.

**H. Kim**and P. C. Bressloff. Direct vs. synaptic coupling in a mathematical model of cytoneme-based morphogen gradient formation*Submitted*(2018)

- J. Lee,
**H. Kim**, H. Kwon and M. Yoon. Estimation of effective reproduction number using Kalman filter algorithms*In preparation*

- P. C. Bressloff and
**H. Kim**. Bidirectional transport model of morphogen gradient formation via cytonemes*Phys. Biol.***15**026010 (2018) [presentation]

**Engineering Calculus I Lab**· MATH 1310 ·

**Calculus I Lab**· MATH 1210 · 2017Sp, 2017Fa**Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Lab**· MATH 2250 · 2016Fa**Numerical Analysis I**· CSE 5810 · 2014Fa, 2015Sp, 2015Fa (grader)

- Ken Bain. What
the best college student do?
- Rob Phillips.
Theory in
Biology: Figure 1 or Figure 7?
- Claire Tolmin and Jeffrey Axelrod. Biology by numbers: mathematical modelling in developmental biology. "A successful mathematical model in development is one that helps to answer specific questions about the developmental process."
- Sean Carroll. Endless Forms Most Beautiful: The New Science of Evo-Devo and the Making of the Animal Kingdom [youtube] · "This book tells the story of the enormous diversity that has been created from combining a small number of common ingredients."
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These notes are largely based
on MATH 6730 · Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods course,
taught by Paul
Bressloff in Fall 2017, at the University of Utah,
co-authored with Chee
Han Tan.