About me

At Monument Vally, Utah, June 2013.

I am a Peter M. Curran visiting assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at the Fordham University. I earned my Ph. D. in Mathematics in 2011 from Seoul National University, under the supervision of Young-Hoon Kiem. After that, I spent two years at University of Georgia as a postdoc, working with Angela Gibney. Before I went to graduate school, I studied Mathematics Education in Seoul National University.

I am broadly interested in geometry, topology and combinatorics of algebraic varieties. My recent research is focused on (1) the birational geometry of moduli spaces, (2) geometric invariant theory, and (3) geometric/numerical properties of conformal blocks.

Curriculum Vitae
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Contact information

address: JMH 418, Department of Mathematics, Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458
e-mail: hmoon8 at fordham dot edu