Kim, Seick
Research Interest
Professor Kim received bachelor's degree in mathematics from KAIST in 1997 and received his
Ph.D. degree in mathematics from the University of Minnesota in 2003. He received the Fabes
MemorialThesis Award from the University of Minnesota. From 2003 to 2006, he was a
postdoctoral fellow at the University of Missouri at Columbia. He was also a visiting member of the
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley in 2005. Prior to joining the faculty at Yonsei
University, he was a research fellow at Australian National University. He is a recipient of the
TJ Park Junior Faculty Fellowship.

His research interests are mainly the theory of partial differential equations with emphasis on elliptic
and parabolic types. His research includes estimates of Green's functions, Harnack's inequality,
fully nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations, optimal transportation, heat kernel estimates on
manifolds, singular integrals, and square function estimates with applications to boundary value

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