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Kang, Nam-Gyu

Professor

Analysis, Probability

Nam-Gyu Kang works on complex analysis and probability theory. With Nikolai Makarov, he developed the probabilistic and complex analytic articulation of the conformal field theory and its applications to Schramm-Loewner evolution (SLE). His research interests also include fine structures of SLE curves; the universality problems for the distribution of eigenvalues of random normal matrices; Ward's identities for finite Boltzmann-Gibbs ensembles and their application to conformal field theory.
  • Ph.D., Mathematics, Yale University, May 2004 (Thesis Advisor: Prof. Peter W. Jones)
  • C.L.E. Moore Instructor, M.I.T., Jul. 2004 – Jun. 2007
  • Olga Taussky - John Todd Instructor, Caltech, Aug. 2007 – Feb. 2010
  • Assistant Professor, Seoul National University, Mar. 2010 – Feb. 2014
  • Associate Professor, Seoul National University, Mar. 2014 – Dec. 2015
  • Professor, KIAS, Jan. 2016 – Present
  • Prize Teaching Fellow, Yale University, 2004 – 05
  • Clay Liftoff Fellow, Clay Mathematics Institute, 2004
  • Office: 1308 / TEL) 82-2-958-2637 /
  • AI and Natural Sciences, Korea Institute for Advanced Study
  • 85 Hoegiro Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul 02455, Republic of Korea.