I’m a visiting professor in the math department of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. I study combinatorics, specifically the combinatorics of orthogonal polynomials. I was previously at the University of Minnesota. Here’s how to contact me.
|email:||click to reveal my @kaist.edu address, or you can probably guess it correctly: it’s my family name @ kaist.edu. I digitally sign my messages with GPG; my key is here (key id 58C2E4BA). The digital signature is the little text attachment you see on emails from me.|
|office:||E2–1 (산업경영학동) 2209|
|IM:||use my above email address and the Jabber protocol (in particular, it will work in Google Talk/Gmail)|
KAIST Department of Mathematical Sciences
291 Daehangno, Yuseong-guDaejeon 305–701
My office hours are Monday 14:00–16:30, Tuesday 15:30–16:30, Friday 9:00–11:00 — and, if you cannot come to my office during those times, you can make an appointment. Check my schedule to see when I’m available and email, call or IM me to make an appointment.