Jaehun Lee

Thanks for coming. I am a PhD student at Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST, Korea.
In Aug. 2018, I got my M.S. degree in math from KAIST under the supervision of Professor Paul Jung.
My interests are probability and mathematical physics. Here is my CV.

Alternative services in lieu of military conscription (Sep. 2019 ~ Aug. 2022)

Email  jaehun.lee@kaist.ac.kr

URL  https://jaehunlee.com

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Papers

Higher order fluctuations of extremal eigenvalues of sparse random matrices.
Preprint - arXiv:2108.11634

Noise sensitivity for the top eigenvector of a sparse random matrix
with Charles Bordenave, submitted.
Preprint - arxiv:2106.09570

Delocalization and limiting spectral distribution of Erdős-Rényi graphs with constant expected degree
with Paul Jung, Electron. Commun. Probab. 23: 1-13, 2018.
Preprint - arxiv:1710.07002


Talks

Higher order fluctuations of extremal eigenvalues of sparse random matrices
Participant Presentation Session, Connections and Introductory Workshop: Universality and Integrability in Random Matrix Theory and Interacting Particle Systems Part 2, MSRI, Berkeley, 2021.

Noise sensitivity of the top eigenvector of a sparse random matrix
Invited talk, KL-SNU-KAIST Workshop on Stochastics, 2020.

Eigenvalue density of non-Hermitian Levy-Khintchine matrix on macroscopic scales
Contributed talk, Annual Meeting of the Korean Mathematical Society, 2020.

Eigenvectors of sparse random matrices and their variation through resampling
Contributed talk, Annual Meeting of the Korean Mathematical Society, 2019.

Delocalization and limiting spectral distribution of Erdős-Rényi graphs with constant expected degree
Contributed talk, Spring Meeting of the Korean Mathematical Society, 2018.


Last update: October 2021