A third-year astronomy graduate student in Department of Physics and Astronomy at Georgia State University. As I have a huge interest in the structure formation and chemical evolution of the Milky Way, I have been working with Dr. Sebastien Lépine to study the kinematics of K and M dwarfs in the Galactic disk and local halo using SUPERBLINK catalog and Gaia Data Release 2. I'm a graduate astronomy lab coordinator, and a ASTR 1010/1020 lab instructor. I enjoy walking with a cup of coffee (or tea, occasionally), watching movies, reading books, and taking photos.
• Ph.D. student in Astronomy, Georgia State University, the United States, 2016 - Current
• M.S. in Science Education, Ewha Womans University, South Korea, 2015
• B.S. in Earth Science Education / Science Education, Ewha Womans University, South Korea, 2013
• The kinematics and chemical properties of K and M dwarfs in the Galactic disk and local halo
• Structure formation and chemical evolution history of the Milky Way
Current Study (Advisor: Sebastien Lépine)
• The kinematics of high-velocities K and M dwarfs in the Galactic disk and local halo from SUPERBLINK and Gaia DR2
• "Spectroscopic Survey of G and K Dwarfs in the Hipparcos Catalog. I. Comparison between the Hipparcos and Photometric Parallaxes", Kim, Bokyoung; An, Deokkeun; Stauffer, John R.; Lee, Young Sun; Terndrup, Donald M.; Johnson, Jennifer A., 2016, ApJS, 222, 19
Teaching Schedules in Fall 2018
• ASTR 1020 Tuesday 12:00 - 13:50
• ASTR 1020 Friday 8:00 - 9:50
Useful Websites for Students
• GSU Astronomy Lab Website
• Join us for public open house events at Hard Labor Creek Observatory (HLCO)!
• The Evening Sky Map provided by Skymaps.com
• Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) serviced by NASA
• Solar System Exploration, NASA Science
• NASA/JPL Desktop/Mobile Applications
I mainly take cityscapes or landscapes, but also try nightscapes and astrophotography.
• Camera: Nikon D5500
• Lenses: Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G, Tokina 11-20mm f/2.8
• Editing software: Adobe Lightroom