About

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 dwarfs in the Galactic disk and local halo using SUPERBLINK proper motion catalog. I am a ASTR 1010/1020 lab instructor as a teaching assistant. I enjoy walking with a cup of coffee (or tea, occasionally), watching movies, reading books, and taking photos.

Education
• 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

→ Curriculum Vitae (in PDF; Updated May 1, 2018)
Research

Interests
• The kinematics and chemical properties of K 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 K dwarfs in the Galactic disk and local halo using their transverse velocities

Publication
• "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

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)!
Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) serviced by NASA
Solar System Exploration, NASA Science
NASA/JPL Desktop/Mobile Applications

Other

Photography
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