Postdoctoral Fellow | C.R. Wiley Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Utah
"Mathematics is the most beautiful and most powerful creation of the human spirit. " - Stephan Banach.
“Mathematics knows no races or geographic boundaries; for mathematics, the cultural world is one country.” - David Hilbert.
I am a Postdoctoral Fellow and C.R. Wiley Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Utah. I completed my Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2023 under the guidance of Dr. Andrea Bertozzi. My research interests lie in modeling, analysis, and numerical analysis of Partial Differential Equations arising in physics and engineering problems. Prior to my Ph.D., I completed a Master's degree in Math from UCLA and B.S in Math from the University of California, Irvine.
My name is pronounced as "Buoyant" with "t" silenced. It works perfectly because, for my Ph.D. thesis, I created numerical methods for fluid mechanics problems!
Current Teaching (F2023): Math 2280 Introduction to Differential Equation
Office hour at JWB 219:
11AM-12PM (Mon.), 1PM-2:30PM (Wed.)
Kim, B., Ji, H., Bertozzi., A., Sadeghpour A., Ju, S. ``A positivity-preserving numerical method for a thin liquid film on a vertical cylindrical fiber." In Journal of Computational Physics. [Print] [Code]
Kim, B. “Theory of Positivity-Preserving Numerical Methods for Thin ViscousLiquids Flowing Down Vertical Fibers” PhD thesis, University of California, LosAngeles, 2023.[Link]
Kim, B., Lou, Y. ``Two-Step Blind Deconvolution of UPC-A Barcode Images.'' In: Demir, I., Lou, Y., Wang, X., Welker, K. (eds) Advances in Data Science. Association for Women in Mathematics Series, vol 26 (2021), Springer, Cham. [Link]
Birns, S., Kim, B., Ku, S., and Stangl, K. ``A Practical Study of Longitudinal Reference-Based Compressed Sensing for MRI.'' In Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal, Vol. 17, Iss. 2, Article 1 (2016). [Link]