Developing new climate data analysis tools to make better decisions
My passion is to create data scientific frameworks that help us to make the best decisions for dealing with climate change challenges. Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin as a member of the Computational Visualization Center, working with Professor Chandrajit Bajaj.
I have developed novel methods for time-dependent reliability and risk-based design frameworks accounting for nonstationarity and serial correlation embedded in the stochastic climate-ocean processes. I am passionate about importing state-of-the-art data science methodologies to applications in the energy sector and civil infrastructures. It is always inspiring for me to meet and mentor enthusiastic students for their exciting research projects.
If you have any questions about my work, would like to collaborate, or would like a copy of a journal article behind a paywall, then feel free to email me: taemin at utexas.edu.
2022 Ph.D. Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
2021 M.S. Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, The University of Texas at Austin
2018 M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seoul National University
2016 B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seoul National University