Jae Hyung Sim
PhD Candidate in Mathematics
I am a PhD candidate and a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Boston University. My advisor is Glenn Stevens. I completed my B.A. in mathematics with a minor in computer science at the University of Chicago.
I am interested in number theory with an inclination towards algebraic number theory. More specifically, I am interested in Stark's Conjectures and Hilbert's 12th Problem.
You can also find me in my office at Boston University's CCDS 536.
You can reach me via email at simjhsim [at] bu.edu.
Summer 2022. I am working as an assistant to David Fried
in running the returning student labs for PROMYS this summer.
I am working as a TA for the first year of GirlsGetMath@BU. [Link]
I worked with Boston University's Center for Teaching and Learning to put together an introductory webpage for alternative grading. [webpage pending]
Earlier in the summer, I taught Linear Algebra (MA 242) while implementing an ungrading/self-assessment system.