me,me,me

Jihyeok Choi


Visiting Scholar

215 Carnegie Building
Department of Mathematics
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244

E-mail: jchoi46 [at] syr.edu

Math Office: (315) 443-3849 , Fax: (315) 443-1475

Here is my CV


Research Interests

My main areas of interest are graph theory, probability and combinatorics. I am working on graph colorings, random graphs and complex networks.

Teaching

Spring 2013:  MAT 397 (M003: MWF 10:35 - 11:30am, M004: MWF 11:40am - 12:35pm) (Blackboad)
        Office Hour: MF 8:30 - 9:30am, T noon - 2pm or by appointment

Fall 2012:  MAT 285 (M009: TTh 2 - 3:20pm, M010: TTh 3:30 - 4:50pm) (Blackboad)
        Office Hour: TWTh 9 -12:00(noon), TTh 5:30 - 7:30pm or by appointment

Spring 2012:  MAT 285 (M004: TTh 2 - 3:20pm, M005: TTh 3:30 - 4:50pm) (Blackboad)
        Office Hour: TWTh 9 -11:30am, W 2 - 5 pm or by appointment

Fall 2011:  MAT 397 (M002: MW 5:15pm - 6:35pm, M008: MW 3:45pm - 5:05pm) (Blackboad, WebAssign)


Publications

M. Axenovich and J. Choi, On colorings avoiding  a rainbow cycle and a fixed monochromatic subgraph, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 17(1), 2010, Research Paper 31, 15pp. (pdf).

M. Axenovich and J. Choi,  A note on monotonicity of mixed Ramsey numbers, Discrete Mathematics, 311(17):2020--2023, 2011. (pdf)

M. Axenovich, J. Choi, M. Lastrina, T. McKay, J. Smith and B. Stanton, On the chromatic number of subsets of the Euclidean plane, to appear in  Graphs Combin. (pdf)

J. Choi,  A note on Anti-Ramsey number for cycles. (preprint)

J. Choi and S. Sethuraman, Large deviations of the degree structure in preferential attachment schemes, Ann. Appl. Probab., 23(2):722--763, 2013. (pdf)


Some slides are here.


Useful links