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name research interests email
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Hyejeon Cho distance measurements; properties and evolution of early-type galaxies, globular cluster systems, clusters of galaxies; stellar population synthesis models

hyejeon.cho@gmail.com

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Wonki Lee numerical simulations, merging galaxy clusters, radio relics

wklee786@gmail.com

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HyeongHan Kim weak lensing, merging galaxy clusters, radio relics

astro.hh.kim@gmail.com

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Hyungjin Joo intracluster stars, dark matter, galaxy cluster

gudwls4478@gmail.com

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Sangjun Cha strong-lensing mass reconstruction, machine learning, dark matter

sang6199@yonsei.ac.kr

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Dongak Park dark matter, merging galaxy clusters, numerical simulation

dongaks@yonsei.ac.kr

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Zach Scofield weak lensing with James Webb Space Telescope

zpscofield15@gmail.com

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Boseong Cho cosmology with weak gravitational lensing

a775914@yonsei.ac.kr

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Hyosun Park galaxy-galaxy lensing, weak lensing bias measurement, machine learning

hyosun.park@yonsei.ac.kr

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Hyegyeong Kim galaxy-galaxy lensing

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YOUNG alumni active in the field

name research interests current position email
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Benjamin L'Huillier, Ph.D. Université Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris, France Cosmology, Advanced Statistical Method, and Numerical Simulations
Faculty, Sejong University lhuillier.benjamin@gmail.com
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Cris Sabiu, Ph.D. University of Portsmouth, UK Cosmology, Baryonic Acoustic Oscillations, Modified Gravity, Weak Gravitational Lensing


Faculty, University of Seoul csabiu@gmail.com
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Mijin Yoon, Ph.D. University of Michigan, USA Baryonic Feedback, Shear Calibration, Cosmology; Kinematic Dipole; Large Scale Structure; Weak Gravitational Lensing
Postdoc, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands mjwitch@gmail.com
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Kyle Finner, Ph.D. Yonsei University, Korea Merging Merging galaxy clusters, gravitational weak Lensing, HST, JWST, and Subaru data analysis for weak lensing
Staff scientist, California Institute of Technology kylefinner@gmail.com
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Hyunmi Song, Ph.D. Seoul National University, Korea Galaxy clusters, Lyman-alpha emitters, cosmology
Faculty, Chungnam National University hmsong@gmail.com
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Jinhyub Kim, Ph.D. Yonsei University, Korea High-Redshift Galaxy clusters, Cluster Scaling Relation, Gravitational Lensing, HST Data Analysis, Point Spread Function modeling
Postdoc, Oxford University jinhyubkim89@gmail.com

YOUNG's breaking news

[May 11, 2023] Dr. Kyle Finner, a YOUNG alumni, was awarded JWST time to observe the massive galaxy cluster XLSSC122 at a redshift of 2.
[Apr 26, 2023] The paper entitled "Model-Independent Mass Reconstruction of the Hubble Frontier Field Clusters with MARS Based on Self-Consistent Strong Lensing Data" was accepted to ApJ (Cha & Jee 2023).
[Jan 5, 2023] The paper entitled "intracluster light is already abundant at redshift beyond the unity" is published in Nature (Joo & Jee 2023).