Park Jun-Yong (朴俊勇)

Mailing Address:

Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik
Vivatsgasse 7
53111 Bonn

Email: junepark [at] mpim-bonn [dot] mpg [dot] de



About me

I am a postdoctoral fellow at Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn, Germany.
I spent the 2018-2021 academic years as a research fellow at IBS Center for Geometry and Physics.
I received Ph.D. in 2018 from University of Minnesota under the supervision of Craig Westerland.

I'm primarily interested in arithmetic & algebraic geometry -- motive / cohomology of moduli of fibrations, fibred algebraic surfaces and their moduli stacks, enumerating curves and abelian varieties over global function fields.
I am also interested in the theory of smooth 4-manifolds regarding the Lefschetz fibrations.

Here are my profiles on MathSciNet, ZbMATH, arXiv and Curriculum Vitæ.


I am not teaching for this year (however, I love teaching Vector Calculus and Linear Algebra!).

Publications and Preprints

    • Arithmetic topology of the moduli stack of Weierstraß fibrations over function fields
    • (with Oishee Banerjee and Johannes Schmitt)
      < work in progress >

    • Arithmetic geometry of the moduli stack of Weierstraß fibrations over P1
      (with Johannes Schmitt)
    • < Preprint, arXiv, Journal >

    • Enumerating odd-degree hyperelliptic curves and abelian surfaces over P1
      (with Changho Han)
    • < Preprint, arXiv, Journal >

    • Motive of the moduli stack of rational curves on a weighted projective stack
      Research in the Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 1, #1 (2021) (with Hunter Spink)
      Special issue of PIMS 2019 Workshop on Arithmetic Topology
    • < SharedIt, arXiv, Journal >

    • Arithmetic of the moduli of semistable elliptic surfaces
      Mathematische Annalen, Vol. 375, No. 3-4, 1745-1760 (2019) (with Changho Han)
    • < SharedIt, arXiv, Journal >

    • Unique fiber sum decomposability of genus 2 Lefschetz fibrations
      Topology and its Applications, Vol. 222, 29-52 (2017)
    • < arXiv, Journal >

    • Lantern substitution and new symplectic 4-manifolds with b2+ = 3
      Mathematical Research Letters, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1-17 (2014) (with Anar Akhmedov)
    • < arXiv, Journal >


    Last updated: March 28th 2022