Department of Mathematics, Korea University AnamDong, SeongbukGu, Seoul 136713, Korea Email: tinayoyo@korea.ac.kr 
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< 2017 >
1.
A phasefield model and
its hybrid numerical scheme for the tissue growth, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim,
Applied Numerical Mathematics, accepted, 2017.
2.
Finite difference method
for the BlackScholes equation without boundary conditions, Darae Jeong, Minhyun
Yoo, and Junseok Kim, Computational Economics, accepted, 2017.
3.
A finite difference method
for a conservative Allen–Cahn equation on
nonflat surfaces, Junseok Kim, Darae Jeong, SeongDeog Yang, and Yongho Choi,
Journal of Computational Physics, accepted, 2017.
< 2016 >
4. Basic principles and practical applications of the CahnHilliard equation, Junseok Kim, Seunggyu Lee, Yongho Choi, SeokMin Lee, and Darae Jeong, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, accepted, 2016.
5. A multigrid solution for the CahnHilliard equation on nonuniform grids, Yongho Choi, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Applied Mathematics and Computation, accepted, 2016.
6. Practical estimation of a splitting parameter for a spectral method for the ternary CahnHilliard system with a logarithmic free energy, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, accepted, 2016.
7. A comparison of numerical methods for ternary fluid flows: immersed boundary, levelset, and phasefield methods, Seunggyu Lee, Darae Jeong, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, KSIAM, Vol. 20, pp. 83106, 2016.
8. Accurate and efficient computations of the Greeks for options near expiry using the BlackScholes equations, Darae Jeong, Minhyun Yoo, and Junseok Kim, Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, Vol. 2016 ID 1586786, 2016.
9. The daily computed weighted averaging basic reproduction number for MERSCoV in South Korea, Darae Jeong, Chang Hyeong Lee, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, Physica A, Vol. 451, pp. 190197, 2016.
10. Numerical investigation of local defectivity control of diblock copolymer patterns, Darae Jeong, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, Condensed Matter Physics, Accepted
11. A practical finite difference method for the threedimensional BlackScholes equation, Darae Jeong, Taekkeun Kim, Jaehyun Jo, Minhyun Yoo, Yongho Choi, Seunggyu Lee, Hyeongseok Hwang, Minhyun Yoo, and Junseok Kim, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 252, pp. 183190, 2016.
12. A practical numerical scheme for the ternary CahnHilliard system with a logarithm free energy, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, Physica A, 442 (2016) 510–522.
13. Comparison study of numerical methods for solving the AllenCahn equation, Darae Jeong, Seunggyu Lee, Dongsun Lee, Jaemin Shin, and Junseok Kim, Computational Materials Science, 111 (2016) 131–136.
< 2015 >
14. A comparison study of
explicit and implicit numerical methods for the equitylinked securities, Minhyun Yoo, Darae
Jeong, Seungsuk Seo, and Junseok Kim, The Honam Mathematical Journal, Vol. 37,
No. 4, pp. 441455, December, 2015.
15. Microphase separation patterns in diblock copolymers on curved surfaces using a nonlocal CahnHilliard equation, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, The European Physical Journal E, 38(11) (2015) 1–7; Cover page.
16. Motion by mean curvature of curves on surfaces using the AllenCahn equation, Yongho Choi, Darae Jeong, Seunggyu Lee, Minhyun Yoo, and Junseok Kim, International Journal of Engineering Science, 97 (2015) 126–132.
17. An immersed boundary method for a contractile elastic ring in a threedimensional Newtonian fluid, Seunggyu Lee, Darae Jeong, Wanho Lee, and Junseok Kim, Journal of Scientific Computing, (2015), 1–17.
18. Robust and accurate method for the BlackScholes equations with payoffconsistent extrapolation, Darae Jeong, Yongho Choi, Junseok Kim, Young Rock Kim, Seunggyu Lee, and Minhyun Yoo, Communications of the Korean Mathematical Society 30 (2015) 297–311.
19. Numerical implementation of the twodimensional incompressible NavierStokes equation, Yongho Choi, Darae Jeong, Seunggyu Lee, and Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 19 (2015) 103–121.
20. Energyminimizing wavelengths of equilibrium states for diblock copolymers in the hexcylinder phase, Darae Jeong, Seunggyu Lee, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, Current Applied Physics 15 (2015) 799–804 IF: 1.814.
21. An efficient numerical method for evolving microstructures with strong elastic inhomogeneity, Darae Jeong, Seunggyu Lee, and Junseok Kim, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 23 (2015) 045007 IF: 2.167.
22. A fast and robust numerical method for option prices and Greeks in a jumpdiffusion model, Darae Jeong, Young Rock Kim, Seunggyu Lee, Yongho Choi, WoongKi Lee, JaeMan Shin, HyoRim An, Hyeongseok Hwang, and Junseok Kim, J. Korean Soc. Math. Educ. Ser. B: Pure Appl. Math. 22 (2105) 159–168.
23. A hybrid numerical method for the phasefield model of fluid vesicles in threedimensional space, Jaemin Shin, Darae Jeong, Yibao Li, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 78 (2015) 63–75 IF: 1.244.
24. Accuracy, robustness, and efficiency of the linear boundary condition for the BlackScholes equations, Darae Jeong, Seungsuk Seo, Hyeongseok Hwang, Dongsun Lee, Yongho Choi, and Junseok Kim, Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 2015 (2015) Article ID 3590282015, 10 pages.
25. Fast local image inpainting based on the AllenCahn model, Yibao Li, Darae Jeong, Jungil Choi, Seunggyu Lee, and Junseok Kim, Digital Signal Process 37 (2015) 65–74 IF: 1.256.
< 2014 >
26. Numerical analysis of energyminimizing wavelengths of equilibrium states for diblock copolymers, Darae Jeong, Jaemin Shin, Yibao Li, Yongho Choi, JaeHun Jung, Seunggyu Lee, and Junseok Kim, Current Applied Physics 14 (2014) 1263–1272 IF: 1.814.
27. Comparison of numerical methods (BICGSTAB, OS, MG) for the 2D Black–Scholes Equation, Darae Jeong, Sungki Kim, Yongho Choi, Hyeongseok Hwang, and Junseok Kim, J. Korean Soc. Math. Educ. Ser. B: Pure Appl. Math. 21 (2014) 129–139.
28. A fourthorder spatial accurate and practically stable compact scheme for the Cahn–Hilliard equation, Chaeyoung Lee, Darae Jeong, Jaemin Shin, Yibao Li, and Junseok Kim, Physica A 409 (2014) 17–28 IF: 1.676.
29. An adaptive finite difference method using farfield boundary conditions for the Black–Scholes equation, Darae Jeong, Taeyoung Ha, Myoungnyoun Kim, Jaemin Shin, InHan Yoon, and Junseok Kim, Bulletin of Korean Mathematical Society 51 (2014) 1087–1100.
30. An accurate and robust numerical method for micromagnetics simulations, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, Current Applied Physics 14 (2014) 476–483 IF: 1.814.
31. A regimeswitching model with the volatility smile for twoasset European options, Junseok Kim, Darae Jeong, and DongHun Shin, Automatica 50 (2014) 747–755 IF: 2.919.
32. Adaptive mesh refinement for simulation of thin film flows, Yibao Li, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Meccanica 49 (2014) 239–252 IF: 1.747.
33. Physical, mathematical, and numerical derivations for the CahnHilliard equations, Dongsun Lee, JooYoul Huh, Darae Jeong, Jae Min Shin, Ana Yun, and Junseok Kim, Computational Materials Science 81 (2014) 216–225. IF: 1.878.
< 2013 >
34. An adaptive multigrid technique for option pricing under the BlackScholes model, Darae Jeong, Yibao Li, Yongho Choi, Kyoungsook Moon, and Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 17 (2013) 295–306.
35. A comparison study of ADI and operator splitting methods on option pricing models, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 247 (2013) 162171. IF: 0.989.
36. Threedimensional volumeconserving immersed boundary model for twophase fluids flows, Yibao Li, Ana Yun, Dongsun Lee, Jaemin Shin, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 257 (2013) 3646 IF: 2.617.
37. A conservative numerical method for the CahnHilliard equation with Dirichlet boundary conditions in complex domains, Yibao Li, Darae Jeong, Jaemin Shin, and Junseok Kim, Computers and Mathematics with Applications v (2013) 102115. IF: 2.069.
< 2012 >
38. An efficient and accurate numerical scheme for Turing Instability on a predatorprey model, Ana Yun, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 22 (2012) 1250139. IF: 0.921.
39. Analysis for the concept of smooth curve by velocity, Myeongsuk Choi, Darae Jeong, Junseok Kim, Journal of Educational Research in Mathematics 22(1) (2012) 2338.
40. Mathematical model and numerical simulation of the cell growth in scaffolds, Darae Jeong, Ana Yun, and Junseok Kim, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 11 (2012) 677688. IF: 3.331.
41. Finite element analysis of Schwarz P surface pore geometries for tissue engineered scaffolds, Jae Min Shin, Sungki Kim, Darae Jeong, Hyun Geun Lee, Dongsun Lee, Joong Yeon Lim, and Junseok Kim, Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2012 (2012) Article ID 694194 IF: 1.349.
42. A robust and accurate phasefield simulation of snow crystal growth, Yibao Li, Dongsun Lee, Hyun Geun Lee, Darae Jeong, Chaeyoung Lee, Donggyu Yang, and Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 16 (2012) 1529.
< 2011 >
43. A conservative numerical method for the CahnHilliard equation in complex domains, Jae Min Shin, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Journal of Computational Physics 230 (2011) 74417455 IF: 2.138.
44. The effects of mesh style on the finite element analysis for artificial hip joints, Jae Min Shin, Dongsun Lee, Sungki Kim, Darae Jeong, Hyun Geun Lee, Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 15 (2011) 5765.
< 2010 >
45. An operator splitting method for ELS option pricing, Darae Jeong, InSuk Wee, and Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 14(3) (2010) 175187.
46. An unconditionally stable hybrid numerical method for solving the AllenCahn equation, Yibao Li, Hyun Geun Lee, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Computers and Mathematics with Applications 60(6) (2010). IF: 2.069.
47. A CrankNicolson scheme for the Landau Lifshitz equation without damping, Darae Jeong and Junseok Kim, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 234 (2010) 613623. IF: 0.989.
< 2009 >
48. An accurate and efficient numerical method for the BlackScholes equations, Darae Jeong, Junseok Kim, and InSuk Wee, Commun. Korean Math. Soc. 24(4) (2009) 617–628.
49. Fast and automatic inpainting of binary images using a phasefield model, Darae Jeong, Yibao Li, Hyun Geun Lee, and Junseok Kim, J. KSIAM 13(3) (2009) 225236.
50. An unconditionally gradient stable numerical method for solving the AllenCahn equation, JeongWhan Choi, Hyun Geun Lee, Darae Jeong, and Junseok Kim, Physica A 338(9) (2009) IF: 1.676.

<
2016 >
1.
Practical estimation of a splitting parameter for the ternary
CahnHilliard system, KSIAM 2016 Spring Conference, May 1921, 2016, National
Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NIMS), Daejeon, Korea.
2.
A multigrid solution for the Cahn–Hilliard equation
on nonuniform grids , KMS 2016 Spring Meeting, April 2224, 2016, Sungkyunkwan
University, Suwon, Korea.
< 2015 >
3. Direct comparison study of the Cahn–Hilliard equation with real experimental date, 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Society for Mathematical Biology, November 2022, 2015, Novotel Ambassador, Busan, Korea.
4. A phasefield model and its hybrid numerical scheme for the tissue growth, 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Society for Mathematical Biology, September 1819, 2015, Chonnam National University, Gwangju, Korea.
5. An efficient numerical approach for the Cahn–Hilliard equation on curved surfaces 2015 KWMS the 11th international conference, July 23, 2015, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea.
6. An efficient numerical approach for the Cahn–Hilliard equation on spherical surfaces KSIAM 2015 Spring Conference, Applied May 2930, 2015, Sungkyunkwan university, Suwon, Korea.
< 2014 >
7. A practical numerical scheme for the threecomponent Cahn–Hilliard system with a logarithm free energy, (Poster presentation) 2014 Seoul  Tokyo Conference, Applied Partial Differential Equations: Theory and Applications, Dec 1314, 2014, KIAS, Seoul, Korea.
8. Numerical approach for phase field model of tissue growth, 2014 KMS Annual Meeting, Oct 2425, 2014, Yonsei University, Korea.
9. A fourthorder spatial accurate and practical stable compact scheme for the Cahn–Hilliard equation, KSIAM 2014 Spring Conference, May 2324, 2014, Seoul National University, Korea.
10. A fast and stable numerical method for evolving microstructures with strong elastic inhomogeneity, KMS 2014 Spring Meeting, April 2426, 2014, GangneungWonju National University, Korea.
< 2013 >
11. Valuation of European threeasset options with adaptive finite difference method, KSIAM 2013 Annual Meeting, University of Seoul, Korea.
< 2012 >
12. Mathematical Analysis of cell growth within tissueengineering scaffolds, International Conference on Applied Mathematics, May 28June 1, 2012, City University of Hong, Hong Kong.
< 2011 >
13. Mathematical Analysis of cell growth within tissueengineering scaffolds, KSMB 2011 Annual Meeting, August 2526, 2011, UNIST, Korea.
14. An adaptive grid
generation technique depending on a farfield boundary position for the Black–Scholes equation,
KSIAM 2011 Spring Conference, May 2728, 2011, NIMS, Korea.