Jaeyoun Oh


Office Location
Innovation, Science, and Technology Building, 4700 Research Way, Room {2027 C}, Lakeland, FL 33805


Ph.D. in Computational Science with an emphasis in Mathematics, University of Southern Mississippi, 2018
M.S. in Computational Mathematics, University of Southern Mississippi, 2012
B.E. in Mechanical Engineering, Korea Aerospace University, 2005


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Dr. Jaeyoun Oh is an instructor of mathematics at Florida Polytechnic University. Before joining Florida Poly, she spent a year at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) as a visiting assistant teaching professor after her graduation in 2018. She also worked as a graduate teaching assistant in the math department at USM and taught her own sections of undergraduate level math courses. As a Ph.D. student, she was a founding officer of the USM chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics. Her research interests are focused on solving PDEs by using mesh-free methods, and they include the development of novel techniques and the designs of adaptive algorithms.



  • Adaptive mesh-free methods
  • Radial basis functions-collocation method
  • Method of fundamental solutions
  • Transformed angular basis functions
  • Boundary value problems


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