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Seoncheol Park

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Seoncheol Park is a PCIC Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. His position is part of a collaboration between the Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute, the pan-Canadian Global Water Futures project, and PCIC. He is developing and applying statistical approaches based on extreme value theory in order to study the potential impacts of changes in drought-related extremes.

Seoncheol earned his Ph.D. in statistics at Seoul National University in South Korea. His research interests include extreme value statistics, spatio-temporal data analysis, and their application to climate and environmental data.

  • Ph.D., Statistics, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea, 2018.
  • B.S., Mathematical Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea, 2013.
Selected Publications: 
  • S. Park, J. Kwon, J. Kim and H.-S. Oh (2018). Prediction of extremal precipitation by quantile regression forests: from SNU Multiscale team. Extremes, 21(3), 463—476.
  • S. Park and H.-S. Oh (2017). Spatio-temporal analysis of particulate matter extremes in Seoul: use of multiscale approach. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 31(9), 24012414.