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IIASA Alumnus Evolution and Ecology
Chulwook Park studied kinesiology (motor control and learning) at the Seoul National University, where he earned his master’s degree in 2011 and PhD degree in 2016. In his PhD thesis, he focused on the elementary symmetry dynamics embedding in an ecological context from a nonlinear perspective. From 2014 to 2015, he studied at the Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, Department of Psychology at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, USA). Currently he is a senior researcher at the Institute of Sports Science at Seoul National University.
Dr. Park joined IIASA and the National Research Foundation of Korea in March 2017, and is currently working at IIASA as an IIASA-NRF Postdoctoral Research Scholar with the Evolution and Ecology Program (EEP). His general field of interest is invariant property patterns of the living system through eco-evolutionary dynamics and system risk.
Last update: 13-MAR-2017
Park C (2018). Cognitive Function State Underlying Patterns of Movement Coordination during Behaviors by the Elderly: Applied to a System Approach. International Journal of Human Movement Science 12 (1): 127-151. DOI:10.23949/ijhms.2018.04.12.1.11.
Park C (2018). Biological autonomy and control of function in circadian cycle. Korean Journal of Sport Science 29 (3): 443-455. DOI:10.24985/kjss.2018.29.3.443.
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