I recently received my Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (advisor: Victor M. Zavala). In June 2021, I will start as a postdoctoral researcher at the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory. I spent the 2020 Summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory (worked with Carleton Coffrin and Kaarthik Sundar) and the 2018 Summer at Argonne National Laboratory (worked with Mihai Anitescu). I was an undergraduate researcher at Jong Min Lee's group at Seoul National University. My research interests include model predictive control, optimization algorithms (in particular, distributed algorithms for large-scale, nonlinear, continuous optimization problems), and their applications to large-scale energy infrastructures (such as natural gas and power networks). I am the main developer of structure-exploiting nonlinear optimization solver MadNLP.jl and nonlinear modeling pacakge SimpleNL.jl. I was the winner of the 2020 AIChE Annual Meeting CAST Directors’ Student Presentation Award (YouTube link) and a recipient of the Korea Presidential Science Fellowship, Kwanjeong Fellowship, and Grainger Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship.