Current Jenkins Fellow
Hyeongyul Roh is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University. His current research interests lie at the intersection of energy, environmental, and resource economics, and industrial organizations. Currently, Hyeongyul is working on several projects including analyzing the implication of recent dramatic changes to U.S. electricity market, particularly through increased wind generation and falling natural gas prices, and improving the optimal control of evolutionary dynamics governing resistance to transgenic crops. As a part-time modeling analyst for Institute of Transportation Research and Education from 2015 to 2017, Hyeongyul had conducted policy analysis regarding the optimal inspection resource allocation model and effectiveness of seat belt use enforcement in North Carolina. His research uses a variety of methods including Machine Learning, stochastic dynamic programming, and Bayesian statistics to address policy relevant questions in energy, environmental, and resource economics. He holds a master’s degree in mathematical finance from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Inha University.