Oh Hee

Korea Institute for Advanced Study

South Korea


Oh was awarded the 2018 Ho-Am Prize for Science for her work on Apollonian circle packings, a concept that can be used to interpret fractals found in nature. (Photo: Korea Institute for Advanced Study)

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