Myles Kim

Assistant Professor - 9
Myles Kim

Phone 863-874-8513

Location Main Campus

Office IST-2009

Directory Applied Mathematics

Throughout his career as a computation scientist Myles Kim has mastered computational methods that are applicable to the combination of mathematical theories of elasticity, fluid dynamics, and reaction-diffusion system in the context of biological model development. At Florida Polytechnic University, Kim has been developing a computational model to explore the mechanical roles of microtubules in response to anti-cancer treatment and their roles in the cellular functions. He has also been working on a 3D individual cell-based model which incorporates physical interaction between cells, chemical interactions through secretion/consumption, and individually regulated cell-cycle progression including cell proliferation and cell death. This model is suitable to be used for 3D tissue environment simulations and will provide a framework to build a computational model which can capture mechanical and biochemical interaction between tumor cells and stromal cells.

  • Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Brown University, 2004
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Brown University, 2000
  • Intracellular mechanics modeling
  • Cancer cell cycle modeling
  • Agent based modeling
  • Multicellular modeling
  • Medical device modeling