Min Roh has a Ph.D. in Computer Science, as well as a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She also has dual Bachelor of Science degrees, in Computer Science and Mathematics, from the University of British Columbia. Min’s thesis and graduate research focused on numerical methods for discrete stochastic systems with an emphasis on rare event probability estimation. She has also done sensitivity analysis and developed graph-theory related applications for companies doing work in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and even real-time geospatial information retrieval. In her role as a research scientist in IDM’s Applied Math team, Min is developing new stochastic compartmental algorithms that will efficiently simulate epidemiological systems.