**Byoung**
**Du
(B.D.) Kim,**

*the*
*fool,
corruptor of words, man of many falsities, and student of mathematics*

**Email**:
byoungdu.kim (and add "at" vuw.ac.nz)

**Apologies**:
This site used to show emails (bdkim@msor.vuw.ac.nz
and bdkim@mcs.vuw.ac.nz)
which have not been valid for a while, and I did not know about it
for a long time. (Insidiously, they did not send you a “delivery
failed” message, so I nor the sender can know that the email was
never delivered.) I apologize to anyone who has emailed to those
emails, and never received a reply.

**Papers**

The
parity conjecture for elliptic curves at supersingular reduction
primes

*Compositio*
*Math*
143 (2007) 47-72.

The
algebraic functional equation of an elliptic curve at supersingular
primes

*Mathematical
Research Letters*
15, Issue 1, January 2008.

The
parity conjecture over totally real fields for elliptic curves at
supersingular reduction primes

*The
Journal of Number Theory *129
(2009), no. 5, 1149-1160.

The
Iwasawa invariants of the plus/minus Selmer groups

*The
Asian Journal of Mathematics *13
(2009), no. 2, 181-190.

Nonvanishing of Hecke L-functions and the Bloch–Kato conjecture (joint with Riad Masri and Tonghai Yang)

*Mathematische*
*Annalen,*
349 (2011),
no. 2, 301-343.

The
Plus/Minus Selmer Groups for Supersingular Primes

*The
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, *Volume 95
/ Issue 02 / October 2013, pp 189-200*.*

Signed-Selmer groups over the -extension of an imaginary quadratic field,

*The
Canadian Journal of Mathematics* Vol.
66 (4), 2014 pp. 826—843.

__Two-variable
p-adic L-functions of modular forms for non-ordinary primes,__

*The
Journal of Number Theory* Volume
144, November 2014, Pages 188—218

Congruences of two-variable p-adic L-functions of congruent modular forms of different weights

To
appear in *the Ramanujan Journal*

Workshop on Number Theory, December 2012, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand

If someone asks me why I do math, I will answer with this song: Shape of My Heart, Sting