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    I am currently an Associate Proffesor of Mathematics Department in Işık University. I graduated from Boğaziçi University with an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and continued my studies there until I received my masters degree. I wrote my thesis in the area of Absract Harmonic Analysis under the supervision of my advisor Prof. Ali Ülger.


    Afterwards I moved to Connecticut U.S. to receive my Ph.D. degree. I succesfully completed the program in 2010. I wrote my dissertation under the supervision of my advisor Prof. Richard F. Bass. My dissertation is about Littlewood-Paley Theory from a Probabilistic point of view and its playground when the underlying process is a symmetric stable proccess.


    After the completion of the Ph.D. program at the University of Connecticut, I received a post-doc offer from the Mathematics Department of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada. I worked for the Mathematics department for 2 years and did my research with the probability group of UBC.


    I moved back to Istanbul in 2012, and has been working as a full-time faculty at Işık University ever since.


    I am teaching various classes including all levels of Calculus, Probability, Real Analysis and Functional Analysis. I received an award about my teaching skills from the Mathematics Department of UBC in 2012, namely "Excellence in Teaching Award 2012". Additionally, I received acknowlagement letters from the Department of Mathematics of University of Connecticut about excellence of teaching skills and high students evaluations.  



2010 - 2012

University of British Columbia - Canada



2005 - 2010

University of Connecticut - United States

Ph. D. 

Advisor: Richard. F. Bass

2002 - 2005

Boğaziçi University - Turkey

Masters Degree

Advisor: Ali Ülger

1997 - 2002

Boğaziçi University - Turkey

Undergraduate Degree



Probabilistic Potential Theory

I am interested in probabilistic techniques used in Potential Theory. These techniques allows us to generalize the classic results and operators in Potential Theory and obtain new tools to study a wider range of operators than the Classical ones.

Harmonic Analysis

I'm interested in Littlewood-Paley Theory and bounded operators.

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