I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Mathematics Department at Tulane University working with Rafal Komendarczyk. Before coming to Tulane I received a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Rochester in 2013, under the supervision of Professor Frederick R. Cohen, and a B.S. in Mathematics in 2008 from METU.
Here is a more detailed CV.
I am currently the organizer of the Geometry & Topology seminar.
My research interests lie in the field of algebraic topology. I work on spaces of pairwise commuting elements in Lie groups and their homotopy theoretic properties. I am also interested in polyhedral products, a generalized version of moment-angle complexes, their applications in other fields of mathematics, and filtrations of classifying spaces.
A list of all articles on arxiv associated with my name.
On the fundamental group of polyhedral products
submitted, arXiv:1310.3504 (2014)
On monodromy representations in Denham-Suciu fibrations
submitted, arXiv:1402.3270 (2014)
On polyhedral products and spaces of commuting elements in Lie groups
Ph.D. Thesis, University of Rochester (2013)
Teaching at Tulane University:
MATH 7980: Elements of Homotopy Theory with Prof. Kwasik.
Teaching at the University of Rochester:
Calculus I (x2)
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