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Office: SCI 104

Mailing address: 

Koç University

College of Sciences

Rumeli Feneri Yolu

34450 Sarıyer

İstanbul, Türkiye

I am a mathematician currently working as an assistant professor at the College of Sciences of Koç University in Istanbul. Prior to this position, I held postdoctoral positions at UCLA, ETH Zurich, University of Konstanz, and Humboldt University of Berlin. My doctoral research was completed at the Humboldt University, where I was also affiliated with the Berlin Graduate Schools in Stochastic Analysis and the Berlin Mathematical School.

Over the past few years, my research has focused on topics in ergodic theory, additive combinatorics, and harmonic analysis, with a particular emphasis on uncountable ergodic theory, the Furstenberg-Zimmer and Host-Kra structure theories, and the inverse theory for Gowers uniformity norms. I have also studied related topics in the theory of singular integrals in harmonic analysis. In addition to these areas, I have a long-term interest in Boolean-valued logic, both from a set-theoretical and topos-theoretical perspective, and its applications to measure theory. My previous research has also explored problems in stochastic analysis and algebraic statistics.


Here you may find information on my research and teaching

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