Alperen Ergür

Assistant Professor

FLN 4.01.36

  • Ph.D., 2016,  Mathematics, Texas A&M University
  • M.S., 2011,  Mathematics, Tobb University of Science and Technology
  • B.S., 2009, Mathematics,  Bilkent University
Research Interests

I am interested in average case complexity theory  for numerical, algebraic, and geometric computation. I am fascinated by the interplay between geometric structures, high dimensional probability, and randomized computing. My teaching interests are in courses that empower students with  modern mathematical-computational skills such as probability and computing, optimization,  high dimensional probability with applications, or geometric inference.

Research Keywords

Computational (Real) Algebraic Geometry, Convex and Discrete Geometry, Randomized Numerical Analysis, Convex Optimization