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

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.

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