London, UK 2009

About Me

My name is Yağmur Yılmaz. I am a graduate student at University of Toledo in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics, studying supergeometry and algebraic theory of differential operators.

My interests include computational topology especially persistent homology.

Resume

  • Education
    • Ph.D. Mathematics, expected 2023 / University of Toledo, OHIO / Advisor: Asst. Prof. Ekaterina Shemyakova
    • M.S. Mathematics, 2018 / Middle East Technical University, Turkey / Thesis: Mayer Vietoris Sequence for Persistent Homology / Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Mehmetcik Pamuk
    • B.S. Mathematics, 2015 / Middle East Technical University, Turkey
  • Work Experience
    • Teaching Assistant, 2020 - Present / University of Toledo, Ohio
  • Teaching Experience
    • Spring 2020 : Teaching Assistant for Math 2860: Elementary Differential Equations
    • Summer 2020 : Teaching Assistant for Math 2860: Elementary Differential Equations
    • Fall 2020 : Teaching Assistant for Math 1850: Calculus I
  • Talks Given
    • Persistent Homology, Student Seminer, University of Toledo, February 5 2020, Ohio
    • Mayer-Vietoris Sequence for Persistent Homology, 5thWorkshop of the Association for Turkish Women in Mathematics, May 2018, Dicle University, Turkey
    • Introduction to Persistent Homology, Winter Workshop 2017, Gokova Geometry Topology Institute, December 25􀀀29 2017, Turkey
    • Perfect Discrete Morse Functions on 2-complexes, Graduate Seminar, May 9 2017, METU
  • Papers and Preprints
    • Y. Yılmaz, H. Varlı, M. Pamuk: “Homological properties of persistent homology”, 2018; arXiv:1805.01274.

Contact

Mailing
University of Toledo
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Office
2030D University Hall
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Toledo