I am a 5th year Ph.D. Candidate at Operations Research & Financial Engineering department at Princeton University. Before starting my Ph.D., I graduated from Boğaziçi University with Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and minor in Economics.
During Fall 2021, I am excited to be a visiting graduate student at the University of Chicago to participate in the "Distributed Solutions to Complex Societal Problems" program of Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation (IMSI).
Broadly, I am interested in Mean Field Games and Control applications. I am especially focused on how the incentives imposed by a regulator affect the behavior of agents.
Some of the applications that I have worked on are: the effect of carbon taxes on carbon emission levels, how to mitigate an epidemic through regulations and the effect of advertisement in duopoly markets.
Here is my CV.