|Daniel Selahi Durusoy||
I am a Post Doc at Department of Mathematics
in Michigan State University.
I have been a visiting faculty at Grand Valley State University
and at Ferris State University.
My research lies in the field of geometric topology.
I completed my PhD thesis in Michigan State University under
Selman Akbulut entitled Heegaard Floer homology
of certain 3-manifolds and cobordism invariants (April 2008).
Office: D322 Wells Hall
I am teaching Math 299 in Fall 2013.
In previous semesters at MSU I have taught
Math 432 in Spring 2013
Math 461 in Fall 2012,
Math 202 in Spring 2008,
Math 124 sections 2 and 16 in Fall 2007,
Math 234 in Summer 2007, Math 103 and Math 132.
I have also taught courses at Grand Valley State University and Ferris State University.
• Crowell's state space is connected,
accepted for publication at Proceedings of GGT, abstract
• On the classification of planar contact structures ( with F. Arikan ),
published in Acta Math Hungarica, 2012, volume 134, abstract
• Heegaard-Floer homology and a family of Brieskorn spheres, preprint, abstract
• An involution acting nontrivially on Heegaard-Floer homology ( with S. Akbulut ),
published in Geometry and Topology of Manifolds, Fields Inst. Comm. vol 47, abstract
See also seminars conferences and workshops I have attended.
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