I am broadly interested in decision making under uncertainty. My current research focuses on       — exact decomposition-based hybrid optimization methods,       — large scale stochastic integer programming,       — dynamic optimization under uncertainty,       — applications in humanitarian logistics and energy-merchant operations.
I am a second-year PhD student in the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. I work with Nicola Secomandi on merchant operations of commodity and energy conversion assets. I also work with John Hooker on logic-based Benders decomposition. Previously, I studied at the Industrial Engineering Program of Sabancı University. My advisors were Nilay Noyan and Kerem Bülbül. I was affiliated with Smart Mobility and Logistics Lab, and I worked on chance-constrained optimization models for humanitarian relief network design.