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Tekin Karadag

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Limited Term Assistant Professor

I am a Limited-Term Assistant Professor (working with Daniel Nakano) in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia, started in August 2022. I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of Charleston for the 2021-2022 academic year. I received my Ph.D. degree in mathematics from Texas A&M University in August 2021 under the supervision of Sarah Witherspoon.

I am a co-organizer of our weekly algebra seminar at UGA. You can reach the recorded talks on the UGA algebra YouTube channel. You can find more algebra seminar videos on Daniel Nakano's YouTube channel.

Research Areas:
Research Interests:

I work in homological algebra. My research is specifically about Hopf algebras, Hochschild and Hopf algebra cohomologies, and graded Lie structure, i.e. Gerstenhaber bracket, on these cohomologies. 



  • Ankara University Fellowship, 2009-2011.
  • Republic of Turkey Ministry of National Education Scholarship, 2012-2021.
  • Dean’s Scholarship, College of Science, Texas A&M University, 2014.
  • Outstanding TA Award, Dept. of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, 2021.
  • AMS Faculty Travel Grant, 2021.
  • Early-career AMS-NSF-Simons-ICM 2022 Travel Grant, 2022. 
  • Student/Faculty Enrichment Fund for “Chess Day”, Fall 2023. 
  • Student/Faculty Enrichment Fund for “Chess Day”, Spring 2024. 
  • US Junior Oberwolfach Fellows NSF Grant, 2024.  
  • UGA FY24 Provost International Travel Funds, Spring 2024. 
Selected Publications:


  • ÖABT Matematik Öğretmenliği Soru Bankası (Linear Algebra and Algebra parts), Murat Yayınları, 2013.





Courses Regularly Taught:
  • Calculus I for Science and Engineering (2 sections), Fall 2022.  
  • Hochschild and Hopf Algebra Cohomologies, Spring 2023. 
  • Calculus I for Science and Engineering, Summer 2023.  
  • Calculus I for Science and Engineering (2 sections), Fall 2023.  
  • Calculus II for Science and Engineering, Spring 2024.   
  • Calculus I for Science and Engineering (Online), Summer 2024. 

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