Academic Positions:

Visiting Associate Professor (Spring 2013) Department of Mathematics, Princeton University.

Associate Professor (2009- Now)  Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester.

Research Member (Winter 2007)  Geometric Evolution Equations Program, MSRI, Berkeley.

Assistant Professor (2006-2009)  Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester.

Visiting Fellow (Winter 2005)  Department of Mathematics, Princeton University.

Research Member (Winter 2004)  MSRI, Berkeley.

Ralph Boas Assistant Professor (2002-2005)  Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University.

Research Scholar (Fall 2001)   Conformal Field Theory program, IPAM, UCLA.

Visiting Assistant Professor (2000-2002)  Department of Mathematics, Cornell University.

Teaching Assistant (1994-2000)  Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University.

 

Research Interests: 

Differential geometry, geometric analysis and mathematical physics.  In particular, high dimensional complex geometry and singularity theory, manifolds with special holonomy and calibrated geometry, deformation and elliptic theory on noncompact manifolds, supersymmetry and Calabi-Yau manifolds,  special Lagrangian submanifolds and the applications in mirror symmetry, associative and coassociative submanifolds of G_2 manifolds and the connections with M-Theory.

 

Memberships:

American Mathematical Society

Association For Women in Mathematics

 

Teaching Experience:

Princeton University Spring 2013

University of Rochester 2006-Now

Northwestern University 2002-2006

Cornell University 2000-2002 

Michigan State University 1994-2000

 

 

University of Rochester, Mathematics Department

SEMA SALUR

Department of Mathematics,

University of Rochester,

Rochester, NY, 14627, USA. 


Education:

Ph.D. in Mathematics, December, 2000, MSU, Michigan,  under the supervision of Prof. Gang Tian  (M.I.T.).  Dissertation “The moduli space of special Lagrangian submanifolds”.

B.S. in Mathematics, June, 1993,  Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkiye.