Mohan Bhupal

Mohan Bhupal

Middle East Technical University
Department of Mathematics
06800 Ankara

Email: bhupal [at]
Phone: +90 312 210 5378
Fax: +90 312 210 2972



  1. A generalisation of the Morse inequalities, J. Aust. Math. Soc. 70, no. 3 (2001), 351-385.
  2. A partial order on the group of contactomorphisms of R2n+1 via generating functions, Turkish J. Math. 25, no. 1 (2001), 125-135.
  3. On singular solutions of implicit second-order ordinary differential equations, Hokkaido Math. J., 32, no. 2 (2003), 623-641.
  4. On symplectic fillings of links of rational surface singularities with reduced fundamental cycle, Nagoya Math. J. 175 (2004), 51-57.
  5. Minimal page-genus of Milnor open books on links of rational surface singularities, with S. Altınok, Contemporary Mathematics, Volume 475 (2008), 1-10.
  6. Open book decompositions of links of simple surface singularities, Intern. J. Math., 20, no. 12 (2009), 1527-1545.
  7. Weighted homogeneous singularities and rational homology disk smoothings, with A. I. Stipsicz, Amer. J. Math., 133, no. 5 (2011), 1259-1297.
  8. Milnor open books of links of some rational surface singularities, with B. Ozbagci, Pacific J. Math., 254, no. 1 (2011), 57-65.
  9. Symplectic fillings of links of quotient surface singularities, with K. Ono, Nagoya Math. J.. 204 (2011), 1-45.
    C++ program to compute symplectic fillings of links of quotient surface singularities, List of singularites, List of symplectic fillings (Produced by program), Documentation.
  10. Smoothings of singularities and symplectic topology, with A. I. Stipsicz, in Deformations of Surface Singularies, Bolyai Mathematical Studies, 23, (2013), 57-97.
  11. Canonical contact structures on some singularity links, with B. Ozbagci, Bull. Lond. Math. Soc. 46 (2014), 576-586.
  12. Symplectic fillings of lens spaces as Lefschetz fibrations, with B. Ozbagci, to appear in J. European Math. Soc.


  1. Nonexistence of rational homology disk weak fillings of certain singularity links, with A. I. Stipsicz.
  2. Roots of reducible mapping classes.

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