MEHMETCİK PAMUK                                                                                                                                                                                                                
Associate Professor                 

Department of Mathematics
Middle East Technical University
mpamuk at
(312) 210 2989    M 124    

Algebraic and Geometric Topology, Computational Topology.

Papers:  11. Decomposing Perfect Discrete Morse Functions on Connected Sum of 3-Manifolds (with Neza Mramor Kosta and Hanife Varlı), Topology and its Applications, 2019.
10. Perfect Discrete Morse Functions on Connected Sums (with Neza Mramor Kosta and Hanife Varlı),  Homology, Homotopy and Applications, 2018.
 9.  Integral Laminations on non-orientable surfaces (with S. yk Yurttaş), Turkish Journal of  Mathematics, 2018.
 8.  A Note on Generalized Matsumoto Relation (with Elif Dalyan and Elif Medetoğulları), Turkish Journal of  Mathematics, 2017.
 7. Homotopy Classification of PD_4-complexes Relative an Order Relation (with F. Hegenbarth and  D. Repovs), Monatshefte fr Mathematik, 2015.
 6. Arbitrarily Long Factorizations in Mapping Class Groups (with E. Dalyan and M. Korkmaz), International Mathematics Research Notices, 2015.
 5. s-Cobordism Classification of Manifolds Through the group of Homotopy Self-Equivalences (with F. Hegenbarth and D.Repovs), Mediterr. J. Math., 2015. 
 4. Homotopy self-equivalences of 4-manifolds with pi_1-free second homotopy, J. Math Soc. Japan, 2011.
 3. Full Lutz twist along the binding of an open book (with B. zbağcı), Geom. Dedicata, 2010.  
 2. Homotopy Self-Equivalences of 4-manifolds with Free Fundamental Group, Canadian Journal of Mathematics, 2010.
 1. Homotopy Self-Equivalences of 4-manifolds with PD_2 Fundamental Group, Topology and its Applications, 2009.

Preprints: 3.  Persistent Homotopy (with Mehmet Ali Batan and Hanife Varlı).
2. Homological properties of persistent homolog
y (with Hanife Varlı and Yağmur Yılmaz).                 
1. Homotopy self-equivalences of manifolds.