Erhan Çinlar

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Erhan Çınlar
Born (1941-05-28) May 28, 1941 (age 74)
Residence United States
Citizenship Turkish American
Turkey, U.S.
Nationality Turkish
Institutions Princeton University
Alma mater University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Michigan
Thesis Analysis of Systems of Queues in Parallel (1965)
Doctoral advisor Ralph L. Disney[1]
Known for
Notable awards Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Saul Gass Expository Writing Award for his book Introduction to Stochastic Processes, published in 1975 by Prentice-Hall. (2003)

Erhan Çınlar (born May 28, 1941, Turkey)[2] is a probabilist and Professor Emeritus in Engineering at Princeton University.

Academic life[edit]

He received B.S.E., M.S. in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, all from the University of Michigan in 1963, 1964 and 1965, respectively.[3] He was the Norman J. Sollenberger Professor of the Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE) department at Princeton University.[4] Previously, he was a professor in the department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research.[5][6]

Research areas[edit]

Çinlar is the co-founder (along with Kai-lai Chung and Ronald Getoor) of the seminar on stochastic processes[7] which is an annual conference on probability topics such as Markov processes, Brownian motion, superprocesses, stochastic analysis, and mathematical finance.[8]

Awards[edit]

  • INFORMS Expository Writing Award[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erhan Çinlar at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  2. ^ ""Erhan Çinlar", Eugene B. Dynkin Collection of Mathematics Interviews". Cornell University Library. 
  3. ^ Erhan Çinlar's biography
  4. ^ Faculty of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Princeton University
  5. ^ The Department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research (CEOR) at Princeton
  6. ^ Civil Engineering and Operations Research, Office of Communications at Princeton University announces that the Department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research Faculty split in two on April 9, 1999 in such a way that one will be called Civil and Environmental Engineering; the other will be Operations Research and Financial Engineering.
  7. ^ SSP History, University of Washington
  8. ^ Seminar on Stochastic Processes, University of Washington
  9. ^ "Erhan Çınlar".