Personal Web Page of Coskun Cetin

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Welcome to my Web Site!

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at California State University, Sacramento. Before joining the University (in Fall 2006), I taught at Whittier College, and USC where I got my Ph.D. (2005).  My research interests are in stochastic optimal control, mathematical finance, applied probability and statistics.

Fall 2013 Teaching. I will be teaching STAT I (two sections), STAT 96A (Statway course) and Stat 115A during Fall 2013. The class announcements and course documents will be available on SacCT  for the registered students.

Spring 2014 Teaching. TBA.

STAT I students:  The students are required to pass the IAD test or show the proof of a passing score from an advanced Mathematics course (e.g. college level Calculus, or PreCalculus taken at CSUS). Please sign up at http://www.csus.edu/math/courses/diagnostic.htm if you haven't taken/passed the test yet. If you are not able to enroll online before the classes start, you may consider attending the first class meeting to be on the waiting list. We cannot enroll you directly before then.

Summer School Teaching (2013).  Math 1:  MTWR,  8:00-9:35 am. The students enrolled can check SacCT for course related information.

More on Teaching

RESEARCH

Summer Research Program for Undergraduate Students at CSUS

International Conference on Mathematical Finance and Economics

Contact Information:

     Office:  BRH 136, (916) 278-6221

     Office Hours:  M W F, 11-11:50 am (also by appointment)

     e-mail: cetin@csus.edu

   

     Mailing address:        

     Department of Mathematics and Statistics

     California State University Sacramento

     6000 J Street

     Sacramento, CA, 95819-6051

 

     CV (PDF document)          

                                           

 

 

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