Msc.. Orhan TUG

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I am a member of Department of Mathematical Education of Ishik University, Erbil-Iraq and I am an assistant lecturer since 2015 and I am the head of the Department of Mathematics Education since 2013. My research area is in summability, matrix methods, double and single sequence spaces, Schauder bases, matrix transformations, the alpha-, beta- and gamma-duals, ideal convergence and statistical convergence. My special interests are functional analysis and applied summability methods


Here you can access my CV > [ My Curriculum Vitae (CV) ]


Here you can find some links to find me in different mediums...


Education Background :

PhD, Istanbul University, Institute of Science, Mathematics, Functional Analysis Theory-201…., Istanbul-TURKEY

MS, Sakarya University, Institute of Science, Mathematics, Functional Analysis Theory-2011, Sakarya-TURKEY

BS, Atatürk University, Faculty of Art and Science, Mathematics -2008, Erzurum-TURKEY


Interests :

       Summability, matrix methods, double and single sequence spaces, Schauder bases, matrix transformations, the duals, convergence types of sequences.

       My special interests are Functional Analysis and Applied Summability methods.

My Teaching philosophy is :

I base my teaching on the way to learn mathematics and to do mathematics. While the process of reading examples, definitions, theorems and proofs in textbooks and from lecture notes is valuable, the real learning comes through one's own efforts at solving mathematical problems, either computational, theoretical, or both. This is achieved mostly through class assignments, but also through in class discussions and exercises. I view my role as a facilitator for this process. I must design the framework in which learning can take place, and then encourage and increase the students' development, giving help in terms of knowledge, techniques, and encouragement. My goals in teaching are not just to promote learning of the subject matter. I also aim to provide suitable projects to produce effective class. I also try to help the students learn to think logically, learn problem-solving methods and techniques, and improve writing skills (writing clearly and concisely, explaining step-by-step processes, providing valid reasons for logical arguments). In addition, I try to help students see the course material in an overall context by requiring them to synthesize the various concepts of the course by applying them together.
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All Years 2016 - 2017

Name :  Advanced Calculus Ii
Code :  MATH 206
Grade :  2
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  20 students
Name :  Mathematical Analysis Ii
Code :  MATH 318
Grade :  3
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  9 students
Name :  Research Project In Mathematics
Code :  MATH 416
Grade :  4
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  15 students
Name :  Functional Analysis Ii
Code :  MATH 404
Grade :  4
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  15 students

My Publications

  • Abstract Published In Conference Abstract Book
    • On The Sequence Space bv(N^t) And Some Applications
      2016 - 2017
    • B-Summable Almost Convergent Double Sequence Spaces and Matrix Transformations
      2016 - 2017
  • Paper Published In International Indexed Journals And Presenting Same Paper In International Conference
    • Four-dimensional generalized difference matrix and some double sequence spaces
      2016 - 2017
      [ LINK ]
    • Four-dimensional generalized difference matrix and some double sequence spaces
      2016 - 2017
  • Paper Published In Iraqi Journals Or Proceedings Book And Presenting At A Conference
    • On some Generalized Nörlund Ideal Convergent Sequence Spaces
      2016 - 2017
      [ LINK ]
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