Burak Hatinoglu

About me

I will be Visiting Assistant Professor at the mathematics department of University of California, Santa Cruz starting Fall 2020. I earned my Ph.D. degree in mathematics from Texas A&M University in August 2020. My Ph.D. advisor is Alexei Poltoratski.
In broad sense, my research lies within analysis and mathematical physics. In particular, I am working on inverse spectral theory of differential operators, Chebyshev and orthogonal polynomials and Toeplitz operators.

Curriculum Vitae

E-mail: burakhatinoglu@math.tamu.edu

Address: Texas A&M University, Department of Mathematics, College Station, TX, 77843

Research Interests

  • Toeplitz Operators
  • Complex Function Theory
  • Spectral and Inverse Spectral Theory
  • Approximation Theory, Chebyshev and Orthogonal Polynomials
  • Potential Theory


  • Inverse Problems for Jacobi Operators with Mixed Spectral Data [arXiv]
  • Mixed Data in Inverse Spectral Problems for the Schroedinger Operators; accepted for publication in Journal of Spectral Theory [Journal] [arXiv]
  • Some Asymptotics for Extremal Polynomials; with G.Alpan, A.Goncharov. Computational Analysis: Contributions from AMAT (2016), 87-101. [Journal]
  • Widom Factors; with A.Goncharov. Potential Analysis , 42, 671-680 (2015). [Journal]
  • Complex Analytic Approaches to Inverse Spectral Problems; PhD Thesis, Texas A&M University 2020.
  • Widom Factors; Masters Thesis, Bilkent University 2014.

    Recent Teaching

    MATH 140:511 - Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences - Spring 2020 (Instructor of Record)
    MATH 141:503 - Finite Mathematics - Fall 2019 (Instructor of Record)
    MATH 147:501-503 - Calculus I for Biological Sciences - Spring 2019 (Teaching Assistant)
    MATH 151:524,538 - Engineering Mathematics I - Fall 2018 (Teaching Assistant)
    MATH 140:101 - Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences - Summer 2018 (Instructor of Record)