|2012 ‐ Present||Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography|
|2008 ‐ 2012||Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography|
|2005||Ph.D., Mathematics, Brandeis University|
|2000||M.S., Mathematics, Bilkent University|
|1998||B.S., Mathematics, Middle East Technical University|
Journal articles written or co-written by Dr. Vebhi Paksoy
Angles, Triangle Inequalities, Correlation Matrices and Metric-Preserving and Subadditive Functions Linear Algebra and its Applications (2016)
We present inequalities concerning the entries of correlation matrices, density matrices, and partial isometries through the positivity of 3×3 matrices. We extend our discussions to the inequalities concerning the triangle triplets with metric-preserving and subadditive ...
Inequalities of Generalized Matrix Functions via Tensor Products Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra (2014)
By an embedding approach and through tensor products, some inequalities for generalized matrix functions (of positive semidefinite matrices) associated with any subgroup of the permutation group and any irreducible character of the subgroup are obtained.
Some Inequalities of Majorization Type Linear Algebra and its Applications (2012)
We show some majorization inequalities and apply them to derive norm, eigenvalue, singular value, and trace inequalities of matrices. We also present a generalization and a different proof of a recent result on majorization concerning ...
Books and Book Contributions (1)
Book and book contributions written or co-written by Dr. Vehbi Paksoy
Localized Activity States for Neuronal Field Equations of Feature Selectivity in a Stimulus Space with Toroidal Topology Mathematics Faculty Books and Book Chapters (2014)
Book Description: Nonlinear Dynamics of Complex Systems describes chaos, fractal and stochasticities within celestial mechanics, financial systems and biochemical systems. Part I discusses methods and applications in celestial systems and new results in such areas ...
Conference presentations, proceedings, lectures, and symposia given by Dr. Vehbi Paksoy
CURVATURE: A geometric villain that ruins our instinctive perception of nature Mathematics Colloquium Series (2015)
Our perception of nature is based on evolutionary wiring of our brain and observations we make via our senses. But, in reality, many scientific and technological advancements are based on non-intuitive rules and principles that ...
Toric Varieties: An Algebraic Geometric Journey from Physics to Chemistry Mathematics Colloquium Series (2013)
A toric variety is a geometric object containing an algebraic torus as a Zariski open, dense subset. Besides its abstract and mathematical beauty, a toric variety is a subject used in various scientific theories. In ...