Bartu Bingol

  • Visiting Lecturer in Mathematics

Bartu Bingol is a number theory enthusiast, who works on various topics that lead to the elegant and long-waited proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem. He particularly works Deformations of Galois Representations and Iwasawa Theory. One can consider Galois Groups as symmetries and actions on the solutions of polynomials, and Galois Representations as a rephrase of them in the language of linear algebra. His research is on exploring different types of invariances by using some particular Galois Representations, and investigating their geometric interpretations.

Apart from his number theory research, he is very ambitious about mathematics education in college. Fueled by this ambition, he conducts research on the creative process of mathematical thinking and its relationship with motivational codes.


  • A.B.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • B.S., Bogazici University