After completing his BSc in Mathematical Engineering at Yildiz Technical University, Turkey, he received his MSc in Advanced Mathematics at UniversitatAutonoma de Barcelona, Spain. He completed his PhD in Economics in March 2017 at University of Barcelona under the supervision of Marina Núñez. During his PhD studies, he did a research stay at Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University (USA) for six months. In September 2017 he joined the Mechanism Design Research Group at the Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences as a postdoctoral researcher. His main research interests are game theory, matching theory, market design, and mechanism design. For the latest updates on his research, see his research website.