Cengiz Pehlevan is an Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics at Harvard University. Cengiz moved to Harvard from the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Biology (CCB), where he was a a research scientist in Dmitri Chklovskii’s neuroscience group. Before CCB, he was a postdoctoral associate at Janelia Research Campus, and before that a Swartz Fellow at Harvard.
Cengiz received a doctorate in physics from Brown University and undergraduate degrees in physics and electrical engineering from Bogazici University. He is a native of Tosya, Turkey.