Dr. Engin Özkan graduated from Ankara University Department of Mathematics in 2002. The same year he started his Ph.D. degree in the Department of Mathematics in METU and he completed his thesis, “Group Actions and Hilbert Schemes” in 2011, where Prof.Dr. Ersan Akyıldız and Assoc.Prof.Dr. Özgür Kişisel acted as his advisors. Throughout the same period, he worked as a research assistant in the Department of Mathematics at METU. As a research assistant, he attended courses such as Introduction to Analysis, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Differential Geometry, Abstract Algebra, and Complex Analysis. In 2006, he worked for 6 months as a “visiting scholar” at the University of British Columbia in Canada. In 2011, he started to work in the Department of Mathematics at Süleyman Demirel University. Under the DOSAP program (Post-Doctorate Research Program), he carried out research activities for one year in 2012 and six months in 2014 in METU. Between Fall 2015-Fall 2016 he worked as a part-time instructor at TED University. Now, he is a faculty member of the Science and Arts Faculty.