Yazar Arşivi

Hasan Sahin (Director)

Photonics

Devrim Pesen Okvur (Assistant Director)

Molecular Biology and Genetics

Murat Barisik

Mechanical Engineering

Mustafa M. Demir

Materials Science and Engineering

Durmus Ali Demir

Physics

R. Tugrul Senger

Physics

Huseyin Cumhur Tekin

Bioengineering

Fatih Yaman

Electric & Electronics Engineering

Umut Adem

Main field of research activities
Materials Science/Solid State Chemistry
Research Areas

Multiferroic/ferroelectric/piezoelectric properties
Electrocaloric effect
Novel Pb-free piezoelectrics/ferroelectrics
Crystallography, powder x-ray diffraction
Magnetic properties
Dielectric relaxation

http://mse.iyte.edu.tr/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/CV_Umut_Adem.pdf

Serkan Ateş

Main field of research activities
Nanophotonics and Quantum Optics
Research Areas

Nanophotonics
Solid-State Quantum Optics
Quantum Cryptology
Microcavity Lasers
Single Photon Sources

http://nqo.iyte.edu.tr/

Murat Barisik

Main field of research activities
Micro/nano Transport
Research Areas

Nano Scale Gas Transport
Nano Scale Liquid Transport
Nano Scale Heat Transfer
Nano Scale Surface Wetting
Electrokinetic Phenomena
Micro/Nano Scale Porous Transport

http://minaeng.iyte.edu.tr/

Volga Bulmus

Main field of research activities
Biotechnology/Material science
Research Areas

Polymer science
Biomaterials
Drug delivery
Nanomedicine
Biotechnology

Nejat Bulut

Main field of research activities
Condensed matter physics
Research Areas

Strongly-correlated electrons
High-temperature superconductivity
Magnetism
Many-body physics
Condensed matter physics

http://physics.iyte.edu.tr/staff/nejat-bulut/

Özgür Çakır

Main field of research activities
Quantum Optics, Condensed Matter Physics
Research Areas

Quantum Control
Information Processing in Solid State systems
Open Quantum Systems
Quantum Information Theory
Magnetism in Solid State Systems

Cem Çelebi

Main field of research activities
Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
Research Areas

Nanotechnology
Condensed Matter Physics
Graphene Nanoelectronics
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Quantum Transport

Durmus Demir

Main field of research activities
High Energy Physics
Research Areas

Naturalness
LHC phenomenology
Dark matter and MOND
Quantum Tunneling

http://physics.iyte.edu.tr/staff/durmus-ali-demir/

Mustafa M. Demir

Main field of research activities
Materials Science
Research Areas

Polymer nanocomposites
Electrospinning
Nanocrystals
Optical composites
Nanoparticles
Polymeric materials

http://demirlab.iyte.edu.tr

A. Devrim Güçlü

Research Areas
Quantum, electronic, magnetic, and photonic properties of semiconductor and graphene nanostructures, correlated electron systems, spintronic nanostructures, many-body computational tools
 
http://physics.iyte.edu.tr/staff/alev-devrim-guclu/

Bilge Karaçalı

Main field of research activities
Biotechnology / Bioengineering
Research Areas

Biomedical image analysis
Quantitative methods in biomedical data analysis
Brain-computer interfacing
Statistical learning theory
Quasi-supervised learning

http://web.iyte.edu.tr/~bilgekaracali/

Devrim Pesen Okvur

Main field of research activities
Nanobiotechnology
Research Areas

Lab-on-a-chip
Cell-on-a-chip
Cancer
Cell biopyhsics
Microenvironment
Lithography
Fluorescence microscopy
Image analysis

Engin Ozcivici

Main field of research activities
Biotechnology / Bioengineering
Research Areas

Mechanobiology
Osteoporosis
Stem Cells
Cancer
Weightlessness

Tuğrul Senger

Main field of research activities
Condensed Matter Physics
Research Areas

DFT Simulation
2D Materials
Quantum Transport
Optical Properties
Graphene
Exciton
Polaron

http://web.iyte.edu.tr/~tugrulsenger/

Haldun Sevincli

Main field of research activities
Computational materials science, condensed matter physics
Research Areas
The main research activities of our group are focused on modelling of materials at the quantum limit. We generally follow computational approaches, ranging from ab initio schemes to empirical parametrizations and toy models. Quantum transport properties of nano-structured systems is the main theme in our […]

Nur Başak Sürmeli

Main field of research activities
Biotechnology/Biochemistry
Research Areas

Biochemistry
Protein design
Enzymes
Bioinorganic chemistry
Biocatalysis

http://surmelilab.iyte.edu.tr/

Hasan Sahin

Main field of research activities
Materials Science/Physics/Nanotechnology/
Research Areas

Computational Materials Science
Theoretical Physics
Vibrational Characteristics and Phonons
Optical Properties
Molecular Electronics

http://sahingroup.iyte.edu.tr

Huseyin Cumhur Tekin

Main field of research activities
Bioengineering, Microsystems
Research Areas

Point-of-care diagnostics
Microfluidics
Lab-on-chip
Micro- and nanotechnology
Telemedicine

http://hcumhurtekin.com

Fatih Yaman

Main field of research activities
Computational Electromagnetics
Research Areas

RF/Microwave Structure Designs for Particle Accelerators
Beam instabilities, Wake fields and Impedances in Accelerators
Numerical Solutions of Direct and Inverse Scattering Problems
Short-Range Doppler Radar Applications

http://eee.iyte.edu.tr/en/staff/assist-prof-dr-fatih-yaman/

2nd Workshop on Nonlinear PDEs in Applied Mathematics

[ 08/08/2017 – 10/08/2017. ] This is the continuation of the workshop organization which was first held in the summer of 2016.  This program’s goal is to bring together leading mathematicians, researchers and students to exchange and share their scientific experiences and research results about different aspects of Nonlinear PDEs. The workshop also aims to provide a fruitful environment for […]

Recent Progress in the Physics of Thermal Transport Application Form

Recent Progress in the Physics of Thermal Transport

[ 17/07/2017 – 21/07/2017. ] Theoretical and experimental aspects of thermal transport have recently attraced much attention due to the incerasing need of thermal management in submicron scale computer and optoelectronic devices.
On the theory side, thermal conductivity of real bulk materials and conductance of interfaces can now be computed from first principles density-functional theory without the need to invoke any […]

Microfluidic Applications of AC Electrokinetic Phenomena

[ 09/01/2017; 13:30 – 15:00. ] Speaker : Ali Beskok
Southern Methodist University
Place : Dept. of Mechanical Engineering Seminar Room
Date & Time: 9 January 2017 – 13:30
Event Poster
You are cordially invited to the ICTP-ECAR activity.

The Asymptotic Integration Method

[ 23/12/2016; 11:00 – 12:00. ] Speaker : Mourad Ismail
University of Central Florida
Place : Dept. of Mathematics Seminar Room
Date & Time: 23 December 2016 – 11:00
Event Poster
You are cordially invited to the ICTP-ECAR activity.

Controlling charge transport, spin transport and superconductivity in a two-dimensional materials by the electric field effect

Speaker : Barbaros Özyılmaz
Center for Advanced 2D Materials (CA2DM), National University of Singapore (NUS)
Place : Dept. of Physics Seminar Room
Date & Time: 7 June 2017 – 11:00
Abstract
The complex physics of a system with strong electron-electron interactions can be studied by studying its properties while tuning an external electric field applied to the system (the electric […]

Uzay Radyasyon Ortamı Test Laboratuarı: Bir CERN İşbirliği Projesi

[ 04/11/2016; 14:00 – 15:00. ] Speaker : Bilge Demirköz
Middle East Technical University
Place : Erdal Saygın Conference Hall
Date & Time: 04 November 2016 – 14:00
Event Poster
You are cordially invited to the ICTP-ECAR activity.

High quality solid-state spin-photon

[ 11/10/2016; 11:00 – 12:00. ] Speaker : Mete Atatüre
University of Cambridge
Place : IZTECH Department of Physics Seminar Room
Date & Time: 11 October 2016 – 11:00

Abstract
Optically active spins confined in solids, such as semiconductors and diamond, provide interesting and rich physical systems. Their inherently mesoscopic nature leads to a multitude of dynamics within the solid state environment of spins, charges, vibrations and light. […]

Unveiling the fundamental laws of Nature

[ 08/09/2016; 10:30 – 11:30. ] Speaker : Ignatios Antoniadis
University of Bern
Place : IZTECH Department of Mathematics Seminar Room
Date & Time: 8 September 2016 – 10:30

Abstract
Particle physics studies the elementary constituents of matter and their fundamental forces. Very short distances are explored by particle collisions at very high energies, creating conditions similar to those governing the Universe just after the Big Bang. Laws […]

ICTP-ECAR Postdoc Program

ICTP-ECAR is expecting applications for postdoc program.

ICTP-ECAR Associates Program

ICTP-ECAR is expecting applications (nominations) for associates.
Regular Associates Program:

Open for international applications or nominations.
Age range: 30-45 in the year of application. (Upper limit is extended by 2 yr/child for women)
Field of study: Active researchers in any field related with the ICTP-ECAR.
Selected by the Scientific Council.
Membership duration: 3 years.

Benefits:

Research visits to ICTP-ECAR: Up to 2 times a […]

ICTP-ECAR Visiting Program

The ICTP-ECAR will have resources for scientists who would like to visit the centre which is located on the IZTECH campus in Izmir. Visitors are expected to collaborate with scientists based either at IZTECH or at any of the other Izmir universities (for example, Ege Unv., Dokuz Eylul Unv., Izmir Univ. of Economics, Yasar Unv., […]

Online Application Form for 2017 Activity Proposals

High Energy Physics Workshop Application Form

Physical, Biological and Chemical Foundations of Bioelectronics, Biophotonics and Biosensors Application Form

Density Functional Theory Based Tight Binding Methods Application Form

Density Functional Theory Based Tight Binding Methods

[ 19/07/2016 – 22/07/2016. ] Computational techniques have proven to provide indispensable insights into the properties of materials and phenomena associated with their design, synthesis and processing and have expanded our understanding significantly. The density functional based tight binding (DFTB) method is based on expansions of the Kohn-Sham total energy in density functional theory (DFT) with respect to charge density […]

High Energy Physics Workshop

[ 06/09/2016 – 09/09/2016. ] The aim of the conference is to cover as many topics as possible from different branches of particle physics, ranging energy frontier studies to intensity frontier efforts as well as studies related to cosmological anomalies. While the recent progresses made in these areas will be discussed by senior scientists, this conference will also provide an […]

Atomic collapse in graphene

Speaker : François Peeters
Department Physics, University of Antwerp
Place : IZTECH Department of Mathematics Seminar Room
Date & Time: 12 July 2016 – 10:30
Abstract
The chiral nature of charge carriers in graphene prohibits backscattering and prevents confinement by electrostatic potentials, resulting in high electronic mobility and unusual phenomena such as Klein tunneling. This picture breaks down in the presence of […]

New fiber-optics platform for high-speed tracking of diffusion processes in fluids

[ 04/05/2016; 14:30 – 15:30. ] Speaker: Prof. Sanli Faez, Physics of Light In Complex Systems (LINX), Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, Utrecht University

Place: Department of Mathematics Seminar Room

Date: May 4, 2016 – 14:30

[Abstract] (pdf)

Physical, Biological and Chemical Foundations of Bioelectronics, Biophotonics and Biosensors

[ 26/07/2016 – 29/07/2016. ] Under the auspices of ICTP-ECAR, the goal of the proposed workshop is to bring together the experts and interested parties to interrogate and discover a set of crucial bio-chemical parameters that correlate fundamentally with the physical electromagnetic phenomena in bioinspired, biomimetic and biological systems with an emphasis on addressing the needs for future practical implementations […]

Thermodynamics & Elasticity from Inelastic X-Ray Scattering

[ 28/12/2015; 15:00 – 16:00. ] Speaker : Esen Ercan Alp
Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne Illinois
Place : IZTECH Department of Mathematics Seminar Room

Abstract
Many measurable thermodynamic and elastic properties of materials partially originate from vibrations of atoms, like specific heat, entropy, free energy, velocity of sound, viscosity, thermal conductivity, Young Modulus, Debye-Waller factor, and elasticity tensor components. Akin to traditional tools like […]

UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030

UNESCO has launched the new UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030.
Written by about 60 experts who are each covering the country or region from which they hail, the UNESCO Science Report: towards 2030 provides more country-level information than ever before. The trends and developments in science, technology and innovation policy and governance between 2009 and mid-2015 described here […]