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Durmuş Ali Demir »
Faculty Member
Research Area

Particle Physics (model-building, phenomenology); Astroparticle Physics (dark matter, inflation); Quantum Physics (tunneling).

Emrah Kalemci »
Faculty Member
Research Area

High Energy Astrophysics, black hole binaries, instrumentation

Ersin Göğüş »
Faculty Member
Research Area

High Energy Astrophysics: X-ray and Gamma-ray Properties of Magnetars, X-ray Binaries, Broadband Studies of Gamma Ray Bursts; Astronomy Education

İnanç Adagideli »
Faculty Member
Research Area

Theoretical condensed matter physics. Topological quantum computation. Spintronics and spin Hall effect. Topological insulators and superconductors. Mesoscale and nanoscale physics. Quantum transport theory. Quantum thermodynamics

İsmet İnönü Kaya »
Faculty Member
Research Area

quantum transport, quantum devices, device physics, nanoelectronics, graphene, 2d materials, low temperature physics, OLED displays

Mehmet Zafer Gedik »
Faculty Member
Research Area

Theory of quantum information and quantum computation, fundamentals of quantum mechanics.

Ünal Ertan »
Faculty Member
Research Area

High Energy Astrophysics: Neutron stars, accretion disks, electromagnetic radiative processes



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Burç Mısırlıoğlu »
Affiliated Faculty
Research Area

Our research is centered around understanding the effects of defects and microstructure on the physical properties of functional oxides. Using continuum level computational and experimental approaches, we try to reveal the mechanisms by which defects and interfaces impact the physical properties and at what magnitude this occurs. Such knowledge is the key to design and fabricate structures in various geometries for specific engineering applications. The applications governed by such phenomena encompass macro- and micro-scale capacitors for electric energy storage, non-volatile solid state memories, nanoscale devices, electrothermal materials and electrooptical thin films.

Emre Erdem »
Affiliated Faculty
Research Area

Physics of Materials; Spectroscopy (EPR, Raman, Photoluminesence, Impedance); Physical Chemistry; Solid State Physics; Graphene; Carbon dots; Semiconductors; Nanoparticles and Nanocrystals; Ceramics; Powder processing; Phase transitions; Photovoltaics; Solar cells; Thermoelectrics; Supercapacitors, Li-ion batteries; Piezoelectric nanowires and nanogenerators; Wearable electronics; Energy harvesting and storage; Electrical vehicles; Microelectronic systems; Battery management systems; Robot arms, Materials for grippers; Thin film batteries; Power to X technologies; Potentiostat; Electrolyte; Electrode for batteries and supercapacitors; Renewable energy, Batteries for Electrical vehicle; Defect structures

Gözde İnce »
Affiliated Faculty
Research Area

Chemical vapor deposition of organic and inorganic thin films, fabrication and characterization of polymer nanostructures, applications of thin films as stimuli responsive coatings, controlled drug delivery, biosensors



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