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Prof.Dr. Oya Oğuz



Prof. Oya OĞUZ received her Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and Mathematics from the Faculty of Sciences of Istanbul University in 1977 and her Master’s Degree in Nuclear Energy from Istanbul Technical University in 1979. Afterwards, she completed her Doctoral Degree in Mathematical Physics in the Faculty of Sciences of Istanbul University in 1984. Within the same year, she started to work as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Technical Education of Marmara University. After she assumed the title of Associate Professor in 1992, she took office in the Physics Department of Yıldız Technical University in 1994 and earned the title of Professor in 1999. In 2001, she worked for the establishment of Istanbul Commerce University, where she was in the academic staff as a Professor until her leave in 2009.

She obtained “Young Travel Award” from the European Geosciences Union in 1982; Scientific Encouragement Award of Yıldız Technical University in 1998, 199 and 2000 and, Honor Award of Turkish Physical Association in 2016. Moreover, she has taken over several administrative duties including Head of the Department at Marmara University, Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Deputy Director of the Institute of Science at Yıldız Technical University and Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Engineering and Design and Head of the Department of Industrial Physics at Istanbul Commerce University. She took part as a member in the Inter-University Council between 2010-2014 and was a visiting fellow at International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy in the years of 1980, 1982 and 1984. Besides, she is still a member of Turkish Physical Association.

She continued her researches in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Boulder, Colorado, USA in 1990 and in the Physics Department of Cornell University in 1992. Her researches focus on the complete solvability and classification of non-linear partially-differentiable equations and mathematical models on gravitation waves in upper atmosphere with Hamilton structure in the field of Applied Mathematics. Moreover, she has various publications in national peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings in a vast number of national and international conferences, in addition to her publications in the internationally-indexed journals.


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