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Prof. Dr. Oğuzhan YILMAZ
Prof. Oğuzhan Yılmaz received his Ph.D. Degree in 2006 from the School of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering and Operation Management of The University of Nottingham, UK. He involved many Rolls-Royce plc and EPSRC funded research projects as a post graduate researcher and post-doc researcher in Nottingham University RollsRoyce Technology Centre (UTC). He also supervised national funded academic and industrial TUBITAK and privately funded research projects in Turkey. He worked for Gaziantep University from 2007 to 2015. He affiliated as Professor in Gazi University in 2017. He is the head of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Research Group (AMTRG). His research interests are additive manufacturing, WAAM, advanced manufacturing processes and repair technologies. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of The journal of the faculty of engineering and architecture of Gazi University (SCI-E indexed). Associate Editor of The Journal of Machine Design and Production. He is working in Excellency and Knowledge of Turkish Additive Manufacturing (EKTAM) Centre and executive board member of welding and joining technologies research and application centre. Prof.Yılmaz is currently the founder member of Turkish Additive Manufacturing Association (TAMA) and co-chair of AMCTURKEY 2019 and AMCTURKEY 2021 Conferences.
Mustafa KAŞ, Msc
Mustafa Kaş received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gaziantep University (2016). His undergraduate research was assembly of two seat experimental plane at aviation area. His M.S. degree in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University (2019). His master thesis is focused on the topology optimization designs with cellular structures for additive manufacturing Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused Direct Energy Deposition (DED). His research areas additive manufacturing, topology optimization and generative design. He is working as a research assistant at Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University.
Şafak NESLİ, Msc
PhD. Student / Research Engineer in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University. (2017 / …) Thesis subject: Investigation of Laser Polishing on surfaces of parts produced by Additive Manufacturing. Since AM products have pretty high surface roughness, it has been focused to reduce surface roughness and to increase fatigue lifetime of AM products by applying laser polishing process. MSc. Degree: Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering in University of Greenwich (2015 / 2016) Thesis Subject: Rapid Prototyping/Manufacturing of Product Assemblies. In order to achieve the principles and features of AM logic, subject of ‘’investigation and determination the amount of support material usage in the 3D printing process’’ had been studied. BSc. Degree: Department of Mechanical Engineering in Cukurova University (2009 / 2014) Research areas: Additive Manufacturing, Laser Polishing, Microstructures investigation of AM products.
Mehmet MOLLAMAHMUTOĞLU, MSc
Mehmet Mollamahmutoğlu received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University (2009) and his M.S. degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Oklahoma State University (2012). His graduate research was based on hydrodynamic and thermal behaviour of two-phase flow in inclined pipes. Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused on melt pool modeling, residual stresses and microstructures in Selective Laser Melting Process.His research areas computational heat transfer, additive manufacturing technologies, modeling and algorithm development. He is working as a research engineer at Gazi University.
Ahmet Suat Yıldız, Phd
Ahmet Suat Yıldız received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Çukurova University and his M.S. degree in Automotive Engineering at University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt. His graduate research was based on “Numerical Investigation of Different Positions for Evaluating the Dummy Injury Criteria in Front Crash. Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused on metallurgical and mechanical investigation of wire arc additive manufacturing parts. His research areas thermo mechanical engineering, material science and wire arc additive manufacturing. He is working as a senior manufacturing engineer at FNSS Defense Systems.
Ebubekir Doğan, MSc
Ebubekir DOĞAN received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Cumhuriyet University (2007) and his M.S degree in Mechanical Engineering at Cumhuriyet University (2012).His graduate research was based on the effect of box beam elements on stress dıstrıbutıon for the brıdge crane.Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused on additive manufacturing.His research areas stress distribution with finite element method, modeling development, occupational health and safety, additive manufacturing technologies.He is working as a research engineer at Gazi University.
Mohammed Mazen Alhakeem, Msc
Mohammad Mazen Alhakeem received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Design Engineering at Damascus University (2007) and his M.S. Mechanical Design Engineering at Damascus University(2014). His graduate research was based on ” Develop an automated system to measure Poisson’s ratio for brittle materials”. Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused on deposition path planning for wire feed additive manufacturing processes. His research areas computer numerical controlled machines and wire arc additive manufacturing.
Ayşe Kübra Yıldız, MSc
Ayşe Kübra Yıldız received her B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering (2012 ) and also Department of Civil Engineering (2011) at Gazi University and her M.S. degree in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University (2015). Her graduate research was based on Wear Resıstance of Composite Coatings of Chromıum and Nanodıamonds on Sintered Ferrous Materials (Tubitak Project). Currently, she is a PhD student at Gazi University and her thesis is focused Mathematical and Numerical Modelling of Laser Beam and Super Alloy Metal Powder Interaction in Selective Laser Melting. Her research areas: Additive Manufacturing, Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Mathematical and Numerical Modelling.
Erkan Buğra Türeyen, Msc
E. Buğra Türeyen received his B.S and M.S degrees from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at İ.D. Bilkent University in 2013 and 2016 respectively. His graduate research subject was "Development of an iterative learning controller for polymer based micro-stereolithography prototyping systems". Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his research areas include wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM), laser based powder bed additive manufacturing (SLM) and electron beam melting (EBM) techniques. He is working as an advanced manufacturing technologies specialist engineer at ROKETSAN since 2017.
M.Enes GEBEL received his B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Kocaeli University (2015) and his M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering at Kahramanmaras Sütçüimam University (2018). His graduate research was based on development of an additive manufacturing method for manufacturing continuous fiber reinforced polymer matrix composite part . Currently, he is a PhD student at Gazi University and his thesis is focused on High volume robotic metal additive manufacturing . He has 3 patent aplication, one SCI article and some papers about composites,additive manufacturing and robotics. His working topics are additive manufacturing, waam, composite, robotic applications, advanced manufacturing technologies.
Büşra ASLAN, Msc
Büşra ASLAN received her B.S degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gaziantep University  and her M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering at Bursa Technical University . Her master thesis is focused on the design optimization with use lattice structure for additive manufacturing. Currently, she is a PhD student at Gazi University and her thesis is focused Directed Energy Deposition (DED). Her research areas additive manufacturing, design optimization and Computer Aided Design. She is working as a research assistant at Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University.
Mehmet Emin BADIR
Mehmet Emin Badir is a senior researcher and has been working at TUBITAK Uzay for more than 6 years. His research interests and experiences are structural and mechanical design of satellite parts, metal additive manufacturing (SLM and FDM/FFF), topology optimization, environmental vibration testing, structural, modal and vibration analysis by using CAE. In addition to those, his approach for novel areas can be defined as, being welcome for topics related to additive manufacturing technologies. He received his B.Sc. degree from the department of Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University in 2014 His undergraduate research focused on examination the air flow characterization of drone propellers and relationship between blade form and the air flow characterization. Gathering work experience from the industry, he has started to be interested in Additive Manufacturing technologies for achieving better spare parts for aerospace industry. In 2017, he began studying additive manufactured components for satellite structures, and he formed his research proposal under this topic, as being his master thesis study. After an intense and collaborative working under Prof. Dr. Oguzhan Yilmaz’s advisory, he successfully developed a metal AM satellite bracket produced by powders bed fusion methods (DMLS/SLM) in 2019 The qualification process was also successfully completed which makes this unique part ready for space flight. For more information,
Mahmut ÖZER, Msc
Mahmut Özer has recieved his B.S. degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Pamukkale University (2014) and his M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering at N. Erbakan University (2018). His graduate research was about investigation effect of Fe2O3 nanoparticles on mechanical properties of laminated polymer composite part. Currently, he is PhD student at Gazi University and researching on improving fatigue performance of additively manufactured Ti6Al4V parts through laser shock peening process. He has two papers about polymer composite materials and his working topics are additive manufacturing, laser surface treatments, composite materials.