BS in EE, Middle East Tech. Univ., 1987 MS in Physics, Middle East Tech. Univ., 1990 PhD in Physics, Bilkent Univ., 1997
quantum transport, quantum devices, device physics, nanoelectronics, graphene, 2d materials, low temperature physics, OLED displays
Amerikan Fizik Toplulugu
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