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    Faculty of Education

Physics (MSc)

1. General Information

Physics department launched its education program at Anadolu University in 1982. Osmangazi University is established by law in 1993, participated in conformity with the law.

There are 5 professors, 6 associate professors, 12 assistant professors, in total, 23 faculty members, 9 research assistants and 3 administrative personnel are employed in the department. The faculty members continue to work in the field of general physics, atomic and molecular physics, nuclear physics, solid state physics and high energy and plasma physics.  In the physics department, there are 4 student laboratories and 16 research laboratories. 

Graduate students (MSc and PhD) use their research labs to conduct studies related to their dissertations. In addition to teach introductory physics lectures (Physics I, Physics II) and physics related classes at other departments of our university, the faculty members are involved in national and international projects, and they are conducted Master's and Doctoral programs.

Students with sufficient grade point average are eligible to apply for “double major” and “second major” programs at the associated departments. In addition, our students can take courses from national and foreign universities via “Erasmus”, “Farabi” and “Mevlana” student/faculty exchange programs during their education. Our department encourages undergraduate students to participate in the summer internship program in the pre-arranged institutions.

Our alumni are employed in government institutions and private sector as faculty member, researcher, research and development specialist, teacher in state and private schools (if they complete a year and half long graduate collage program). In addition, our alumni work as computer programmer and occupational health and safety specialist (after completion of a certificate program). Recently, they are also employed as instructors in school of health services programs such as opticianry, medical imaging technologies.     

 

2. Qualification

The students who have accomplished the program will have a Bachelor’s degree in physics field.

 

3. Level of Qualification

Undergraduate.

 

4. Admission and Enrollment Terms

General admission and enrollment terms are eligible for Turkish and foreign students.

 

5. Recognition of Former Education

In Turkish Higher Education Institutions, recognition of former formal education, vertical and lateral transfer and transfer between departments in the university is fulfilled within the scope of YÖK (Yüksek Öğretim Kurulu) regulations, namely “The transfer between associate degrees and undergraduate degrees, double major, lateral branch and inter-institutional credit transfer regulations in the Higher Education Institutions”. At the beginning of the each period, exemption exams for language and computer sciences courses can be taken. Students who can pass the exam will be exempted from the mentioned courses.

 

6. Competency Requirements and Terms

The students have to pass all of the courses in the program and must not have any FF, DZ or YZ grades. In this program, the students should have minimum 240 ECTS and grade points average (GPA) have to be minimum 2 over 4.

 

7. Objectives of the Program

To raise physicists who have the ethics of basic sciences and having understood the importance of country’s natural sources.  These also will have high caliber knowledge of physics and apply them into physics and technological fields by interrogating the related problems.

Industry-University cooperation will be the first item in order to solve industrial problems related to basic sciences. To make national and international research works in order to achieve these goals.

To be able to apply all the processes of physical research both theoretical and experimentally in the daily life of citizens.

To train physicist who have the sense of ethics and also know the importance of country’s natural sources and also being team workable and responsible.

 

8. Program Competencies (Learning Outcomes)

 

LO1

Using the knowledge of undergraduate education in postgraduate level.

LO2

Gaining the investigator feature with vocational responsibility.

LO3

To be able to improve themselves by following the innovations in the field of Physics which are important in the development of science and technology.

LO4

Sharing their concepts in seminar, symposium, conference etc. by using the skills of self-study.

LO5

To be able to prepare a scientific publication with the knowledges obtained from graduate and postgraduate studies.

LO6

Tracing the developments of physics in national and international fields.

LO7

Design and apply theoretical, experimental and model-based research; the ability to analyze and resolve complex problems that arise during this process.

LO8

To be able to join interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary team works.

LO9

To be able to make literature search, presentation, experimental setup preparation, application and explication of results.

LO10

Getting and using the initiative independently.

LO11

Having the scientific and vocational wafer and defending this apprehension in every medium.

9. Careers

Our alumni are employed in government institutions and private sector as faculty member, researcher, research and development specialist, teacher in state and private schools (if they complete a year and half long graduate collage program). In addition, our alumni work as computer programmer and occupational health and safety specialist (after completion of a certificate program). Recently, they are also employed as instructors in school of health services programs such as opticianry, medical imaging technologies.     

 

10. Further Study

The department offers a various research opportunities leading to master and PhD degrees for the students who are successfully graduated from undergraduate program have sufficient grade of foreign language and ALES (or equivalent exams) grades.

 

11. Manner of Study

Fulltime study program.

 

12. Address and Contact Details (Head of Department/Program and Deputies

Eskişehir Osmangazi University Physics Department

Meşelik 26480 Eskişehir

Phone number: 0 222 239 37 50 / 2801

Prof. Dr. Ferhunde ATAY(Head of Department), Intercom: 2802

Assist. Prof. Dr. Sertaç EROĞLU (Co-Head of Department), Intercom: 2817

Assist.. Prof. Dr. Mustafa AKARSU (Co-Head of Department), Intercom: 2822

Assist. Prof. Dr. Sertaç EROĞLU (Erasmus Coordinator), Intercom: 2817

 

13. Department/ Program Facilities

There are 6 professors, 5 associate professors, 12 assistant professors, totally 23 instructors and also 9 research assistants and 3 administrative personnel in the department.

In the Physics department, there are 28 offices, 4 classrooms and 16 research labs. There are 4 classrooms are equipped with stable Data Show.

 

Students Laboratories

Analysis laboratory of electric circuits

Introduction to electronics laboratory

General Physics  (Electric ve Magnetism)

General Physics (Mechanics)

Modern Physics labratory

Wibrations and ossilations laboratory

 

 

Research Laboratories

Material Production and analysis laboratory

Molecular LASER Spectroscopy research laboratory

Molecular mechanics and biophysics laboratory

Molecular yynthesis and FT-IR spectroscopy  research laboratory

Molecular simulation laboratory

Nanotechnology  research laboratory

Nucleer physics  research laboratory

Plasma physics and technologies research laboratory

Spin coating thin film production laboratory

Ultrasonic  research laboratory

Fuel cell production and research laboratory

Semiconductor analysis labrotary

Semiconductor film production labrotary

Surface and coating characterization labrotary

Optical characterization labrotary

Semiconductor electrical characterization measuremet labratory

 

14. Academic Staff

Atom ve Molekül Fiziği ABD

Doç. Dr. Güneş KÜRKÇÜOĞLU

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Erol TAŞAL

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Sertaç EROĞLU

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Mustafa AKARSU

 

Genel Fizik ABD

Prof. Mehmet Selami KILIÇKAYA

Prof. Dr. Naci EKEM

Doç. Dr. Gökhan SAVAROĞLU

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Salih KÖSE

Yrd. Doç. Dr. İsmail ÖZKAN

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ali ÇETİN

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Sema KURTARAN

Arş. Gör. Dr. Murat KELLEGÖZ

Arş. Gör. Dr. Gökhan KILIÇ

Arş. Gör. Dr. Uğur Gökhan İŞSEVER

Arş. Gör. Dr. Sadiye ÇETİNKAYA ÇOLAK

Arş. Gör. Dr. Sinem AYDEMİR

 

Katıhal Fiziği ABD

Prof. Dr. M. Celalettin BAYKUL

Prof. Dr. Ferhunde ATAY

Doç. Dr. İdris AKYÜZ

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer ÖZBAŞ

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Şadan KORKMAZ

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Tevfik ÜNALDI

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Derya PEKER

Yrd. Doç. Dr. Mehmet PEKER

Arş. Gör. Seniye KARAKAYA

 

Nükleer Fizik ABD

Prof. Dr. Emel ALĞIN

Arş. Gör. Celal AŞICI

 

Yüksek Enerji ve Plazma Fiziği ABD

Prof. Dr. Abdullah ALĞIN

Doç. Dr. Tamer AKAN

Doç. Dr. Suat PAT

Arş. Gör. Erkan İLİK

 


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