Assoc. Prof Nurcan Tunçbağ has been selected as one of 11 successful scientists as part of the first Mediterranean Science Team in the scope of MEDNIGHT
September 2021, Monday

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Assoc. Prof. Alper Uzun’s Lab just got the supplementary journal cover in ACS Catalysis
July 2021, Thursday

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Dr. Çiğdem Altıntaş won the 2020 Çevre Vakfı the Most Successful PhD Dissertation Award
June 2021, Friday

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Dr. Erkan Şenses received a Katip Çelebi-Newton Fund by TÜBİTAK and Royal Academy of Engineering
March 2021, Friday

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Our PhD graduate student Dr. Şeref Gül joined the Istanbul University as an Assistant Professor.
February 2021, Saturday

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College of Engineering faculty member Prof. Özlem Keskin Özkaya received TÜBİTAK National Research Leaders program research grant
February 2021, Wednesday

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2019 TÜBİTAK Incentive Award
December 2019, Thursday

Assoc. Dr. Alper Uzun has received 2019 TÜBİTAK Incentive Award. We congratulate Dr. Uzun for this extremely well-deserved recognition and wishing him continued success!

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Blavatnik Presidential Fellowship
October 2019, Friday

Ipek Simay Gökulu, who has graduated from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Chemical & Biological Engineering, received a Blavatnik Presidential Fellowship as a PhD student at Columbia University. We sincerely congratulate İpek Simay and wishing her continued success.

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KIMMTE 3 Award
March 2019, Sunday

Fourth-year Chemical and Biological Engineering students participated in the Third Chemical Engineering Design Event (KIMMTE 3) at Yıldız Technical University. After receiving several awards including First Prize in the first two KIMMTE events, our CHBI students continued KU’s fine track record at this year’s event. One group was awarded Second Prize among 27 pre-selected projects from 6 universities. The names of the students and their project are given below. Students: Emre Usman, Özce Durak, Özge Dereci, Umut Metin Project title: Commercial scale production of succinic acid from A. succinogenes by using bio-waste corn stov Congratulations to our students, and we wish them continued success in their future endeavors.

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