Turkish Astrophysicist Ali Övgün Among The World's Most Influential Scientists

Turkish Astrophysicist Ali Ovgun Among The World's Most Influential Scientists
Turkish Astrophysicist Ali Ovgun Among The World's Most Influential Scientists

14 Academicians from EMU were included in the “World's Most Influential Scientists” List.
14 scientists from the Eastern Mediterranean University were included in the "World's Most Influential Scientists List" as a result of the research conducted by Stanford University.
The "World's Most Influential Scientists" list, published by Stanford University in the Elsevier database and included in the top 2021 percent according to the 2 citation year, was prepared in two categories as "career-long impact" and "annual impact".

Stanford University scientist Prof. Dr. Indicators such as "number of qualified publications", "citations to publications", "h-index", "hm-index" were taken into account by John PA Ioannidis and his research team, in the list of scientists from 22 departments and 176 sub-disciplines. Elsevier BV, one of the leading academic publishing companies, and SciTech Strategies, which has been producing scientific production evaluation and measurement maps for more than 30 years, supported the creation of the list. In the list, 200 thousand 409 scientists were ranked within the 2% of the world.

Who is Ali Ovgun?

Ali Övgün graduated from Izmir Institute of Technology, Department of Physics in 2010.
Thanks to SEPnet Scholarships, he studied astroparticle physics for one year at the University of Southampton, UK, in 2011. Later, he returned to the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) in Northern Cyprus and met with renowned physicist Prof. Yavuz Nutku and Prof. The student of John Wheeler, Turkish Cypriot theoretical physicist Prof. Dr. He worked with Mustafa Halilsoy and completed his master's degree in 2013 and his doctorate in Physics in 2016 with 20 articles published in good international journals. Dr. Övgün received the prestigious FONDECYT Postdoctorado 2017 fellowship from the Chilean government to do postdoctoral research for three years at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaso (PUCV), Instituto de Fisica in Valparaiso, Chile.

Dr. Övgün made short funded research visits to CERN TH Department (2017), University of Waterloo and Environmental Institute Theoretical Physics (2018), California State University, Fresno (2018), Stanford University – Institute for Theoretical Physics (2018) and Sabancı University (2022). found. He was a participant in From Qubits to Spacetime (PITP2018) at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) (2018) at Princeton.

Dr. Övgün's research has focused on understanding and limiting modified gravitational theories using various observables related to black holes. Hawking radiation has contributed to a variety of analysis methods, currently among the most widely used, for gravitational lensing and calculating the shadow of black holes. Apart from black holes, he works on various aspects of general relativity regarding wormholes, compact stars, Hawking radiation, and cosmological inflation.

Dr. Övgün is among the Top 2022% Scientist in the World in the Stanford University 2 Publications List. Ali Övgün is a theoretical physicist and works on general relativity, cosmology and astroparticle physics. This is a broad topic that touches on many different areas of physics, from quarks to the universe. It deals with questions that teach us about the fundamentals of physics.
It further examines this relationship to understand the deep connection between black holes and quantum information.

Over the years, black holes, wormholes, compact stars, semi-normal modes, black hole thermodynamics, Hawking radiation, cosmology, inflation, gravitational lensing, complexity, modified gravity theories, AdS/CFT, and holography.

Dr. Övgün tries to address a number of interesting questions in Physics, for example:
-Is it possible for the Big Bang to be replaced by a wormhole at the beginning of time?
-Is it possible to create a traversable wormhole?
How can quantum effects be incorporated into black hole/wormhole thermodynamics?
-What happens on the edge of a Black Hole or inside a Black hole?
-Could Our Universe Be a Hologram? or How Many Dimensions Are There in the Holographic Universe?
Why is the universe expanding at an accelerating rate?
-How Are Brain Cells Like Small Universes? And others…

prof. Dr. Karatepe Turkey's 11th Most Influential Scientist

According to the published report, EMU Tourism Faculty Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Osman M. Karatepe ranked 2,872 and became Turkey's 11th most influential scientist.

Faculty of Business and Economics, Department of Banking and Finance Prof. Dr. While Salih Katırcıoğlu is Turkey's 49th most influential scientist;

Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering Asst. Assoc. Dr. Babak Safei top 100,

Faculty of Business and Economics, Head of the Department of Economics Prof. Dr. Mehmet Balcilar,

Faculty of Engineering, Computer Engineering Department Lecturer Prof. Dr. Hasan Komurcugil,

Faculty of Science and Letters, Head of Mathematics Department Prof. Dr. Nazim Mahmudov,

Associate Professor of Chemistry. Dr. With Akeem Adeyemi Oladipo Associate Professor of Physics. Dr. Ali Övgün succeeded in entering the top 250.

On the other hand, Associate Professor of Science and Literature, Department of Mathematics. Dr. Arran Fernandez

Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Prof. Dr. Hasan Demirel,

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Physics Department Vice President Prof. Dr. Seyedhabibollah Mazharimousavi, Faculty of Engineering,

Professor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department. Dr. Osman Kukrer,

Dean of Faculty of Pharmacy Prof. Dr. Muberra Kosar,

Benedek Norbert Nagy, Faculty Member of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Mathematics, succeeded in being among the 1,211 academics included in the list from Turkey, and was among the 2% of the world.

Ref: Prof. Ali Övgün

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