Physics Engineering – Ankara University

Physics Engineering Ankara University
Physics Engineering Ankara University

Physics Engineering is an engineering field aimed at solving high-tech problems with the knowledge and skills acquired in the fields of Physics and Engineering, together with research and development activities. It is a field that is especially needed in sectors such as energy, telecommunications, development of advanced technology materials, spectroscopy, health physics, development of micro and macro systems, quality control. Physics Engineering – Ankara University has received project support from TUBITAK, DPT, TAEK institutions since its establishment. Physics Engineering – Ankara University was established in 1982.

Collaborations

The Theoretical Physics Center in Trieste maintains scientific cooperation with various universities in the USA, especially DESY, CERN, Darmstadt Technical University in Germany and Duisburg University, Feza Gürsey Institute, Marmara Research Center institutions. Graduate and doctorate students from the department and researchers to do post-doctoral studies have been sent to these universities and organizations and they continue to be sent. The department has proven its success in training faculty members by sending a large number of faculty members to all universities in Turkey, especially METU, Hacettepe and Ege Universities. Faculty members of the department undertook the establishment of the Physics Departments of Selçuk, Fırat, İnönü, Dicle and Trakya Universities. In the section; There are Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Quantum Physics, Optics, Radiation Detection and Measurement, Imaging, Spectroscopy, X-rays and Advanced Technological Materials and Semiconductor Physics Laboratories.

Purpose of the Section

Physics Engineering is an engineering field aimed at solving high-tech problems with the knowledge and skills acquired in the fields of Physics and Engineering, together with research and development activities. It is a field that is especially needed in sectors such as energy, communication, development of advanced technology materials, spectroscopy, health physics, optics, development of micro and macro systems, quality control. There is the Chamber of Physics Engineers (members of the Turkish Chamber of Architects and Engineers) established by the Physics Engineers who graduated from our department. In addition, there are Turkish Physical Society and Turkish Physics Foundation as other non-governmental organizations.

Among the graduates of our department, Prof.Dr., who received the Wigner Award. Erdal İnönü, President of TÜBİTAK Prof.Dr. Namık Kemal Pak, TAEK President Prof.Dr. Fahri Domanic and Prof.Dr. There are names such as Yalçın Sanalan. Between 1954-1982, 450 students graduated from the department as Physics Engineers. Between 1991-1999, 577 Physics Engineers graduated. The number of Physics Graduate Engineers and Physics Engineers graduated from the department since its establishment is around 1900. Graduates work in various institutions other than academics. They also work in the private sector in some factories, workplaces and computer sectors (see alumni list). The department has proven its success in training faculty members by sending a large number of faculty members to all universities in Turkey, especially METU, Hacettepe and Ege Universities. Faculty members of the department undertook the establishment of the Physics Departments of Selçuk, Fırat, İnönü, Dicle and Trakya Universities. Ankara University Faculty of Engineering Department of Physics Engineering, which uses the elements of Application and Engineering, aims to assimilate microscopic and macroscopic basic physics knowledge to its students, continues its research activities with its productive experienced academic staff, and can carry the knowledge of physics, which forms the basis of advanced technology that will not be ignored in the 21st century, to all segments of the society. one of its parts.

There is the Chamber of Physics Engineers (members of the Turkish Chamber of Architects and Engineers) established by the Physics Engineers who graduated from our department. In addition, there are Turkish Physical Society and Turkish Physics Foundation as other non-governmental organizations.

Source: http://phys.eng.ankara.edu.tr/genel-bilgi/

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