Emerging Methods of Fire Detection Described in New Book by Enis Çetin

Emerging Methods of Fire Detection Described in New Book by Enis Çetin

February 8, 2016

Prof. Enis Çetin of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has coauthored a new book, “Methods and Techniques for Fire Detection,” with Bart Merci, Osman Günay, Behçet Uğur Töreyin and Steven Verstockt. The

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Roosevelt Diaries Edited by Edward Kohn

Roosevelt Diaries Edited by Edward Kohn

February 8, 2016

Asst. Prof. Edward Kohn, Department of History faculty member and chair of the Department of American Culture and Literature, has edited a new book. “A Most Glorious Ride: The Diaries of Theodore Roosevelt, 1877-1886”

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“Dr. Korczak’s Example” on Stage This Month at FMPA Chamber Theater

“Dr. Korczak’s Example” on Stage This Month at FMPA Chamber Theater

February 8, 2016

Staged by students from the Department of Performing Arts, the play “Dr. Korczak’s Example” had its Bilkent premiere last week in a Turkish translation. Additional performances will take place on February 10, 17 and

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EU’s MSCA Program Funding Four Bilkent Researchers

EU’s MSCA Program Funding Four Bilkent Researchers

February 2, 2016

Four Bilkent faculty members are being funded by the EU’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) program, part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 initiative. On the basis of the proposals they submitted in response to the

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Bilkent Researchers’ Diagnostic Kit Aims to Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

Bilkent Researchers’ Diagnostic Kit Aims to Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

February 2, 2016

Dr. Özgür Şahin and Dr.  Ali Güre of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics are working to develop a new gene-based diagnostic kit that predicts treatment response of the most aggressive breast cancers.

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CS Student a Member of Winning Team at PennApps XIII

CS Student a Member of Winning Team at PennApps XIII

February 2, 2016

Bilkent student Emrehan Tüzün (CS/IV) was a member of the four-person team that won PennApps XIII, the most recent iteration of the US’s foremost and largest collegiate hackathon. Team RAMEAR’s winning project demonstrated the

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Giovanni Volpe Publishes Textbook on Optical Tweezers

Giovanni Volpe Publishes Textbook on Optical Tweezers

February 2, 2016

Dr. Giovanni Volpe of the Department of Physics and UNAM has recently coauthored with Dr. Philip H. Jones (UCL, London, UK) and Dr. Onofrio M. Maragò (CNR-IPFC, Messina, Italy) a new book, “Optical Tweezers:

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“Fatih” Documentary Scripted by Mehmet Kalpaklı Premieres in Rome

“Fatih” Documentary Scripted by Mehmet Kalpaklı Premieres in Rome

February 2, 2016

“The Man Who Changed the Destiny of Europe: Fatih,” a documentary scripted by Asst. Prof. Mehmet Kalpaklı, chair of the Department of History and the Department of Turkish Literature, premiered at the National Museum

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