I am a Ph.D. student in Fiber and Polymer Science at NC State. I came to NC State after receiving an M.S. in Textile Engineering in my native Turkey. During the summer of 2017 I interned in Microsoft’s applied sciences group where I worked on several innovation projects and was able to develop my communication and teamwork skills. In addition, I have worked in the College of Textiles’ weaving lab where I work on industry projects. My current research interests are in 3D patterning of metal oxides-carbon nanotube structures and their applications in microfluidics. Besides doing research and experiments, I enjoy hiking and traveling.
Material Characterization, Nanomaterials, Thin Films and Nanotechnology, Microfluidics
Her research focuses on 3D patterning of ultralight porous metal oxide and MWCNT macro-structures and their applications in microfluidics. She will study how to conduct and fully understand this new application area of 3D patterning of microporous materials.
B.S. from Istanbul Technical University in Textile Engineering
M.S. from Istanbul Technical University in Textile Engineering