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Assist. Prof. Dr. Selim Sarp TUNÇOKU
 
Publications:
 

Yardım B., Tunçoku S.S. (2009) "Dampness problems in a historic house in İzmir, Turkey", International Journal of Architectural Heritage, Vol.3, pp. 1-23.

Tunçoku S. S., Caner-Saltık E. N. (2006) “Opal-A rich additives in ancient masonry mortars”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol.36, pp. 1886-1893.

Tuncoku S. S., Caner-Saltık E. N., Hugon P. (2004):  "Raw Material Characteristics and the Development of Pozzolanic Properties in Some Medieval Mortars” Colloque d’Archéométrie'2001, University of La'Rochelle – France, by G.M.P.C.A. (Groupe des Méthodes Pluridisciplinaires Contribuant à l'Archéologie), Revue D'Archeometrie – No: 28, pp. 109-116.

Tuncoku S. S. (2004): “Günümüzde Koruma/Restorasyon Çıkmazı – Problems of Conservation/Restoration Today”, Mimarlık Dergisi, Mimarlar Odası – Journal of The Chamber of Achitects / January - February / 315, 56-59

Tuncoku S. S. (2003): “Sivas, Tarihi Yapılar ve Koruma Sorunları – Sivas, Historic Buildings and the problems of Conservation”, Cumhuriyet’in 80. Yılında Sivas Kültür, Turizm ve Ekonomi Bilgi Şöleni, 15-17 Mayıs 2003 (Proceedings-in print)

Tuncoku S. S., (2000): “Anadolu Selçuklu Dönemi Yapılarında Harç Özellikleri – Properties of Mortars used in the Buildings of Anatolian Seljuk Period”, 1. Uluslararası Selçuklu Kültür ve Medeniyetleri Kongresi Bildiriler Kitabı – Proceedings of First International Congress of Sejuk Cultures and Civilizations, V. II, 349-354

Gökbulut Ö., Tuncoku S. S., Caner-Saltık E. N. (1997):  “A GIS Approach to the Conservation Problems of a Glazed Tile Object in a Medival Monument”, in “8es  journées d’études de la SFIIC Chalon-sur-Saone”, Informatique & Conservation – Restauration du Patrimoine Culturel, Paris, 149-154

Tuncoku S. S., Caner-Saltık E. N., Bakırer Ö. (1995):  “Physical Properties of Some Durability Characteristics of Brickwork in Three Medieval Buildings in Anatolia”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ceramics in Architecture of the 8th CIMTEC-World Ceramics Congress and Forum on New Materials, ed. by Vincenzini P., Florence, Italy, Section I, 543-549

Tuncoku S. S., Caner-Saltık E. N., Böke H. (1993):  “Definition of the Materials and Related Problems of a XIIIth Century Anatolian Seljuk 'Mesjid': A Case Study in Konya City”, Conservation of Stone and Other Materials, Proceedings of the International UNESCO-RILEM Congress, ed. by Thiel M.J., E & FN Spon, Paris, Vol.1, 368-375

 

Research Projects:
 

International
January1980 – November 1983 as a research student: Kyoto University, Department of Architecture - Laboratory of Kunio KATO, on the scholarship granted by Japanese Government Ministry of Education; 

  • Preliminary project of Mental Diseases Hospital in Rakunan City

  • Preliminary and application projects of Maizuru City Congress & Cultural Center

  • Field survey and architectural analyses for Kaigake Mura Village

  • Field survey and architectural analyses for Kumogahata Village

National 
2004-2005 as a project manager: İzmir Institute of Technology, Research Fund Project No. 2004 İYTE 52: “Examination of the Interface Relations between Structural Brick and Mortars for the Purpose of Suitable Repairs in Historical Structures”.

2000-2001 as a project member: Middle East Technical University, Research Fund Project – No: 2000.02.01.03: “Alternatif Malzemeler ve Onarım Harçları – Alternative Raw Materials for Repair Mortars”, conducted by Prof. Dr. E. N. Caner-Saltık – Materials Conservation Laboratory, Department of Architecture - METU .

1998 – 1999 as a project member: Middle East Technical University, Research Fund Project – No: 98.02.01.03: “Onarım Harçları Geliştirmek Amacı ile Tarihi Yığma Yapılarda Harç Özelliklerinin Araştırılması – Specification of Historic Masonry Mortars for the Development of Repair Mortars”, conducted by Prof. Dr. E. N. Caner-Saltık – Materials Conservation Laboratory, Department of Architecture - METU .

1996 – 1998 as a project member: Middle East Technical University, Research Fund Project – No: 96.02.01.02: “Anadolu’da Ortaçağ Taş ve Tuğla Anıtlardaki Haç Özellikleri – Mortar Properties of Some Stone and Brick Masonry Monuments in Medieval Anatolia”, conducted by Prof. Dr. E. N. Caner-Saltık – Materials Conservation Laboratory, Department of Architecture - METU .

 
 
 

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