Lutfi Ozyuzer
 
Izmir Institute of Technology
Department of Physics,
Gulbahce Campus, Urla,
TR-35430 Izmir, Turkey
 
Phone: +90 232 750 7705
Fax: +90 232 750 7707
E-mail: ozyuzer [at] iyte.edu.tr
 
 
 

1968 I was born in Corum.

1985 graduated from Corum Ataturk Lisesi(high school)

1991 graduated from Hacettepe University, Physics Engineering (B.S.)

1991-1993 Research Assistant at Hacettepe University

1993-2000 Research Assistant at Izmir Institute of Technology

1995 graduated from Illinois Institute of Technology, Physics (M.S.)

1999 graduated from Illinois Institute of Technology Physics (Ph.D.)

1999-2000 Postdoctoral Research Associate at Argonne National Laboratory

2000-2004 Assistant Professor at Izmir Institute of Technology

2002 received Young Investigators Award of Turkish Academy of Sciences

2004-2011 Associate Professor at Izmir Institute of Technology

2006 received  Encouragement Award of Scientific and Technical Council of Turkey (TUBITAK)

2008 received Research Fellowship for Experienced Scientist Award of Alexander von Humboldt

2008-2010 Visiting Professor at University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany

2011-present  Professor at Izmir Institute of Technology

 
 
 
EDUCATION:
 
        Ph.D.-Physics (July 1999), Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA. 
o       Specializing in Quasiparticle and Josephson Tunneling in High 
               Temperature Superconductors:
 
        M.S.-Physics (May 1995), Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA.
 
        B.S.-Engineering Physics (January 1991),  Hacettepe University,             
               Ankara, Turkey.
               
 
EXPERIENCE:
 
        2011-present  Prof. -Department of Physics, Izmir Institute of 
Technology, Izmir, Turkey.
 
        2004-2011 Assoc. Prof. -Department of Physics, Izmir Institute of 
Technology, Izmir, Turkey.
 
        2000-2004: Asst. Prof. -Department of Physics, Izmir Institute of 
Technology, Izmir, Turkey.
 
        1999-2000: Postdoctoral Senior Research Associate, Illinois                   
Institute of Technology and Materials Science Division, Argonne        
National Laboratory. Duty involved conducting tunneling                    
spectroscopy experiments in cryogenics temperatures.
 
        1995-1999: Research Associate-Materials Science Division,
Argonne National Laboratory. Duty involved conducting tunneling 
spectroscopy experiments in cryogenics temperatures.
 
        1993-1999: Research Assistant-Department of Physics, Izmir Institute 
of Technology, Izmir, Turkey.
 
        1991-1993: Research Assistant-Department of Engineering Physics,  
o       Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.  Duty involved conducting 
undergraduate physics laboratories, discussion classes, and 
one-on-one tutoring. 
 
 
 
 
SKILLS:
              Preparation of thin films by evaporation and magnetron sputtering, 
         and thick films by screen printing.
              Resistivity, magnetization, thermoelectric power, critical current 
         and x-ray diffraction measurements on high-Tc superconductor 
         thin, thick and bulk samples.
              Reactive DC sputtering to deposit Nitrites. Quasiparticle and 
         Josephson tunneling in high temperature superconductors.
              Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy 
              Low temperature and UHV techniques.
              Photolithography techniques.
              Familiarity with automated data acquisition systems.
              UNIX, DOS, FORTRAN, Latex, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Kaleidagraph.
 
 
 
 
HONORS AND AWARDS:
              Young Investigator Award, Turkish Academy of Sciences, 2002  

        NATO Travel Award. Scanning Probe Microscopy: Characterization,

Nanofabrication and Device Application of Functional Materials

NATO Advanced Study Institute, Albufeira, Algarve, Portugal, October 1-13, 2002

              Invited to Italy by Prof. P. Romano (Salerno University) for three seminars 
series. November 30th-December 6th, 2000.
              Invited to Japan by Prof. T. Hasegawa (National Institute for Research in 
Inorganic Materials and Tokyo Institute of Technology) for a seminar and a 
graduate lecture. January 20th-30th, 2000.
              Full Scholarship for M.S. and Ph.D. study in the USA from Turkish 
Government. (1993-1999).
              NATO Travel Award for 20th International School of Crystallography, May 
17th-29th, 1993 Erice, Italy.