** Curriculum
Vitae**

Name: Oğuz Yılmaz |
Address: Izmir Institute of Technology, Dept. Of Mathematics, Urla,
İzmir, 35430 |

Email: oguzyilmaz@iyte.edu.tr

Telephone:

00-90-232 750 7751 (Work)

Telefax: 00-90-232 750 7777

__Education & Qualifications__** **

**1988-1992 University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK**

Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering,
Supervisor: Prof. Atilla İncecik

Thesis: Non-Linear Dynamic
Interaction Between Mooring Systems and a Floating
Structure Under Environmental Forces

**1983-1987 ****İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, İstanbul**

B.Sc. in Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering

** **

__Work Experience____ __

**July 2005-Present ****İzmir Yüksek Teknoloji Enstitüsü**

*Professor
at the Mathematics Department (Head of the Department until May 2016)*

Undergraduate
lectures given are
Differential Equations, Calculus, Complex Analysis, Special
Functions of Mathematical Physics.

Given M.Sc.
courses include Complex Analysis, Fluid Mechanics, Partial Differential
Equations and Integral Equations.

**June 2001-July 2005 ****Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi**

*Professor
and Head of the Department at the Mathematics Department*

Undergraduate lectures given are Boundary Value Problems,
Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Advanced
Calculus.

Given M.Sc. courses
include Applied Functional Analysis, Complex Analysis, Perturbation Methods,
Partial Differential Equations.

**1993-2001 ****İstanbul
Teknik Üniversitesi**

*Lecturer at the Ocean
Engineering Department*

Undergraduate lectures given are Design of
Offshore Structures (in Turkish), Kinematics (in Turkish) and Dynamics (in
Turkish).

**July 2001-Sep. 2001 University of Newcastle**

*Visiting Professor in
Newcastle University*,

Finalising the work on the Non-linear dam
breaking problem.

**Jan. 1997-May 1997 Strathclyde University**

*Visiting lecturer in
Strathclyde University*,

Teaching "Offshore
Structural Response" to final year students. Topics include Reliability
Analysis, Finite Element Analysis, Vibration Analysis and Fatigue Analysis of
Offshore Structures.

**Jan. 1996-Jan. 1997 Glasgow University**

*Academic Visitor Glasgow University*

Research on "Hydrodynamic
Interactions Among Multiple Cylinders"

Research Summary: Hydrodynamic
Interactions between a group of truncated vertical cylinders of circular cross
section and regular waves are investigated using Kagemoto's exact algebraic method and Garret's single
cylinder diffraction characteristics. Both diffraction and radiation problems
are solved in surge, heave and pitch modes.

**Mar. 1994-Apr. 1995** **Glasgow
University**

*Research Assistant*

Research on a EPSRC project entitled " Statistical Modelling of Environmental Parameters for
Reliability Analyses of Floating and Compliant Offshore Structures".

Research Summary: 1) Motion
Response Simulation of Semi-Submersibles Under Wave, Wind and Current Loading
Using Time and Frequency Domain Techniques. 2) The Effect of magnitude and of direction of
environmental forces on the motion responses and on the mooring forces of
semi-submersibles. 3) Extreme Motion Response Simulation with a Time Domain
Model Developed for Moored Semi-Submersibles. In this study
parametric studies were carried out to simulate some of the incidents of 1990
storm in which some mooring line failures occurred. 4) Mooring Line Damping
Prediction and Extreme Motion Response Analysis of Moored Semi-Submersibles.
First order and slowly varying motions and mooring forces were
combined to find the total extreme responses. 5) Effect of Double-Peaked
Wave Spectra on the Behaviour of Moored Semi-Submersibles.

__Organized Scientific Meetings__** **

- 17. Ulusal
Matematik Sempozyumu, Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi,

Matematik Bölümü, Bolu, 23-26
Ağustos 2004.

- Bolu Matematik Günleri, Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi,
Matematik Bölümü,

Bolu, 27 Haziran 2003.

- Lectures
On "Asymptotic Methods In Hydrodynamics” by Prof.
A. Korobkin,

Abant İzzet Baysal
Üniversitesi, Matematik Bölümü, Bolu, 21-24 May 2002.

- Lectures on Slamming and Wave Impact by Prof. A. Korobkin, Izmir
Institute

of Technology, Dept. of
Mathematics, Izmir, 15^{th} October-13^{th} November 2006.

**Projects**

·
Principal Investigator, “Hydrodynamic Interaction in Rotational Flow”,
September 2006-September 2008, Tubitak Project,
Budget: 40000 TL.

·
Principal Investigator “Fluid-Body Interaction: Dam Break Flow and Other
Applications”, September 2011-January 2014, Tubitak
Project, Budget 90000 TL.

** MSc Thesis Supervised**

·
Wave Asymptotics by Matched Asymptotic Expansions,
Kadir Kanat, 2004.

·
Hydrodynamic Interaction in Rotational Flow, Filiz
Çağatay, 2008.

·
Solution of dam break problem by using complex
analysis, Özge Çaylıoğlu, 2015.

·
Initial Stages of the Dam Break Problem, Damla
Isıdıcı, 2013

·
Wave Radiation by a Vertical Cylinder of Arbitrary
Cross Section, Ece Hazal Korkmaz, 2018-present.

**PhD Thesis Supervised**

·
Vortex – Cylinder Interaction, Serdar Tülü, 2011.

·
Fluid – Body Interaction: Dam Break Flow, Damla
Isıdıcı, 2013-2018.

·
Hydrodynamic Interaction of Waves with Cylinders of
Arbitrary Cross Section, N. Buğurcan Rüzgar, 2013-2018.

·
Three Dimensional Dam Break Problems, Elona Fetahu,
2016-2020.

·
Cavity Collapse Problems involving two Fluids, Tuğba
Yazan, 2020-present

__Publications__

36. Fetahu,E. & Yilmaz, O. 2021 “A three dimensional dam break
flow: small time behaviour”, *Applied
Ocean Research, *vol. 110, 102583.

35. Disibuyuk,
N.B., Korobkin, A. & Yilmaz, O. 2020 “Diffraction
of flexural-gravity waves by a vertical cylinder of non-circular cross
section”, *Applied Ocean Research*,
Vol. 101, 102234.

34. Demirel,
D.I., Iafrati, A., Korobkin,
A. & Yilmaz, O. 2019 “Asymptotic
behaviour of dam break flow for small times”, *Computational
Technologies*, Vol. 24(1), 7-27.

33. Disibuyuk,
N.B., Korobkin, A. & Yilmaz, O. 2018 “Dikey Silindirlerin Su Dalgaları ile Etkileşimi Problemine
Asimtotik Bir Yaklaşım”, 31. Ulusal Matematik
Sempozyumu, Erzincan.

32. Disibuyuk,
N.B., Korobkin, A. & Yilmaz, O. 2017 “Linear Wave Interaction with a Vertical Cylinder of Arbitrary Cross
Section: An Asymptotic Approach”, *Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal
and Ocean Engineering*, Vol. 143(5), 1-16. (**SCI**)

31. Disibuyuk,
N.B., Korobkin, A. & Yilmaz, O. 2017 “Water Wave Interaction with Several Non Circular Vertical Cylinders”, 32^{nd} International Workshop on
Water Waves and Floating Bodies (IWWWFB2017), Dailan
University of Technology, Dailan, China.

30. Yilmaz, O. & Korobkin, A. 2014 “Gravity Driven Flow of Two Fluids of
Equal Depth”, V All Russian Conference with Foreign Participants “Free Boundary
Problems: Theory, Experiment and Applications”, Biysk, Russia.

29. Yilmaz, O., Korobkin, A. & Iafrati, A.
2013 “The initial stage of dam break flow of two immiscible fluids. Linear
analysis of global flow”, *Applied Ocean
Research*, Vol. 42, 60-69. (**SCI**)

28. Pashaev,
O. & Yilmaz, O. 2011 ‘Hamiltonian
Dynamics of N Vortices in Concentric Annular Region’, *Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and
Theoretical*, Vol. 44, 185501. (**SCI**)

27. Tulu, S. &
Yilmaz, O. 2010 “Motion of Vortices Outside a Cylinder”, *Chaos*, Vol. **20**, 043103.
(**SCI**)

26. Coskun,
H. & Yilmaz, O. 2009 “A New Dynamical Model of Brainstorming: Linear,
Nonlinear, Continuous (Simultaneous) and Impulsive (Sequential) Cases”, *Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, Vol.
53, 253-264. (**SSCI**)

25. Pashaev,
O. & Yilmaz, O. 2009 ‘Power Series
Solution for the Two Dimensional Inviscid Flow with a Vortex and Multiple
Cylinders’, *Journal of Engineering
Mathematics*, accepted for publication, Vol. 65, 157-169. (**SCI**)

24. Pashaev,
O. & Yilmaz, O. 2008 ‘ Vortex Images and Q-elementary Functions’, *Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and
Theoretical*, Vol. 41, 135207. (**SCI**)

23. Korobkin,
A. & Yilmaz, O. 2009 ‘The Initial Stage of Dam-Break Flow’, *Journal of Engineering Mathematics*, Vol.
63, 293-308.(**SCI**)

22. Akhmet,
M.U., Tleubergenova, M.A. & Yilmaz, O. 2008 ‘
Asymptotic Behaviour of Linear Impulsive Integro-Differential
Equations’, *Computers & Mathematics
with Applications, *Vol. 56, pp. 1071-1081(**SCI**)

21.
Yılmaz, O., 2007 ‘ Second Order Diffraction of Water Waves by Circular
Cylinders and some Related Numerical Problems’, *Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, *Vol. 129,
Issue 1, pp. 68-70. (Technical Brief) (**SCI**)

20. Akhmet, M. & Yılmaz, O. 2005 ' Positive solutions
of linear impulsive differential equations', *Nonlinear Oscillations *vol. 8*,
*No 3, pp.291-297.

19.
Yılmaz, O., 2004 ' An iterative procedure for the
diffraction of water waves by multiple cylinders', *Ocean Engineering*,
Vol. 31, pp. 1437-1446. (**SCI**)

18. Söylemez,
M., & Yılmaz O., 2003 ‘ Hydrodynamic Design
of a TLP type Offloading Platform’, *Ocean
Engineering*, Vol. 30, pp. 1269-1282. (**SCI**)** **

17. Yılmaz O., & Incecik, A., 2003 ‘ Simulation of Green Water Flow on Deck
Using Non-linear Dam Breaking Theory’, *Ocean
Engineering*, Vol. 30, No. 5. (**SCI**)

16. Yılmaz O., & Incecik, A., 2001 ‘ Wave
Enhancement due to Blockage in Semi-Submersible and TLP Structures’*, Ocean Engineering*, Vol. 28, No. 5. (**SCI**)

15. Incecik,
A., Bowers, J., Mould, G. and Yılmaz, O., 1998 ' Response Based Extreme
Value Analysis of Moored Offshore Structures due to Wave, Wind and Current'*, Journal of Marine Science and Technology*,
Vol. 3, No. 3. (**SCI**)

14. Yılmaz, O., & Incecik, A., 1998, ‘ Effect of
Double Peaked Wave Spectra on the Behaviour of Moored Semi-submersibles’, *ECOR: Oceanic Engineering International
Journal*, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 54-64.

13. Yılmaz, O., 1998, '
Hydrodynamic Interactions of Waves with a Group of Truncated Vertical
Cylinders', *Journal of Waterway, Port,
Coastal & Ocean Engineering*, Vol. 124, No. 5. (**SCI**)

12. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1998, ' Analytical Solutions of the Diffraction
Problem of a Group of Truncated Vertical Cylinders', *Ocean Engineering*, Vol. 25, No. 6.
(**SCI**)

11. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1996, ' Extreme Motion Response Analysis of
Moored Semi-Submersibles', *Ocean
Engineering*, Vol. 23, No. 6. (**SCI**)

10. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1996, ' Hydrodynamic Design of Moored Floating
Platforms', *Marine Structures*, Vol.
9, No. 5. (**SCI**)

9. Incecik,
A., Bowers, J., Mould, G. and Yılmaz, O., 1996 ' Response Based Extreme
Value Analysis of Moored Offshore Structures due to Wave, Wind and Current', *Proceedings of the International Workshop on
Very Large Floating Structures*, Hayama, Japan.

8. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1995, ' Motion Response of Semi-Submersibles in
Extreme Weather Conditions',
*Technical** Congress of Ship Building*, Istanbul (
In Turkish).

7. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1995, ' Dynamic Response of Moored
Semi-submersible Platforms to Non-Collinear Wave, wind and Current Loading', __5th
__*International Offshore and Polar
Engineering Conference*, The Hague, The Netherlands.

6. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1993, ' Dynamic Response of Compliant Offshore
Platforms to Non-Collinear Wave, wind and Current Loading', *6th International Conference on Structural
Safety and Reliability*, Innsbruck, Austria.

5. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1993, ' Effect of Environmental and Geometrical
Characteristics in the Design of a Moored Floating Platform', *Symposium on Integrity of Offshore
Structures*, Glasgow.

4. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1992, ' Identification of Non-linear Effects in
Predicting the Motion Response of a CALM System', *11th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic
Engineering*, Calgary.

3. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1991, ' Non-Linear Dynamic Time Domain
Simulation of Moored Floating Systems', *10th
International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering*,
Stavanger.

2. Yılmaz, O. & Incecik A., 1990, ' Non-Linear Dynamic Interaction Between
Mooring Systems and a Floating Structure Under Environmental Forces', *9th International Conference on Offshore
Mechanics and Arctic Engineering*, Houston.

1. Helvacıoglu,
I.H. & Yılmaz, O., 1989 ' Hydrodynamic Design of Floating Offshore
Structures', *Technical Congress of Ship
Building*, Istanbul ( In Turkish).

__Cooperation With Other
Researchers__

- Prof. Alexander Korobkin, University of East Anglia, Department of
Mathematics, England. (Dam Breaking Problems, Cavity Collapse, Diffraction
by Cylinders of Arbitrary Cross Section)
- Prof. Oktay
Pashaev, Izmir Institute of Technology,
Department of Mathematics, Urla, İzmir,
Turkey. (Vortex Dynamics)
- Prof. Alessandro Iafrati, INSEAN, Rome, Italy. (Dam Break Problem
involving two fluids)
- Dr. N. B. Dişibüyük, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi, Matematik Bölümü,
İzmir, Turkey. (Diffraction by Cylinders of Arbitrary Cross Section)