I'm a researcher at Dokuz Eylul University, Department of Physics, Izmir-Turkey.
My research area is mainly focused on:

  • Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions
  • Critical exponents and universality classes of magnetic systems
  • Core-shell nanoparticles, nanowires
  • Relaxation process in magnetic systems.
  • Classic and Quantum Monte Carlo simulations of strongly interacting spin systems.

Research Group: Computational Studies in Spin Systems (csinss)


PhD: Dokuz Eylul University, Physics Department (2011-2016)

Title: Effective Field Theory and Monte Carlo simulation of the Ising model under a time dependent oscillating longitudional field

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hamza Polat

Summary: Our main aim and starting point are to understand the magnetic responses of the spin systems including quenched randomness or different types of magnetic components driven by a time dependent oscillating magnetic field. In this regard, we touch upon magnetization dynamics and non-equilibrium phase transition properties of considered systems by making use of both Effective-Field Theory (EFT) with single-site correlations and Monte-Carlo simulation (MC) technique in detail.

MSc: Dokuz Eylul University, Physics Department (2008-2011)

Title: Investigation of the kinetic behaviors of the spin systems in the neighbourhood of the equilibrium

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gul Gulpinar

Summary: We have studied the kinetic phase transition properties of the Blume-Capel model with random single ion anisotropy. By making use of the Glauber stochastic dynamics, the stationary states of the system under the effect of the oscillating magnetic field are obtained in two different approximations: mean field approximation (MFA) and effective field approximation (EFA). The time averaged magnetization acts as the order parameter and divides temperature field plane into three regions: ferromagnetic, paramagnetic and coexistence of ferromagnetic and paramagnetic phases. It is observed that the topology of the dynamical phase diagram depends strongly on the concentration of the crystal field.