Ten projects of Sabancı University have been supported by TÜBİTAK under the ARDEB 1001 Program

10 projects of Sabancı University faculty members and researchers have been granted within the framework of TÜBİTAK ARDEB 2021 2nd term "1001-Scientific and Technological Research Projects Support Program”.

Supported projects are:

Principal Investigator Ali Koşar, Faculty Member at Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences and part-time researcher at Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM) - project entitled “Energy Harvesting with Small-Scale Hydrodynamic Cavitation and Development of New Generation Microfluidic Energy Harvesting Devices”. 2 full-time members and 1 technical expert from SUNUM take part in the project as researchers.

Principal Investigator Araz Sheibani Aghdam*, post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences and part-time researcher at Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM) - project entitled “Energy Efficient Co2 Capture with High-Performance Segregation Device Equipped with Hydrodynamic Cavitation Microfluidic System and Co2-phyilic Electrospun Nanofibers”,

Principal Investigator Bahattin Koç*, member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences and part-time researcher at Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM) - project entitled “Manufacturing of Leather Conjugate Supporting Hair Follicle Development through Innovative 3D Hybrid Bioprinting Method”,

Principal Investigator Ezgi Karabulut Türkseven, member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences - project entitled “Machine Learning Applications that Learn Product Valuations to the Problem of Package Pricing”,

Principal Investigator Hatice Sinem Şaş Çaycı, researcher at Integrated Manufacturing Technologies Research and Application Center (SU-IMC) - project entitled “Manufacturing of New Generation Thermoplastic Space and Aviation Composites with Automatic Fiber Laying Process: Towards On-Site Consolidation and Composite 4.0”,

Principal Investigator Hüseyin Özkan, member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences - project entitled “Non-Supervised Deep Learning for Practical and High-Performance Brain-Computer Interfaces and an Innovative Video Target Marking and Tracking Application”,

Principal Investigator Junko Kanero, member of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - project entitled “Development of Attitudes Towards Robots and Other Groups: Examination of Human-Robot Interaction from the Perspective of Inter-Group Contact”,

Principal Investigator Morteza Ghorbani*, researcher at Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM) - project entitled “Experimental and Numerical Examination of Thrombolysis Induced by Hydrodynamic Cavitation by Using Clot on a Chip Model and Prototyping of Hydrodynamic Cavitation-Supported, Catheter-Guided Thrombolysis Device”,

Principal Investigator Nur Mustafaoğlu Varol, member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences - project entitled “Selection of Peptide Sequences That Can Pass the Blood-Brain Barrier by Using the Most Developed 3D In Vitro Organ Chip Models and Their Integration with Nano-Transmitter Systems”,

Principal Investigator Özge Kemahlıoğlu Bayer, member of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - project entitled “The Role of Information on Updating Voters’ Expectations”.

*Projects of which principal investigators are Bahattin Koç, member of FENS, Araz Sheibani Aghdam, post-doctoral researcher at FENS, and Morteza Ghorbani, researcher at SUNUM, will be carried out at Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center.

The criteria considered favorably in the evaluation of 1001 project applications are including: The outcome performance of principal investigators’ previous supported projects, compatibility with priority areas in TÜBİTAK’s call plan and increase in the technological readiness level in the proposed project, projects that are directly related to R&D and innovation in the framework of compliance with the Green Deal, being involved in EU projects under Horizon 2020 as a coordinator, multi-disciplinary/inter-disciplinary projects, university-university collaboration and university-industry collaboration projects.

Release date: 12.01.2022 13:43:16