Canhan Şen, Ph.D. Student, on going. Thesis subject: Spin dependent screening at ferroelectric/ferromagnet interfaces, local density of states and finite size effects.
Omid Mohammadmoradi, Ph.D. student, co-advised with Prof. Gözde İnce, M. Sc. (2017) thesis subject: High quality growth of Ba,Sr,TiO3 films via sol-gel methods for tunable applications.
Wael Ali Saeed Aldulaimi, Ph. D. Student, co-advised with Prof. Özge Akbulut, on-going, working on spin dependent transport at ferromagnetic/oxide junctions.
Mohammadreza Khodabakhsh, M. Sc. (2014),
Thesis title: Effect of A-site doping on the structure and phase transition temperatures of Bi(1-x)A(x)FeO3 (Supported by Deans Office of Sabancı University and partially by TÜBA).
Now Ph.D. student at
Hamidreza Khassaf, M. Sc. (2012) at Sabancı University,
Thesis title: Synthesis and characterization of BiFeO3 thin films (Supported by TÜBİTAK and partially by TÜBA).
Ph.D. student at the University of Connecticut, Materials Science and Engineering, graduated in 2017.
Currently carrying out post-doc work at Brown University, RI, USA.
Hale Nur Çöloğlu, M. Sc. (2011) at Sabancı University,
Thesis title: Phase transitions into multidomain states in ferroelectric thin films with depletion charges and partial electrode screening (supported by TÜBİTAK/BİDEP scholarship).
Now project engineer at National Nanotechnology Research Center (UNAM), Bilkent University.
Özgün Kocabıyık, B. Sc. (2011), M.Sc. (2013) EPFL, Switzerland, Ph.D. (2013- ) EPFL.
Senior Project (coadvised with Assoc. Prof. Ali Koşar): Synthesis and morphological characterization of magnetofluids.