MASTER & PhD STUDENTS

PhD Student

Kamil BİÇER

Current study has been performing by the collaboration between International Cyprus University and Erzincan University 

Master Students

MSc Student

Ugurcan ERGÜN

Current MSc study was supported by Erzincan University Scientific Research Projects. Total budget of the supported project was 14,000.0 USA dolars.The aim of the current MSc study was to investigate the confinement effects of different used materials instead of conventional shear reinforcement bars.

MSc Student

İbrahim ERTUÇ

Current MSc study was supported by Erzincan University Scientific Research Projects. Total budget of the supported project was 13,731.298  USA dolars. Different confinement effects was performed in the case of corroded RC beams by using an accelerated corrosion method. 

MSc Student

Ahmet İhsan TURAN

Current MSc study investigated the prediction of pure torsional moment capacity of corroded RC beams. 

MSc Student

Enis DOĞRU

MSc Student

Rameen Kohistani Hasamudeen 

Current MSc study was supported by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of TURKEY (TÜBİTAK-3501). Total budget of the supported project was 65,000.0 USA dolars. The aim of the current MSc study was to predict the mechanical properties of corroded reinforcement bars that were corroded as using different spatial conditions as natural, using accelerated corrosion method where reinforcement bars embedment in RC columns and not for embedment reinforcement bars. Developed models provide for the prediction of mechanical properties of corroded steel bars at different condition of corrosion method is applied. 

MSc students Hasamudeen, Karami and Fırat have involved in one of Dr. Yalciner's academic project and they have completed their MSc thesis within the budget of Dr. Yalciner's project.  

MSc Student

Aqludin Karami

Current MSc study was supported by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of TURKEY (TÜBİTAK-3501). Total budget of the supported project was 65,000.0 USA dolars. The aim of the current MSc study was to predict the seismic performance levels of full-scaled RC columns based on initial corrosion crack widths. Developed models provide rapid screening of corroded RC columns without destructive tests. 

MSc Student

Mermit Fırat

Current MSc study was supported by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of TURKEY (TÜBİTAK-3501). Total budget of the supported project was 65,000.0 USA dolars. The aim of the current MSc study was to predict bond-slip relationships of corroded RC columns. Developed models provide to predict the bond strength of RC columns as a function of corrosion levels. 


Under graduate Student

Umytjan Yangibayev


Under graduate student Mr. Umytjan Yangibayev has been studying on one of  Dr. Yalciner's academic projects as a researcher. He is getting ready to apply  MSC program after gaining required experiences on corrosion and experimental test set up. Umytjan Yangibayev has been studying on plastic hinge length modeling of corroded RC members.