Adnan Parlak

Yildiz Technical University, Turkey

Education B.S. 1988. Marine Engineering,Istanbul Technical University,Istanbul, Turkey M.S. 1996. Mechanical Engineering,Sakarya University ,TURKEY Ph.D.1988. Mechanical Education,Sakarya University ,TURKEY Experience Chairman,Yildiz Technical University, Department of Marine Engineering, 2011- Vice Dean, Yildiz Technical University, Naval Architect and Maritime Faculty, 2010-2011 Vice chairman of Combustion Institute of Turkey Section,2008-2010 Professor, Yildiz Technical University, Naval Architect and Maritime Faculty, 2010- Advisor to the President, Bogazi├ži University, 2001-2004 Chairman of 10th International Combustion Symposium,2008 World Energy Council Turkish National Committee working group member of oil and natural gas Member of Ship Engineers Chamber Member of Energy,Environment and Combustion association Involved research prejects -Involved in 17 national project as a coordinator (10 projects) and resercher (7 researcher) -involved in as an expert in a Pilot Project Development for Modernisation of Vocational Education and Training in Turkey Project(MVET), Proje No: DG1A-D/MEDTQ/15-96 , 2004, Ankara,TURKEY. -Involved in as an expert in a Pilot Project Development for Modernisation of Vocational Education and Training in Turkey Project(MVET), Proje No: DG1A-D/MEDTQ/15-96 , 2004, Ankara,TURKEY. -Involved in as an expert on Advanced Student Centered Learning for Modernisation of Vocational Education and Training in Turkey Project(MVET), 17-21 April 2006, Ankara Rewards - 7 Letters of appreciation for contribution to scientific study in Sakarya University in 2001-2010 terms - Best Scientist award in in Sakarya University in 2009-2010 terms - Letter of appreciation for contribution to 10.International Transportation Forum by the Ministry of Transport - Letter of appreciation for contribution to scientific study in Yildiz Technical University in 2010-2011 terms

Biography Updated on 17 September 2014

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