ASSOC.PROF.DR. DENÝZ YILMAZ    
Name : DENÝZ
Surname : YILMAZ
E-Mail : dyilmaz@eng.ankara.edu.tr
Phone Number : (312)2033308
Title : ASSOC.PROF.DR.
Unit : FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Department : Department of Engineering Physics
Personal Information

I. Education, Degrees:

PhD (1999 – 2005): Department of Engineering Physics, Ankara University

                                     PhD Thesis: “Massive Neutrino Physics”

MS (1996 – 1999) :  Department of Engineering Physics, Ankara University

                                     MS Thesis: “Higgs Sector in the Standard Model and Higgs Decays”

BS (1991- 1995):      Department of Engineering Physics, Ankara University


II. Scientific employment and academic responsibility:

2010 - Continuing : Assistant Professor, Dept. of Eng. Physics, Ankara University

1997 – 2010: Research Assistant, Dept. of Eng. Physics, Ankara University

03/2002-12/2002 : Visiting Scholar, Physics Dept., University of Wisconsin-Madison USA (under  Prof. Dr. Baha BALANTEKIN’s supervision)

10/2007-10/2008   :Visiting Scholar, (Postdoc.), Physics Dept., University of Wisconsin-Madison USA

10/2010-10/2011   :Visiting Scholar, (Postdoc.), Physics Dept., University of Wisconsin-Madison USA


III. Research speciality and interests:

High Energy Physics – Neutrino Physics


IV. Publications

1. Global analysis of the data from solar neutrinos having transition magnetic moment together with KamLAND data, Yilmaz D Yilmazer A U, 2005, Journal of Physics G 31; 57.

2. Global analysis of solar neutrinos (assumed to be Majorana particles) together with the new KamLAND data, Yilmaz D Yilmazer A U, 2005, Journal of Physics G 31; 1123.

3. Balantekin A. B., Yilmaz D., 2008, J Phys. G 35; 075007. “Contrasting solar and reactor neutrinos with a non-zero value of θ13”

4. Yilmaz D. ,2009, Turkish Journal of Physics 33; 1-6.

Posters:

3. Poster presented, 2nd Symposium on Neutrinos and Dark Matter in Nuclear Physics, Paris, 3-9 September 2006: “Neutrino Magnetic Moment? Does it have any role in the global analysis of solar neutrino data?”

4. Poster presented, 61st Scottish Universities Summer School in Physics: Neutrinos in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology. St. Andrews, 8-23 August 2006: “Neutrino Magnetic Moment? Does it have any role in the global analysis of solar neutrino data?”

5. Contributed talk, International Workshop on Physics Beyond the Standard Model, 22 – 26 September 2005, Mugla – TURKEY, “Neutrino magnetic moment and global analysis of the solar neutrino data in RSFP framework”

6. Poster presented, 7th School on Non-Accelerator Astroparticle Physics, ICTP-Trieste July-2004: “Global analysis of the data from solar neutrinos having transition magnetic moment”, ICTP Proceedings, World Scientific.


V. Seminars, summer schools, conferences or research

1. International Summer School on HEP; SM and Beyond Mugla-TURKEY 2006

2. Turkish Physical Society 22nd Physics Conference Bodrum-TURKEY 2004

3. 7th School on Non-Accelerator Astroparticle Physics ICTP - Trieste 2004

4. High Energy Physics Workshop Bolu-TURKEY 2004

5. Neutrino News from the Lab. and the Cosmos FERMILAB-ABD 2002

6. Workshop on Linac-Ring type e-p and gamma-p Colliders Ankara-TURKEY 1997


VI. Fellowships and Grants

2000-2003    Scholarship of TUBITAK ( The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey )
2007-2008    Postdoc fellowship TUBITAK
2010-2011    Postdoc fellowship YOK (Council of Higher Education,Turkey)