Baris Demirbay

KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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Area of Expertise: UV/Visible absorption spectroscopy , Polymer nanocomposite films, Artificial neural networks, Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, Transient state (TRAST) imaging
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I am a Ph.D. scholar with academic expertise in cross-disciplinary research fields involving biomolecular physics, polymer science, and soft computing. I have been in scientific research environment more than 4 years and I am particularly specialized in experimental characterization techniques including polymer rheology, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), UV-Visible absorption and steady-state fluorescence spectroscopy to investigate viscosity and flow properties of UV-radiated biopolymer solutions containing fluorescent molecules and to monitor film formation, morphological, electrical and optical percolation behaviors of polymer nanocomposites in a wide spectrum. As distinct from my technical qualifications, I have been working on soft computing methodologies to acquire a complementary knowledge in artificial neural networks for forecasting purposes of experiment-oriented engineering problems. After I had worked as a teaching assistant at Sabanci University, I joined experimental biomolecular physics group as a Ph.D. scholar at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in March 2018. The unifying theme of my current research here at KTH concerns the biological applications of fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) and transient state (TRAST) imaging techniques.

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