Enerji Enstitüsü, Nükleer Araştırmalar
Security Strategies, Environmental Risk Assessment, Environmental Health and Safety, Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management, Water Pollution and Control, Soil and Groundwater Pollution and Control, Marine Protected Areas, Micro and Nano Communication, Optical Communication, Measurement and Control of Nonelectric Variables, Measurement and Control of Electric and Magnetic Variables, Smart Factors, Bioinstrumentation and Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS), Biomedical Optics, Printed Circuits, Thin Film, Thick Film and Hybrid ICs, Electronic Circuits, Nanotechnology, Optics and Photonics, Electromagnetic in Biology and Medicine, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Electromagnetic Band Spacing Structures, Electromagnetic Waves, Antennas and Propagation, Photonic Band Spacing Structures, Generating Stations and Plants, Renewable energy, Dielectric Materials and Devices, Magnetic Materials and Devices, Optical Materials and Devices, Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, Semiconducting Materials and Devices, Polymer Technology, Drilling Techniques and Control Methodologies, Production of Oil and Gas, Marine Oil and Gas Production, Semiconductor and Superconductor Materials, Optical Properties, Mechanical Properties, Physical Properties, Electrical and Magnetic Properties, Nondestructive Testing, Composites, Glass Technology and Glass Ceramics, Adhesion and Adhesives, Polymeric Materials, Biomaterials, Plating, Material Characterization, Nanomaterials, Thermal Properties, Biomaterial, Biosensor, Industrial Biotechnology, Nuclear Structure, Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Energy Studies, Experimental Methods of Particle and Nuclear Physics, Surfaces, Interfaces, Thin Films and Nanosystems, Electronic structure of bulk material, Electrical properties of electronic structures, interfaces, thin films and low-dimensional structures, Magnetic Properties and Materials, Electron and Ion Emission by Liquids and Solids, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Inorganic Polymers, nanoclusters, Organic Reaction Mechanisms
Names in Publications:
Doǧan, Nilgün, Doǧan Baydoǧan, Nilgün, Baydoǧan, Nilgün Doǧan, Baydoʇan N.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Professor Nilgun Baydogan's research focuses on the layers which ionizing radiation strikes on materials. Her working area encompasses the use of thin-film solar cells, flexible polymer nanocomposites, self-healing polymer nanocomposites, and living polymer in several industrial areas (for instance, aerospace applications, high altitude platforms to obtain high performance and radiation protection of optoelectronic equipment, and aircrew at the service area).
Her best-known works are the applications of nuclear techniques to several materials (such as polymer nanocomposites, semiconductors, thin-film solar cells, flexible materials, polymer and TCO thin films), optoelectronics and the applications of nondestructive methods (such as gamma-ray radiography, X-ray radiography and ultrasound testing) in several materials (such as polymer nanocomposites, stainless steels etc.).
The aim of using ionizing radiation in her research is to determine the suitable absorbed dose in materials to improve their performance in order for them to be utilised in satellites and aircraft, which requires a lot of attention to icephobic and hydrophobic coating, nanocomposites, nanocoatings with high corrosion resistance, and nanobiosensors for early diagnosis.
Nilgun's current research relates to self-healing materials, and she is undertaking this research with the cooperation of Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, local service providers (including national research centres), private companies, and other universities. Her previous research has focused on nanocomposites for European green vehicles, unmanned underwater vehicles, aerospace and nanobiosensors for early diagnosis.
Her research topics include radiation protection and health physics, radiation shielding, radiation dosimetry, radiation detection and measurements for high dose areas, radiological materials, and radiation damage in materials.