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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Instructor, PhD.
Department Geophysics
Institution
Address
Bogazici University, Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute, Department of Geophysics, Cengelkoy
─░stanbul
34684
Nationality Turkey
Tel +905443966247
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD.
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Marine and Coastal Engineering , Marine and Coastal Engineering
Research Activities Operations of Tsunami Early Warning Systems, NEAMTWS activities, Tsunami Numerical Modeling with very fine bathymetry and Topography, Determination of tsunami damage level in terms of tsunami hydrodynamics in inundation zone
Research Region 2, 3, 5
Skills/Expertise Investigation of tsunami hydrodynamic parameters in inundation zone, Investigation of dispersion effect in shallower zone during tsunami inundation, Research and numerical modeling of tsunami generation, propagation, coastal amplification and inundation, Determination of tsunami damage in inundation zone, Tsunami risk assessment and mitigation strategies
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mrs. Ceren OZER SOZDINLER)

Ozer, C., Yalciner, A. C., Sensitivity Study of Hydrodynamic Parameters During Numerical Simulations of Tsunami Inundation, J. of Pure Appl. Geophys., 2011, Springer Basel AG, DOI 10.1007/s00024-011-0290-6
Yalciner, A. C., Ozer, C., Karakus, H., Zaytsev, A., Guler, I., Evaluation Of Coastal Risk At Selected Sites Against Eastern Mediterranean Tsunamis, Proceedings of 32nd International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE 2010), Shanghai, China, June 30 ? July 5, 2010

Group(s): IOC , Tsunami , ICG/NEAMTWS , NEAMTWS Task Team , ICG/NEAMTWS Steering Committee
Created: 2013-10-07 Last Updated: 2015-05-21 by Ceren OZER SOZDINLER