Modeling Lab Students Triumph with Innovative Final Year Projects

Modeling Lab Students Triumph with Innovative Final Year Projects

It is with tremendous pride and satisfaction that we announce the successful presentation of the final year projects of our Modeling Lab students under the guidance of their esteemed supervisor, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Uğur Özveren. On June 8, 2023, from 1:30 to 4:30 pm, our students showcased their innovative research, blending complex engineering principles with creative scientific thinking.

Perizat Bagytbek Kyzy, with her project titled, “Kinetic and Thermodynamic Analysis of the Removal of Petroleum Wastes with Peanut Shell”, demonstrated a unique and eco-friendly solution to address pressing environmental issues. Mehmet Ölmez followed with his ingenious research on “Development and Examination of ZIF-8 and Polylactic Acid Additive Film Containing Okra Powder for Food Packaging Applications”, offering a novel approach towards sustainable food packaging.

Not to be outdone, Berkay Sünmez shared his in-depth research on “Investigation and Deep Learning Examination of the Use of a Metal Organic Framework and Hydrogel Composite Material in the Removal of Heavy Metals from Waste Water”, illustrating the powerful blend of material science and AI in solving real-world problems. Last, but by no means least, Vecihe İrem Yiğit, through her project, “Analysis and Prediction of Swelling Behavior of Guar Gum-Based Hydrogel Systems for Cancer Drugs Using Random Forest Algorithm”, demonstrated the potential of AI in optimizing healthcare solutions.

Each of these projects not only displayed the exceptional talent and dedication of our students but also underlined the diverse range of research areas being explored in our lab. We are thrilled to have guided these brilliant young minds and am eager to see where their professional journeys will lead them. Heartiest congratulations to all! Here’s to a future filled with innovation, perseverance, and groundbreaking scientific achievements.

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