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Laser induced periodic surface structuring for surface enhanced raman spectroscopy
Özkarslıgil, Zeynep Tuğçe; Bek, Alpan; Department of Physics (2020)
AB initio investigation of the nanotribological properties of MoS2/Au(111) interface
Doğan Dağlum, Ümi; Toffoli, Hande; Department of Physics (2020)
Microscopic system is not obey classic friction concept due to atomic interaction and quantum effect in nano scale such as van der Waals forces etc. Therefore, each system display different friction behavior so they should...
The relationships between time management skills and activity participation among metu members
Şahin, Can Yalçın; Koçak, Mehmet Settar; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2020)
Time management skills of participants were investigated within their demographic differences and participation levels.
Characterization and contact resistivity studies of ito thin films for use in silicon heterojunction solar cells
Güler, Seçil; Erçelebi, A. Çiğdem.; Department of Physics (2020)
Transparent conductive oxides (TCO) are widely used in optoelectronic devices such as flat panel displays and solar cells. Indium tin oxide, due to its wide optical bandgap and high transmittance in the visible spectrum, i...
Fabrication of interdigitated back-contact (IBC) solar cells with screen-printed boron doped emitters
Aliefendioğlu, Ateşca; Turan, Raşit; Department of Physics (2020)
Interdigitated back-contact (IBC) solar cells with their unique structure, having both n and p doped regions as well all as contacts at the rear side, have the potential to achieve high-efficiency values. The record effici...
Effects of stimulus speed, exercise intensity, and experience level on coincidence anticipation timing in badminton players
Golshaei, Bahman; Kirazcı, Sadettin; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2020)
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of stimulus speed, exercise intensity, and experience level (experienced, novice, & sedentary) on coincidence- anticipation timing performance of adolescent badminton pl...
Structural, optical and electrical characterization of CDSEXTE1-X thin films
Demir, Merve; Parlak, Mehmet; Department of Physics (2020)
Theoretical investigation of the nanotribological properties of the hexagonal boron nitride and gold interfaces
Özcan, Gize; Toffoli, Hande; Department of Physics (2020)
Frictional properties of two-dimensional structures on the nanoscale have gained importance, especially in the last decades, and a considerable amount of research is carried on to understand the interaction between their i...
Serious leisure, motivation, experience value and behavioral intentions in charity sport event context
Yazıcı, Tub; Koçak, M. Settar,; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2020)
Charity sport events are valuable in terms of both actively enjoying leisure time, obtaining amazing experiences, and fundraising for a nonprofit organization, thus serving a meaningful purpose. Charity sporting events nee...
Olympics and political impact : Case of Sochi 2014.
Uçar, Eylül Çise; Koçak, Mehmet Settar; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2020)
This study contributes to the discussions of the relationship between politics and the Olympic Games by focusing on the timeline of the Olympic Games and Sochi 2014 Olympic Games. The study presents a conceptual confusion ...
Description and verification of a model to calculate the efficiency of a bifacial pv module using theoretical and experimental observations
Durusoy, Beyz; Akınoğlu, Bülent Gültekin; Department of Physics (2020)
Bifacial solar modules can use the solar irradiation reaching directly to its back surface as their cells are constructed to have photovoltaic response for both faces. They have been investigating since 1960s and hold a pr...
Using artificial neural network (ANN) techniques for solar irradiation predictions
Akbaba, Erol Can; Akınoğlu, Bülent Gültekin; Department of Physics (2019)
Estimation of solar energy is a task with many benefits to a diverse group of people. This purpose is pursued with many different methodologies. Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are the novel methods of choice in the last...
Exploring extra dimensions through rare processes
Şimşek, Kağan; Turan, İsmail; Department of Physics (2019)
We study the single top quark production and decay mechanisms at one-loop level occurring via flavor-changing neutral currents in the Minimal Universal Extra Dimensions (MUED) model. We make a complete study of the model i...
The Spectral and temporal properties of MAXI J1409-619
Dönmez, Çağatay Kerem; Baykal, Altan; Department of Physics (2019)
In this thesis, spectral and timing analysis of the transient high-mass X-ray binary (HMXB) pulsar MAXI J1409-619 are presented. MAXI J1409-619 was discovered in October 2010, and went into an outburst in early December 20...
Bachian gravity in three dimensions
Tek, Mustafa; Tekin, Bayram; Department of Physics (2019)
Modified theories in 3-dimensions such as the topologically massive gravity (TMG), new massive gravity (NMG) or Born-Infeld extension of NMG arise from the vari-ations of diffeomorphism invariant actions; hence the result...
Pulse timing studies of X-ray binaries: GX1+4,SWIFT J0513.4-6547, X Persei and SXP 1062
Serim, Muhammed Miraç; Baykal, Altan; İnam, Sıtkı Çağdaş; Department of Physics (2019)
This thesis focuses on X-ray timing properties of four different X-ray binary systems, based on archival data of the X-ray missions RXTE, Swift, XMM-Newton, Chandra and Integral. One of the selected sources is a LMXB syste...
Simulations on glow discharge: development and validation of one-dimensional kinetic model by particle in cell/monte carlo collision method
Tiryaki, Özgecan; Çakır, Serhat; Department of Physics (2019)
Numerical codes for glow discharge plasma simulations were developed by using Particle in Cell/Monte Carlo Collision (PIC/MCC) method. The model is one-dimensional in coordinate space and three-dimensional in velocity spac...
Effect of cognitive task difficulty on postural control
Gürsoy, Zeren Görkem; Kirazcı, Sadettin; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2019)
Human posture control is accompanied usually in daily life with other tasks, such as cognitive tasks. This thesis is on the effects of cognitive task difficulty on postural control, the postural control mechanisms, attenti...
Tight binding investigation of graphene nanostructures under magnetic field
Yalçın, Fırat; Toffoli, Hande; Department of Physics (2019)
Electrons moving under the effects of a two dimensional periodic potential and a magnetic field perpendicular to this two dimensional plane has been the focus of many different studies for a long time. The interplay betwee...
CZTSSe thin film : growth, characterization and solar cell applications
Terlemezoğlu, Makbule; Parlak, Mehmet; Department of Physics (2019)
Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 (CZTSSe) compound is one of the most promising absorber materials for thin film solar cell technology due to the abundance and non-toxicity of its constituents. Besides, CZTSSe has an ideal direct band gap v...
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