14 Jul 2021
Results of Scientific Evaluation of Projects Proposed to “Earthquake Research” Call of ARDEB – 1001 were Announced
7 projects from Istanbul Technical University evaluated within the framework of the “Earthquake Research Call” of TUBİTAK 1001 – Scientific and Technological Research Projects Funding Program are granted support.
News: İTÜ Media and Communication Office
Scientific evaluation process of projects proposed to the “Earthquake Research Call” of TÜBİTAK 1001 – Scientific and Technological Research Projects Funding Program (ARDEB) was completed and announced to the public.
240 of the 281 projects submitted within the framework of the “Earthquake Research Special Call” were subjected to scientific evaluation by TÜBİTAK and as a result of the evaluation it was decided to support 47 of the projects. 7 projects conducted by ITU faculty members are granted support under the program.
In the project evaluation panels attended by 402 panelists and 129 observer panelists from 127 universities, projects granted support by TÜBİTAK whose principal investigators are our faculty members are listed as follows:
|Principal Investigator||Faculty||Department||Research Group||Project No||Project Title|
|Prof. Dr. Alper İLKİ||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||MAG||121M780||A New Performance Goal in Earthquake-Resistant Building Design: “Repairable Damage” and Innovative Repair Methods for Buildings Constructed in Conformance with Regulations|
|Prof. Dr. Burak Berk ÜSTÜNDAĞ||Computer and Informatics||Computer Engineering||EEEAG||121E288||Development of a Seismic Risk Monitoring Method with Terrestrial Stress-Deformation Measurements and Data Fusion Based on Deep Learning|
|Prof. Dr. Cenap Şahabbettin ÖZBEN||Science and Letters||Physics Engineering||MFAG||121F215||Monitoring and Evaluation of Radon Concentration on Fault Zones in Marmara Region with IoT Equipped Domestic Radon Detectors and Investigation of Its Usability in Predicting Earthquakes with Current Methods|
|Asst. Prof. Esra Ece BAYAT||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||MAG||121M757||Determination of Building Design Criteria on Soils with Liquefaction Potential Considering the Effect of Foundation Type and Structure-Soil Interaction|
|Asst. Prof. Gülsen UÇARKUŞ||Mines||Geological Engineering||ÇAYDAG||121Y287||Specification of Underwater Sediments Triggered by Earthquake in Gölbaşı Basin Lakes and Determination of Earthquake Activity of Eastern Anatolian Fault Zone, Pazarcık Fault Segment by Multiple Parameter Methods|
|Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Barış Can ÜLKER||Earthquake Engineering and Disaster Management Institute||Earthquake Engineering||MAG||121M736||Development of a New Generation Intelligent Structure Model that Models the Dynamic Behaviors of Liquefiable Soils Under the Impact of Earthquakes|
|Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ufuk YAZGAN||Earthquake Engineering and Disaster Management Institute||Earthquake Engineering||MAG||121M706||A Holistic Approach Using Satellite and On-Board Sensor Data Covering Earthquake and Climatic Effects in Risk Management of Building Stocks|