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Blue Origin said it carried out a successful test flight of a new version of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle Dec. 12. SpaceNews.com
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The new decadal survey for Earth science research will likely be unveiled in early January, slightly later than previously planned. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 20:17:22 +0000
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Dec. 5 okayed the first part of a satellite-servicing mission Orbital ATK’s Space Logistic subsidiary has with Intelsat, saying the servicing vehicle can execute “rendezvous, proximity operations, and docking with the Intelsat-901” satellite while in a graveyard orbit. SpaceNews.com
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Tucked into the details of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that President Trump signed into law Dec. 12 is a long overdue recognition of the first American astronauts who were lost in service to their country while practicing for a mission. SpaceNews.com
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Rocket Lab scrubbed a launch of its Electron small launch vehicle Dec. 11 after an abort just two seconds before liftoff. SpaceNews.com
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President Trump’s new space policy directive calling for American astronauts to return to the moon is welcome and encouraging news. SpaceNews.com
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On the eve of the first launch of a reused Dragon capsule on a Falcon 9 with a reused first stage, both NASA and SpaceX said they were comfortable with the level of risk involved with the mission. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 22:16:34 +0000
President Donald Trump signed an order Dec. 11 formally directing NASA to send humans back to the moon, but provided no information on schedules or budgets for such an initiative. SpaceNews.com
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President Donald Trump is scheduled to sign his administration’s first space policy directive in a White House ceremony Dec. 11, one that may formally direct NASA to send humans back to the moon. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:03:54 +0000
China Great Wall Industry Corp. launched Algeria’s first telecommunications satellite, Alcomsat-1, aboard a Long March 3B rocket at 11:40 a.m. Eastern to geostationary transfer orbit, the Algerian press agency APS said today. SpaceNews.com
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An airspace closure notice published by the Federal Aviation Administration Dec. 9 suggests Blue Origin is preparing to resume test flights of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle after a hiatus of more than a year. SpaceNews.com
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More than a year after suffering significant damage in a Falcon 9 explosion, a Florida launch pad is ready to return to service, incorporating improvements that will allow a higher flight rate. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:23-05-2017
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     Current job:Scientific project expert
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSpace radiation environment predictions, Single Evet Effects, Total Ionising Dose calculations, Radiation Effects, Satellite radiation environment, Beam line design, SPENVIS, G4beamline program, GEANT4, Radiation tests, Accelerator Physics, Beam Optics,
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    Education

    Ph.D. Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics, 2017- …

    M.Sc.  Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics, 2015- 2017

                GPA: 3.50 (out of 4.00)

    B.Sc.   Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics, 2011- 2015

    Major program: Physics GPA: 3.43 (out of 4.00)

    Minor program: Aerospace Engineering GPA: 2.96 (out of 4.00)

    Research

    • METU-DBL (Defocusing Beam Line) Project supported by the Ministry of Development Project will enable performing space radiation SEU (Single Event Upset) tests in Turkey. These tests can be conducted at the 30 MeV proton cyclotron at the Turkish Atomic Energy Agency (TAEK) Sarayköy Nuclear Research and Training Center (SANAEM) Proton Accelerator Facility (PAF) after completion the defocusing beam line. The project started in August 2015 and is funded with 7.000.000 TL. This project has a collaboration with CERN. Under this project, I worked on

                - Simulation of the defocusing beamline with G4beamline program

                - Secondary particles and dose calculation with FLUKA

    - Simulation of solar cells with GEANT4 using the space environment provided by SPENVIS 

    During these studies, I have at CERN for a total 4 months over 6 visits.

    • Total Ionizing Dose (TID) test of Bandgap Voltage Reference (BGVR) integrated circuit produced by MKR-IC with Co-60 source, TAEA SANAEM Gamma Irradiation Facility, 1 March 2016

    •Summer School Project, Mechanical Engineering Department, Koc University, 17 June- 29 August 2013

    -Measuring the smoothness of data for Turkey's first heart pump

    Publications

    • A. Gencer, B. Demirköz, I. Efthymiopoulos, M. Yiğitoğlu, "Defocusing beam line design for an irradiation facility at the TAEA SANAEM Proton Accelerator Facility”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, Volume 824, Pages 202-203. 11 July  2016.

    Proceedings

    • M. B. Demirköz, A. Gencer, M. Yiğitoğlu, “A radiation hardness test facility to perform SEE tests in Turkey”, NATO Proceedings of SCI-283, Loughborough, United Kingdom, 17-18 Mayıs 2016

    • A. Gencer, M. B. Demirköz, I. Efthymiopoulos, M. Yiğitoğlu, “Defocusing Beam Line Design for an Irradiation Facility”, Ankara National Physics Workshop, 12- 14 February 2015, Ankara, Turkey.

    Talks

    •SolarTr2016, “Simulating Cosmic Particle Radiation Absorption and Secondary Particle Production of Solar Cell Layers of a Low Earth Orbit Satellite with GEANT4”, December 6-8 2016, Istanbul, Turkey

    Schools

    • Measurement and Control of Charged Particle Beams, USPAS, June 12-23, 2017, Lisle, Illinois, USA

    •Introduction to Dose Calculation and Shielding with FASTRAD and Characterization of Radiation Effects on Electronic, 20-23 June 2016, Toulouse, France

    • Fundamentals of Accelerator Physics and Technology with Simulations and Measurement    Lab, USPAS, January 25 - February 5, 2016, Austin, Texas, USA

    • 17th Fluka Course, 9-13 November 2015, Munich, Germany

    • 10th Internationally Participated Summer School on Particle Accelerators and Detectors, 14-19 July 2014, Bodrum, Turkey

    • Feza Gürsey Summer School, Cosmology and Astro-particle, 01-12 September 2014, Istanbul, Turkey

    • Feza Gürsey Summer School, Physics for Astronomers, 02-06 September 2013, Istanbul, Turkey

    Poster Presentations

    • Dilek Kızılören, Ayşenur Gencer, M. Bilge Demirköz, Merve Yiğitoğlu, “Design of an Irradiation Test Facility for Space Applications”, 31. Turkish Physical Society International Physics Conference, Poster presentation, 21-24 July 2014, Bodrum, Turkey.

    •Ayşenur Gencer, M. Bilge Demirköz, Ilias Efthymiopoulos, Merve Yiğitoğlu, “Defocusing Beam Line Design for an Irradiation Facility”, Ankara National Physics Workshop, Poster presentation, 12-14 February 2015, Ankara, Turkey.

    • Ayşenur Gencer, M. Bilge Demirköz, Ilias Efthymiopoulos, Merve Yiğitoğlu, "Defocusing beam line design for an irradiation facility at the TAEA SANAEM Proton Accelerator Facility”, Frontier Detectors for Frontier Physics 13th Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors, 24-30 May 2015, La Biodola, Isola d'Elba, Italy

    • Akanay Avaroğlu, Merve Yiğitoğlu, “Parçacık Testleri Oluşturma Laboratuarı Oluşturma Projesi”, International Vacuum Workshop, Poster presentation, 28-30 March 2016, Afyon, Turkey

    • A.Avaroğlu, M.Yiğitoğlu, S. Akçelik, M.S. Aydın, A.Başaran, B.Bodur, M.B.Demirköz, A.Gencer, U. Kılıç, G.Kılıçerken Başlar, Ç. Konak, E.Özipek, İ.Şahin, R.Uzel, S. Uzun Duran, D.Veske, “Defocusing Beamline and Irradiation Facility for Space Application”, 13-14 October 2016, Kayseri, Turkey

    Skills

    •Programming Languages: C/C++, ROOT

    •Operating Systems: Windows, Linux

    •Software: Microsoft Office, MATLAB, FLUKA, G4beamline, SPENVIS, LaTeX

    •CAD/CAM: NX (Unigraphics), KeyCreator (Engineering Drawing Software)

    •English (good), German (elementary), Chinese (beginner)

    Outreach

    • Merve Yiğitoğlu, “Benefits from the Relativity Hadron Therapy”, TÜBİTAK Science and Technical Journal, 01 January 2015.

    Teaching

    • Academic Student Assistant, Physics Department, Middle East Technical University

    - Optics and Waves, 1st Semester, 2012- 2013

    - Modern Physics, 2nd Semester, 2012- 2013

    - Mathematical Methods in Physics I, 1st semester, 2013- 2014  

    Activities / Memberships

    • METU Dance Sport Club, Latin American Dances (2014- 2015)

    • Mustafa Ayaz Museum –Painting courses (2008-2014)

    • Çankaya Public Education Folk Dances Group (2010-2013)

    References

    •Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Bilge Demirköz, METU, Physics Department, demirkoz(at)cern.ch

    •Prof. Dr. Bayram Tekin, METU, Physics Department, btekin(at)metuedu.tr

    •Dr. Ilias Efthymiopoulos, CERN, Beams Department, Ilias.Efthymiopoulos(at)cern.ch

    •Dr. Süleyman Egemen İmre, TÜBİTAK UZAY, egemen.imre(at)tubitak.gov.tr


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