CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
Ali Ulvi Galip Şenocak (PhD)
Deniz Ruhi Yalçın (PhD)
Aysu Arık (MS)
Çağatay Çakan (MS)
Cem Çatal (MS)
Eren Düzenli (PhD 2022). Evaluation of the WRF & WRF-Hydro modeling system to better understand the hydrometeorological interactions over humid and semi-arid climate conditions. Ankara, ODTU.
Burak Bulut (Phd 2021). Estimation of wheat yields by using remotely sensed and modeled agro-meteorological data-driven statistical and crop growth models. Ankara, ODTU.
Muhammad Amjad (PhD 2020). Evaluating and merging model- and satellite-based precipitation products over varying climate and topography. Ankara, ODTU.
Mehdi Hesami Afshar (PhD 2019). Investigation of added utility of nonlinear techniques in rescaling soil moisture datasets. Ankara, ODTU.
Sena Yilmaz (MS 2023). Assessing The Performance of a Novel HBV Model: A Comparative Analysis with Existing HBV-Light Model and Climate Projections. Ankara, ODTU.
Beril Aydın (MS 2023). Accuracy analyses of numeric weather prediction-based stratiform and convective precipitation shortterm forecasts over Turkey. Ankara, ODTU.
Numan Burak Barkış (MS 2022). Investigating The Effects Of Climate Change On The Surface Runoff Potential Over Kizilirmak Basin. Ankara, ODTU.
Elif Dönmez Altındal (MS 2022). Multispectral Multi-Temporal Crop Cover Classification Over Türkiye Using Random Forest Algorithm. Ankara, ODTU.
Nuri Erhan Ersoy (MS 2022). Impact of climate change over the variability of drought characteristics over 25 basins of Turkey. Ankara, ODTU.
Yousefi Kaveh Patakchi (MS 2020). Estimation of bias-corrected high-resolution radar precipitation maps using the radar and rain gauge network over Turkey. Ankara, ODTU.
Ipek Gul Karasu (MS 2019). Intercomparison of grace-based groundwater level change and in-situ measurements over Central Anatolia basins, Turkey Ankara, ODTU.
Ali Ulvi Galip Senocak (MS 2019). Detection of reservoir water levels using landsat remote sensing data over Ermenek and Altınkaya dams Ankara, ODTU.
Mehmet Ali Çolak (MS 2017). Predictability of monthly streamflow discharge using remote sensing precipitation data by data driven models. Ankara, ODTU.
Eren Düzenli (MS 2017). Decadal variability analysis of extreme precipitation in Turkey and its relationship with teleconnection patterns. Ankara, ODTU.
Burak Bulut (MS 2015). Evaluation of the consistency of station-based soil moisture measurements with hydrological model and remote sensing observations over Turkey. Ankara, ODTU.
Serkan Bayar (BS 2022). CMIP6 Earth system models project greater acceleration of climate zone change due to stronger warming rates.