Welcome Prof. Emin BAYRAKTAR, Supmeca-PARIS, France to be the TPC!


Prof. Emin BAYRAKTAR, Supmeca-PARIS, France

Research Areas 

Topic-1: Manufacturing Techniques of new materials (basically composites - hybrid) 

Topic-2: Static &Dynamic behaviour and optimisation of materials (Experimental & FEM – Utilisation and design of composites based metallic & non-metallic, powder metallurgy, energetic materials aeronautical applications 

Topic-3: Processing of new composites, Sintering techniques, Sinter –Forging, thixoforming, etc.  

Professional Development Activities: 

Vice president, steering committee of AMPT (Advanced Materials Processing technologies,) and regional editor of JAMPT 

Volume editor for Volume 6: Welding & Bonding Technologies (Major reference Work (MRW) within Materials Processing (Prof. S. Hashmi, general editor of MRW-Elsevier 

Volume Editor: Composites, Volume 11: (Elsevier Science)-England, Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering.

Volume Editor for Volume 11: Nano technology in production and application of renewable and sustainable materials, (Elsevier Science)England, Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering.

European-Regional Editor for AMPT Journal (Advanced Materials and Processing technologies), Taylor & Francis, USA. 

Editorial Board for journal of METALS – MDPI Guest Editor for Two volumes, Metals & Coating

Editorial Board for journal of Inventions and innovation in Advanced Manufacturing –MDPI 

Publications and Advised PhD & MSc thesis: 

More than 200 publications in the international journals and international conferences

 H-index: 21 (Source: SCOPUS & ECI & SCI-2019) Citation number: 1350 (Source: SCOPUS & ECI & SCI-2019) with more than 200 publications & 90 research reports

Visiting Professor: 

- Nanyang Technology University, Singapore by Ming Jen TAN, 2012 

- Xi’an Northwestern Technical University, Aeronautical Engineering, by Xue Hongquian, 2016 

- University of Campinas, UNICAMP-Brazil with my convention from 2013 –up to end of 2023 for the aeronautic application projects and teaching in composites and their manufacturing techniques (5 months /year)